There are always disagreements between parties about the use of bar charts on leaflets.
I don’t tend to use them very much on my leaflets, foir a variety of reasons, but I follow the debates about their use elsewhere with interest.
Last week I was given a copy of a Labour leaflet in Leggatts ward, Watford. Try and guess what the result was last time – I’ll start you off by telling you that the winner received 1,098 votes.
The full result was: Conservative 1,098, Labour 995, LibDem 935, Green 459 votes.
Like to guess who Labour really think their main opponent is…