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Noone was interested Tim!

I was interested in passing but, to my untutored mind, it simply noted that the two most popular sections are unsurprisingly Tory Diary and Centre Right.
Front Page is the portal via which one scans the overall picture before dipping in, rather than it being a separate attraction.
On that basis the specific viewing figures would be more like

2. CentreRight 36%
3. ToryDiary 32%
4. Seats and candidates 13%
5. Local Govt 9%
6. Platform 6%
7. Parliament 2%

Or am I even worse at interpretation of lies, damn lies & statistics than I already knew!

Thanks Ken. Yours is probably a more useful breakdown.

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