Labour's so called 'Red Wall is a string of seats stretching from Wrexham in North Wales to the fishing port of Grimsby.
These women were undecided but in a very thoughtful way. It wasn’t dither - far from it - they brutally dissected their own decision making.
The area is 71% Leave and so all in, a perfect petri-dish of conditions in which to grow a Tory win.
At the last election, the Labour "youthquake" helped the party to make a number of important gains - including Canterbury by 187 seats.
From the year 2000. If I lived in Hartlepool, I would be hopping mad.
The importance of the so-called 'volatile voter' has grown in recent decades and could be pivotal on December 12.
The Tories really need these seats but Brexit Party candidates will suck some votes away, writes Allegra Stratton.
December 12 will be the fifth time Scots have gone to the polls in just six years.
ITV News headed to Newbury to see whether the party really can bite deeply into their Tory opponents.