Barbadian general election, 1971
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General elections were held in Barbados on 9 September 1971. After the previous election had been held using two-member constituencies, this election saw the system revert to single-member constituencies. The result was a victory for the Democratic Labour Party, which won 18 of the 24 seats. Voter turnout was 81.6%, the highest in the country's history.
|Democratic Labour Party||53,295||57.4||18||+4|
|Barbados Labour Party||39,376||42.4||6||-2|
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