Commonsenseja predicts an election loss for the PNP

Even with increasing eligible electors the number of PNP electors have been declining for the last 6 elections and this is likely to continue into the 2016  election

See  TABLE

 

 

Year PNP Electors %
   
1980 35.3%
1983 0.0%
1989 43.9%
1997 36.4%
2002 30.5%
2007 30.3%
2011 28.2%
2016  

Will give seat count tomorrow.

 

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5 Responses

  1. ,,,,,,:”the number of PNP electors have been declining for the last 6 elections and this is likely to continue into the 2016 election.”

    Are we to assume that the number of JLP “electors” have been increasing over the same time period and hence, the reason for you very optimistic prediction? Why wasn’t the JLP numbers included in the table? This seem like a common sense thing to do, at least for the sake of completeness.

    At any rate, I have grown accustom to your sloppy ways of doing things, especially when you want to make a point based on fiction. Unlike you, I’m prepared to give my election prediction now (based solely on gut instinct, as opposed to pulling random numbers out of the air).

    PNP 50,
    JLP 13

  2. Dennis I gave you one week to come back here and apologize for even questioning someone like me who knows so much more than you do.

    Now that I have been proven correct you have gone into hiding . Poor comrade did not even know what hit him.

    Wayne Jnr please come out of hiding.

    I know you are all ashamed but is so it go

  3. Jay is one of few to predict a JLP. win

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