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Latest polls suggest Lib Dems likely to win Harrogate and Knaresborough

One of the UK’s largest poll aggregators have released their latest General Election projection based on the new constituency boundaries.

Latest polls suggest Lib Dems likely to win Harrogate and Knaresborough The Liberal Democrats are likely to win back Harrogate and Knaresborough in the next General Election, according to one of the UK’s largest poll aggregators. ElectionMaps UK have released their latest General Election projection based on the new updated parliamentary constituency boundaries. And the new projection shows the Lib Dem’s are currently winning 37.9% of the vote, whilst the Conservatives are set to drop to 33.9% (down 18.3% on 2019). Phil Willis from the Liberal Democrats held Harrogate and Knaresborough until he stepped down in 2010. Commenting Tom Gordon, Lib Dem parliamentary candidate for Harrogate and Knaresborough, said:

“Since I was selected as candidate earlier this year, the local Lib Dem team and I have continued to build on the success of last years fantastic local elections results - where we won the local popular vote and a majority of local councillors. “We have volunteers out knocking on doors and delivering leaflets almost every day, and it’s clear that our message is resonating. “Local people are crying out for change and MP who will stand up for our local NHS, help tackle the cost of living, and stop sewage being dumped in our rivers."
The Nowcast model is based on recent GB wide polling, as well as Scottish and Welsh only polling. Data is from all published polls from British Polling Council members over a given month, with polls weighted by recency as well as historic pollster accuracy. The latest Nowcast projections can be found here: https://electionmaps.uk/nowcast Read more local stories from Your Harrogate here.

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