Tomorrow is polling day. In 2010 almost quarter of a million people across Dorset and the New Forest chose not to vote.

We wondered what difference their votes might have made, so we had a look at the figures.

In five of our ten constituences, the "non-voters" would have been the outright winners. In the other five, non-voters were a larger number than the majority of the winning party.

With seven leaders due to take part in this year's leaders debates, the Green Party overtaking the LibDems in terms of membership and the rise of UKIP, it seems more likely than ever that every vote will make a difference. 

Here's how the numbers break down: