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A little light data crunching of the Croydon euro results

The Guardian has been rather helpful in providing an online spreadsheet of results by borough, authority and so on, and having time on my hands and an unnatural interest in matters psephological I have knocked up a pie chart showing the euro results, and then one for 2005 in the three Croydon seats combined:

And Croydon North, South and home sweet Croydon Central:

So, Tory and Lib Dem shares were both down around seven percentage points, but Labour fell off a cliff - down 20 percentage points. UKIP, as expected, did far better than in the general election, with the Greens also substantially outperforming their showing in the GE. Mind you, they only stood in Central. Neither the B*P nor the Christian People's Alliance risked lost deposits in any of the Croydon seats.

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