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« Reply #225 on: May 15, 2012, 01:13:31 pm »
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Top 10 Wards for London Mayoral Candidates

Boris Johnson (Conservative)
Royal Hospital, Kensington & Chelsea: 82.8%   
Stanley Ward, Kensington & Chelsea: 80.6%
Knightsbridge and Belgravia Ward, Westminster: 80.4%
Courtfield, Kensington & Chelsea: 80%
Hans Town Ward, Kensington & Chelsea: 78.6%
Queen's Gate Ward, Kensington & Chelsea: 78.6%
Village Ward, Merton: 78.3%
Brompton Ward, Kensington & Chelsea: 77.2%
Abingdon Ward, Kensington & Chelsea: 76.9%
Campden Ward, Kensington & Chelsea: 76.9%

Ken Livingstone (Labour)
East Ham North, Newham: 84.1%
Green Street East, Newham: 83.4%
Southall Broadway, Ealing: 82.4%
Green Street West, Newham 81.9%
Southall Green, Ealing: 81.4%
Loxford, Redbridge: 80.5%
Little Ilford, Newham: 80.2%
Stonebridge, Brent: 79.1%
Northumberland Park, Haringey: 78.9%
East Ham Central, Newham: 78.8%

Jenny Jones (Green)
Highgate, Camden: 14.6%
Stoke Newington Central, Hackney: 14.5%
Brockley, Lewisham: 14.2%%
Kentish Town, Camden: 14%
Clissold, Hackney: 13.5%
Dalston, Hackney: 12.6%
Lordship, Hackney: 12.3%
St. George's, Islington: 12.1%
Cantelowes, Camden: 12.1%
Hackney Downs, Hackney: 11.8%

Brian Paddick (Lib Dem)
South Bermondsey, Southwark: 11.3%
Chaucer, Southwark: 10.7%
North Richmond, Richmond: 10.1%
Sutton Central, Sutton: 9.8%
Sutton South, Sutton: 9.7%
Cathedrals, Southwark: 9.5%
Grange Ward, Southwark: 9.4%
Wandle Valley, Sutton: 9.3%
Newington Ward, Southwark: 9.2%
Wallington North Ward, Sutton: 9.2%
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« Reply #226 on: May 15, 2012, 01:16:42 pm »
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Glad to see where I stayed in London (Queen's Gate) go so strongly for Boris! Hardly a surprise though.
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« Reply #227 on: May 15, 2012, 05:55:40 pm »
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First ward map of many. If you're wondering why it appears I'm using one of Sibboleth's colour schemes, that's because I am, because it's great.

My only observations so far are that Johnson appears to have strengthened in gentrified/gentrifying areas of inner London (e.g. Clapham, Islington, parts of the Docklands) since 2008, and that Livingstone has recovered a little bit in relatively working class areas in outer London (e.g. Eltham West, most wards in Barking and Dagenham) where he had done markedly badly last time.
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« Reply #228 on: May 15, 2012, 07:25:31 pm »

Great work: well done Cheesy

Yeah, the general patterns are much more normal than last time (though still off in some areas, of course), which is actually very interesting. You can tell it was the national picture (and the voters that brought out) that made it so close at the end.

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« Reply #229 on: May 15, 2012, 07:45:20 pm »
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Really great work!

Of course Al's colour schemes are fantastic! I have a "shading tones" file on my computer that I use for my maps, and normally change the red and blue ones I took from the Atlas, so that the pale colours are from Al's colour scheme instead, because I think they look better (I think two palest blue shades, and three palest red/pink ones).
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« Reply #230 on: May 16, 2012, 01:20:46 pm »
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Rotherhithe is that gentrified? The horror.
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« Reply #231 on: May 16, 2012, 02:55:45 pm »

Rotherhithe is that gentrified? The horror.

Surrey Docks ward is, yeah. Loads of posh flats where there had previously been water. Livingstone won Rotherhithe ward itself.

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« Reply #232 on: May 17, 2012, 05:00:17 pm »
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« Reply #233 on: May 17, 2012, 06:04:30 pm »

Great stuff. Some really interesting patterns in places; Feltham is immediately striking when compared to the Mayoral map, as is Finchley (and then on closer inspection the whole of Barnet, basically). Harold Hill et al as well.
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« Reply #234 on: May 18, 2012, 01:22:11 am »
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interesting that none of the smaller parties won a ward this time round

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