I wonder if the amount of punting taking place in a region bears any relation to the amount of activity on their respective UKP boards?
I post on both the West Midlands and London boards and noticed that if I leave a review on the WM board it will hang around on the first page for weeks, whilst one on the London board will disappear in days.
Whilst I make no claims that this is statistically sound, I noticed that at the time of writing the last review of the front page of the WM board was 25 days old, whereas the equivalent review on the London board was 3/4 of the way down Pg.5. Population of WM region is 5.7 million, Greater London is 8.5 million, so the difference can't be explained away by population alone.
Are there fewer WGs in relation to the population in some areas, perhaps due to a lower disposable income in the general population? Does the fact that some regions have many more parlours where FS is on offer affect the number of UKP reviews as most tend to be of AW girls? Are there some regions where UKP membership is low? Or are there some regions where punters are less inclined to share their information? Do they put iodine in the water in some areas etc......I don't know, but perhaps we ought not to judge the amount of punting going on a region by the number of UKP reviews alone.