How might Britain vote in a General Election tomorrow?

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By-election previews: 20th July 2017

“All the right votes, but not necessarily in the right order” The 20th July 2017 edition of Andrew’s Previews has it all, with...

By-election previews: 13th July 2017

“All the right votes, but not necessarily in the right order” Seven by-elections on 13th July 2017: Chorleywood South and Maple...

By-election previews: 29th June 2017

“All the right votes, but not necessarily in the right order” Four by-elections on 29th June 2017: Derby West Lancashire council;...

By-election previews: 22nd June 2017

Welcome to the (first?) 2017 parliament. After a week off while we digested the consequences of that general election result – congratulations...

By-election previews: 8th June, 2017

“All the right votes, but not necessarily in the right order” Millions of words, acres of pixels and oceans of ink have already been...

By-election previews: 25 May 2017

So, there are just two weeks to go now before 2017’s main electoral course of the general election. There is just one local by-election...

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Hello, here's what we do

Britain Elects is a poll aggregation service that aims to deliver non-partisan commentary and analysis of the state of British politics and public opinion as well as the provision of an open source archive of opinion polls and election results, be they council or parliamentary.

We entirely voluntary, set up by those with an experience and interest in consultancy and politics.

Founded by Ben Walker and Lily Jayne Summers in 2013.

Remembering Lily Jayne Summers, 1993 - 2016


On 16 December, 2016, our Co-Founder, Lily Jayne Summers, sadly passed away.

Lily was integral to the development of Britain Elects, working hard on every national election night since its founding in 2013. She was a passionate person committed to the politics she believed in, and she enjoyed the part she played in BE. She was authentic, ambitious, funny, quick witted, always up for an argument, and heartwarming to those who knew her. She was a student at Swansea University, a council candidate for the Labour Party and formerly active with the Salvation Army.

She was a great colleague, but to me she was more my closest friend than anything else. Lily meant so much. I’m shocked and sorry to see her taken from this world at such a young age.

– Ben, Co-Founder