Conservative candidate for NE Fife Tony Miklinski has consolidated his lead over his Lib Dem rival and is now given a 50% chance of taking NE Fife off the SNP according to the latest results from Electoral Calculus, the UK’s most highly regarded website for predicting the General Election result.
Electoral Calculus, which uses scientific analysis of opinion polls and electoral geography to make its predictions, gives the Conservative a voteshare of 32.8, 7.6% ahead of his Lib Dem rival. It rates his chance of winning the seat at 50%, with the SNP at 40% and the Lib Dems at only 9%.
Tony Miklinski, Scottish Conservative & Unionist candidate for NE Fife said:
“Conservative support in NE Fife is growing daily as voters realise that a Conservative MP and a Conservative government at Westminster offers the strongest voice for Fife and the best deal for the UK as a whole. The Lib Dems are becoming as irrelevant in Fife as they are at Holyrood and Westminster.
“People have had enough of Nicola Sturgeon’s divisive games over Brexit and independence. They want a government which can provide the security and stability for everyone to thrive.”