2 December 2012

Stop Labour: vote Conservative.

If you are a UKIP voter, you must read this.

What could Election 2015 look like with UKIP involved?

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Hello, my name is David Dimbleby. Four main parties, only one goal: to get to number 10 Downing Street. Can David Cameron win an outright majority? Can Ed Miliband get Labour back in power? Can Nick Clegg or Nigel Farage force a hung parliament? Welcome to Election 2015.

- A FEW MINUTES LATER -

And now, our exit poll. Based on talking to thousands of people as they came out of polling stations, this is what we are saying. I won't give it to you until 10 o'clock in case you still want to vote. [BONG] 10 o'clock - and we think that Labour will win an overall majority. Here are the figures:

Labour are on 371, the Conservatives on 299, the Liberal Democrats on 16, UKIP on just 10, and the others on 24.

STOP!!!!!!

Let's break this down. UKIP would have about 10% of the vote, which, according to today's YouGov poll, is taking away 6% of the Conservative vote (some mathematical calculations have had to be undertaken). Let us, then, add 6% on to the Conservatives and do this again.

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Hello, my name is David Dimbleby. Four main parties, only one goal: to get to number 10 Downing Street. Can David Cameron win an outright majority? Can Ed Miliband get Labour back in power? Can Nick Clegg or Nigel Farage force a hung parliament? Welcome to Election 2015.


- A FEW MINUTES LATER -

And now, our exit poll. Based on talking to thousands of people as they came out of polling stations, this is what we are saying. I won't give it to you until 10 o'clock in case you still want to vote. [BONG] 10 o'clock - and our view is that it's going to be a hung parliament; this election is too close to call. Here are the figures:

The Conservatives are the largest party, 19 short of an overall majority, on 307. Labour - just look at how close that is - on 306, the Liberal Democrats on 11, down 46 from last time. UKIP on just two. After all that hype about UKIP, they only end up with two! The others are on 24.

[Peter Snow]: If any would-be UKIP voter is reading this, then look at what you would do to the political map of Britain if you voted for UKIP. The UKIP effect is clearly shown on the right, as the Conservatives would lose their one Scottish seat (but would probably gain one). Look at the Midlands, however: Look what the UKIP effect does to the Conservatives - it lets Labour flood in. Perhaps the UKIP voters have shown where their allegiance stands - on the right wing, with the Conservatives.

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Are those UKIP voters still with me?

Stop Labour: vote Conservative.

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