on 2010-05-06 03:22 pm (UTC)
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You probably have information I don't, in that case - what are you thinking of? I've never been in the right, and from the outside it looks to me as if the left has dozens of groups adding up to an overall majority, which is usually defeated by the Tories because most people on the right either vote Tory, BNP or UKIP.

In London, I've seen quite a few constituencies with two or three candidates standing on the right (usually Tories, Christian and UKIP) and seven or more on the left (Labour, Lib Dems, Greens, Liberal, Communist, TUSC, left-leaning Independents). If the votes on left and right are about half and half, or if the votes on the left add up to over 50% but a Tory still gets the highest number, that surely that demonstrates the left vote is more divided than the right? My first-hand experience of constituencies outside London is limited though, so please do tell me if this pattern isn't national.
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