She needs an artificial Mountain, not AV
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From what's been said elsewhere, I'm pretty sure the map and result are based on something from an online UK campaign trail election game. So I'm assuming that most of the strange results are a result of that, but it still suggests that game has been programmed in a... questionable manner.Didn't notice that.
Um, that's not going to happen. Not under any circumstances. It's natural Conservative territory, that was won by the Lib Dems because of a large personal vote for the Lib Dem MP. The constituency Labour Party is essentially a joke.
If the Lib Dem vote goes up nationally, then it moves from being a Lib Dem/Tory marginal to being a Lib Dem safe seat (or as safe as anything ever is for the Lib Dems). If the Labour Party vote goes down nationally (over 10%, according to the figures), the Labour Party is going to struggle to hold on to its deposit. With Sutton and Cheam portrayed as going Lib Dem, it becomes even more nonsensical. It's quite possible for S&C to go Lib Dem. It did in 1997. But it's a tougher ask for the Lib Dem than C&W. If S&C is LD, then C&W is as well.
As always, the Devil is in the details, and the details here for this part are gibberish. I can accept, as some sort of magic wand waving, the LD taking 171 seats in 2010. But that map is nonsense on stilts in the areas I know.
Locally for example Derbyshire Dales would fall before either NE or S Derbyshire, and Sherwood before Bassetlaw. Not to mention the amusing, but probably quite realistic all things considered, situation of the Conservatives keeping Bosworth but loosing Harborough.