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Opinion Polls - Who Will Go?

It's the 9th Eviction tonight (Friday the 18th July) and after that, the remaining five housemates will definitely have made it to the last week of the game. So, we've taken another weekly look at the opinion polls to see who's likely to leave at the end of this penultimate week.

First, we looked at a site which should give us the 'Official' stance on things, and we found this:

Cameron - 49%
Nush - 51%

Meaning that on that particular site, things are extremely close with a very slight majority wanting rid of Nush. To be honest however, those figures are not that believable, as we feel that the gap is much wider than that.

So, next we looked at a major UK portal and came across the following results:

Cameron - 43%
Nush - 57%

That's more like it, but the gap could well be higher, like that of RI:SE's Thursday morning poll and that of a major UK ISP, who currently show:

Cameron - 37%
Nush - 63%

Our very own Poll currently shows very similar figures to the above at the time of writing (Friday am), with:

Cameron - 36%
Nush - 64%

However, we've also see other fan sites where the percentage split is more like 20/80%, but that's probably totally inaccurate. One thing that is constant however, is that all the polls agree: Nush will go.

The final percentage for the Malvern lass should be somewhere between 60 and 75%, but could feasibly be as low as 56%.

On Friday night we will publish a new Poll on our Home page, asking who you want to Win? Please come and participate. Also, if you fancy making a few quid, you may wish to check-out the odds for the Overall Winner right now - if you leave it too late to place a bet, it probably won't be worth your while. To find the latest odds and see who we're backing, visit our Betting Zone section where you can get yourself a FREE £10 bet.

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