Do you think Labour have any real chance of winning the election?

The polls seem to have them written off. Do you think they're right this time? Some pundits are saying the high youth voter registration this year could play a big part that pollsters are missing out on? What do you think?

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  • Clive
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    1 month ago

    How are pollsters missing out on it?  They take care to go with a sample that reflects the population by age, sex and whatever else you can think of.

    Assuming they're right, the Tories are clearly ahead, and that's allowing for a margin of sampling error.  Historically, Labour have never had a good working majority in the Commons, except when Blair took them "Tory-lite" so they looked nice and cuddly.  And they've always relied on seats in Scotland, which have nearly all been grabbed from them by the SNP.  So no, I can't see them being the largest party.

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  • 1 month ago

    There's going to be a conservative landslide.  The problem Labour has is that they've once again allowed themselves to be infiltrated by communists.  You can read more about it in the two Wikipedia links.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    No chance to win, but a reasonable chance of stopping a Tory majority.

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