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British General Election
Alyn and Deeside

Current Prediction:
Election Profile:

Candidates:
Labour Party:
Mark Tami
Conservative Party:
Mark Isherwood
Liberal Democratic Party:
Derek Burnham
Plaid Cymru:
Green Party:
Klaus Armstrong-Braun

Incumbent:
Rt Hon Barry Jones

97 Result:
Barry Jones
25,95561.9%
Timothy Roberts
9,55222.8%
Eleanor Burnham
4,0769.7%
Siw Hills
7381.76%
Total Vote Count / Turnout
41,94872.21%

92 Result: (Redistributed)
23,15750.9%
16,77036.9%
4,4319.7%
5171.1%
Total Vote Count / Turnout
45,50878.7%

Demographic Profile:
Age:
< 1620.7%
16-2413.4%
25-3921.8%
40-6527.6%
65 <16.6%

Ethnic Origin:
White99.4%
Black0.1%
Indian/Pakistani0.2%
Other non-white0.3%

Employment:
Full Time67.2%
Part Time15.2%
Self Employed9.3%
Government Schemes1.3%
Unemployed7.0%

Household SEG:
I - Professional3.9%
II - Managerial/Technical27.2%
III - Skilled (non-manual)11.4%
IIIM - Skilled (manual)33.4%
IV - Partly Skilled16.4%
V - Unskilled4.5%

Misc:
Own Residence76.5%
Rent Residence22.0%
Own Car(s)75.9%
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21/04/01 JR Email:
A solid Labour seat, held since 1970 by Barry Jones, who is retiring this time. This is one of the most 'anglicised' parts of Wales, only about 45 minutes' drive from Liverpool and produced a turnout of just 32% in the 1999 Assembly election. The economy is dominated by heavy industry (Toyota have a factory at Deeside and the wings for Airbus jets are built here). The loss of hundreds of jobs at the Shotton steelworks could hit Labour's majority, but expect no surprises here.

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