Follow the LSE’s General Election 2015 live-blog

Democratic Audit UK Managing Editor Sean Kippin and Research Assistant (and Democratic Dashboard lead) Carl Cullinane are joining with our LSE colleagues Joel Suss, Cheryl Brumley, Stuart Brown, Jack Blumenau, and Chris Gilson to bring you up to the minute coverage of tonight’s General Election count, on the LSE General Election blog. Click here to see the live blog

Around 50 million people are registered to vote today in the UK, deciding who will form the next government. The polls opened at 7am and will close at 10pm, after which we’ll have our first indication of how the votes are falling with the release of the exit poll (for detail behind the exit poll forecast, see this explanation by the LSE’s Jouni Kuha).

We’ll be bringing you in-depth analysis and provide you with plenty of updates on this page throughout the night until the results are in, so stick with us. You can also follow us on Twitter @LSEge2015 & @LSEpoliticsblog.

Click here to see the live blog

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