Results are now in from Scotland and N Ireland, and as things stand about one person in 19 voted for the current government or about 1 in 25 of the whole population.
Another pointless statistic is that the expected increase in the National Debt over the next 4 years is about £325,000 per Labour voter. Thanks guys.
No really thanks a bunch. That explains why, after last week's election, Labour has fewer County Councillors (146) than MPs (283).
Oh and the BNP (not that I am a fan) polled more votes in Yorkshire and the North West than Labour polled in the 10 seat South East region.