UK election polls: Statistics reveal battleground where Labour ALWAYS comes out on top ||


Close to 400,000 fewer people receive Twitter updates from the party in Government.

Other statistics show the Conservatives have historically failed to pip Labour from its social top spot amongst the UK’s political establishment.

Social Blade, which compiles figures from Twitter’s database, shows Labour has maintained a vast follower chasm with its opposition.

Since at least 2019, when the Tories surged to an 80-seat lead in Parliament, the party’s base has averaged at 300,000 fewer followers.

In September of that election year, Labour had 711,430 followers to the Conservatives’ 410,330.

Statista shows the party’s following groups more closely with the UK’s other parties.


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