UK-Elect General Election Edition v5.55 - Trial Version

This Trial Edition is a special 3-day trial version of UK-Elect v5.55 which was aimed at the 2005 British General Election. It provides a good example of UK-Elect analysis and forecasting facilities (although it is important to note that the Standard and Pro versions contain far more functionality). You can use it to forecast the 2005 election whatever way you want - perhaps to forecast the way it should have been! This trial version can also be used to analyse the 1997 and 2001 results.)

Here's the first official UK-Elect General Election Forecast for the next (2009/10) election. It uses the latest version of UK-Elect, v6.0. See our online shop

Now forecast the 2005 election yourself:.Download UK-Elect GE v5.55 Trial Edition [4.9 Mb]  (Or use Alternative site)

The Trial Edition includes the May 1997 and June 2001 General Election results together with  full forecasting and election analysis capabilities. If you have any problems downloading this file, or using it when downloaded, please see Q and A below, and if problems persist notify us here. UK-Elect requires Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000 or XP.

When I go to install some programs, including UK-Elect,  I get a message that says, "The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications." What's going on?


Basically, the issue normally indicates a problem with files (especially AUTOEXEC.NT) missing from your Windows installation. Apparently the incidence of it seems to have increased since XP SP2 came out. See: and for details of how to fix this problem.

When I go to install some programs after downloading them, including UK-Elect, I double click on setup.exe and nothing happens. How can I fix this?


Basically, the issue again often  indicates a problem with files missing from your Windows installation - it may be worth doing an online search for "Setup.exe nothing happens". However, the first step is to reboot your computer and then to, immediately after power-up is complete, try again. This often resolves the problem.

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