New polls show there is now huge momentum to stop a Theresa May landslide.
But to make it happen we each have to do our part -- the votes of just 5,000 people decided the last election!
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In many constituencies, only one or two parties have a chance at winning the seat. This website shows you which way to vote in your constituency that is most likely to keep out the Tories.
In a constituency that only Labour or the Tories could win, we ask people from all parties to come together and vote for Labour. In a constituency that only the Liberal Democrats or the Tories could win, we ask people from all parties to come together and vote for the Liberal Democrats. The same goes for the Green party, SNP, Plaid Cymru etc. This way the progressive vote is not split into many parts but combined into one, and we can prevent the Tories from winning many seats and gaining power.
Tactical voting is placing a vote for a candidate that isn’t necessarily the voter’s first preference. Sometimes called ‘strategic voting’ or ‘sophisticated voting’, this method is typically used when the preferred candidate isn’t likely to be popular enough to win. In this case, the voter would simply choose one of the candidates most likely to win, rather than their first choice who has little chance.
Find out here: https://www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-offices/mps/
This website mainly uses data from the 2010, 2015 and recent by-elections, as well as local information and polling.
With the current data available, some constituencies are hard for us to call. We’ve left them as TBC for now so as to not issue false information. We will update these as new information becomes available, for example the local election results in May.
For the same reason as advising tactical voting against the Conservatives in the first place, we cannot endorse votes for UKIP.
The Tories don't run here, although the DUP and UUP could potentially form a coalition with them if they need a few extra seats. If you want to know more about the parties in Northern Ireland, please visit this site for a brief overview of each party: https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/politics/general-election-2017-northern-ireland-political-parties/