So, based on the first 302 respondents to the General Election 2005 Estimation Quiz who have expressed a voting intention, here are the results so far:
- Conservative supporters (all 34 of them) are the best informed of all (must be the expensive schools they all go to, I suppose);
- Lib Dems are, by a small margin, the worst informed -- but, on the internets at least, the most numerous;
- Labour supporters are slightly better-informed than average.
(In the plot above, I've obtained the `all respondents' curve by weighting each party's supporters to reflect the average of recent opinion polls; I won't claim that that's likely to be a very effective way to produce a balanced sample of the population.)