Thursday, May 05, 2005

BBC EXIT POLL: 66 SEAT MAJORITY FOR LABOUR

The polls have closed across the United Kingdom and the race is on to see which constituency is the first to give official results. Sunderland South usually wins the trophy for that, we'll see.

The BBC have projected a 66-seat majority for Labour based on their exit polls, but the exit polls were wrong before (1992- predicted a minority government and then the Tories went on to win a majority). As it stands now Labour could well end up with less of a winning margin than the last two times, but Tony Blair will still have enough for a good working majority.

(@#$%!!!! Oops. Pardon my language.)

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