2010 United Kingdom general election result in Cornwall
|Constituency map of Cornwall, coloured by winning party|
The results of the 2010 United Kingdom general election in Cornwall were all announced on Friday 7 May 2010. Cornwall received one new constituency for this election, bringing the total to six, after boundary changes issued by the Boundary Commission for England.
|British National Party||0||1,022||0.4||+0.4|
|Socialist Labour Party||0||168||0.1||+0.1|
Seat by seat
As a result of the creation of three new constituencies in Cornwall and boundary changes of the remaining three since the 2005 general election, notional results are used to estimate the previous party MP.
|Camborne & Redruth||Conservative||George Eustice||66||Conservative gain from Lib Dem||5.2% from Liberal Democrats to Conservative|
|North Cornwall||Liberal Democrat||Dan Rogerson||2,981||Lib Dem hold||0.3% from Liberal Democrats to Conservative|
|South East Cornwall||Conservative||Sheryll Murray||3,220||Conservative gain from Lib Dem||9.1% from Liberal Democrats to Conservative|
|St Austell & Newquay||Liberal Democrat||Steve Gilbert||1,312||Lib Dem hold||4.8% from Liberal Democrats to Conservative|
|St Ives||Liberal Democrat||Andrew George||1,719||Lib Dem hold||10.4% from Liberal Democrats to Conservative|
|Truro & Falmouth||Conservative||Sarah Newton||435||Conservative gain from Lib Dem||5.0% from Liberal Democrats to Conservative|
Results by constituency
- Election 2010 United Kingdom - National Results BBC News
- "Seats South West". UK Polling Report. Retrieved 2001-05-12.
- BBC News - Election 2010 Results - St Ives
- BBC News - Election 2010 Results - Truro & Falmouth
- BBC News - Election 2010 Results - Cornwall South East
- BBC News - Election 2010 Results - Camborne & Redruth
- BBC News - Election 2010 Results - St Austell & Newquay
- BBC News - Election 2010 Results - Cornwall North