, Under the first-past-the-post electoral system, voter turn-out (especially in marginal seats) has a crucial impact on the final election outcome, so major political parties disproportionately focus on opinion poll trends and these constituencies. ■ Ben McAdams of Utah voted for Stephanie Murphy. ■ Kathleen Rice of New York voted for Stacey Abrams; The shadow cabinet must get behind it", "General election 2019: Brexit - where do the parties stand?  At the beginning of the 2019 campaign, they had been accused of attempting to mislead voters by using selective polling data and use of a quotation attributed to The Guardian newspaper rather than to their leader, Jo Swinson. , A large proportion of the newspaper coverage of Labour was negative.
, Ethnic Minority and Religious leaders and organisations made statements about the general election, with some people within the religious groups being keen to express that no one person or organisation represents the views of all the members of the faith.  The Brexit Party contested somewhat under half the seats. Thus far Jeremy Corbyn, Nicola Sturgeon, Jo Swinson & Sian Berry have confirmed. The chart below depicts the results of opinion polls, mostly only of voters in Great Britain, conducted from the 2017 United Kingdom general election until the election.  She accomplished this by, among other things, pledging to limit her time as speaker to four years (two two-year terms) at most. 4,000 featured inaccurate claims about the cost of Labour's spending plans to the tax payer. This would, overall, have led to the UK's debt as a percentage of GDP rising. ", "Third combined forecast for the 2019 general election", "NEW PREDICTION: Our latest poll-of-polls has the #Conservative lead over #Labour narrowing to 11pc. European Union Referendum (Date of Referendum etc.) ■ Justin Amash of Michigan voted for Thomas Massie; The UUP did not see a second referendum as a necessary route to achieving this goal.  The House of Lords followed suit on 30 October, with Royal Assent made the day after for the ratification of the EPGEA. Note: Elections etc does not add up to 650 seats due to rounding; the Speaker is shown under "Others" and not "Labour"; majority figures assume all elected members take up their seats.  The perceived "parachuting" of a Labour candidate into Leicester East, a constituency with one of the highest Indian populations in the UK, caused anger to be felt amongst the local British Indian community, as no candidates of Indian descent were interviewed.  Ofcom rejected the Conservatives' complaint. , Brexit was the most tweeted topic for the Conservative Party (~45% of tweets), the Liberal Democrats and the Brexit Party (~40% each). As only 430 representatives in the 435-member House cast a vote (due to vacancies, absentees, or members being present but not voting), 216 votes were necessary in order to win. At the 2015 general election the Conservative Party committed to offering a referendum on whether the UK should leave the European Union and won a majority in that election. As a result, they formed a minority government, with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) as their confidence and supply partner. , The DUP did not contest Fermanagh and South Tyrone and the UUP did not contest Belfast North so as not to split the unionist vote. ", "Labour vows to electrify England's entire bus fleet by 2030", "Election manifestos: Labour tops Friends of the Earth's climate and nature league table", "Tory spending plans: Sajid Javid's key pledges", "Tory manifesto 'to forge a new Britain' - Johnson", "The outlook for the public finances: the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat manifestos compared", "McDonnell rejects claims Labour would leave people worse off", "IFS manifesto verdict: neither Tories nor Labour have credible spending plan", "UK parties not being 'honest with the electorate', think-tank says", "Tories and Labour 'lack credible spending plans, "Look closer at the IFS manifesto report. It happened most recently in January 2015 (114th Congress), when John Boehner was elected with 216 votes (as opposed to 218).  Bloomberg reported that between 6 and 21 November, the views on Twitter/Facebook were 18.7m/31.0m for Labour, 10m/15.5m for the Conservatives, 2.9m/2.0m for the Brexit Party, and 0.4m/1.4m for the Liberal Democrats. The Early Parliamentary General Election Act 2019 (EPGEA) was passed in the Commons by 438 votes to 20; an attempt to pass an amendment by opposition parties for the election to be held on 9 December failed by 315 votes to 295.
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