Monday, January 11, 2010

Boundary Changes and Seat Sizes

There's an interesting post on Conservative Home about the effect of constituency sizes and boundary changes on election results that is well worth a read. It starts by pointing out that in a national vote share of 40% Con, 30% Lab, 18% Lib Dem, 12% Other, then the Conservatives would have a commons majority of just 8, whilst if the Conservative and Labour results were reversed they would have a majority of 138.

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