United Kingdom general election, 2010 (Bristol)
|Constituency map of Bristol, coloured by winning party|
These are the results of the United Kingdom general election, 2010 in the city of Bristol in England. The 2010 General Election was held on 6 May 2010 and all three main UK parties saw success in different parts of the city.
At the 2005 General Election, three of the Bristol seats returned Labour Party MPs, while one returned a Liberal Democrat for the very first time.
For individual results see Results of the United Kingdom general election, 2010.
|Party||MPs||+/-||Seats Contested||Votes||%||+/- %|
|United Kingdom Independence Party||4||4,604||2.31||+0.19%|
|British National Party||2||3,699||1.86||N/A|
|Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition||2||390||0.20||N/A|
Seat by seat
|Bristol North West||Conservative||Charlotte Leslie||3,274||Conservative gain from Labour||8.9% from Liberal Democrats to Conservative|
|Bristol West||Liberal Democrat||Stephen Williams||11,366||Lib Dem hold||9.0% from Labour to Lib Dems|
|Bristol South||Labour||Dawn Primarolo||4,734||Labour Party hold||7.5% from Labour to Liberal Democrats|
|Bristol East||Labour||Kerry McCarthy||3,722||Labour Party hold||4.5% from Labour to Conservative|
- 2005 United Kingdom general election results in Bristol*Bristol City Council elections, 2010
- History of local government in Bristol
- Politics of Bristol
- Constituencies surrounding Bristol
- Next United Kingdom general election