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Well, the polls have now closed, and the 126 responses to the question “How will you vote in the General Election?” were as follows:

BNP: 9 (7%)
Conservative: 20 (16%)
Green: 6 (5%)
Labour: 16 (13%)
Liberal Democrat: 20 (16%)
SNP/Plaid Cymru: 3 (2%)
UKIP: 36 (29%)
Other: 5 (4%)
Don’t intend to vote: 6 (5%)
Not eligible to vote: 5 (4%)

Obviously, this is only representative of readers of this blog, and the strong showing for UKIP and (regrettably) the BNP is likely to be due to unhappiness about the smoking ban. If Labour do come third in the popular vote tomorrow, they should reflect on the fact that this vindictive measure has alienated large swathes of their traditional support, many of whom will never forgive them for it.

Let’s see how the real poll pans out tomorrow...