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Infographic: How to lose a 24-point lead

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When Theresa May announced there would be a general election on 8th June 2017 the result seemed like a foregone conclusion. But as the weeks of campaigning wore on she saw her Conservative party’s commanding lead in the polls ebb away.

In DG #27 we charted how, shaky on manifesto pledges and wrong-footed on rhetoric, the Conservative party lost its majority. Scroll over the infographic below to plot the UK prime minister’s rapid journey from hanging tough to hung parliament…

This infographic was published in DG#27. Pick up a copy in our online shop or take out an annual subscription using the promotion code ‘SLOWPOST’ and you’ll get our current issue for free.

 

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