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Seats where Muslims are influential

12th Mar 2015

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According to analysis* by The Muslim News Muslims could influence up to 25 marginal seats. Most of these seats are in London, but there’s a significant presence in Yorkshire and Birmingham. The Muslim News will cover these seats in depth.

There are many seats where Muslims make up a substantial minority which have been omitted from our analysis (such as seats in Birmingham and Manchester). This is because these seats are safe seats and it is unlikely it will change hands, so The Muslim News decided to cover them less.

* We used three statistical models to obtain these results, read the full methodology. “The best and most comprehensive analysis on the Muslim vote,” Dr. Jamil Sharif.

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London

Brent Central

Brentford and Isleworth

Ealing Central and Acton

Enfield North

Harrow East

Harrow West

Hendon

Leyton and Wanstead

Poplar and Limehouse

Westminster North

Yorkshire

Batley and Spen

Bradford East

Dewsbury

Halifax

Keighley

Birmingham

Birmingham Hall Green

Birmingham Yardley

Walsall South

Other

Luton South

Manchester Gorton

Oldham East and Saddleworth

Pendle

Peterborough

Slough

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