Monthly Archives: May 2014

ICM’s poll findings about Cambridge

ICM have now released the full tables for their recent poll in four Lib-Dem-held constituencies, including Cambridge. The headline finding for our city is that Julian Huppert is set to lose his seat to Labour’s Daniel Zeichner if Nick Clegg … Continue reading

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How Cambridge voted in the 2014 European Elections

All the results of the European Elections are now in, so here’s a look at how the votes were cast in Cambridge. The numbers are announced in each district – you can get the full set for the East of … Continue reading

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The prospects for the 2015 Cambridge City Council elections

With¬†this year’s Cambridge City Council elections completed, Labour now have a comfortable majority of eight, and can settle down to implementing their policies¬†with a firm basis of control. The new Council now looks like this: Their group of 25 councillors … Continue reading

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Swing in the 2014 Cambridge local elections

I recently posted an article looking at the swing between the Lib Dems and Labour in local elections in recent years. Here’s an update showing the swing in this year’s vote. Without further ado, here’s the graph: While the results … Continue reading

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Remaining Cambridge results

I’ve had about two hours sleep now, so these graphs are still a bit rough and ready, but here are the rest of them. For the official results head over to the City Council’s results page. Note that the City … Continue reading

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Results in Kings Hedges and Newnham

King’s Hedges: Anette Karimi (Con) 266, Michael Potter (Green) 242, Martin Smart (Lab) 831, Ian Tyes (Ind) 287, Neale Upstone (LD) 393 Labour gain the seat comfortably from the Lib Dems. Newnham result: Joanna Anscombe-Bell (Con) 395, Rod Cantrill (LD) … Continue reading

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Cherry Hinton and Trumpington results

Cherry Hinton result: Keith Edkins (Lib Dem) 383, Tim Haire (Con) 613, Russ McPherson (Lab) 1533 Another easy Labour win. All parties are up a little in vote share because there wasn’t a Green candidate this year. However the Lib … Continue reading

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