Saturday, August 29, 2009

Top 100 Conservative Blogs

Here are the first ten of the Top 100 Conservative Blogs in the Total Politics list.

1. Iain Dale
2. Conservative Home
3. Dizzy Thinks
4. Daniel Hannan MEP
5. Tory Bear
6. Archbishop Cranmer
7. John Redwood MP
8. Douglas Carswell MP
9.
Letters from a Tory
10. Burning our Money
11. Donal Blaney
12. Mr Eugenides
13. Shane Greer
14. Nadine Dorries MP
15. Tory Radio
16. Working Class Tory
17. Raedwald
18. A Very British Dude
19. TrueBlueBlood
20. Richard Willis
21. Paul Scully
22. Tim Roll-Pickering
23. Unenlightened Commentary
24. Daily Referendum
25. A Pint of Unionist Lite
26. Cardiff Blogger
27. Steve Tierney
28. Boris Johnson
29. Tory Rascal
30. Croydonian
31. David Jones MP
32. Mike Rouse
33. House of Dumb
34. The Wardman Wire
35. Roger Helmer MEP
36. Fugitive Ink
37. Glyn Davies
38. Young Conservative
39. James Cleverly AM
40. Scottish Tory Boy
41. Neil Reddin
42.Burke's Corner
43. Dylan Jones-Evans
44. Prodicus
45. Tory Politico
46. Blue Blog
47. Dave Luckett
48. Ewan Watt
49. Moscow Tory
50. Steve Barclay
51. Iain Lindley
52. John Ward
53. Man in a Shed
54. Oberon Houston
55. Tory Outcast
56. Angels in Marble
57. Tory Totty
58. Centre Right
59. James Burdett
60. Lightwater
61. Lone Voice
62. Thoughts from North Durham
63. Platform 10
64. Linguanaut
65. Ian Lewis & Leah Fraser
66. Posh Tory
67. Stonemason
68. City Hall (Roger Evans AM)
69. Denverstrope
70. Emma Warman
71. Terrible Tory Girl
72. Benjamin Gray
73. Andrew Allison
74. Tory Story
75. Conservative & Unionist NI
76. Jack of Kent
77. Tales from a Draughty Old Fen
78. Ted Foan
79. Thunder Dragon
80. UCL Conservatives
81. Rene Kinzett
82. Richard Spring MP
83. Tory Reform Group
84. Marcus Wood
85. Mikey's Tent of Reality
86. Spin Blog
87. David Gold 4 Eltham
88. Ellee Seymour
89. A Conservative's Blog
90. Cambridge Conservatives
91. Jeremy Hunt MP
92. Muffled Vociferation
93. Alan Collins
94. Chris Whiteside
95. Conservative Future
96. Rachel Joyce
97. Ed Vaizey
98. Tracey Crouch
99. Hunter & Shooter
100. Kevin Lynes

This list is the result of more than 1,500 people who voted in the Total Politics Annual Blog Poll during the second half of July.

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All these lists, together with articles from leading blog commentators, will be published in the TOTAL POLITICS GUIDE TO POLITICAL BLOGGING, which will be published in mid September at £12.99. You can preorder your copy HERE.

21 comments:

JimmyGiro said...

"Quantity has its own quality"

[J. Stalin]

Cardiff Blogger said...

Wahey! Top 30 is great! Very chuffed

VotR said...

Well done, Iain. very deserved.

Pam Nash said...

Congratulations Iain! I'm not surprised, though, this blog is a 'must read'. :o)

Well done to the others on the list, it makes fascinating reading.

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

I used to read Tory Totty but it's now by invitation only!

Wardog said...

Scottish Unionist will be desolate about missing out on this. The blue blood runs strong in his family.

Anonymous said...

Having read Nadines blog for the first time I now know why the labour party are scared s*****ss of her. That NHS post was worthy of being published in the dead tree press (not the DT as they are still employing heffer and do not deserve help).

Anonymous said...

Mr Dale congarts on your 1st place

If i may , As a avid reader of your blog ( as well as Mr Fawkes and Labourlist ) The tone and quality of post and debates are a pleasure to read .

Ps Never forget the floating voter

John Demetriou said...

I'm quite surprised Peter Hitchens's blog doesn't feature.

His place is a must read for conservatives, surely?

How odd...

Iain Dale said...

Peter Hitchens is not a Conservative, as he himself says. Therefore his blog does not feature. He is, however, in the right wing list which was published a few days ago.

The Grim Reaper said...

Iain Dale said "Peter Hitchens is... in the right wing list which was published a few days ago."

He is also a complete and utter... oh wait, I can't use that word here. Let's just say he'll consider it lavatorial language.

Anonymous said...

It can only be a matter of time before you publish a piece called: The Top 100 Lists Of Lists That Have Appeared On Iain Dale's Diary.

Stuart Winton said...

Wardog, Scottish Unionist was placed seventh in the non-aligned category, which is two places above his ranking in the Scottish section.

Timothy Belmont said...

I'd consider myself to be a Tory. I omitted to place myself on the conservative section.

TheReddestTory said...

Congratulations one and all. This list proves beyond all reasonable doubt that the conservative bloggersphere is as vibrant and varied as it is excellent. As a new conservative (sort of!) bloggeer, I hope to gatecrash this list next year!

On a related matter, its nice to see the King (Guido) and Queen (snigger) of blogging winning their respective categories. Still the best blogs in Britain lads.

Stephen said...

@ anaon
I have also just read the post on Nadine Dorries blog about the NHS. The days of the DTP will be over and done with by 2020. We need to keep Nadine on the internet. Her blogpost about the Lockerbie bomber was also exceptional. She is one of those rare birds, if she will forgive me, a clever woman with beauty, spirit and compassion who the Labour trolls and the media will relish in attempting to destroy.

Beware of Geeks bearing GIFs said...

Can we have the most unread blog list? I'd like to win something.

Remember, it's in line with the government's view of "all must win prizes". :)

John Demetriou said...

Iain:

"Peter Hitchens is not a Conservative, as he himself says. Therefore his blog does not feature. He is, however, in the right wing list which was published a few days ago."

Oh, I know full well he's not a tribal Tory supporter or any fan of the Conservative Party. But he is 'conservative'. His politics is conservative. I thought that was what was specified for the conservative blogs contest...whether a blogger and his blog is conservative, as opposed to a supporter of the Conservative and Unionist Party.

Sorry, I think it's a bit confusing. You can be, as I'm sure you know Iain, be a conservative without supporting the Tory Party.

jamesmanning said...

"Can we have the most unread blog list? I'd like to win something."

Haha, i'll challenge you for that one!

MelissaCW said...

Well done Iain - your assiduous hard work has paid off!

Melissa @ www.boris-johnson.com

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