Labour got 8,200 less votes in this election

In the 2017 general election, Labour got a total of 170,976 votes. In this general election, Labour has received in total  162,707 votes. That means more than 8,200 votes less with nearly a 5% difference.

Let that sink in. Labour will try and look invincible with a hat-trick of electoral victories, but the reality is that Labour’s largesse has hit the top during Muscat’s tenure and the tide is slowly turning.

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  1. When one also considers the rise in the population and the extension of the vote to 16 and 17-year-olds the performance is presumably even less impressive.

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