Thursday, May 05, 2005


Rumours are that turnout is up in the more marginal seats. Turnout nationally in 2001 was just under 60% - a historic low (as in, the lowest turnout since universal suffrage was introduced). Turnout of course in the european elections in 2004 was up, and where people think their votes matter the early signs are that this might also be true.

But as Andrew Marr has just said on the BBC, most of what we're going on at the moment is rumour.

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