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« Reply #25 on: December 27, 2007, 08:25:44 pm »

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BNP vote in Burnley, 2007



Lib Dem vote in Burnley, 2007



BTW, the 2007 vote totals for all wards in Burnley as a whole was
LIBDEM 32.58%
LAB 29.95%
BNP 16.5%
CON 15.51%
EFP (BNP mini-me IIRC) 3%
Indies 2.13%
Greenies 0.33%
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« Reply #26 on: December 28, 2007, 02:22:45 pm »
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Sheffield election results in 2007; geographic divide fun! Done by winning party. This was only 1/3 of the council, which is narrowly divided thus:

Labour: 41
Lib Dem: 39
Green: 2
Conservative: 1
Independent: 1

Unless things go badly wrong for the Lib Dems, they will probably gain control in 2008; Labour lost overall control in 2007 (as the ward map should make obvious).



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« Reply #27 on: December 28, 2007, 05:47:56 pm »

Lancaster 2007



Lab 14 (-6)- 26%
Con 12 (+1)- 30%
Greens 12 (+5)- 18%
Morecambe Bay Independents 12 (+1)- 13%
Lib Dems 5 (-3)- 8%
Independents 5 (+1)- 4%
UKIP 0 (=)- 1%

Done by leading party, each box represents one seat.
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« Reply #28 on: December 28, 2007, 07:07:03 pm »
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And Sheffield Council's current composition. Note that two wards change from Lib Dem to Labour; this is because the Lib Dems won one seat in those wards in 2007 but the other two seats are held by Labour. (Extra boxes indicate parties with a single seat in split wards.)

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« Reply #29 on: December 29, 2007, 07:27:33 pm »
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Lancaster 2007



Lab 14 (-6)- 26%
Con 12 (+1)- 30%
Greens 12 (+5)- 18%
Morecambe Bay Independents 12 (+1)- 13%
Lib Dems 5 (-3)- 8%
Independents 5 (+1)- 4%
UKIP 0 (=)- 1%

Done by leading party, each box represents one seat.


Based on that then, what's the chance of this new Lancaster and Wyre seat going Conservative at the next election (i.e will those local Greens switch back to Lab at a general election?)
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« Reply #30 on: December 29, 2007, 07:28:53 pm »
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(i.e will those local Greens switch back to Lab at a general election?)

A lot will (a lot of ticket splitting goes on in Lancaster) and working class turnout will be higher.
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« Reply #31 on: January 01, 2008, 09:30:57 pm »
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Al, do you have a specific website with blank (modern) maps of ward boundaries in local authorities? (Or anyone else, really, but I expect Al is the most likely.)
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« Reply #32 on: January 01, 2008, 09:35:04 pm »
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Al, do you have a specific website with blank (modern) maps of ward boundaries in local authorities? (Or anyone else, really, but I expect Al is the most likely.)

There's the boundary commision's website; but the maps are rather large and various stuff can get in the way. I do have quite a lot of blank ward maps from various places though; PM me with local authorites you're interested in.
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« Reply #33 on: January 02, 2008, 02:56:34 pm »
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Al, do you have a specific website with blank (modern) maps of ward boundaries in local authorities? (Or anyone else, really, but I expect Al is the most likely.)

There's the boundary commision's website; but the maps are rather large and various stuff can get in the way. I do have quite a lot of blank ward maps from various places though; PM me with local authorites you're interested in.

I'm about 75% the way through a detailed MM ward map of Scotland. It should also help with the  Commission reporting in a moths time.
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« Reply #34 on: January 02, 2008, 04:11:45 pm »
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Al, do you have a specific website with blank (modern) maps of ward boundaries in local authorities? (Or anyone else, really, but I expect Al is the most likely.)

There's the boundary commision's website; but the maps are rather large and various stuff can get in the way. I do have quite a lot of blank ward maps from various places though; PM me with local authorites you're interested in.

I was specifically interested in Bradford to do a sort of "rise and fall of the BNP" there.
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« Reply #35 on: January 02, 2008, 04:44:52 pm »
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Al, do you have a specific website with blank (modern) maps of ward boundaries in local authorities? (Or anyone else, really, but I expect Al is the most likely.)

There's the boundary commision's website; but the maps are rather large and various stuff can get in the way. I do have quite a lot of blank ward maps from various places though; PM me with local authorites you're interested in.

I was specifically interested in Bradford to do a sort of "rise and fall of the BNP" there.

Yep:

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« Reply #36 on: January 02, 2008, 09:07:08 pm »
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Al, do you have a specific website with blank (modern) maps of ward boundaries in local authorities? (Or anyone else, really, but I expect Al is the most likely.)

There's the boundary commision's website; but the maps are rather large and various stuff can get in the way. I do have quite a lot of blank ward maps from various places though; PM me with local authorites you're interested in.

I was specifically interested in Bradford to do a sort of "rise and fall of the BNP" there.

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« Reply #37 on: March 10, 2012, 07:19:43 am »
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Reactivating a relevant old thread rather than starting a new one.  I've been posting these maps for years on the Vote UK forum, but that got hacked at the beginning of the month (nice birthday present, people) and it's looking increasingly unlikely to be coming back.  Basically these maps signal that bits of my website have been updated.

Barnsley 2011.  Changes based on 2007:

Lab gain from Barnsley Independent Group (BIG)
Darfield
Hoyland Milton
Kingstone
Old Town
Rockingham

2010 map (BIG in pink):


2011 map:


Cartogram (showing each ward according to its voting power):


Split wards are (not taking account of by-elections or defections):
Darfield is 2Lab/1BIG and BIG are defending in May.
Darton East is 2Lab/1BIG and Labour are defending in May.
Dearne South is 2Lab/1LD and the Lib Dems are defending in May (however, I think the Lib Dem councillor has defected to Labour).
Hoyland Milton is 2Lab/1BIG and BIG are defending in May.
Kingstone is 2Lab/1BIG and BIG are defending in May.
Monk Bretton is 2Lab/1Ind and the Independent is up in May.
North East is 2BIG/1Lab and BIG are defending in May.
Old Town is 2Lab/1BIG and BIG are defending in May.
Rockingham is 2Lab/1BIG and BIG are defending in May.
Stairfoot is 2Lab/1BIG and BIG are defending in May.
Worsbrough is 2Lab/1BIG and BIG are defending in May.
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There cannot have been a by-election here, as I didn't see an Andrew Teale writeup on it. Or else that by-election's validity should be challenged on the grounds that it was held without Andrew's written approval
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« Reply #38 on: March 10, 2012, 07:27:15 am »
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Yes, that was slightly on the annoying side as that could be a useful site.
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« Reply #39 on: March 10, 2012, 07:33:24 am »
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So, anyway, random repostings of 2011 maps...

Birmingham




Manchester



Salford



Telford & Wrekin



Southampton



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« Reply #40 on: March 10, 2012, 09:28:32 am »
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Forgot to say good job on the Salford map...and how much it resembles a flock of birds.

Also, I'm not ashamed to admit I do look forward to your daily (or around that) map, Andrew. One of the main reasons I checked their frequently - it certainly wasn't the chat which I couldn't participate in because the Admin never bloody accepted my numerous attempts to register.


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« Reply #41 on: March 10, 2012, 11:07:30 am »
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My version of Doncaster 2011 (good work there Al).  Changes based on 2007:

Lab gain from Community Group
Thorne

Lab gain from Ind
Armthorpe
Edlington and Warmsworth

Lab gain from LD
Edenthorpe, Kirk Sandall and Barnby Dun
Mexborough
Town Moor
Wheatley

2010 and 2011 maps:


Cartogram of the 2011 results (showing each ward according to its voting power):


Split wards are (not taking account of by-elections or defections):
Armthorpe is 2Lab/1Ind and the Independent is up in May.
Balby is 2Lab/1Ind and the Independent is up in May.
Edenthorpe, Kirk Sandall and Barnby Dun is 2Lab/1LD and the Lib Dems are defending in May.
Edlington and Warmsworth is 2Lab/1Ind and the Independent is up in May.
Great North Road is 2Lab/1Ind and the Independent is up in May (although I think the Independent councillor has defected to Labour).
Mexborough is 2Lab/1LD and the Lib Dems are defending in May.
Rossington is 2Lab/1Ind and the Independent is up in May.
Thorne is 2Lab/1Community Group and the Community Group are defending in May.
Town Moor is 2Lab/1LD and the Lib Dems are defending in May.

The 2010 and 2011 maps are identical but the shares of the vote were very different: Labour polled 46% in 2011 but only 35% 36% in 2010.  The Liberal Democrats were fifth in share of the vote in 2011 with 7%, behind the combined Independents (12%) and the English Democrats (9%).

The 2010 election had a few strange features: Labour gained Edenthorpe, Kirk Sandall and Barnby Dun with just 24.0% of the vote, which is the lowest winning score I can remember seeing in a UK local election.  The full shares of the vote were Lab 24.0 LD 23.3 C 20.3 EDP 16.2 Ind 16.2, the English Democrats and the defending Independent councillor tying for last place with 1,100 votes each.  Labour also gained Thorne with 27.5% of the vote, the sitting Community Group councillor standing as an independent and coming third with 14.3%; in that ward the Conservative and Liberal Democrat candidates were both called John Brown.
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« Reply #42 on: March 10, 2012, 04:01:13 pm »
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Oh. Great.

The almost only thing I was reading on Vote-UK.
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« Reply #43 on: March 10, 2012, 05:45:06 pm »
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Thanks for the thanks Smiley

The People's Republic of Rotherham 2011.  Changes based on 2007:

Lab gain from C
Hellaby
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Lab gain from Ind
Maltby

2010 map:


2011 map:


Cartogram of the 2011 results (showing each ward according to its voting power):


Split wards are (not taking account of by-elections or defections):
Anston and Woodsetts is 2Lab/1C and the Conservatives are defending in May.
Brinsworth and Catcliffe is 2Lab/1BNP but the BNP councillor (who would have been up in May) recently got kicked off the council for non-attendance after a bizarre tour of defections between various far-right parties, including joining the National Front and then leaving them on the grounds that he hadn't realised they were a bunch of racists.
Hellaby is 2C/1Lab and the Conservatives are defending in May.
Maltby is 2Lab/1BNP and the BNP are defending in May, although again I think the BNP councillor here is no longer in the BNP.
Wales is 2Lab/1C and the Conservatives are defending in May.
Wickersley is 2Lab/1C and the Conservatives are defending in May.
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« Reply #44 on: March 10, 2012, 10:26:32 pm »
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There is two Conservative candidates and no Labour one in Bessacarr & Cantley, Doncaster 2010.

Probably a typo.
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Fixed, thanks.  Sometimes I need these things pointing out to me.
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« Reply #46 on: March 11, 2012, 05:16:01 am »
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thank very much all for those fantastic maps !
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« Reply #47 on: March 11, 2012, 08:19:21 am »
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Good to see this thread back

Such a shame about Vote UK

Can we start a slow takeover of this forum Wink
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I don't think I'll permit any challenges to my dictatorship, so, no.

But I would have absolutely no problem with mass immigration from the collapsed capitalist state of vote2007. We need more Comradely Subjects to till the fields, work in the tractor factories, man the gulags and so on.
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« Reply #49 on: March 11, 2012, 12:29:38 pm »
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Reactivating a relevant old thread rather than starting a new one.  I've been posting these maps for years on the Vote UK forum, but that got hacked at the beginning of the month (nice birthday present, people) and it's looking increasingly unlikely to be coming back. 

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Have you been in communication with Iain? I assumed he was going to be able to restore it from a backup. I'd be gutted if we lost that site - I was right in the middle of posting up my new turnout based electorate maps as well

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