Since 2001 no ruling party has ever had the votes of more than 1 in 4 registered voters in a British General Election

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Since 2001 no ruling party has ever had the votes of more than 1 in 4 registered voters in a British General Election.

Since 1979 no ruling party has ever had the votes of more than 1 in 3 of those registered to vote in a British General Election, (i.e. not including those who didn't register to vote, but including those registered voters who didn't vote)

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Since 2001 no ruling party has ever had the votes of more than 1 in 4 registered voters in a British General Election