In the 2016 EU referendum, Radlett’s electoral district voted Leave. If there was another referendum now, how would you vote?
Let’s start with the 2015 results for the Hertsmere constituency. Here’s our analysis of the voting two years ago. Four parties stood last time (no Greens) and the Tory share was a substantial 59.3%. According to the excellent Electoral Calculus, Hertsmere is the Conservatives’ 103rd safest seat and Oliver Dowden has a 97% chance of… Continue reading Your Radlett General Election guide
It was, let’s face it, a surprise. As late as the close of polling on Thursday bookmakers were still offering 7/1 on Brexit (that’s a 12.5% probability). The opinion polls weren’t too far off for this vote but still gave Remain a small lead. Our polling district, Hertsmere, voted Leave by a margin of 1.6%… Continue reading Radlett’s EU referendum vote in context
Leave wins in Hertsmere, by a margin of about 0.9%. And against the backdrop, as I write this at 3.40 a.m., of a bigger vote for Leave than expected. In our Radlett opinion poll, which closed just before the polls opened on Thursday morning, Remain was ahead by about 1.5%. Turnout for the referendum in… Continue reading EU Referendum – Hertsmere has voted
Our EU referendum opinion poll closed early this morning. You voted – narrowly – in favour of Remain. Now it’s time for the real thing. During the ten days the poll was live, things moved around a lot, though, and both sides had a majority at one point or another. With a sample of 361,… Continue reading The Radlett Wire EU referendum poll – the results are in
UPDATE: we closed the poll early this morning, before voting in the referendum began. A total of 361 votes were received. The final results are in the poll box below. It doesn’t matter where you stand on EU membership – everyone is agreed that this may well be the most important vote that any of… Continue reading How will Radlett vote in the EU referendum?
The nice people at Herstmere’s communications department are doing a great job today keeping electors up-to-date with the count in the local elections and the referendum on voting reform that took place yesterday. They’re using Twitter to post regular updates and pictures (like the one above, from the count itself). Yesterday they alerted us to… Continue reading Hertsmere votes