Long months of campaigning culminate today as the people of Great Britain and Northern Ireland decide who should represent them in Westminster.
In one of the most heated and significantly engaged elections for a century, Deeside and Donside’s constituency, West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine (WAK) has been a key battle ground for political parties.
Website www.electionforecast.co.uk combines data provided by YouGov with all publicly released national and constituency polls, historical election results, and data from the UK Census.
At the time The Piper went to press (Wednesday) their current prediction was that there will be no overall majority, but that the Conservatives will be the largest party with 279 seats.
The website states: “we know there is substantial uncertainty in our forecast.”
ElectionForecast predict that in WAK the percentage of votes for each party will be as follows: SNP (38) Conservative (26) Liberal Democrat (21) Labour (10) Green (2) UKIP (1) Other (1)