Birmingham, Hodge Hill

In the 2019 general election, the data suggests that Birmingham, Hodge Hill will be a contest between Labour and Conservative

Tactical vote
Labour
Liam Byrne


Labour won this seat in 2017, and are likely to be best placed to win it again in 2019.

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2017 election results
Labour37,60681.06%
Conservative6,58014.18%
UK Independence Party1,0162.19%
Liberal Democrat8051.74%
Green3870.83%

Margin: 66.88%. Tactical voting is unlikely to be necessary here.
This is not a marginal seat. Find a marginal nearby

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