One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
See electoralsentence adverb ‘the week had been, electorally, the most effective conference since the 1960s’
- ‘A party's choice of leader is electorally important in so far as the person influences its electoral image.’
- ‘This has proved electorally successful, delivering Labour its two best ever election triumphs.’
- ‘And Americans, usually electorally lazy, turned out in their droves.’
- ‘Statute is too often knee-jerk, headline-led populism with predictably tyrannous consequences for electorally irrelevant minorities.’
- ‘He did this just because it was electorally popular and, crucially, a way of repaying election donors.’
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