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Philip Cowley
Was time this got updated (and am grateful to who did most of the work). Football clubs, in England and Wales, by party and referendum vote. How many will change on Thursday?
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Philip Cowley Dec 10
Replying to @whyoutloud
I am now braced for the inevitable flood of people telling me (for example, that Grimsby or Brighton are wrong), despite the fact that these are based on the constituency of the ground, which may not be where you think it is. Ditto Peterborough and Scunthorpe.
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Philip Cowley Dec 10
Replying to @whyoutloud
Ditto Liverpool/Everton ("but Liverpool voted to Remain"), except that Liverpool Walton is estimated to have voted to Leave.
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Philip Cowley Dec 10
Replying to @whyoutloud
But if there are mistakes (which there may well be), do let us know...
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Philip Cowley Dec 10
Wrote about this before 2017 (with slightly different graphs), with .
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Colm Dec 11
I wonder what it would look like at ward level. 90% red?
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Toby Bentall Dec 11
Watford letting the side down :(
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Ethan Meade Dec 11
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Michael David Dec 11
Remember me arguing with you that palace was remain and you we’re having none of it. Also I told you Chelsea were tories
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Dan Walsh Dec 10
The correlation between league and likelihood of being on a Labour constituency is pretty clear
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Dan Walsh Dec 10
I feel Labour should have made more of this during the campaign, could have reversed the polls?
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