Top 75 Lib Dem blogs: the Total Politics List

It’s six weeks since Total Politics asked blog-readers to vote for their Top 10 favourite blogs in their annual survey promoted here on LDV, as well as at LabourList and Iain Dale’s Diary. More than 1,500 people voted, and here is the full list of the Top 75 Lib Dem blogs in the Total Politics list:

1. (-) Charlotte Gore
2. (1) LibDem Voice
3. (-) Himmelgarten Cafe
4. (3) Norfolk Blogger
5. (-) Mark Reckons
6. (-) Liberal Vision
7. (44) Caron’s Musings
8. (5) Liberal England
9. (2) People’s Republic of Mortimer
10. (4) Quaequam Blog
11. (15) Stephen’s Linlithgow Journal
12. (18) Jennie Rigg
13. (11) Cicero’s Songs
14. (7) Millennium Dome Elephant
15. (6) Lynne Featherstone MP
16. (-) Dude the Dog
17. (8) Peter Black AM
18. (9) Love & Liberty
19. (-) Andrew Reeves
20. (39) Irfan Ahmed
21. (24) 474 Votes to Win
22. (-) Always Win When You’re Singing
23. (-) Freedom Central
24. (14) Jock Coats
25. (42) Sound of Gunfire
26. (-) Willie Rennie MP
27. (-) Freedom & Whisky
28. (-) LibDem Blogs
29. (-) Hagley Road to Ladywood
30. (-) Paula Keaveney
31. (28) Fraser Macpherson
32. (26) Jonathan Fryer
33. (-) Chris Davies MEP
34. (-) Agent Orange
35. (-) Liberal Bureaucracy
36. (-) Mark Pack
37. (-) Pink Dog
38. (-) Liberal Revolution
39. (-) Birkdale Focus
40. (-) John Hemming MP
41. (32) Anything Caron Can Do
42. (45) Disgruntled Radical
43. (-) Wit & Wisdom
44. (-) Duncan Borrowman
45. (-) Nick Clegg MP
46. (-) Nigel Ashton
47. (-) Social Liberal Forum
48. (-) Steve Webb MP
49. (-) The Speaker
50. (-) Belsize LibDems
51. (21) Hug a Hoodie
52. (23) Orange by Name
53. (37) Anders Hanson
54. (-) John Barrett MP
55. (-) Katy Gordon
56. (-) Max Atkinson
57. (-) Liberal Youth Scotland
58. (-) Moments of Clarity
59. (-) Adrian Sanders MP
60. (29) A Lanson Boy
61. (38) Eric Avebury
62. (47) Gavin’s Gaily Gigest
64. (-) Liberal Dose
65. (-) Mary Reid
66. (-) ALDC
63. (43) Antony Hook
67. (22) Jo Christie-Smith
68. (16) Lindylooz Muse
69. (-) Swindon South Liberal Democrats
70. (-) Niles’s Blog
71. (13) Neil Stockley
72. (-) LibCync
73. (-) What You Can Get Away With
74. (-) Wouldn’t it be Scarier
75. (-) Richard Allan

Many congratulations to all bloggers, no matter where they were placed – but especially, of course, to Charlotte Gore for topping the list. In particular, it’s interesting to note that four of the Top 10 blogs this year are new entries. Overall, though I’m sure all of us would quibble with individual placings, what it does demonstrate is the strength in depth of the Lib Dem blogosphere. And remember: it’s just a list.

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  • Special congratulations to Caron for climbing 37 places!

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