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Welcome to the live coverage of the General Election results.
The final results of the General Election
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Last month, Redbrick was kindly given its own Vote for Policies link, allowing students to find out which party they support based on their policies.

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The Green Party retain their lead in this week’s Redbrick poll as their support equals that of last week on 35%. However, a reduction in the proportion of the support for the Conservative and Labour parties causes this to become an 11% lead.

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The gap between the Green Party, the Conservative Party and the Labour Party has reached its narrowest point since the first week of our General Election poll, with just 6% between the Green Party and the Labour Party.

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March 8th, 2015

Our fifth poll has returned another clear victory for the Greens, as they increase their percentage by one, but their lead extends. The party is holding their Spring Conference this weekend, so it will be interesting to see if any policies directed at young people will make an appearance.

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