Kidsgrove By Election Polls have now closed and the voted for the Kidsgrove seat at Newcastle Borough Council are set to be counted tomorrow morning. It appears that the turnout in this Kidsgrove By Election could be really low, which makes predicting the end result more difficult, regardless of the statistical analysis which can be used.
All local parties have taken this Kidsgrove By Election seriously with Labour knocking on doors to encourage votes and the Conservative making telephone calls this morning to try and encourage Kidsgrove residents to get out and vote. Lib Dem Phil Crank made a positive statement thanking Kidsgrove residents for their support last night, regardless of the result tomorrow. The TUSC have also go on with delivering a campaign in Kidsgrove.
After reviewing the results of our opinion poll and combining these with some cleaver statistical analysis of the results from last week, we can now make a prediction of the Kidsgrove By Election. Our results would suggest a Labour victory, however by a much smaller margin than the election last week.
We are also expecting a total turn out of around 400 voters in the Kidsgrove area, which is exceptionally low, if correct.
A full break down of our predicted results for the Kidsgrove By Election are shown.