List of target seats in the United Kingdom general election, 2017

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The 2017 UK election was called by Theresa May on April 18th that year.[1] 'Election Polling' targeted the following as Labour's key target seats[2] and these as the Conservative seats[3]

Labour targets[4] Swing required Conservative targets[5] Swing required Liberal Democrat targets[6] Swing required
1 Gower (CON) 0.03% City of Chester (LAB) 0.09% Cambridge (LAB) 0.58%
2 Derby North (CON) 0.05% Ealing Central & Acton (LAB) 0.27% Eastbourne (CON) 0.69%
3 Croydon Central (CON) 0.16% Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk (SNP) 0.30% Lewes (CON) 1.07%
4 Vale of Clwyd (CON) 0.34% Brentford and Isleworth (LAB) 0.41% Thornbury and Yate (CON) 1.54%
5 Bury North (CON) 0.42% Halifax (LAB) 0.49% Twickenham (CON) 1.63%
6 Morley and Outwood (CON) 0.44% Wirral West (LAB) 0.50% East Dunbartonshire (SNP) 1.97%
7 Thurrock (CON) 0.54% Ilford North (LAB) 0.60% Kingston and Surbiton (CON) 2.39%
8 Plymouth Sutton and Devonport (CON) 0.55% Newcastle-under-Lyme (LAB) 0.76% St Ives (CON) 2.56%
9 Brighton Kemptown (CON) 0.76% Barrow and Furness (LAB) 0.92% Edinburgh West (SNP) 2.93%
10 Bolton West (CON) 0.82% Wolverhampton South West (LAB) 1.00% Torbay (CON) 3.42%
11 Weaver Vale (CON) 0.86% Hampstead and Kilburn (LAB) 1.05% Sutton and Cheam (CON) 3.93%
12 Telford (CON) 0.90% Enfield North (LAB) 1.18% Bath (CON) 4.06%
13 Bedford (CON) 1.19% Hove (LAB) 1.18% Burnley (LAB) 4.08%
14 Plymouth Moor View (CON) 1.20% Dewsbury (LAB) 1.35% Bermondsey and Old Southwark (LAB) 4.36%
15 Lincoln (CON) 1.54% Southport (LD) 1.50% Yeovil (CON) 4.67%
16 Peterborough (CON) 2.04% Lancaster and Fleetwood (LAB) 1.50% North East Fife (SNP) 4.80%
17 Cardiff North (CON) 2.09% Carshalton and Wallington (LD) 1.52% Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross (SNP) 5.62%
18 Sheffield Hallam (LD) 2.12% North East Derbyshire (LAB) 1.96% Colchester (CON) 5.74%
19 Corby (CON) 2.15% Richmond Park (LD) 2.25% Cheltenham (CON) 6.06%
20 Waveney (CON) 2.31% Harrow West (LAB) 2.37% Cheadle (CON) 6.08%
21 Warrington South (CON) 2.32% Bridgend (LAB) 2.44% Berwick-upon-Tweed (CON) 6.08%
22 Southampton Itchen (CON) 2.59% Middlesbrough South and Cleveland East (LAB) 2.48% Ross, Skye and Lochaber (SNP) 6.13%
23 Keighley (CON) 3.11% Westminster North (LAB) 2.50% Portsmouth South (CON) 6.25%
24 Warwickshire North (CON) 3.14% Walsall North (LAB) 2.63% Brecon and Radnorshire (CON) 6.37%
25 Carlisle (CON) 3.26% Wrexham (LAB) 2.80% Cardiff Central (LAB) 6.37%
26 Renfrewshire East (SNP) 3.28% Birmingham Northfield (LAB) 2.95% Devon North (CON) 6.44%
27 Leeds North West (LD) 3.35% Wakefield (LAB) 3.04% Wells (CON) 6.66%
SNP targets Swing required
1 Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale (CON) 0.77%
2 Orkney and Shetland (LD) 1.80%
3 Edinburgh South (LAB) 2.68%
Green Party targets Swing required Plaid Cymru targets Swing required
1 Bristol West (LAB) 4.4% Ynys Môn (LAB) 0.35%
Sinn Féin targets Swing required DUP targets Swing required
1 Fermanagh and South Tyrone (UUP) 0.52% Belfast South (SDLP) 1.16%

References[edit]

  1. ^ The GUardian
  2. ^ Election Polling I
  3. ^ Election Polling II
  4. ^ "Labour Targets". ukpollingreport.co.uk.
  5. ^ "CONSERVATIVE TARGET SEATS". ukpollingreport.co.uk. Retrieved 22 September 2013.
  6. ^ "LIBERAL DEMOCRAT TARGET SEATS". ukpollingreport.co.uk. Retrieved 22 September 2013.