Results breakdown of the 2019 United Kingdom general election

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2019 United Kingdom general election
United Kingdom
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All 650 seats in the House of Commons
326[a] seats needed for a majority
Turnout67.3% (Decrease 1.6 pp)[1]
Party Leader % Seats ±
Conservative Boris Johnson 43.6 365 +48
Labour Jeremy Corbyn 32.2 202 -60
Liberal Democrats Jo Swinson 11.6 11 -1
SNP Nicola Sturgeon 3.9 48 +13
Green Jonathan Bartley
Siân Berry
2.7 1 0
DUP Arlene Foster 0.8 8 -2
Sinn Féin Mary Lou McDonald 0.6 7 0
Plaid Cymru Adam Price 0.5 4 0
SDLP Colum Eastwood 0.4 2 +2
Alliance Naomi Long 0.4 1 +1
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Prime Minister before Appointed Prime Minister
Boris Johnson
Conservative
Boris Johnson
Conservative

This is the results breakdown of the 2019 United Kingdom general election.[2]

Vote shares[edit]

Change in vote share
Party 2017 2019 Change
Conservative Party 42.4% 43.6% +1.2
Labour Party 40.0% 32.2% −7.8
Liberal Democrats 7.4% 11.6% +4.2
Scottish National Party 3.0% 3.9% +0.9
Green Party 1.6% 2.7% +1.1
Brexit Party New 2.0% +2.0
Other(s) 5.6% 4.1% -1.5
Total % 100.0 100.0

Results by party[edit]

e • d Results of the December 2019 general election to the House of Commons of the United Kingdom[1]
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Political party Leader Candidates MPs[3] Votes
Total Gained Lost Net Of total
(%)
Total Of total
(%)
Change
(%)
Conservative Boris Johnson 635 365 58 10 Increase48 56.2 13,966,451 43.6 +1.2
Labour Jeremy Corbyn 631 202 1 61 Decrease60 31.1 10,265,912 32.2 −7.8
Liberal Democrats Jo Swinson 611 11 3 4 Decrease1 1.7 3,696,419 11.6 +4.2
SNP Nicola Sturgeon 59 48 14 1 Increase13 7.4 1,242,380 3.9 +0.8
Green Siân Berry and Jonathan Bartley 472 1 0 0 0 0.2 835,579 2.7 +1.1
Brexit Party Nigel Farage 275 644,257 2.0 New
DUP Arlene Foster 17 8 0 2 Decrease2 1.2 244,127 0.8 −0.1
Sinn Féin Mary Lou McDonald 15 7 1 1 0 1.1 181,853 0.6 −0.2
Plaid Cymru Adam Price 36 4 0 0 0 0.6 153,265 0.5 0.0
Alliance Naomi Long 18 1 1 0 Increase1 0.2 134,115 0.4 +0.2
SDLP Colum Eastwood 15 2 2 0 Increase2 0.3 118,737 0.4 +0.1
UUP Steve Aiken 16 93,123 0.3 0.0
Yorkshire Party Christopher Whitwood 28 29,201 0.1 0.0
Scottish Green Patrick Harvie & Lorna Slater 22 28,122 0.1
Speaker Lindsay Hoyle 1 1 0.2 26,831 0.1 0.0
UKIP Patricia Mountain (interim) 44 22,817 0.1 −1.8
Ashfield Independents Jason Zadrozny 1 13,498 0.0 0.0
Liberal Steve Radford 19 10,562 0.0 0.0
The Independent Group for Change Anna Soubry 3 10,006 0.0 New
Aontú Peadar Tóibín 7 9,814 0.0 New
Monster Raving Loony Howling Laud Hope 24 9,739 0.0 0.0
People Before Profit Collective 2 7,526 0.0
Birkenhead Social Justice Frank Field 1 7,285 0.0 New
Christian Peoples Alliance Sidney Cordle 27 6,486 0.0 0.0
Heavy Woollen Independents Aleksandar Lukic 1 6,423 0.0
SDP William Clouston 20 3,295 0.0 0.0
Animal Welfare Vanessa Hudson 6 3,086 0.0 0.0
North East Party Mark Burdon 2 2,637 0.0
Lincolnshire Independent Marianne Overton 1 1,999 0.0 N/A
Green (NI) Clare Bailey 3 1,996 0.0
English Democrat Robin Tilbrook 4 1,987 0.0 0.0
Libertarian Adam Brown 5 1,780 0.0 0.0
Mebyon Kernow Dick Cole 1 1,660 0.0 0.0
Proud of Oldham and Saddleworth Paul Errock 2 1,606 0.0 New
Independent Network Ian Stephens 1 1,542 0.0 New
Gwlad Gwlad Gwyn Wigley Evans 3 1,515 0.0 New
Cynon Valley Andrew Chainey 1 1,322 0.0
Veterans and People's Robin Horsfall 2 1,219 0.0
Burnley and Padiham Party Mark Payne 1 1,162 0.0
Shropshire Party Robert Jones 1 1,141 0.0
Putting Cumbria First Jonathan Davies 1 1,070 0.0
Peace John Morris 2 971 0.0
Wycombe Independents Matt Knight 1 926 0.0
Justice & Anti-Corruption Donald Jerrard 3 728 0.0
Christian Jeff Green 2 705 0.0 0.0
Renew Julie Girling 4 545 0.0 New
Workers Revolutionary Joshua Ogunleye 5 524 0.0 0.0
BNP Adam Walker 1 510 0.0 0.0
Parties with less than 500 votes each 1 Decrease1
Blank and invalid votes
Total 3429 650 0 100 31,829,630 100 0.0
Registered voters, and turnout 47,587,254 67.30 −1.5


Seats which changed hands[edit]

79 seats changed hands as from the 2017 general election. The Conservatives won 54 from Labour and 3 from the Lib Dems and 1 from Speaker. They lost 1 to Labour, 2 to the Lib Dems, and 7 to the SNP, giving them a net gain of 48 seats. Labour lost 54 to the Conservatives and gained 1 (Putney), and lost 6 to the SNP and 1 to Speaker, giving them a net loss of 60 seats. The SNP gained 7 from the Conservatives, 6 from Labour, and 1 from the Lib Dems also losing 1 to them, making an SNP net gain of 13 seats. The Lib Dems gained 3 seats (2 Conservative and 1 SNP) and lost 4 (3 to Conservatives and 1 to SNP) leaving them 1 down. In Northern Ireland, the SDLP gained 2 (from Sinn Fein and DUP), Sinn Fein 1 (from DUP) and Alliance 1 (formerly independent Unionist).

The following is a list of the seats that changed hands. Those in normal font are changes compared to the 2017 general election. Those in italics are changes compared to who held the seat at the dissolution of Parliament.

Footnotes
  1. ^ a b c d e f Elected as Conservative in 2017
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Elected as Labour in 2017

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Given that Sinn Féin MPs do not take their seats and the Speaker and deputies do not vote, the number of MPs needed for a majority is, in practice, slightly lower. Sinn Féin won 7 seats, meaning a practical majority requires at least 320 MPs.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Results of the 2019 General Election". BBC News. Retrieved 13 December 2019.
  2. ^ Kommenda, Niko; Clarke, Seán; Hulley-Jones, Frank (13 December 2019). "UK election results 2019: Boris Johnson returned as PM with all constituencies declared". The Guardian. Retrieved 13 December 2019.
  3. ^ Tench, William. "2019 Election Candidates". Retrieved 15 November 2019.