Perth and Kinross UA, Perth City North: SNP 54, Conservative 31, Labour 9, Green 3.5, Liberal Democrat 2.5. SNP win on 1st preferences. Perth City South: SNP 40, Conservative 36, Labour 3, Green 4.5, Liberal Democrat 15.5, UKIP 1. SNP win on transfers.
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Perth & Kinross UA, Perth City North (1st preferences): SNP 50, Conservative 34, Labour 8, Green 5, Liberal Democrats 3. SNP hold. Perth & Kinross UA, Perth City South (1st preferences): SNP 38, Conservative 35, Liberal Democrats 21, Green 3, Labour 3. Conservative gain on transfers.
Perth & Kinross UA, Perth City North (1st preferences): SNP 51, Conservative 29, Labour 14, Green 3, Liberal Democrats 3. SNP hold. Perth & Kinross UA, Perth City South (1st preferences): SNP 32, Conservative 30, Liberal Democrats 29, Green 3, Labour 6. LD gain on transfers.
There were 8 entries this week, welcoming back Toylyyev but missing European Lefty for 9 entries into the month overall. All were on time and correct - I think perhaps the first time this has been the case throughout an entire month!
Perth City North, Perth: 100% SNP hold, 5 on a majority of the first preferences and alien8ted, iainbhx and Right Leaning after transfers. Tony Otim was the closest here.
Perth City South, Perth: 4 Conservative gain from SNP, with iainbhx and robertwaller Lib Dem gain and alien8ted and Toylyyev SNP hold. Iainbhx with a 0.4 difference over Robert for the win here.
Robert wins the week followed by Tony Otim and iainbhx. This is enough for second but not quite to displace Tony from first place for the month. Yellowperil rounds off the monthly podium.
Surprised to get the bronze position for the month as none of my predictions was ever particularly close - I suppose at the same time I managed to avoid any really bad clangers even though all these elections are in what to me as a strange foreign land. I think on Perth South I had been strongly tempted to go for the Lib Dem win but saw it as too close to call three ways and reckoned if the LDs did manage to win it I could still celebrate even if I got it wrong! Congratulations to Tony on a well deserved win with great consistency, and to Robert and Iain for having the courage to back their instincts when mine failed!