List of Parliamentary constituencies in Cumbria
|Name||Turnout||Majority[nb 1]||Member of Parliament||Nearest opposition||Electoral wards||Map|
|Barrow and Furness||44,124||5,208||John Woodcock‡||John Gough†||Barrow-in-Furness Borough Council: Barrow Island, Central, Dalton North, Dalton South, Hawcoat, Hindpool, Newbarns, Ormsgill, Parkside, Risedale, Roosecote, Walney North, Walney South. South Lakeland District Council: Broughton, Crake Valley, Low Furness & Swarthmoor, Ulverston Central, Ulverston East, Ulverston North, Ulverston South, Ulverston Town, Ulverston West.|
|Carlisle||42,200||853||John Stevenson†||Michael Boaden‡||Carlisle City Council: Belah, Belle Vue, Botcherby, Burgh, Castle, Currock, Dalston, Denton Holme, Harraby, Morton, St Aidans, Stanwix Urban, Upperby, Wetheral, Yewdale.|
|Copeland||42,787||3,833||Jamie Reed‡||Chris Whiteside†||Allerdale Borough Council: Crummock, Dalton, Derwent Valley, Keswick. Copeland Borough Council: Arlecdon, Beckermet, Bootle, Bransty, Cleator Moor North, Cleator Moor South, Distington, Egremont North, Egremont South, Ennerdale, Frizington, Gosforth, Harbour, Haverigg, Hensingham, Hillcrest, Holborn Hill, Kells, Millom Without, Mirehouse, Moresby, Newtown, St Bees, Sandwith, Seascale.|
|Penrith and The Border||45,087||11,904||Rory Stewart†||Peter Thornton¤||Allerdale Borough Council: Warnell, Wigton. Carlisle City Council: Brampton, Great Corby and Geltsdale, Hayton, Irthing, Longtown & Rockcliffe, Lyne, Stanwix Rural. Eden District Council: Alston Moor, Appleby (Appleby), Appleby (Bongate), Askham, Brough, Crosby Ravensworth, Dacre, Eamont, Greystoke, Hartside, Hesket, Kirkby Stephen, Kirkby Thore, Kirkoswald, Langwathby, Lazonby, Long Marton, Morland, Orton With Tebay, Penrith Carleton, Penrith East, Penrith North, Penrith Pategill, Penrith South, Penrith West, Ravenstonedale, Shap, Skelton, Ullswater, Warcop.|
|Westmorland and Lonsdale||51,487||12,264||Tim Farron¤||Gareth McKeever†||South Lakeland District Council: Arnside & Beetham, Burneside, Burton & Holme, Cartmel, Coniston, Crooklands, Grange, Hawkshead, Holker, Kendal Castle, Kendal Far Cross, Kendal Fell, Kendal Glebelands, Kendal Heron Hill, Kendal Highgate, Kendal Kirkland, Kendal Mintsfeet, Kendal Nether, Kendal Oxenholme, Kendal Parks, Kendal Stonecross, Kendal Strickland, Kendal Underley, Kirkby Lonsdale, Lakes Ambleside, Lakes Grasmere, Levens, Lyth Valley, Milnthorpe, Natland, Sedbergh, Staveley-in-Cartmel, Staveley-in-Westmorland, Whinfell, Windermere Applethwaite, Windermere Bowness North, Windermere Bowness South, Windermere Town.|
|Workington||39,259||4,575||Tony Cunningham‡||Judith Pattinson†||Allerdale Borough Council: All Saints, Aspatria, Boltons, Broughton St Bridget’s, Christchurch, Clifton, Ellen, Ellenborough, Ewanrigg, Flimby, Harrington, Holme, Marsh, Moorclose, Moss Bay, Netherhall, St John’s, St Michael’s, Seaton, Silloth, Solway, Stainburn, Wampool, Waver, Wharrels.|
Boundary changes 
|Name[nb 2]||Pre-2010 Boundaries||Post-2010 Boundaries|
Proposals were made by the Boundary Commission for England in the 2000s to retain these 6 constituencies, with changes to realign constituency boundaries with the boundaries of current local government wards, and to reduce the electoral disparity between constituencies. These changes were implemented at the United Kingdom general election, 2010.
Proposed changes (2011) 
As part of the Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies the Boundary Commission for England has proposed making a reduction of one seat to the representation in Cumbria. The five seat Cumbria would be:
The number of votes cast for each political party and independent who fielded candidates in constituencies comprising Cumbria in the 2010 general election were as follows;
Conservative 104,466 (39.4%), Labour 81,518 (30.8%), Liberal Democrat 64,400 (24.3%), British National Party 5,989 (2.3%), UK Independence Party 5,740 (2.2%), Green Party 1,533 (0.6%), English Democrats 414 (0.2%), Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 376 (0.1%), National Democrats 263 (0.1%), Independent 245 (0.1%). Total votes: 264,944
- The majority is the number of votes the winning candidate receives more than their nearest rival.
- BC denotes borough constituency, CC denotes county constituency.
- "The Parliamentary Constituencies (England) Order 2007". Office of Public Sector Information. Crown copyright. 13 June 2007. Retrieved 7 November 2009.
- Proposals Boundary Commission for England