According to the election forecasts The Brexit party are in the top of the poll and have clear favorites. They have 32 MEPs out of a total of 72. According to reports, they would be short of 5 MEPs for the majority. They are likely to take over UKIP, which is UKs largest party in the EU parliament, as they have lost all their MEPs.
But it is unsure if this support will be helpful to win the elections or not. Labor and Lib Dems are looking for a second-place labor favorites so as to be able to win the elections. The parties are interpreting the outcome in a different way right now.
For Labor, EU19 could be their second-worst EU election performance (beaten only by 2009). For the Lib Dems, EU19 will be a welcome recovery from a disastrous 2014 but it should be noted from chart E2 that at present they are merely on track to match their historical performances. The same goes for the Green party which is only expected to match their 2014 performance.
The party that has been gaining the least number of votes consistently is the Conservative Party. The same is expected this time. Indeed, there is the possibility of their vote share being in single figures which would be quite something.
There are various ways in which votes are counted. There are many assumptions made regarding the same.
At first the turnout for the estimated voters has to be made. A proper analysis helps to give a clear picture of which party would be leading and which is left behind. A proper mathematical research has to be done, there are many websites that involve in such researches.
These websites show the way in which the calculation is made. It mentions the various aspects that have to be considered. There are charts that give the differences in the figures. This makes it easier for the audience to compare the polls. It is also very useful for the parties so that they are prepared well in advance of what is coming to them.
These charts give a clear description of the differences in polls of the voters. It also gives a comparison between various years. This is very helpful because of how effective a government has been in its tenure.
The Brexit Party is well on course to be the biggest party and could even set the record for the best ever vote share by a gathering in the d’Hondt period of EU decisions in the UK. In the meantime, the Liberal Democrats have the likelihood of beating both the Conservatives and Labour parties in a UK-wide race out of the blue since 1906.
Such data analysis is very helpful for predicting the election results. It gives a clear picture of the election and helps the citizens to make the right decision. It also helps the party to know where they are wrong, if decline in votes. Thus, such data researches are very helpful and thought provoking.