One person, one vote? Actually not on Anglesey - or indeed anywhere else. The reality is that depending on the constituency where we live, our vote does not necessarily have the same 'influence' as someone else's vote in another constituency. Based on the probability of the seat changing hands and its size, its possible to calculate how influence each vote actually has. Here's the result for voters on Anglesey:
0.893 doesn't sound a lot, but our votes apparently have 3.53 time more influence than the UK average:
We rank number 25 out of 650 constituencies apparently. Interestingly our new adjacent constituency of Arfon is the number 1! Who knew the Covvies have the most powerful votes in the UK...? You can check out how other constituencies compare on the Voter Power website.
In other news, Waleshome have just published their Ynys Mon constituency profile here. Its not entirely accurate but worth a read nevertheless.
And in the meantime think carefully how you are going to use your 0.893 of a vote!