14 April 2010

Fleet's Street influence on the 2005 Election


Continuing on from the previous post analysing the media's influence on the election across the last 65 years, I've created a visualisation of newspaper support for the three main political parties at the 2005 election (the size of the bubble corresponds to circulation).

As previously noted, despite Lord Mandelson's protestations to the contrary, The Sun's defection to the Tories looks set to have a significant effect on the outcome (even if it is just conformation the tide of public opinion has turned against New Labour - rather than its own influence on voters) and we could conceivably see press support shape up like this in 2010:

1 comment:

Lydia Loftis said...

Election time- Media persons are busy with sharing politics and election updates through their channel. It is the best season to increse the channel rating and the auidence waiting eagerly for election news.

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