Skip to main content

Vote smart

the essential guide to tactical voting in the 2017 Election
Vote Smart 2017 is no longer live. A big thank you to all those that supported us.
Ready to Vote Smart? Let’s get going! I’m not sure – can you tell me more? Donate!

Why should I vote tactically?


Maybe you are worried about the NHS; your pension; the cost of your education; or the Conservative’s destructive Brexit policies. Whatever your motive, with a tactical vote on June 8th, you can help get a better balance in Parliament.

If you want the safety net of a more balanced Parliament, the best way to make a difference is by voting for the opposition party most likely to win. Even if it isn’t your usual choice. Find your area below to get started.

What is vote smart?


Vote Smart is a tactical voting aggregator that lets you quickly and easily review all of the information for your area, wrapped up into a single recommendation. Vote Smart allows you to make a more confident decision about how to vote to make the most impact.

How do we know who’s most likely to win? Our forecasts are made by political modelling experts using detailed data sources and cross-checked across multiple organisations. To make the recommendations even more reliable, local knowledge has been used to ensure the list reflects the real-world issues affecting people in your area.

Who should I vote for?


Vote Smart 2017 is no longer live. A big thank you to all those that supported us.


Donate

Just £5 will help us advertise Vote Smart to hundreds more voters. Donate today through our Crowdfunder campaign to get more people involved and increase our chances of blocking the landslide together.

Disclaimer: Political forecasting is an imperfect science. Our forecasts are made by political modelling experts using multiple detailed data sources. We have built these into sophisticated algorithms and cross-checked across multiple organisations. We have also carried out local analysis on the most significant seats but have not carried out extensive analysis on every seat. If you think our recommendation is wrong, please let us know why and we will do our best to review it. Although we have done our best to ensure these data are correct, we cannot vouch for the accuracy of the data from other lists. We have only used data from other sites that are publically available. Data were correct to our knowledge as of May 26th 2017. The recommendation that we provide is for your guidance only; the final decision as to who you should vote for lies with you.