UK 24 April 2015 If ifs and buts were candies and nuts, who would win the 2015 general election? According to the Telegraph, Ukip are reportedly winning "the Google election". But what other fictional elections could produce a landslide result? Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up Election coverage over at the Telegraph has raised this mole's whiskers today. A headline, reading "Ukip is winning the Google election" reveals that, "if internet searches were votes, Nigel Farage's party would be romping to a majority in the 2015 general election". It got this mole thinking... If tweets including #milifandom were votes, Ed Miliband's party would be romping ahead in the 2015 general election. If tweets including #camronettes were votes, David Cameron's party would still not be romping ahead in the 2015 general election. If internet searches were votes, porn would actually be winning the 2015 general election. If ex-girlfriends were votes, Nick Clegg would have a stonking majority. If gaffes were votes, Ukip would be the largest party. If women who wanted to vote Tory were votes, the Tories would be losing. If upsettingly poor media performances were votes, Natalie Bennett would be queen. If Daily Mail splashes were votes, Ed Miliband would have already won the election. If pints were votes, Nigel Farage would be drunk on power. If tabloid comments about skirt suits were votes, Nicola Sturgeon would be Prime Minister. If online hate comments were votes, Katie Hopkins would be our One True Overlord. If kitchens were votes, Ed Miliband would have... two votes. If cupcakes were votes, Justine Miliband would be First Lady. If literally anything could be votes, nothing makes sense to this poor mole any more. › Moving on from the “happy hooker”: why I love my job as a sex worker I'm a mole, innit. Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!