Lib Dem election success in one graph

I believe this is known as targeting.

Vote to seat ratio at elections for Lib Dems

On the new Parliamentary boundaries, the Liberal Democrats would have won 8 MPs in 2019, so that means for each MP the party had in 2019 we now have … 9 (!).

Thank you to everyone who helped make that happen.

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3 responses to “Lib Dem election success in one graph”

  1. The Lib Dems were always determined to be represented proportionately (well, nearly!). Still, some lame comparisons on the news between Lib Dems and Reform vote share v seats but no mention of effective local councillors or even running the local councils, or hard working foot soldiers as a reason for that.

  2. Is there any way of estimating how many tactical votes we lost or gave away in the 412 seats won by Labour?

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