I think there was a great deal of resentment toward the political party, the Conservatives, led by Churchill in 1945 but not pre war, that had got Britain into WW2. The Labour party came up with a succinct slogan which may have been part of the reasoning, perhaps particularly effective on the returning members of the armed forces: 'Cheer Winston:Vote Labour'. Personally Churchill was very popular, but the Labour victory was a landslide and brought about the 'Welfare State' largely due to the Beveridge report which established the NHS (The National health Service) which is the jewel in the crown of British social reform. Labour were unable to maintain their political power into the 1950s and remained in opposition until the Wilson administration of 1964 to 1970.
Also, voters trusted Labour to put the Beveridge Report into practice. Churchill said Britain was 'too poor' to set up a Welfare State yet and wasn't in favour of it. Despite Churchill's leadership during the war; many people remembered the Conservatives' failures during the 1930's (The Great Depression). Which is why Labour won with a massive majority of seats.
He lost the election.
Labour were in favour of the Welfare State (NHS, National Insurance Act etc) Churchill, on the other hand, said Britain was "too poor" to introduce it and therefore shouldn't until a later date. The country wanted it to be put into place as it would help end the poverty they experienced during WW2, so they voted Labour. They also didn't trust the Conservatives (Churchill), despite leading Britain through the war, as they ran the country badly throughout the 1930's (The Great Depression). There would have probably been no Welfare State if Labour had lost.
He lost the presidential election of 2000 because he did not have enough electoral votes to win the election.
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the 1968 presidential election
Al Gore didn't lose the election; it was stolen from him through the use of the usual dirty tricks so favoured by the GOP.
Richard M. Nixon
President Obama won the election because the democrats had the most votes.
Tom Ganley lost the election. In a year that Republicans had a big advantage he still managed to lose. And spent allot of money doing it.
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George H.W. Bush lost the 1964 U.S. Senate election in Texas and the 1992 U.S. Presidential election.
He lost the 1990 election, after being Prime Minister for only two months.