At the time of posting here are some highlights of your fantasy shadow cabinet predictions...
Only nine expect George Osborne to stay as Shadow Chancellor - 25 expect William Hague to take on Gordon Brown in a Cameron-led shadow cabinet. Willetts, Redwood or Leigh are the choices for Shadow Chancellor of the bloggers who think Davis might be leader. I'm not sure what is less likely - a Davis leadership or a Davis leadership giving the tax-cautious David Willetts the job of selling those £38bn of tax cuts...?
There is a lot less agreement about what should happen to David Davis. Twelve say he should/ will stay at Home Affairs. Ten predict a move to the defence portfolio and two see him as Shadow Leader of the House. Five think he should be Deputy Leader without other responsibilities - a few more more give him the deputy leadership alongside another responsibility.
Liam Fox is expected to stay as Shadow Foreign Secretary. Excellent news for all neocons!
Thirteen-and-a-half people expect Francis Maude to stay as Party Chairman. Five-and-a-half think George Osborne will take the top seat at CCHQ. Caroline Spelman - with three votes - is your reasonable outside bet in an otherwise very diverse field of possibilities.
Michael Gove and Oliver Letwin are favourites to be head of policy. Gove is also nominated for international development by one blogger. Ed Vaizey is also touted for big things and Nick Herbert is one person's choice for Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury.
A mix of jobs are suggested for IDS although most involve him having a lead role in developing social justice policies for the party.
John Redwood is the favourite candidate for Mr Cameron's axe.
Theresa May is hotly tipped for the health portfolio. Other women tipped for greater things include Julie Kirkbride (to CMS) and Theresa Villiers to Shadow Europe Minister.
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