Your attentive BBC monitoring service writes:
This morning on 'Farming Today' I heard a well-spoken young woman say:
'Well, me and nearly five million other people might disagree with you...'
Now, I should say the young woman in question is not a BBC employee, but an academic contributor to the programme. She was talking about a conference being held today on the subject of 'The Archers', the BBC's daily radio soap about rural life, and its relationship to real life. Apparently she is one of the academic organizers of the conference.
I mention this because while the structure in question is not new (me and most of the people I know use it quite happily), it ruffled a few feathers among other LEO contributors when we discussed the matter -- case of pronouns in conjoined subjects -- in an earlier thread.