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David Cameron Winning Election So Far According To Google

David Cameron Winning Election So Far According To Google

by Ben Wittams-Smith7th May 2015

Google’s search results have tipped David Cameron to win today’s general election. Their News Lab team have produced this map of what the UK constituencies would look like if searches for the party leaders were equal to votes. Roll your mouse over to see who won in your area!

Experts have analysed Google’s search data over the past year in order to see which party leader has been searched for the most across the UK. They refined the data to reflect searches in each constituency and then converted the results into seats in the House of Commons. According to these results David Cameron will succeed in establishing a majority, followed by Nigel Farage and then Ed Miliband in third.

Have look at the map below to see who won the Search Election in your constituency:

How did your constituency get on? Do you think these search statistics will reflect the actual results of today’s General Election? Who’s got your vote? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

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About The Author
Ben Wittams-Smith
Ben Wittams-Smith is a content writer for Just SEO and the Company Director of JSEO LTD. As a specialist in SEO, SEM and digital marketing, Ben regularly contributes content and provides analytic insight in these areas.

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