Friday, May 23, 2008

Your Crewe & Nantwich Predictions

Just got back from Birmingham. Anyway, here is how 750 of you predict the Crewe & Nantwich result

LibDem win 1.1%
Labour majority < 1000 4.4%
Labour majority of 1001-2000 1.3%
Labour majority of 2001-3000 0.1%
Labour majority of 3001-4000 0.1%
Labour majority of 4001-5000 0.4%
Conservative majority < 1000 8.8%
Conservative majority of 1001-2000 20.6%
Conservative majority of 2001-3000 21.9%
Conservative majority of 3001-4000 15.9%
Conservative majority of 4001-5000 8.4%
Conservative majority of > 50000 17.5%

Not long to go now.

15 comments:

Thatcher-right said...

Majority > 50000 - impressive on a 41,000 turnout!
I know - it's late.

Paul Pinfield said...

I think I might have underestimated the Tory majority...

Eric Pickles is calling it very big.

Goodbye Gordon...

kev sampson said...

tory majority of 50k? blimey.

anyway, here we go... candidates on stage.

Anonymous said...

Majority 7860.

Excellent news.

Nothos said...

I predicted 8000...close enough to win the prize? (Opportunistic or what :D)

dulwichtrader said...

Eric Pickles called it - he is now my hero-does he do after dinner speaking?

Bob said...

Nearly an 8000 majority, ho, ho, ho.

Anonymous said...

....And they won't dancing on the streets of Kirkcaldy tonight....

Ha! And a long bank holiday weekend to soak in lots f lovely speculation about Broon!

newsed1

Carwyn Fowler said...

I predicted 7400ish maj but looks like I've been pipped by nothos.

anonemo said...

I predicted Timpson by .....

7.850!

I think the prize may be mine.

haddock said...

pretty impressive forecasting anonemo ! but you now have some boring books and stuff to find room for.

Ordovicius said...

Vaughan Roderick got it right

anonemo said...

@haddock

Thanks it was quite easy really, I just studied all the available info, then made a wild guess.

Just waiting for official confirmation, SWMBO is ready to clear a space round the telly.

Iain Dale said...

Anonemo, congrats! Would you like to email with your postal details? iain@iaindale.com

anonemo said...

Cheers Iain, mail sent.