On Page 26 of today’s Observer newspaper polling expert Bob Worcester identifies seats where he feels the Liberal Democrats could win from third place.
No 12 on the list is Luton South. (See graphic below.)
Worcester argues that if the Liberal Democrats score 28% in the national opinion polls, which is roughly where the Party is at the moment, the Liberal Democrats will need to generate a ‘campaign’ swing of only 6% to win.
If you remember the swings achieved in some seats at the last election, for example Manchester Withington acheived 17.6%, this is very achievable.
More details at: ‘How to vote tactically: our guide to Britain’s key battleground seats‘
This content was originally posted on my old Strange Thoughts blog.