If the Conservatives had won 42 per cent from them too, our research projects that she would have won with a comfortable 42-seat majority.
The last of our profiles looks at a region that witnessed another Liberal Democrat extinction event and the undoing of the People’s Army.
Our whistle-stop tour heads to the South East, where the Tories and Labour are fighting it out and two minor parties have everything at stake.
Some figures, courtesy of Ian Warren of Election Data.
Fascinating research from the Fabian Society.
The average across these seats is: Rule Out Conservatives – 63 per cent; Rule out Labour – 75 per cent; Rule out LibDems – 74 per cent.
My poll of closely-contested Conservative-Liberal Democrat seats indicates that were the general election held now Nick Clegg’s party would lose 15 MPs to the Tories.
Stephen Kinnock’s progress towards the Commons highlights a role reversal.
With each victory that militant secularism celebrates, Conservatives should feel obliged by our principles and electoral necessity to defend religious liberty.