Yes. Portsmouth South % in F/T education is 25% as opposed to 20% in S&D.
I agree also.
East Worthing & Shoreham and Wycombe are now closer to being gained by Labour than Portsmouth North.
Far closer in fact. Labour needs a swing of much less than half of what's required to take Portsmouth N to win E Worthing & Shoreham. Labour is also closer to winning the improbable-seeming seats of Chelsea & Fulham and Hexham than Portsmouth N, too. (Labour did win Wycombe twice, in 1945 and 1950.)
Hexham was very nearly taken in 1997, so less surprising than Chelsea & Fulham.
Of course seats like Cannock Chase and Warwickshire North which voted Labour in 1992 are now pretty distant targets also.
Plymouth & Portsmouth Both have a connection to the Royal navy Both have a comfortable Tory seats held by ex-military mps Both have a labour student-type seat, held by the lib-dems/sdp, which was won in 2017
As with Mordaunt, it will take a lot to push Mercer out of this seat.
The SDP seat in Plymouth had hardly any students in it, we're probably talking fewer than a hundred: the university was still the poly back then and was a fraction of the size.
What's wrong with She Guevara, scared to talk to me direct, Though at the moment I am still pursuing my theory that Corbyn was a STASI asset and his interaction with SF was to act as a conduit with the GDR wh up until that time had supported the Stickies,