Election Prediction Project
www.electionprediction.org
British General Election
Wrexham

Current Prediction:
Election Profile:

Candidates:
Labour Party:
Ian Lucas
Conservative Party:
Felicity A.L. Elphick
Liberal Democratic Party:
Ronald Davies
Plaid Cymru:

Incumbent:
Dr John Marek

97 Result:
John Marek
20,45056.1%
Stuart Andrew
8,68823.9%
Andrew Thomas
4,83313.3%
James Hack
11703.21%
Total Vote Count / Turnout
36,42271.78%

92 Result: (Redistributed)
20,19150.0%
13,10132.4%
6,05415.0%
1,0752.7%
Total Vote Count / Turnout
40,42178.8%

Demographic Profile:
Age:
< 1620.7%
16-2413.2%
25-3920.4%
40-6527.0%
65 <18.7%

Ethnic Origin:
White99.0%
Black0.1%
Indian/Pakistani0.3%
Other non-white0.5%

Employment:
Full Time63.3%
Part Time16.4%
Self Employed8.8%
Government Schemes2.1%
Unemployed9.5%

Household SEG:
I - Professional5.3%
II - Managerial/Technical27.4%
III - Skilled (non-manual)10.6%
IIIM - Skilled (manual)30.8%
IV - Partly Skilled17.7%
V - Unskilled4.8%

Misc:
Own Residence61.4%
Rent Residence36.8%
Own Car(s)68.0%
Submissions
Submit Information here

20/04/01 JR Email:robertsat13@cwcom.net
A town I know well. It came within 400 votes of being won by the Tories in the 1983 Thatcher Landslide but since then has been rock solid. John Marek MP is retiring to concentrate on his work in the National Assembly - the Assembly being one of the banana skins that Labour could trip up on in North Wales. Wrexham voted 56% NO in the 1997 devolution referendum. Easy Labour hold predicted but majority may slip.

Submit Information here
Back to Wales Index
Back to British General Election Prediction Index
Last Updated 20 April 2001
Election Prediction Project - www.electionprediction.com
© 1999-2001 Milton Chan

Email Webmaster