General Election 2019 – An Analysis

Another General Election. Another Exit poll moment. We were there in 2010, 2015, 2017 and as the clock struck ten last night, again in 2019. The polls consistently indicated the Conservatives winning this election, but the scale of the Conservative victory and conversely the scale of Labour’s defeat was stark.

The final General Election result, giving the Conservatives 365 seats and a majority of 80, is the biggest vote share for the party since Margaret Thatcher in 1987. Labour’s performance in losing 59 seats and dropping to 203 seats is its worst since 1935.

We have prepared our analysis, reviewing the reasons behind the result, what happens next in order to form the next Government, standout results with notable seat changes, and much more.

Scroll down or click here to read our analysis of the 2019 election.

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