Results of the 2019 European Parliament election in the United Kingdom

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The United Kingdom's component of the 2019 European Parliament election was held on Thursday 23 May 2019 and the local results were to be announced after 22:00 BST on Sunday 26 May 2019 when all the other EU countries had voted although the counting of votes started at 18:00 BST on that evening. The nine English regions and Wales announced their regional results overnight.[1] Local results were also announced overnight in all Scottish council areas with the single exception of Na h-Eileanan Siar (Western Isles), which did not count their votes until the following morning due to local opposition to counting on the Sabbath. Thus the Scottish national declaration did not take place until around lunchtime on Monday 27 May.[2] Northern Ireland also did not start to count their votes until the Monday morning as votes are by tradition not counted here on Sunday either, as a religious observance. Furthermore, due to the use of the single transferable vote (STV), it was expected that counting could take up to two days,[3] but in the event it was completed on 27 May.

In the election there were a total of 373 voting areas across twelve regions, using the same boundaries as used in all previous European Parliamentary elections since 1999, under the provisions of the European Parliamentary Elections Act 2002, with votes counted at local authority level. In England the 317 local government districts were used as the voting areas; these consist of all unitary authorities, all metropolitan boroughs, all shire districts, the London boroughs, the City of London and the Isles of Scilly. The nine regions of England which make up the regional constituencies were then used to count the votes, with Gibraltar being regarded as part of South West England. Northern Ireland due to using a different form of Proportional representation than the rest of the UK was a single voting area and national constituency. In Scotland the 32 Scottish council areas were used as voting areas within its single national constituency whilst in Wales the 22 Welsh council areas were used as the voting areas within its single national constituency.

Overview[edit]

Results by country/region (left) and by local authority areas (right)
Results of the 2019 European Parliament election in the United Kingdom[4]
Party Alliance Votes Seats
Number % +/- Seats +/- %
Brexit Party EFDD 5,248,533 30.5 new party 29 new party 39.7
Liberal Democrats ALDE 3,367,284 19.6 13.013.0 16 1515 21.9
Labour Party S&D 2,347,255 13.7 -10.810.8 10 -1010 13.7
Green Party of England and Wales G/EFA 1,881,306 11.8 4.04.0 7 44 9.6
Conservative Party ECR 1,512,809 8.8 -14.314.3 4 -1515 5.5
Scottish National Party G/EFA 594,553 3.5 1.11.1 3 11 4.1
Plaid Cymru G/EFA 163,928 1.0 0.30.3 1 0 1.4
Sinn Féin GUE/NGL 126,951 0.7 -0.20.2 1 0 1.4
DUP NI 124,991 0.7 -0.10.1 1 0 1.4
Alliance Party of Northern Ireland ALDE 105,928 0.6 0.30.3 1 11 1.4
Change UK EPP[party 1] 571,846 3.3 new party 0 new party 0
UK Independence Party N/A 554,463 3.2 -23.423.4 0 -2424 0
Scottish Green Party G/EFA 129,603 0.8 0.10.1 0 0 0
SDLP S&D 78,589 0.5 -0.0020.0 0 0 0
Traditional Unionist Voice NI 62,021 0.4 -0.10.1 0 0 0
Ulster Unionist Party ECR 53,052 0.3 -0.20.2 0 -11 0
Yorkshire Party G/EFA 50,842 0.3 0.20.2 0 0 0
English Democrats N/A 39,938 0.2 -0.60.6 0 0 0
UK European Union Party N/A 33,576 0.2 new party 0 new party 0
Animal Welfare Party N/A 25,232 0.2 0.0010.0 0 0 0
Women's Equality Party N/A 23,766 0.1 new party 0 new party 0
Green Party in Northern Ireland G/EFA 12,471 0.1 0.0010.0 0 0 0
Independent Network N/A 7,641 <0.1 new party 0 0 0
Socialist Party of Great Britain N/A 3,505 <0.1 0.0010.0 0 0 0
Independent N/A 80,280 0.5 0.50.5 0 0 0
Valid votes 17,199,701
Rejected votes
Overall turnout
  1. ^ Change UK's sole MEP before the election, Richard Ashworth, was a member of the EPP group.


Seats by constituency[edit]

Constituency Elected MEPs
East Midlands
Brx
Brx
Brx
LD
Lab
 
East of England
Brx
Brx
Brx
LD
LD
Grn
Con
 
London
Brx
Brx
LD
LD
LD
Lab
Lab
Grn
 
North East England
Brx
Brx
Lab
 
North West England
Brx
Brx
Brx
LD
LD
Lab
Lab
Grn
 
South East England
Brx
Brx
Brx
Brx
LD
LD
LD
Lab
Grn
Con
South West England
Brx
Brx
Brx
LD
LD
Grn
 
West Midlands
Brx
Brx
Brx
LD
Lab
Grn
Con
 
Yorkshire and the Humber
Brx
Brx
Brx
LD
Lab
Grn
 
Scotland
Brx
LD
Con
SNP
SNP
SNP
 
Wales
Brx
Brx
Lab
PC
 
Northern Ireland
SF
DUP
APNI
 

Vote share by constituency[edit]

Party East Midlands East of England London North East England North West England South East England South West England West Midlands Yorkshire and the Humber Scotland Wales
Brexit 38.2 37.8 14.8 38.7 31.2 36.1 36.7 37.7 36.5 14.8 32.5
Liberal Democrats 17.2 22.6 27.2 16.8 17.2 25.8 23.1 16.3 15.5 13.8 13.6
Labour 13.9 8.7 23.9 19.4 21.9 7.3 6.5 17.0 16.3 9.3 15.3
Green 10.5 12.7 12.5 8.1 12.5 13.5 18.1 10.7 13.0 8.2 6.3
Conservative 10.7 10.3 7.8 6.8 7.6 10.3 8.7 10.0 7.2 11.6 6.5
SNP 37.8
Plaid Cymru 19.6

Best and worst results for each party[edit]

Brexit Liberal Democrat Labour Green Conservative SNP
Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Castle Point 58.7 Gibraltar 77.4 Newham 51.0 Brighton & Hove 35.5 Dumfries & Galloway 21.1 Dundee 46.1
2 Boston 56.1 Richmond upon Thames 52.3 Leicester 47.0 Bristol 35.1 South Ayrshire 20.5 West Dunbartonshire 45.5
3 South Holland 55.2 Kingston upon Thames 47.2 Blackburn with Darwen 44.1 Stroud 28.3 Perth & Kinross 19.5 North Lanarkshire 45.4
4 Tendring 54.3 St Albans 45.0 Barking and Dagenham 40.7 Exeter 27.2 Scottish Borders 18.8 Glasgow 43.9
5 East Lindsey 53.8 Cambridge 43.5 Liverpool 40.3 Norwich 26.0 Aberdeenshire 18.0 Na h-Eileanan Siar 43.7
6 Great Yarmouth 53.0 City of London 40.5 Knowsley 40.0 Sheffield 24.8 Hertsmere 17.7 Falkirk 43.0
7 Rochford 52.8 Winchester 40.4 Tower Hamlets 37.9 Isles of Scilly 24.8 East Renfrewshire 17.5 Inverclyde 41.9
8 Hartlepool 52.7 Vale of White Horse 40.4 Slough 37.7 Cambridge 23.6 Moray 17.5 Renfrewshire 41.6
9 North East Lincolnshire 51.9 Oxford 40.3 Manchester 37.2 Hackney 23.1 Angus 17.2 North Ayrshire 41.6
10 Fenland 51.9 Elmbridge 38.9 Brent 36.6 Mendip 22.8 South Bucks 15.2 East Ayrshire 41.1
Worst 1 Hackney 6.0 Gwynedd 6.3 Waverley 2.5 Merthyr Tydfil 3.1 Knowsley 1.9 Orkney 24.2
2 Haringey 7.5 Blaenau Gwent 6.6 Mole Valley 2.7 Blaenau Gwent 4.0 Liverpool 2.0 Shetland 25.9
3 Gibraltar 8.0 North Lanarkshire 6.9 Hart 2.8 Neath Port Talbot 4.7 Islington 2.4 Dumfries & Galloway 27.8
4 Lambeth 8.4 Sandwell 7.2 Scottish Borders 2.8 Anglesey 4.7 Gibraltar 2.7 Scottish Borders 28.3
5 Edinburgh 9.4 West Dunbartonshire 7.3 Cotswold 2.8 Carmarthenshire 4.8 Caerphilly 2.7 Aberdeenshire 31.4
6 Glasgow 9.8 Na h-Eileanan Siar 7.4 East Hampshire 3.0 Rhondda Cynon Taf 5.0 Kingston upon Hull 2.9 East Lothian 32.6
7 Islington 9.8 Boston 7.8 Perth and Kinross 3.0 Gibraltar 5.0 Merthyr Tydfil 2.9 Edinburgh 33.3
8 Tower Hamlets 10.1 North Ayrshire 7.9 Aberdeenshire 3.0 Gwynedd 5.1 Blaenau Gwent 3.0 East Renfrewshire 33.6
9 Camden 10.5 East Ayrshire 8.0 Chichester 3.1 North Lanarkshire 5.1 Hackney 3.1 Moray 34.1
10 Southwark 10.9 Carmarthenshire 8.0 South Somerset 3.2 Inverclyde 5.2 Manchester 3.2 South Ayrshire 34.2
Plaid Cymru Change UK UKIP
Local authority % Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Gwynedd 50.8 Lambeth 8.1 Sunderland 9.1
2 Ceredigion 37.2 City of London 7.9 Hartlepool 8.9
3 Anglesey 35.9 Barnet 7.8 Ashfield 7.8
4 Carmarthenshire 31.3 Wandsworth 7.4 Boston 7.4
5 Rhondda Cynon Taf 21.9 South Cambridgeshire 7.1 Redcar & Cleveland 7.4
6 Cardiff 20.2 Westminster 6.6 Bolsover 7.2
7 Conwy 20.0 Kensington & Chelsea 6.6 South Holland 7.2
8 Neath Port Talbot 19.1 Camden 6.5 Bassetlaw 7.2
9 Denbighshire 18.0 Hammersmith & Fulham 6.5 Tamworth 7.2
10 Caerphilly 18.0 Hertsmere 6.0 Stoke-on-Trent 7.2
Worst 1 Newport 9.5 Gibraltar 0.8 Gibraltar 0.9
2 Flintshire 10.7 Orkney 1.2 Lambeth 0.9
3 Monmouthshire 10.8 Shetland 1.2 Haringey 1.0
4 Torfaen 10.9 Gwynedd 1.4 Hackney 1.0
5 Powys 12.2 Ceredigion 1.4 Brighton & Hove 1.0
6 Blaenau Gwent 12.9 Dundee 1.5 Edinburgh 1.1
7 Wrexham 14.0 Blackburn with Darwen 1.6 Oxford 1.1
8 Swansea 15.0 Highland 1.6 Camden 1.1
9 Bridgend 15.1 Na h-Eileanan Siar 1.6 Wandsworth 1.1
10 Vale of Glamorgan 15.3 Clackmannanshire 1.6 City of London 1.2

England[edit]

East Midlands (5 seats)[edit]

Map showing highest polling party by counting area in the East Midlands electoral region.
European Election 2019: East Midlands[5]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Brexit Party Annunziata Rees-Mogg, Jonathan Bullock, Matthew Patten
Tracy Knowles, Anna Bailey
452,321
(150,773.7)
38.23 +38.23
Liberal Democrat William Newton Dunn
Michael Mullaney, Lucy Care, Suzanna Austin, Caroline Kenyon
203,989 17.24 +11.82
Labour Rory Palmer
Leonie Mathers, Tony Tinley, Nicole Ndiweni, Gary Godden
164,682 13.92 -11.01
Conservative Emma McClarkin, Rupert Matthews, Tony Harper, Brendan Clarke-Smith, Thomas Randall 126,138 10.66 -15.33
Green Kat Boettge, Gerhard Lohmann-Bond, Liam McClelland, Daniel Wimberley, Simon Tooke 124,630 10.53 +4.55
UKIP Alan Graves, Marietta King, Anil Bhatti, Fran Loi, John Evans 58,198 4.92 -27.98
Change UK Kate Godfrey, Joan Laplana, Narinder Sharma, Pankajkumar Gulab, Emma Manley 41,117 3.47 +3.47
Independent Network Nick Byatt, Marianne Overton, Daniel Simpson, Pearl Clarke, Nikki Dillon 7,641 0.65
Independent Simon Rood 4,511 0.38
Turnout 1,183,227 34.9 +1.7

The East Midlands electoral region is broken down into 40 local council areas.

District[6] Voter turnout,
of eligible
Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK Others
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Amber Valley 36.5% 14,246 40.0 5,419 15.2 4,344 12.2 4,276 12.0 4,001 11.2 1,911 5.4 1,100 3.1 276 0.8
Ashfield 30.5% 13,946 49.4 2,799 9.9 3,424 12.1 1,988 7.0 1,698 6.0 2,215 7.8 1,313 4.7 850 3.0
Bassetlaw 32.5% 12,977 47.1 3,168 11.5 4,127 15.0 2.007 7.3 2301 8.4 1,973 7.2 760 2.8 236 0.9
Blaby 33.4% 10,312 41.5 4,117 16.6 2,352 9.5 2,728 11.0 3,192 12.8 1,128 4.5 850 3.4 192 0.8
Bolsover 26.9% 7,612 48.5 1,521 9.7 2,564 16.3 1,133 7.2 889 5.7 1,127 7.2 563 3.6 302 1.9
Boston 32.7% 7,544 56.1 1,049 7.8 933 6.9 717 5.3 1,757 13.1 996 7.4 296 2.2 158 1.2
Broxtowe 39.2% 11,668 35.6 6,802 20.8 3,927 12.0 4,385 13.4 2,883 8.8 1,307 4.0 1,542 4.7 244 0.7
Charnwood 33.3% 14,940 34.5 8,272 19.1 5,346 12.4 5,522 12.8 5,580 12.9 1,745 4.0 1,567 3.6 287 0.7
Chesterfield 32.2% 9,783 39.3 4,590 18.4 4,158 16.7 2,500 10.0 1,435 5.8 1,388 5.6 811 3.3 214 0.9
Corby 35.0% 6,299 40.2 1,829 11.7 3,620 23.1 1,196 7.6 1,147 7.3 836 5.3 594 3.8 142 0.9
Daventry 41.9% 10,339 39.5 5,382 20.5 1,508 5.8 2,933 11.2 3,609 13.8 1,049 4.0 1,174 4.5 206 0.8
Derby 31.8% 18,075 33.3 10,562 19.5 9,885 18.2 4,986 9.2 4,925 9.1 3,950 7.3 1,520 2.8 395 0.7
Derbyshire Dales 44.9% 8,669 34.0 6,192 24.3 1,694 6.6 3,791 14.9 3,165 12.4 936 3.7 915 3.6 148 0.6
East Lindsey 35.2% 20,454 53.8 4,208 11.1 2,372 6.2 2,509 6.6 4,520 11.9 2,543 6.7 938 2.5 478 1.3
East Northamptonshire 38.7% 10,958 41.3 5,328 20.1 1,784 6.7 2,624 9.9 3,510 13.2 1,235 4.7 881 3.3 204 0.8
Erewash 34.2% 11,834 40.3 4,622 15.7 3,666 12.5 3,043 10.4 3,540 12.1 1,491 5.1 921 3.1 244 0.8
Gedling 36.5% 11,788 37.0 5,518 17.3 4,799 15.1 3,998 12.6 2,807 8.8 1,518 4.8 1,166 3.7 257 0.8
Harborough 40.3% 9,848 35.6 6,681 24.2 1,550 5.6 3,329 12.0 4,083 14.8 944 3.4 1,023 3.7 177 0.6
High Peak 39.0% 8,946 31.9 6,058 21.6 3,981 14.2 4,616 16.4 2,310 8.2 1,089 3.9 911 3.2 164 0.6
Hinckley & Bosworth 34.1% 12,651 43.3 6,869 23.5 1,700 5.8 2,357 8.1 3,209 11.0 1,506 5.2 739 2.5 177 0.6
Kettering 37.5% 10,987 41.1 4,473 16.7 2,769 10.3 2,787 10.4 3,228 12.1 1,302 4.9 961 3.6 254 0.9
Leicester 32.6% 11,464 16.1 10,330 14.5 33,449 47.0 6,503 9.1 5,270 7.4 2,201 3.1 1,609 2.3 352 0.5
Lincoln 32.4% 7,343 38.0 3,339 17.3 3,002 15.3 2,443 12.6 1,586 8.2 875 4.5 525 2.7 202 1.0
Mansfield 28.8% 11,108 50.2 1,964 8.9 3,425 15.5 1,313 5.9 1,660 7.5 1,519 6.9 743 3.4 385 1.7
Melton 36.7% 5,962 42.2 2,412 17.1 758 5.4 1,860 13.2 1,817 12.9 660 4.7 519 3.7 151 1.1
Newark and Sherwood 36.6% 13,406 41.4 5,626 17.4 2,898 9.0 3,206 9.9 4,157 12.9 1,571 4.9 1,137 3.5 345 1.1
North East Derbyshire 33.6% 11,293 42.9 4,017 15.3 3,329 12.7 2,527 9.6 2,810 10.7 1,363 5.2 782 3.0 191 0.7
Northampton 36.9% 19,781 37.3 8,704 16.4 8,242 15.5 5,558 10.5 5,472 10.3 2,499 4.7 2,393 4.5 438 0.8
North Kesteven 34.4% 14,201 47.0 4,649 15.4 1,608 5.3 2,385 7.9 3,523 11.7 1,398 4.6 1,038 3.4 1,394 4.6
North West Leicestershire 32.7% 11,019 43.3 4,168 16.4 2,350 9.2 2,520 9.9 2,873 11.3 1,292 5.1 999 3.9 218 0.9
Nottingham 30.8% 15,798 25.8 9,448 15.4 18,194 29.7 8,714 14.2 3,650 6.0 2,770 4.5 2,182 3.6 475 0.8
Oadby and Wigston 33.6% 4,757 33.6 3,576 25.2 1,834 12.9 1,250 8.8 1,677 11.8 592 4.2 401 2.8 82 0.6
Rushcliffe 45.0% 10,503 27.2 10,580 27.3 3,270 8.5 6,024 15.6 5,085 13.1 1,056 2.7 1,851 4.8 315 0.8
Rutland 40.0% 4,176 36.1 2,892 25.0 487 4.2 1,499 13.0 1,581 13.7 377 3.3 424 3.7 121 1.0
South Derbyshire 31.7% 9,976 40.5 3,971 16.1 2,509 10.2 2,318 9.4 3,114 12.6 1,430 5.8 1,112 4.5 192 0.8
South Holland 32.1% 11,445 55.2 1,949 9.4 902 4.3 1,306 13.5 2,800 13.5 1,499 7.2 594 2.9 257 1.1
South Kesteven 36.6% 16,196 42.5 6,689 17.6 2,333 6.1 3,735 9.8 5,183 13.6 1,782 4.7 1,474 3.9 683 1.8
South Northamptonshire 42.8% 10,698 36.3 6,595 22.4 1,508 5.1 3,842 13.0 4,285 14.5 962 3.3 1,323 4.5 255 0.9
Wellingborough 36.2% 7,901 39.5 3,065 15.3 2,561 12.8 1,994 10.0 2,536 12.7 1,036 5.2 721 3.6 183 0.9
West Lindsey 34.7% 11,415 45.4 4,556 18.1 1,520 6.0 2,208 8.8 3,270 13.0 1,127 4.5 745 3.0 308 1.2

East of England (7 seats)[edit]

Map showing highest polling party by counting area in the East of England electoral region.
European election 2019: East of England[7]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Brexit Party Richard Tice, Michael Heaver, June Mummery
Paul Hearn, Priscilla Huby, Sean Lever, Edmund Fordham
604,715
(201,571.7)
37.83
Liberal Democrat Barbara Gibson, Lucy Nethsingha
Fionna Tod, Stephen Robinson, Sandy Walkington, Marie Goldman, Jules Ewart
361,563
(180,781.5)
22.62 +15.76
Green Catherine Rowett
Rupert Read, Martin Schmierer, Fiona Radic, Paul Jeater, Pallavi Devulapalli, Jeremy Caddick
202,460 12.67 +4.20
Conservative Geoffrey Van Orden
John Flack, Joe Rich, Thomas McLaren, Joel Charles, Wazz Mughal, Thomas Smith
163,830 10.25 -18.12
Labour Alex Mayer, Chris Vince, Sharon Taylor, Alvin Shum, Anna Smith, Adam Scott, Javeria Hussain 139,490 8.73 -8.53
Change UK Emma Taylor, Neil Carmichael, Bhavna Joshi, Michelle de Vries, Amanda Gummer, Thomas Graham, Roger Casale 58,274 3.65
UKIP Stuart Agnew, Paul Oakley, Elizabeth Jones, William Ashpole, Alan Graves, John Wallace, John Whitby 54,676 3.42 -31.06
English Democrat Robin Tilbrook, Charles Vickers, Bridget Vickers, Paul Wiffen 10,217 0.64 -0.41
Independent Attila Csordas 3,230 0.20
Turnout 1,598,455 36.5[8]

The East of England electoral region is broken down into 45 local council areas.

District[9] Turnout[10] Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK Others
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Babergh 39% 11,355 41.3 5,590 20.3 1,347 4.9 4,494 16.3 2,729 9.9 873 3.2 893 3.2 216 0.8
Basildon 31% 20,843 50.5 5,536 13.4 3,807 9.2 3,424 8.3 3,975 9.6 2,052 5.0 1,257 3.0 359 0.9
Bedford 36% 13,868 32.5 10,924 25.6 5,307 12.4 5,115 12.0 4,194 9.8 1,254 2.9 1,658 3.9 365 0.9
Braintree 33% 16,590 44.7 6,317 17.0 2,211 6.0 5,054 13.6 4,009 10.8 1,336 3.6 1,203 3.2 368 1.0
Breckland 35% 15,626 45.8 5,121 15.0 2,113 6.2 4,220 12.4 3,971 11.7 1,656 4.9 1,014 3.0 364 1.1
Brentwood 30% 9,486 43.2 5,219 23.8 1,002 4.6 2,115 9.6 2,582 11.8 668 3.0 695 3.2 170 0.8
Broadland 37% 14,662 39.4 8,733 23.5 2,375 6.4 4,797 12.9 3,874 10.4 1,361 3.7 1,168 3.1 269 0.7
Broxbourne 32% 9,890 44.7 3,186 14.4 2,528 11.4 1,837 8.3 2,884 13.0 843 3.8 748 3.4 207 0.9
Cambridge 48% 5,064 12.7 17,328 43.5 4,551 11.4 9,408 23.6 1,499 3.8 482 1.2 1,323 3.3 151 0.4
Castle Point 32% 12,821 58.7 2,123 9.7 1,237 5.7 1,517 6.9 2,122 9.7 1,194 5.5 662 3.0 183 0.8
Central Bedfordshire 36% 27,102 37.2 14,800 20.3 5,161 7.1 9,462 13.0 9,236 12.7 2,938 4.0 3,492 4.8 637 0.9
Chelmsford 37% 19,113 40.4 13,572 28.7 2,237 4.7 4,503 9.5 4,639 9.8 1,351 2.9 1,555 3.3 282 0.6
Colchester 35% 17,034 37.2 11,114 24.3 3,401 7.4 6,707 14.7 4,175 9.1 1,368 3.0 1,637 3.6 311 0.7
Dacorum 39% 13,427 31.8 13,120 31.1 3,049 7.2 5,134 12.2 4,651 11.0 1,127 2.7 1,435 3.4 281 0.7
East Cambridgeshire 38% 8,057 33.7 7,027 29.4 1,104 4.6 3,408 14.3 2,528 10.6 667 2.8 933 3.9 171 0.7
East Hertfordshire 40% 14,374 34.0 11,090 26.2 2,234 5.3 6,592 15.6 4,953 11.7 1,069 2.5 1,629 3.9 318 0.8
East Suffolk 40% 27,745 39.3 13,893 19.7 4,818 6.8 11,829 16.8 7,758 11.0 2,283 3.2 2,132 3.0 662 0.9
Epping Forest 36% 16,018 45.0 6,626 18.6 2,317 6.5 3,695 10.4 4,260 12.0 1,178 3.3 1,247 3.5 263 0.7
Fenland 31% 11,486 51.9 2,526 11.4 1,270 5.7 1,767 8.0 2,901 13.1 1,260 5.7 691 3.1 236 1.1
Great Yarmouth 31% 11,552 53.0 2,079 9.5 2,236 10.3 1,748 8.0 2,114 9.7 1,267 5.8 562 2.6 230 1.1
Harlow 30% 7,737 43.6 2,172 12.2 3,037 17.1 1,589 9.0 1,633 9.2 899 5.1 502 2.8 165 0.9
Hertsmere 36% 8,145 30.9 6,062 23.0 2,443 9.3 2,559 9.7 4,673 17.7 724 2.7 1,575 6.0 213 0.8
Huntingdonshire 38% 18,494 37.8 11,343 23.2 2,738 5.6 6,313 12.9 5,690 11.6 1,652 3.4 2,281 4.7 420 0.9
Ipswich 34% 11,367 36.7 5,383 17.4 5,095 16.4 4,164 13.4 2,669 8.6 1,208 3.9 825 2.7 269 0.9
King's Lynn and West Norfolk 34% 17,865 47.4 5,248 13.9 2,505 6.6 4,052 10.7 4,516 12.0 1,769 4.7 1,386 3.7 379 1.0
Luton 28% 10,026 28.1 5,030 14.1 12,878 36.1 2,659 7.4 2,499 7.0 1,197 3.4 1,120 3.1 283 0.8
Maldon 35% 8,436 47.2 3,132 17.5 745 4.2 2,061 11.5 1,945 10.9 692 3.9 699 3.9 165 0.9
Mid Suffolk 39% 12,417 40.5 5,924 19.3 1,384 4.5 5,565 18.2 3,320 10.8 1,009 3.3 803 2.6 234 0.8
North Hertfordshire 41% 10,719 26.8 12,595 31.5 3,261 8.2 6,149 15.4 4,324 10.8 924 2.3 1,640 4.1 368 0.9
North Norfolk 39% 13,400 41.7 8,966 27.9 1,236 3.8 3,279 10.2 2,866 8.9 1,325 4.1 760 2.4 320 1.0
Norwich 39% 7,820 21.3 8,800 24.0 6,239 17.0 9,529 26.0 1,915 5.2 949 2.6 1197 3.3 268 0.7
Peterborough 35% 16,196 38.3 6,491 15.4 7,272 17.2 4,563 10.8 4,594 10.9 1,537 3.6 1,277 3.0 349 0.8
Rochford 36% 12,396 52.8 3,276 13.9 1,083 4.6 2,478 10.5 2,201 9.4 985 4.2 773 3.3 298 1.3
South Cambridgeshire 48% 13,174 23.9 20,975 38.1 2,675 4.9 8,351 15.2 4,685 8.5 1,018 1.8 3,906 7.1 316 0.6
Southend-on-Sea 33% 18,032 42.1 8,085 18.9 4,255 9.9 5,214 12.2 3,849 9.0 1,582 3.7 1,465 3.4 390 0.9
South Norfolk 39% 14,288 35.3 9,495 23.5 2,305 5.7 6,547 16.2 4,774 11.8 1,255 3.1 1,421 3.5 359 0.9
St Albans 47% 10,590 21.5 22,232 45.0 2,752 5.6 6,010 12.2 4,583 9.3 717 1.5 2,235 4.5 239 0.5
Stevenage 35% 7,736 34.9 3,803 17.4 3,890 17.8 2,329 10.7 2,391 10.9 767 3.5 848 3.9 202 0.9
Tendring 36% 21,410 54.3 5,016 12.7 2,523 6.4 3,499 8.9 3,282 8.3 2,190 5.6 1,086 2.8 445 1.1
Three Rivers 38% 8,486 33.9 7,707 30.8 1,680 6.7 2,727 10.9 2,725 10.9 682 2.7 925 3.7 130 0.5
Thurrock 30% 17,573 51.7 2,909 8.6 5,080 15.0 2,159 6.4 2,623 7.7 1,947 5.7 1,093 3.2 587 1.7
Uttlesford 40% 10,137 37.8 7.645 28.5 890 3.3 3,460 12.9 2,838 10.6 577 2.2 1,066 4.0 198 0.7
Watford 36% 6,189 27.2 7,806 34.3 3,617 15.9 2,128 9.4 1,632 7.2 568 2.5 682 3.0 123 0.5
Welwyn Hatfield 38% 9,597 33.3 8,080 28.1 2,854 9.9 2,983 10.4 3,294 11.4 774 2.7 1,015 3.5 206 0.7
West Suffolk 36% 16,472 39.7 7,464 18.0 2,748 6.6 5,807 14.0 5,255 12.7 1,502 3.6 1,760 4.2 478 1.2

London (8 seats)[edit]

Map showing highest polling party by counting area in the Greater London electoral region.
European election 2019: London[11]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Irina Von Wiese, Dinesh Dhamija, Luisa Manon Porritt
Jonathan Fryer, Hussain Khan, Helen Cross, Graham Colley, Rabina Khan
608,725
(202,908.3)
27.2 +20.5
Labour Claude Moraes, Seb Dance
Katy Clark, Laura Parker, Murad Qureshi, Taranjit Kaur Chana, James Beckles, Sanchia Alasia
536,810
(268,405)
23.9 -12.8
Brexit Party Benyamin Habib, Lance Graham Forman
Graham Shore, Alka Cuthbert, Jimi Ogunnusi, Simon Marcus, Mehrtash A'zami, Aileen Quinton
400,257
(200,128.5)
17.9
Green Scott Ainslie
Gulnar Hasnain, Shahrar Ali, Rachel Collinson, Eleanor Margolies, Remco van der Stoep, Kirsten De Keyser, Peter Underwood
278,957 12.5 +3.6
Conservative Syed Kamall, Charles Tannock, Joy Morrissey, Tim Barnes, Scott Pattenden, Attic Rahman, Kirsty Finlayson, Luke Parker 177,964 7.8 -14.6
Change UK Gavin Esler, Jacek Rostowski, Carole Tongue, Annabel Mullin, Karen Newman, Nora Mulready, Jessica Simor, Haseeb Ur-Rehman 117,635 5.25
UKIP Gerard Batten, Richard Braine, Peter Muswell, Freddy Vachha, Robert Stephenson, Peter McIlvenna, John Poynton, Ronie Johnson 46,497 2.1 -14.8
Animal Welfare Vanessa Hudson, Jane Smith, Sam Morland, Ranjan Joshi, Mina Da Rui, Jonathan Homan, Simon Gouldman 25,232 1.13 +0.17
Women’s Equality Catherine Mayer, Bea Gare, Nanci Hogan, Aliyah Dunbar-Hussain, Hannah Barham-Brown, Alison Marshall, Olivia Vincenti, Leyla Mohan 23,766 1.06
UK EU Pierre Kirk, Richard Stevens, Saleyha Ahsan, Anna Novikova, Angela Antetomaso, Richard Boardman 18,806 0.84
Independent Claudia Mcdowell 1,036 0.05
Independent Daze Aghaji 1,018 0.05
Independent Roger Hallam 924 0.04
Independent Kofi Klu 869 0.04
Independent Andrea Venzon 731 0.03
Independent Mike Shad 707 0.03
Independent Zoe Lafferty 436 0.02
Independent Andrew Medhurst 430 0.02
Independent Alan Kirkby 401 0.02
Independent Ian Sowden 254 0.01
Independent Henry Muss 226 0.01
Turnout 2,241,681 41.3%[12]

The Greater London electoral region is broken down into 33 local council areas.

District Turnout[13] Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK Others
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Barking and Dagenham[14] 37,929 31.6% 11,014 29.0 3,105 8.2 15,449 40.7 1,966 5.2 1,978 5.2 1,899 5.0 928 2.4 1,590 4.4
Barnet [15][16] 96,549 42.5% 17,089 17.7 27,423 28.4 15,980 16.6 9,761 10.1 13,868 14.4 1,624 1.7 7,491 7.8 3,313 3.4
Bexley[17] 63,719 37.7% 26,369 41.4 9,198 14.4 8,489 13.3 5,025 7.9 7,076 11.1 3,002 4.7 2,352 3.7 2,208 3.5
Brent[18][19] 69,894 35.5% 8,014 11.5 16,141 23.1 25,565 36.6 6,398 9.2 7,037 10.1 1,337 4.1 2,859 4.1 2,543 3.6
Bromley[20] 100,467 43.2% 31,292 31.1 26,912 26.8 8,629 8.6 11,835 11.8 11,051 11.0 2,585 2.6 5,031 5.0 3,132 3.1
Camden[21][22] 60,273 44.8% 6,350 10.5 21,635 35.9 13,564 22.5 9,582 15.9 2,991 5.0 665 1.1 3,932 6.5 1,554 2.6
City of London[23] 3,201 54.0% 504 15.7 1,298 40.5 348 10.9 464 14.5 196 6.1 38 1.2 253 7.9 100 3.1
Croydon[24] 96,077 38.4% 20,728 21.6 21,289 22.2 22,375 23.3 10,629 11.1 10,139 10.6 2,480 2.6 4,636 4.8 3,801 4.0
Ealing[25] 99,183 45.5% 12,858 13.0 25,876 26.1 31,881 32.1 10,519 10.6 7,416 7.5 1,744 1.8 4,961 5.0 3,928 4.0
Enfield[26] 75,391 38.4% 14,650 19.4 15,716 20.8 22,843 30.3 7,764 10.3 6,501 8.6 1,785 2.4 3,487 4.6 2,645 3.5
Greenwich[27] 70,359 40.1% 14,374 20.4 16,769 23.8 17,602 25.0 9,045 12.9 3,923 5.6 1,917 2.7 3,972 5.6 2,757 3.9
Hackney[28] 68,027 41.7% 4,097 6.0 15,966 23.5 23,825 35.0 15,703 23.1 2,109 3.1 686 1.0 3,669 5.4 1,972 2.9
Hammersmith and Fulham[29] 50,606 45.1% 7,123 14.1 17,344 34.3 9,906 19.6 5,839 11.5 4,558 9.0 784 1.5 3,297 6.5 1,755 3.5
Haringey[30] 72,852 46.5% 5,487 7.5 22,865 31.4 22,158 30.4 13,433 18.4 2,307 3.2 726 1.0 3,863 5.3 2,013 2.8
Harrow[31] 64,851 38.8% 12,004 18.5 14,116 21.8 16,312 25.2 5,187 8.0 9,814 15.1 1,388 2.1 3,128 4.8 2,902 4.5
Havering[32] 67,602 37.2% 32,165 47.6 8,258 12.2 7,550 11.2 4,762 7.0 6,679 9.9 3,675 5.4 2,087 3.1 2,427 3.6
Hillingdon [33][34] 70,901 37.6% 19,123 27.0 12,372 17.4 16,788 23.7 5,949 8.4 8,812 12.4 2,357 3.3 2,787 3.9 2,713 3.8
Hounslow[35] 65,462 38.8% 11,981 18.3 15,095 23.1 19,759 30.2 5,862 9.0 5,644 8.6 1,664 2.5 2,965 4.5 2,492 3.8
Islington[36] 66,657 47.7% 6,508 9.8 19,890 29.8 19,017 28.5 13,047 19.6 1,632 2.4 913 1.4 3,771 5.7 1,869 2.8
Kensington and Chelsea[37] 33,567 41.0% 5,777 17.2 12,071 36.0 4,662 13.9 3,014 9.0 4,454 13.3 444 1.3 2,231 6.6 914 2.7
Kingston upon Thames[38] 53,027 48.1% 10,197 19.2 25,006 47.2 4,005 7.6 4,892 9.2 4,176 7.9 1,035 2.0 2,165 4.1 1,551 2.9
Lambeth[39] 86,888 42.0% 7,329 8.4 28,336 32.6 19,502 22.4 17,916 20.6 3,388 3.9 767 0.9 7,076 8.1 2,574 3.0
Lewisham[40] 76,925 42.2% 9,117 11.9 21,581 28.1 19,965 26.0 15,444 20.1 2,641 3.4 1,099 1.4 4,514 5.9 2,564 3.3
Merton[41] 61,273 44.5% 10,132 16.5 20,021 32.7 12,735 20.8 6,784 11.1 4,808 7.8 1,156 1.9 3,570 5.8 2,067 3.4
Newham[42] 65,421 36.2% 7,730 11.8 9,192 14.1 33,379 51.0 5,353 8.2 3,756 5.7 1,336 2.0 2,234 3.4 2,441 3.7
Redbridge[43] 70,838 37.8% 13,621 19.2 13,655 19.3 23,615 33.3 5,959 8.4 6,930 9.8 1,545 2.2 3,040 4.3 2,473 3.5
Richmond upon Thames[44] 72,591 53.8% 11,699 16.1 38,000 52.3 3,404 4.7 7,802 10.7 5,727 7.9 872 1.2 3,403 4.7 1,684 2.3
Southwark[45] 83,350 41.3% 9,072 10.9 27,128 32.5 20,569 24.7 15,286 18.3 2,853 3.4 1,158 1.4 4,908 5.9 2,376 2.9
Sutton[46] 56,944 39.3% 17,307 30.4 18,706 32.8 5,563 9.8 4,663 8.2 4,863 8.5 1,845 3.2 2,062 3.6 1,935 3.4
Tower Hamlets[47] 67,482 39.5% 6,823 10.1 16,883 25.0 25,602 37.9 9,432 14.0 2,525 3.7 1,011 1.5 3,350 5.0 1,856 2.8
Waltham Forest[48] 68,028 41.3% 10,407 15.3 15,061 22.1 21,090 31.0 11,356 16.7 3,519 5.2 1,233 1.8 3,222 4.7 2,140 3.1
Wandsworth[49] 98,187 47.0% 12,159 12.4 36,012 36.7 15,487 15.8 13,696 13.9 9,395 9.6 1,057 1.1 7,281 7.4 3,100 3.2
Westminster[50][51] 47,177 40.6% 7,157 15.2 15,805 33.5 9,192 19.5 4,590 9.7 5,198 11.0 670 1.4 3,110 6.6 1,455 3.1

North East England (3 seats)[edit]

Map showing highest polling party by counting area in the North East England electoral region.
European Election 2019: North East England[11]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Brexit Party Brian Monteith, John Tennant
Richard Monaghan
240,056
(120,028)
38.7 +38.7
Labour Jude Kirton-Darling
Paul Brannen, Clare Penny-Evans
119,931 19.4 -17.1
Liberal Democrat Fiona Hall, Julie Pörksen, Aidan King 104,330 16.8 +10.9
Green Rachel Featherstone, Jonathan Elmer, Dawn Furness 49,905 8.1 +2.9
Conservative Richard Lawrie, Chris Galley, Duncan Crute 42,395 6.8 -10.9
UKIP Richard Elvin, Christopher Gallacher, Alan Breeze 38,269 6.2 -23.0
Change UK Frances Weetman, Penny Hawley, Kathryn Heywood 24,968 4.0 +4.0
Turnout

The North East England electoral region is broken down into 12 local council areas.

District Voter turnout,
of eligible[52]
Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK Others
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Darlington 31.7% 9,728 40.2 4,128 17.0 3,430 14.2 2,340 9.7 2,599 10.7 1,122 4.6 871 3.6 N/A N/A
County Durham 32.9% 49,687 39.5 20,963 16.7 24,232 19.3 10,201 8.1 7,752 6.2 7,839 6.2 5,164 4.1 N/A N/A
Gateshead 34.1% 17,837 36.9 8,546 17.7 11,311 23.4 3,895 8.1 2,323 4.8 2,831 5.9 1,619 3.3 N/A N/A
Hartlepool 25.5% 9,446 52.7 1,729 9.7 2,465 13.8 980 5.5 910 5.1 1,586 8.9 793 4.4 N/A N/A
Middlesbrough 25.6% 10,738 44.8 2,762 11.5 5,003 20.9 1,326 5.5 1,242 5.2 1,508 6.3 1,409 5.9 N/A N/A
Newcastle upon Tyne 38.8% 18,328 27.2 16,149 23.9 16,582 24.6 6,629 9.8 3,633 5.4 3,395 5.0 2,746 4.1 N/A N/A
North Tyneside 34.9% 17,944 33.8 9,798 18.5 11,696 22.0 4,546 8.6 4,030 7.6 2,865 5.4 2,220 4.2 N/A N/A
Northumberland 34.0% 31,415 38.1 18,390 22.3 11,763 14.3 6,218 7.5 7,519 9.1 3,810 4.6 3,297 4.0 N/A N/A
Redcar and Cleveland 29.7% 14,865 48.7 4,185 13.7 4,207 13.8 1,770 5.8 2,030 6.7 2,242 7.4 1,204 3.9 N/A N/A
South Tyneside 31.9% 14,864 40.9 3,734 10.3 8,140 22.4 3,905 10.7 1,842 5.1 2,410 6.6 1,465 4.0 N/A N/A
Stockton-on-Tees 31.8% 19,286 43.3 6,293 14.1 7,477 16.8 2,843 6.4 4,113 9.2 2,736 6.1 1,795 4.0 N/A N/A
Sunderland 31.7% 25,918 39.8 7,653 11.7 13,625 20.9 5,252 8.1 4,402 6.8 5,925 9.1 2,385 3.7 N/A N/A

North West England (8 seats)[edit]

Map showing highest polling party by counting area in the North West England electoral region.
European Election 2019: North West England[53]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Brexit Party Claire Fox, Henrik Nielsen, David Bull
Gary Harvey, Ajay Jagota, Elizabeth Babade, Sally Bate, John Banks
541,843
(180,614.3)
31.23 N/A
Labour Theresa Griffin, Julie Ward
Wajid Khan, Erica Lewis, David Brennan, Claire Cozler, Saf Ismail, Yvonne Tennant
380,193
(190,096.5)
21.91 -11.94
Liberal Democrat Chris Davies, Jane Brophy
Helen Foster-Grime, Anna Fryer, Sam Al-Hamdani, Rebecca Forrest, John Studholme, Frederick Van Mierlo
297,507
(148,753.5)
17.15 +11.14
Green Gina Dowding
Wendy Kay Olsen, Jessica Northey, Geraldine Coggins, Rosie Mills, Astrid Johnson, Daniel Jerrome, James Booth
216,581 12.48 +5.47
Conservative Sajjad Karim, Kevin Beaty, Jane Howard, Arnold Saunders, Wendy Maisey, Thomas Lord, Anthony Pickles, Attika Choudhary 131,002 7.55 -12.51
UKIP Adam Richardson, Jeff Armstrong, Fiona Mills, Nathan Ryding, Michael Felse, Ben Fryer, John Booker, Alexander Craig 62,464 3.60 -23.86
Change UK Andrea Cooper, Dan Price, Arun Banerji, Michael Taylor, Philippa Olive, Victoria Desmond, Andrew Graystone, Elisabeth Knight 47,237 2.72 N/A
Independent Tommy Robinson 38,908 2.24 N/A
English Democrat Stephen Morris, Valerie Morris 10,045 0.58 -0.53
UK EU Sophie Larroque 7,125 0.41 N/A
Independent Mohammad Aslam 2,002 0.12 N/A
Turnout 1,734,907

The North West England electoral region is broken down into 39 local council areas.

District[54] Voter turnout,
of eligible
Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK Others
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Allerdale 33.78% 9,599 38.5 4,229 17.0 3,205 12.9 2,766 11.1 2,363 9.5 991 4.0 969 3.9 789 3.2
Barrow-in-Furness 26.49% 5,573 40.4 1,656 12.0 2,482 18.0 1,205 8.7 1,233 8.9 691 5.0 349 2.5 621 4.5
Blackburn with Darwen 36.69% 9,488 25.9 3,189 8.7 16,180 44.1 2,283 6.2 2,330 6.4 1,149 3.1 569 1.6 1,460 4.0
Blackpool 30.17% 13,145 43.5 2,716 9.0 5,166 17.1 2,472 8.2 3,035 10.1 1,521 5.0 734 2.4 1,404 4.7
Bolton 34.38% 23,122 34.6 8,415 12.6 17,455 26.1 5,061 7.6 5,577 8.3 2,957 4.4 1,532 2.3 2.686 4.0
Burnley 33.13% 8,282 39.4 2,046 9.7 5,396 25.6 1,725 8.2 983 4.7 521 2.5 343 1.6 1,745 8.3
Bury 35.16% 15,390 31.4 7,396 16.2 10,419 21.2 5,558 11.3 4,722 9.6 1,704 3.5 1,563 3.2 1,754 3.6
Carlisle 33.85% 10,701 39.1 4,196 15.3 3,175 11.6 3,128 11.4 3,179 11.6 1,213 4.4 741 2.7 1,070 3.9
Cheshire East 36.14% 36,701 34.2 24,633 23.0 9,807 9.1 14,230 13.3 12,142 11.3 3,373 3.1 3,944 3.7 2,371 2.2
Cheshire West and Chester 34.94% 30,203 32.7 20,210 21.8 12,415 13.4 12,860 13.9 9,153 9.9 2,777 3.0 2,864 3.1 2,020 2.2
Chorley 36.09% 11,582 37.4 4,651 15.0 5,013 16.2 3,448 11.1 3,310 10.7 1,086 3.5 1,013 3.3 853 2.8
Copeland 31.07% 6,505 40.0 2,136 13.1 2,819 17.3 1,150 7.0 1,767 10.8 730 4.5 567 3.5 641 3.9
Eden 38.66% 5,684 35.3 3,706 23.0 880 5.5 2,596 16.1 2,002 12.4 474 2.9 400 2.5 366 2.3
Fylde 37.00% 9,401 41.8 3,786 16.8 1,594 7.1 2,522 11.2 2,945 13.1 774 3.4 828 3.7 651 2.9
Halton 27.12% 8,776 35.0 3,290 13.1 6,661 26.5 2,639 10.5 1,093 4.4 1,098 4.4 637 2.5 909 3.6
Hyndburn 31.41% 7,386 39.1 1,528 8.1 4,817 25.5 1,417 7.5 1,520 8.0 1,019 5.4 363 1.9 853 4.5
Knowsley 23.57% 6,975 25.7 2,401 8.9 10,847 40.0 3,708 13.7 520 1.9 836 3.1 673 2.5 1,150 4.2
Lancaster 35.96% 11,679 30.8 7,507 19.8 4,956 13.1 7,749 20.5 2,905 7.7 1,230 3.2 976 2.6 887 2.3
Liverpool 29.96% 17,351 18.4 15,776 16.7 38,048 40.3 14,481 15.3 1,922 2.0 2,103 2.2 2,263 2.4 2,506 2.6
Manchester 31.67% 15,069 13.9 21,041 19.5 40,191 37.2 19,966 18.5 3,423 3.2 2.626 2.4 2,381 2.2 3,428 3.2
Oldham 32.63% 15,791 30.4 6,144 11.8 17,512 33.8 4,041 7.8 2,550 4.9 2,400 4.6 998 1.9 2,442 4.7
Pendle 34.45% 7,609 34.4 2,325 10.5 5,765 26.1 1,629 7.4 2,786 12.6 896 4.1 353 1.6 742 3.4
Preston 35.15% 8,902 27.2 5,305 16.2 10,230 31.2 2,940 9.0 2,440 7.5 1,143 3.5 668 2.0 1,110 3.4
Ribble Valley 36.90% 6,759 39.7 3,398 19.9 1,096 6.4 2,174 12.8 2,214 13.0 548 3.2 450 2.6 398 2.3
Rochdale 30.44% 15,468 32.3 5,478 11.4 14,336 30.0 3,902 8.2 2,749 5.7 2,455 5.1 895 1.9 2,566 5.4
Rossendale 34.72% 6,585 37.3 2,317 13.1 2,876 16.3 2,185 12.4 1,695 9.6 761 4.3 490 2.8 742 4.2
Salford 30.09% 14,867 29.8 7,110 14.3 11,376 22.8 6,689 13.4 3,401 6.8 2,286 4.6 1,436 2.9 2,642 5.3
Sefton 31.19% 19,848 29.8 12,438 18.7 17,581 26.4 7,717 11.6 3,609 5.4 2,006 3.0 1,762 2.6 1,571 2.4
South Lakeland 45.04% 10,938 30.2 12,901 35.6 1,774 4.9 4,955 13.7 3,543 9.8 936 2.6 661 1.8 518 1.4
South Ribble 35.61% 11,789 39.8 4,899 16.6 4,025 13.6 2,922 9.9 3,096 10.5 1,150 3.9 863 2.9 840 2.8
St. Helens 28.59% 13,763 35.3 5,015 12.7 8,443 21.7 5,530 14.2 1,805 4.6 1,548 4.0 1,189 3.1 1,670 4.3
Stockport 36.46% 22,462 28.3 23,135 29.1 10,738 13.5 10,705 13.5 5,451 6.9 2,373 3.0 2,599 3.3 1,904 2.4
Tameside 28.42% 17,164 35.7 4,914 10.2 11,291 23.5 5,895 12.3 2,848 5.9 2,468 5.1 1,246 2.6 2,192 4.6
Trafford 40.40% 15,098 22.5 15,620 23.3 13,644 20.3 11,402 17.0 6,123 9.1 1,737 2.6 2,122 3.2 1,410 2.1
Warrington 35.57% 17,830 31.9 11,472 20.5 9,534 17.1 6,629 11.9 4,634 8.3 2,111 3.8 1,834 3.3 1,812 3.2
West Lancashire 34.79% 10,188 35.1 4,427 15.2 5,480 18.9 3,569 12.3 2,630 9.0 1,077 3.7 889 3.1 806 2.8
Wigan 27.92% 26,921 41.0 7,193 11.0 13,057 19.9 6,190 9.4 3,387 5.2 3,535 5.4 2,026 3.1 3,359 5.1
Wirral 34.29% 23,928 29.2 14,622 17.8 16,907 20.6 13,555 16.5 6,125 7.5 2,485 3.0 2,264 2.8 2,170 2.6
Wyre 34.73% 13,321 43.9 3,746 12.4 3,002 9.9 2,977 9.8 3,792 12.5 1,676 5.5 783 2.6 1,022 3.4

South East England (10 seats)[edit]

Map showing highest polling party by counting area in the South East England electoral region.
European Election 2019: South East England[55][56]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Brexit Party Nigel Farage, Alexandra Lesley Phillips, Robert Andrew Rowland, Belinda Claire De Camborne Lucy
James Gilbert Bartholomew, Christopher Graham Ellis, John Kennedy, Matthew Peter Taylor, George Thomas Stahel Farmer, Peter David Wiltshire
915,686
(228,921.5)
36.07
Liberal Democrat Catherine Bearder, Antony James Hook, Judith Bunting
Martin Paul Niebuhr Tod, Elizabeth Pendrill Raphael Leffman, Christopher Alan Bowers, Giles Damian Goodall, Ruvi Ziegler, Nicholas David Stanford Perry, John William Vincent
653,743
(217,914.3)
25.75 +17.8
Green Alexandra Phillips
Elise Danielle Benjamin, Vix Lowthion, Leslie Christine Groves Williams, Phelim Mac Cafferty, Jan Hendrik Jamison Doerfel, Larry Sanders, Isabella Lina Marie Moir, Oliver Sykes, Jonathan Christopher St.Aubyn Essex
343,249 13.52 +4.4
Conservative Daniel Hannan
Nirj Deva, Richard McDonald Robinson, Mike Whiting, Juliette Katherine Christie Ash, Anna Firth, Adrian Pepper, Clarence Mitchell, Neva Sadikoglu-Novaky, Caroline Anne Newton
260,277 10.25 -20.7
Labour John Howarth
Cathy Shutt, Arran Richard Neathey, Emma Christina Turnbull, Rohit K. Dasgupta, Amy Lauren Fowler, Duncan Shaw Thomas Enright, Lubna Aiysha Arshad, Simon Guy Burgess, Rachael Eowyn Ward
184,678 7.27 -7.4
Change UK Richard Ashworth, Victoria Groulef, Warren Morgan, Eleanor Mary Fuller, Robin John Bextor, Nicholas Mazzei, Suzana Carp, Phil Murphy, Heather Marion Allen, Diane Helen Yeo 105,832 4.17
UKIP Piers Wauchope, Elizabeth Fletcher Philips, Daryll James Pitcher, Martin Toby Brothers, Tony Gould, Clive Keith Egan, Troy De Leon, Alan Harvey Stone, Judy Moore, Patricia Ann Mountain 56,487 2.22 -29.9
UK EU Pacelli Ndikumana, Clinton Powe 7,645 0.30
Independent Jason Guy Spencer McMahon 3,650 0.14
Socialist (GB) Mandy Bruce, Raymond Dennis Carr, David Stanley Chesham, Robert Alexander Cox, Michael Foster, Stephen Harper, Neil Kirk, Anton Charles Pruden, Andrew Brian Thomas-Emans, Darren James Williams 3,505 0.14
Independent David Victor Round 2,606 0.10
Independent Michael Jeffrey Turberville 1,587 0.06
Turnout 2,552,593

The South East England electoral region is broken down into 67 local council areas.

District Turnout Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK Others
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Adur [57] 39.6% 6,931 36.28% 3,744 19.6% 1,741 9.11% 3,306 17.3% 1,931 10.11% 473 2.48% 835 4.37% 144 0.75%
Arun [58] 37.49% 21,827 48.68% 8,713 19.43% 2,035 4.54% 4,736 10.56% 4,357 9.72% 1,387 3.09% 1,441 3.21% 345 0.77%
Ashford [59] 37.60% 15,741 45.54% 6,558 18.97% 2,144 6.2% 4,200 12.15% 3,436 9.94% 842 2.44% 1,400 4.05% 241 0.7%
Aylesbury Vale [60] 41.6% 19,530 33.65% 15,395 26.52% 4,064 7% 8,122 13.99% 6,398 11.02% 1,266 2.18% 2,774 4.78% 494 0.85%
Basingstoke and Deane [61] 37.45% 17,295 35.61% 12,336 25.4% 3,355 6.91% 5,693 11.72% 6,053 12.46% 1,161 2.39% 2,131 4.39% 542 1.12%
Bracknell Forest [62] 35% 10,947 37.25% 6,983 23.76% 2,145 7.3% 3,346 11.39% 3,733 12.7% 706 2.4% 1,285 4.37% 242 0.82%
Brighton & Hove [63] 46.83% 15,914 17.35% 20,337 22.17% 11,875 12.95% 32,594 35.53% 4,739 5.17% 944 1.03% 4,478 4.88% 530 0.58%
Canterbury [64] 42.2% 16,695 37% 11,674 25.87% 3,835 8.5% 6,422 14.23% 3,557 7.88% 890 1.97% 1,807 4% 247 0.55%
Cherwell [65] 40.15% 13,923 33.5% 11,193 26.93% 3,129 7.53% 5,524 13.29% 4,557 10.96% 988 2.38% 1,918 4.61% 332 0.8%
Chichester [66] 41.2% 13,897 37.41% 10,144 27.31% 1,147 3.09% 5,187 13.96% 4,320 11.63% 782 2.11% 1,427 3.84% 244 0.66%
Chiltern [67] 48.2% 10,319 30.03% 10,942 31.85% 1,496 4.35% 4,597 13.38% 4,381 12.75% 496 1.44% 1,881 5.47% 241 0.70%
Crawley [68] 34.11% 9,493 37.69% 4,128 16.39% 4,728 18.77% 2,367 9.4% 2,721 10.8% 628 2.49% 887 3.52% 234 0.93%
Dartford [69] 33.6% 11,592 46.23% 3,403 13.57% 3,247 12.95% 2,143 8.55% 2,678 10.68% 870 3.47% 944 3.76% 198 0.79%
Dover [70] 38.62% 15,750 46.98% 5,629 16.79% 3,078 9.18% 3,821 11.4% 3,041 9.07% 772 2.3% 1,167 3.48% 265 0.79%
Eastbourne [71] 38.7% 11,736 41.82% 7,474 26.63% 1,529 5.45% 3,168 11.29% 2,523 8.99% 658 2.34% 775 2.76% 203 0.72%
Eastleigh [72] % 13,922 38.82% 11,060 30.84% 1,572 4.38% 3,820 10.65% 3,024 8.43% 904 2.52% 1,308 3.65% 252 0.7%
East Hampshire [73] 43.4% 14,330 36.14% 11,397 28.74% 1,204 3.04% 5,226 13.18% 4,881 12.31% 741 1.87% 1,583 3.99% 293 0.74%
Elmbridge [74] 44.3% 11,648 27.58% 16,410 38.86% 1,553 3.68% 4,365 10.34% 5,130 12.15% 534 1.26% 2,251 5.33% 339 0.8%
Epsom and Ewell [75] 41.2% 7,564 32.74% 7,481 32.38% 1,398 6.05% 2,611 11.3% 2,129 9.21% 372 1.61% 1,370 5.93% 180 0.78%
Fareham [76] % 15,900 43.29% 8,454 23.02% 1,442 3.93% 4,114 11.2% 4,238 11.54% 900 2.45% 1,366 3.72% 314 0.85%
Folkestone & Hythe [77] 38.62% 15,674 48.35% 5,045 15.56% 1,933 5.96% 4,994 15.41% 2,589 7.99% 902 2.78% 1,031 3.18% 249 0.77%
Gosport [78] 35% 10,666 50.44% 3,240 15.32% 1,236 5.84% 2,171 10.27% 2,247 10.63% 742 3.51% 667 3.15% 179 0.85%
Gravesham [79] 35.1% 11,491 45.4% 3,228 12.75% 3,881 15.33% 2,234 8.83% 2,512 9.92% 913 3.61% 829 3.28% 224 0.88%
Guildford [80] 44.21% 12,421 29% 15,412 35.98% 1,748 4.08% 5,581 13.03% 4,537 10.59% 563 1.31% 2,224 5.19% 351 0.82%
Hart [81] 40.0% 10,032 34.94% 8,853 30.83% 811 2.82% 3,235 11.27% 3,564 12.41% 515 1.79% 1,474 5.13% 229 0.8%
Hastings [82] % 8,977 36.68% 4,415 18.04% 3,462 14.15% 4,480 18.31% 1,653 6.75% 587 2.4% 712 2.91% 187 0.76%
Havant [83] 33.98% 15,166 47.19% 6,041 18.8% 1,521 4.73% 3,280 10.21% 3,730 11.61% 1,188 3.7% 959 2.98% 254 0.79%
Horsham [84] 42.03% 16,072 35.62% 12,545 27.8% 1,654 3.67% 6,145 13.62% 5,298 11.74% 861 1.91% 2,224 4.93% 322 0.71%
Isle of Wight [85] 38.3% 19,392 46.67% 6,557 15.78% 2,481 5.97% 6,855 16.5% 3,577 8.61% 1,292 3.11% 1,107 2.66% 290 0.7%
Lewes [86] 44.32% 10,210 31.12% 9,144 27.87% 1,948 5.94% 6,707 20.44% 2,747 8.37% 560 1.71% 1,308 3.99% 188 0.57%
Maidstone [87] 37.8% 20,475 45.98% 9,454 21.23% 2,437 5.47% 4,530 10.17% 4,697 10.55% 1,062 2.38% 1,580 3.55% 297 0.67%
Medway [88] % 30,861 48.29% 8,647 13.53% 7,472 11.69% 5,842 9.14% 6,219 9.73% 2,320 3.63% 2,009 3.14% 547 0.86%
Mid Sussex [89] 40.9% 14,968 33.15% 13,709 30.36% 1,821 4.03% 6,456 14.3% 4,849 10.74% 719 1.59% 2,332 5.16% 303 0.67%
Milton Keynes [90] % 20,617 33.56% 14,996 24.41% 8,707 14.18% 6,802 11.07% 5,675 9.24% 1,626 2.65% 2,477 4.03% 525 0.85%
Mole Valley [91] 46% 9,920 32.77% 11,055 36.51% 825 2.72% 3,275 10.82% 3,266 10.79% 556 1.84% 1,217 4.02% 162 0.54%
New Forest [92] 38.7% 23,854 44.03% 12,153 22.43% 1,840 3.4% 6,305 11.64% 6,466 11.94% 1,351 2.49% 1,817 3.35% 385 0.71%
Oxford [93] 47.6% 5,999 13.29% 18,190 40.30% 6,444 14.28% 10,239 22.68% 1,755 3.89% 511 1.13% 1,765 3.91% 238 0.53%
Portsmouth [94] 33.5% 18,315 39.46% 10,601 22.84% 4,949 10.66% 5,869 12.64% 3,368 7.26% 1,503 3.24% 1,467 3.16% 344 0.74%
Reading [95] 38.7% 9,034 22.35% 11,397 28.19% 6,788 16.79% 7,009 17.34% 3,208 7.94% 686 1.7% 1,930 4.77% 376 0.93%
Reigate and Banstead [96] % 14,653 35.63% 10,789 26.24% 2,158 5.25% 5,628 13.69% 4,772 11.6% 889 2.16% 1,922 4.67% 313 0.76%
Rother [97] 41.37% 14,334 47.29% 6,069 20.02% 1,401 4.62% 3,510 11.58% 2,710 8.94% 844 2.78% 1,200 3.96% 245 0.81%
Runnymede [98] 36.4% 7,880 37.41% 5,014 23.81% 1,332 6.32% 2,579 12.24% 2,492 11.83% 563 2.67% 1,007 4.78% 195 0.93%
Rushmoor [99] 35.2% 8,302 37.45% 4,811 21.7% 2,309 10.42% 2,480 11.19% 2,460 11.1% 753 3.4% 829 3.74% 225 1.01%
Sevenoaks [100] 41.1% 14,534 40.34% 9,135 25.35% 1,470 4.08% 3,996 11.09% 4,315 11.98% 673 1.87% 1,680 4.66% 229 0.64%
Slough [101] 27.2% 5,954 25.17% 3,412 14.42% 8,917 37.69% 1,539 6.51% 2,148 9.08% 554 2.34% 816 3.45% 317 1.34%
Southampton [102] 34.4% 17,683 32.84% 11,972 22.23% 8,200 15.23% 7,794 14.47% 4,280 7.95% 1,469 2.73% 2,006 3.73% 443 0.82%
South Bucks [103] 40.4% 7,310 35% 5,340 25.57% 1,200 5.75% 2,163 10.36% 3,169 15.17% 372 1.78% 1,165 5.58% 166 0.79%
South Oxfordshire [104] 43.34% 13,197 29.3% 15,233 33.83% 1,818 4.04% 6,807 15.12% 4,639 10.3% 763 1.69% 2,237 4.97% 340 0.75%
Spelthorne [105] 37.8% 10,860 40.42% 5,913 22.01% 2,287 8.51% 2,842 10.58% 2,858 10.64% 849 3.16% 1,034 3.85% 224 0.83%
Surrey Heath [106] 38.1% 9,492 38.31% 6,546 26.42% 1,109 4.48% 2,753 11.11% 3,174 12.81% 471 1.9% 1,014 4.09% 217 0.88%
Swale [107] 33.9% 17,451 49.58% 5,911 16.79% 2,448 6.95% 3,761 10.68% 2,874 8.16% 1,264 3.59% 1,189 3.38% 303 0.86%
Tandridge [108] 41.2% 10,090 38.68% 6,975 26.74% 1,007 3.86% 2,885 11.06% 3,004 11.52% 644 2.47% 1,290 4.95% 190 0.73%
Test Valley [109] 40.3% 14,271 37.87% 10,337 27.43% 1,373 3.64% 4,299 11.41% 4,747 12.6% 818 2.17% 1,565 4.15% 275 0.73%
Thanet [110] 36.11% 17,430 49.19% 5,034 14.21% 3,054 8.62% 4,323 12.2% 2,902 8.19% 1,356 3.83% 1,111 3.14% 221 0.62%
Tonbridge and Malling [111] 38.9% 15,713 42.16% 8,264 22.17% 1,531 4.11% 4,810 12.91% 4,454 11.95% 756 2.03% 1,529 4.1% 212 0.57%
Tunbridge Wells [112] 43.1% 11,370 32.96% 10,889 31.57% 1,520 4.41% 4,624 13.4% 3,507 10.17% 643 1.86% 1,725 5% 218 0.63%
Vale of White Horse [113] 44.42% 11,976 27.97% 17,273 40.35% 1,628 3.8% 5,384 12.58% 3,900 9.11% 734 1.71% 1,660 3.88% 257 0.6%
Waverley [114] 44.6% 11,599 28.76% 14,156 35.1% 1,009 2.5% 5,861 14.53% 4,636 11.5% 613 1.52% 2,093 5.19% 361 0.9%
Wealden [115] 41.65% 21,321 42.23% 11,080 21.94% 1,681 3.33% 7,339 14.54% 5,593 11.08% 1,086 2.15% 2,047 4.05% 344 0.68%
West Berkshire [116] 39.30% 15,830 33.99% 13,981 30.02% 1,632 3.5% 6,029 12.94% 5,974 12.83% 883 1.9% 1,948 4.18% 298 0.64%
West Oxfordshire [117] 41.46% 10,501 31.25% 10,604 31.56% 1,812 5.39% 4,782 14.23% 3,683 10.96% 638 1.9% 1,355 4.03% 225 0.67%
Winchester[citation needed] % 12,157 29.1% 16,848 40.4% 1,041 2.5% 5,003 12.0% 4,275 10.2% 567 1.4% 1,622 3.9% 208 0.5%
Windsor and Maidenhead [118] 39.6% 13,289 32.51% 12,769 31.23% 1,847 4.52% 4,554 11.14% 5,496 13.44% 580 1.42% 2,051 5.02% 296 0.72%
Woking[119] 38.7% 7,682 28.35% 9,797 36.15% 1,644 6.07% 2,843 10.49% 3,075 11.35% 507 1.87% 1,339 4.94% 214 0.79%
Wokingham [120] 41.7% 14,728 29.05% 17,379 34.28% 2,689 5.3% 5,807 11.45% 6,330 12.49% 759 1.5% 2,650 5.23% 353 0.7%
Worthing [57] 38.1% 11,329 36.3% 6,742 21.6% 2,993 9.59% 4,866 15.59% 3,005 9.63% 726 2.33% 1,330 4.26% 215 0.69%
Wycombe [121] 39.96% 15,652 31.26% 13,333 26.62% 4,893 9.77% 6,617 13.21% 6,021 12.02% 942 1.88% 2,261 4.51% 359 0.72%

South West England (6 seats)[edit]

Map showing highest polling party by counting area in the South West England electoral region.
European Election 2019: South West England[122]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Brexit Party Ann Widdecombe, James Glancy, Christina Jordan
Ann Tarr, Roger Lane-Nott, Nicola Darke
611,742
(203,914)
36.71
Liberal Democrat Caroline Voaden, Martin Horwood
Stephen Williams, Eleanor Rylance, David Chalmers, Luke Stagnetto
385,095
(192,547.5)
23.11 +12.41
Green Molly Scott Cato
Cleo Lake, Carla Denyer, Tom Scott, Martin Dimery, Karen La Borde
302,364 18.14 +7.04
Conservative Ashley Fox, James Mustoe, Faye Purbrick, Claire Hiscott, James Taghdissian, Emmline Owens 144,674 8.68 -20.21
Labour Clare Moody, Andrew Adonis, Jayne Kirkham, Neil Guild, Yvonne Atkinson, Sadik Al-Hassan 108,100 6.49 -7.26
UKIP Lawrence Webb, Carl Benjamin, Anthony McIntyre, Lester Taylor, Stephen Lee, Alison Sheridan 53,739 3.22 -29.07
Change UK Rachel Johnson, Jim Godfrey, Oliver Middleton, Matthew Hooberman, Elizabeth-Anne Sewell, Crispin Hunt 46,612 2.80
English Democrat Jenny Knight, Michael Blundell 8,393 0.50 -0.50
Independent Larch Maxey 1,772 0.11
Independent Mothiur Rahman 755 0.05
Independent Neville Seed 3,383 0.20
Turnout 1,678,619 40.5% +3.5

The South West England electoral region is broken down into 30 local council areas and Gibraltar.

District[123] Voter turnout,
of eligible[124]
Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK Others
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Bath and North East Somerset 44.4% 15,738 26.5% 20,787 35.0% 3,182 5.4% 12,230 20.6% 4,030 6.8% 1,367 2.3% 1,699 2.9% 380 0.64%
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 35.9% 42,179 41.8% 21,389 21.2% 5,591 5.5% 15,205 15.1% 8,555 8.5% 3,863 3.8% 3,244 3.2% 901 0.89%
Bristol 44.6% 26,071 18.6% 31,510 22.5% 19,431 13.9% 49,126 35.1% 6,623 4.7% 3,196 2.3% 3,258 2.3% 825 0.59%
Cheltenham 43.3% 10,099 27.0% 13,631 36.5% 1,642 4.4% 6,332 16.9% 3,521 9.4% 769 2.1% 1,127 3.0% 254 0.68%
Cornwall 41.4% 71,681 41.1% 34,845 20.0% 10,782 6.2% 31,544 18.1% 13,486 7.7% 6,209 3.6% 4,191 2.4% 1,682 0.96%
Cotswold 43.2% 10,275 34.3% 9,067 30.2% 851 2.8% 4,217 14.1% 3,741 12.5% 715 2.4% 922 3.1% 211 0.70%
Dorset 41.1% 50,163 41.9% 26,789 22.4% 4,728 4.0% 17,843 14.9% 12,076 10.1% 4,253 3.6% 2,946 2.5% 896 0.75%
East Devon 40.7% 19,603 41.4% 9,607 20.3% 1,644 3.5% 8,508 18.0% 4,243 9.0% 1,513 3.2% 1,578 3.3% 620 1.31%
Exeter 40.5% 10,042 28.1% 7,236 20.2% 4,395 12.3% 9,742 27.2% 2,109 5.9% 954 2.7% 1,090 3.0% 211 0.59%
Forest of Dean 37.9% 10,553 41.8% 4,255 16.8% 1,833 7.3% 4,489 17.8% 2,309 9.1% 900 3.6% 684 2.7% 252 1.00%
Gloucester 35.3% 11,463 38.6% 5,769 19.4% 3,545 11.9% 3,748 12.6% 2,994 10.1% 1,118 3.8% 791 2.7% 304 1.02%
Isles of Scilly 55.4% 238 27.8% 206 24.1% 49 5.7% 212 24.8% 90 10.5% 20 2.3% 31 3.6% 10 1.17%
Mendip 42.4% 12,083 33.0% 9,499 25.9% 1,470 4.0% 8,347 22.8% 3,092 8.4% 991 2.7% 866 2.4% 273 0.75%
Mid Devon 40.0% 9,572 38.7% 5,213 21.1% 1,050 4.2% 4,731 19.1% 2,327 9.4% 888 3.6% 698 2.8% 241 0.97%
North Devon 38.1% 12,077 42.7% 6,587 23.3% 1,101 3.9% 4,261 15.1% 2,408 8.5% 1,046 3.7% 563 2.0% 266 0.94%
North Somerset 38.5% 23,388 37.8% 14,853 24.0% 3,080 5.0% 10,812 17.5% 5,036 8.1% 1,891 3.1% 2,148 3.5% 605 0.98%
Plymouth 34.9% 28,289 42.8% 9,303 14.1% 8,101 12.3% 9,064 13.7% 5,674 8.6% 3,071 4.7% 1,915 2.9% 620 0.94%
Sedgemoor 35.4% 14,314 45.1% 6,469 20.4% 1,692 5.3% 3,807 12.0% 3,219 10.2% 1,254 4.0% 701 2.2% 249 0.79%
Somerset West and Taunton 41.8% 18,822 40.3% 12,084 25.9% 1,790 3.8% 6,535 14.0% 4,187 9.0% 1,547 3.3% 1,296 2.8% 450 0.96%
South Gloucestershire 37.5% 27,839 36.8% 18,245 24.1% 5,462 7.2% 11,149 14.7% 7,633 10.1% 2,481 3.3% 2,176 2.9% 627 0.83%
South Hams 46.8% 11,278 35.6% 7,595 24.0% 1,218 3.8% 6,867 21.7% 2,808 8.9% 694 2.2% 1,032 3.3% 217 0.68%
South Somerset 40.8% 21,712 42.6% 13,006 25.5% 1,608 3.2% 6,636 13.0% 4,633 9.1% 1,740 3.4% 1,209 2.4% 467 0.92%
Stroud 46.3% 12,501 29.2% 9,134 21.3% 2,863 6.7% 12,143 28.3% 3,741 8.7% 1,003 2.3% 1,206 2.8% 290 0.68%
Swindon 35.7% 19,126 35.7% 9,511 17.8% 7,838 14.6% 6,861 12.8% 5,550 10.4% 2,115 3.9% 2,026 3.8% 524 0.98%
Teignbridge 42.5% 18,341 41.6% 10,551 23.9% 1,765 4.0% 7,478 17.0% 3,189 7.2% 1,272 2.9% 1,133 2.6% 344 0.78%
Tewkesbury 38.0% 9,945 37.7% 6,534 24.8% 1,025 3.9% 3,785 14.4% 3,084 11.7% 863 3.3% 887 3.4% 225 0.85%
Torbay 36.3% 18,821 51.6% 6,824 18.7% 1,635 4.5% 3,715 10.2% 2,786 7.6% 1,416 3.9% 978 2.7% 308 0.84%
Torridge 39.7% 10,202 48.7% 3,657 17.4% 906 4.3% 3,038 14.5% 1,540 7.3% 896 4.3% 488 2.3% 235 1.12%
West Devon 45.9% 7,968 40.7% 3,908 19.9% 733 3.7% 3,721 19.0% 1,859 9.5% 600 3.1% 579 3.0% 224 1.14%
Wiltshire 44.3% 56,613 35.8% 39,811 25.1% 6,679 4.2% 25,751 16.3% 17,875 11.3% 5,010 3.2% 5,073 3.2% 1,522 0.96%

Gibraltar[edit]

Overseas Territory Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes
Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK Others
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Gibraltar[125][126] 39.8% 746 8.0% 7,220 77.4% 411 4.4% 467 5.0% 256 2.7% 84 0.9% 77 0.8% 70 0.75%

West Midlands (7 seats)[edit]

Map showing highest polling party by counting area in the West Midlands electoral region.
European Election 2019: West Midlands[127]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Brexit Party Rupert Lowe, Martin Daubney, Andrew England Kerr
Vishal Khatri, Nikki Page, Laura Kevehazi, Katharine Harborne
507,152
(169,050.7)
37.66 N/A
Labour Neena Gill
Sion Simon, Julia Buckley, Ansar Khan, Zarah Sultana, Sam Hennessy, Liz Clements
228,298 16.95 Decrease 9.76
Liberal Democrat Phil Bennion
Ade Adeyemo, Jeanie Falconer, Jenny Wilkinson, Jennifer Gray, Beverley Nielsen, Lee Dargue
219,982 16.33 Increase 10.77
Green Ellie Chowns
Diana Toynbee, Paul Woodhead, Julian Dean, Louis Stephen, Helen Heathfield, Kefentse Dennis
143,520 10.66 Increase 5.40
Conservative Anthea McIntyre
Daniel Dalton, Suzanne Webb, Meirion Jenkins, Alex Philips, Mary Noone, Ahmed Ejaz
135,279 10.04 Decrease 14.27
UKIP Ernest Valentine, Paul Williams, Graham Eardley, Paul Allen, Nigel Ely, Joe Smyth, Derek Bennett 66,934 4.97 Decrease 26.52
Change UK Stephen Dorrell, Charlotte Gath, Peter Wilding, Amrik Kandola, Joanna McKenna, Victor Odusanya, Lucinda Empson 45,673 3.39 N/A

The West Midlands electoral region is broken down into 30 voting areas.

District[128] Turnout Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Birmingham 220,280 31.1% 52,953 24.0 35,880 16.3 77,551 35.2 24,614 11.2 15,133 6.9 8,074 3.7 6,075 2.8
Bromsgrove 27,297 37.3% 10,700 39.2 5,857 21.5 1,849 6.8 3,110 11.4 3,483 12.8 1,152 4.2 1,146 4.2
Cannock Chase 20,958 28.4% 10,538 50.3 1,951 9.3 2,373 11.3 1,912 9.1 2,111 10.1 1,468 7.0 605 2.9
Coventry 66,521 30.7% 21,260 32.0 10,081 15.2 16,991 25.5 7,820 11.8 5,083 7.6 3,269 4.9 2,017 3.0
Dudley 72,003 30.3% 34,149 47.4 8,051 11.2 10,620 14.7 5,317 7.4 7,510 10.4 4,488 6.2 1,868 2.6
East Staffordshire 27,369 33.3% 11,442 41.8 3,983 14.6 3,375 12.3 2,248 8.2 3,834 14.0 1,415 5.2 1,072 3.9
Herefordshire 55,196 39.8% 21,876 39.6 11,374 20.6 2,382 4.3 8,759 15.9 5,942 10.8 2,574 4.7 2,289 4.1
Lichfield 28,400 35.5% 12,185 42.9 5,490 19.3 1,950 6.7 3,012 10.6 3,396 12.0 1,358 4.8 1,009 3.6
Malvern Hills 25,842 43.3% 9,403 36.4 6,501 25.2 1,038 4.0 3,879 15.0 2,859 11.1 1,040 4.0 1,122 4.3
Newcastle-under-Lyme 30,773 33.9% 13,517 43.9 4,385 14.2 4,198 13.6 2,960 9.6 2,859 9.3 1,886 6.1 968 3.1
North Warwickshire 15,850 32.5% 7,881 49.7 1,865 11.8 1,536 9.7 1,328 8.4 1,680 10.6 1,056 6.7 504 3.2
Nuneaton and Bedworth 31,499 33.5% 14,369 45.6 3,767 12.0 4,678 14.9 2,757 8.8 3,031 9.6 1,950 6.2 947 3.0
Redditch 18,947 32.2% 8,162 43.1 2,657 14.0 2,326 12.3 1,655 8.7 2,195 11.6 1,166 6.2 786 4.1
Rugby 28,948 38.7% 10,987 38.0 6,255 21.6 2,937 10.1 3,140 10.8 3,330 11.5 1,224 4.2 1,075 3.7
Sandwell 60,071 27.9% 21,924 36.5 4,323 7.2 21,335 35.5 4,049 6.7 3,519 5.9 3,550 5.9 1,371 2.3
Shropshire 92,688 39.1% 36,260 39.1 19,505 21.0 6,665 7.2 12,242 13.2 10,753 11.6 3,924 4.2 3,339 3.6
Solihull 54,287 34.2% 21,371 39.4 11,387 21.0 3,632 6.7 6,775 12.5 7,068 13.0 2,124 3.9 1,930 3.6
South Staffordshire 28,052 33.2% 14,068 50.1 3,578 12.8 1,641 5.8 2,422 8.6 3,740 13.3 1,550 5.5 1,053 3.8
Stafford 35,757 42.5% 14,339 40.1 6,424 18.0 3,288 9.2 4,128 11.5 4,068 11.4 1,847 5.2 1,663 4.7
Staffordshire Moorlands 25,440 32.6% 12,021 47.3 3,683 14.5 2,149 8.4 2,462 9.7 2,781 10.9 1,369 5.4 975 3.8
Stoke-on-Trent 44,917 26.5% 20,434 45.5 4,117 9.2 9,055 20.2 3,036 6.8 3,438 7.7 3,213 7.2 1,624 3.6
Stratford-on-Avon 41,969 26.5% 14,723 35.1 11,329 27.0 1,628 3.9 5,169 12.3 5,761 13.7 1,535 3.7 1,824 4.3
Tamworth 17,107 30.6% 8,067 47.2 1,994 11.7 1,830 10.7 1,306 7.6 2,115 12.4 1,238 7.2 557 3.3
Telford and Wrekin 40,964 33.1% 16,811 41.0 5,627 13.7 6,775 16.5 3,445 8.4 4,407 10.8 2,351 5.7 1,548 3.8
Walsall 55,069 28.7% 23,531 42.7 5,353 9.7 11,838 21.5 3,125 5.7 5,842 10.6 3,866 7.0 1,514 2.7
Warwick 44,419 42.0% 11,207 25.2 13,233 29.8 4,231 9.5 8,289 18.7 4,406 9.9 1,133 2.6 1,920 4.3
Wolverhampton 48,986 28.8% 18,110 37.0 5,100 10.4 13,706 28.0 3,531 7.2 4,436 9.1 2,864 5.8 1,239 2.5
Worcester 25,407 35.3% 8,364 32.9 5,018 19.8 3,109 12.2 4,293 16.9 2,478 9.8 1,172 4.6 973 3.8
Wychavon 37,388 39.2% 15,262 40.8 7,492 20.0 1,757 4.7 4,116 11.0 5,539 14.8 1,655 4.4 1,567 4.2
Wyre Forest 24,434 32.6% 11,238 46.0 3,722 15.2 1,855 7.6 2,621 10.7 2,482 10.2 1,423 5.8 1,093 4.5

Yorkshire and the Humber (6 seats)[edit]

Map showing highest polling party by counting area in the Yorkshire and the Humber electoral region.
European election 2019: Yorkshire and the Humber[129]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Brexit Party John Longworth, Lucy Harris, Jake Pugh
James Heartfield, Andrew Allison, Christopher Barker
470,351
(156,783.7)
36.5% N/A
Labour Richard Corbett
Eloise Todd, Jawad Mohammed Khan, Jayne Allport, Martin Mayer, Alison Hume
210,516 16.3% Decrease13.0%
Liberal Democrat Shaffaq Mohammed
Rosina Robson, James Blanchard, Sophie Thornton, James Baker, Ruth Coleman-Taylor
200,180 15.5% Increase9.3%
Green Magid Magid
Alison Teal, Andrew Cooper, Louise Houghton, Lars Kramm, Ann Forsaith
166,980 13.0% Increase5.1%
Conservative John Procter, Amjad Bashir, Michael Naughton, Andrew Lee, Matthew Freckleton, Sue Pascoe 92,863 7.2% Decrease12.0%
UKIP Mike Hookem, Gary Shores, John Hancock, David Dews, Graeme Waddicar, Clifford Parsons 56,100 4.4% Decrease26.8%
Yorkshire Party Chris Whitwood, Mike Jordan, Jack Carrington, Laura Walker, Bob Buxton, Dan Cochran 50,842 3.9% Increase2.5%
Change UK Diana Wallis, Juliet Lodge, Sophia Bow, Joshua Malkin, Rosanne McMullen, Steven Wilson 30,162 2.3% N/A
English Democrat David Allen, Tony Allen, Joanne Allen, Fiona Allen 11,283 0.9% Decrease0.1%
Turnout 1,289,277 33.5%

The Yorkshire and the Humber electoral region is broken down into 21 local council areas.

District Turnout Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK Yorkshire Eng Dem
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Barnsley 28.0% 23,459 47.6 4,618 9.4 7,693 15.6 4,064 8.2 1,878 3.8 2,899 5.9 1,200 2.4 2,892 5.9 616 1.2
Bradford 32.0% 33,567 29.9 15,882 14.1 32,399 28.8 12,401 11.0 7,521 6.7 4,169 3.7 1,948 1.7 3,596 3.2 966 0.9
Calderdale 35.7% 18,838 35.6 7,493 14.2 9,724 18.4 6,902 13.0 4,261 8.1 1,908 3.6 1,111 2.1 2,258 4.3 425 0.8
Craven 41.6% 6,302 34.4 3,677 20.1 1,190 6.5 3,091 16.9 2,041 11.1 620 3.4 497 2.7 811 4.4 109 0.6
Doncaster 30.8% 30,016 45.0 5,908 8.9 11,393 17.1 4,898 7.3 4,122 6.2 3,862 5.8 1,565 2.3 3,963 5.9 953 1.4
East Riding of Yorkshire 33.8% 39,465 44.4 13,976 15.7 6,051 6.8 8,558 9.6 9,545 10.7 3,937 4.4 2,371 2.7 4,179 4.7 734 0.8
Hambleton 40.7% 10,615 36.8 5,389 18.7 1,410 4.9 3,599 12.5 4,197 14.5 1,035 3.6 892 3.1 1,511 5.2 232 0.8
Harrogate 42.8% 16,039 31.8 13,707 27.1 2,248 4.5 6,447 12.8 6,364 12.6 1,509 3.0 1,698 3.4 2,197 4.4 232 0.6
Kingston upon Hull 24.0% 18,572 44.0 5,667 13.4 7,832 18.6 3,887 9.2 1,229 2.9 2,725 6.5 685 1.6 1,157 2.7 462 1.1
Kirklees 34.7% 35,843 34.2 14,845 14.2 25,435 24.2 10,934 10.4 6,820 6.5 4,076 3.9 2,103 2.0 3,967 3.8 872 0.8
Leeds 34.2% 53,600 28.9 34,076 18.4 36,377 19.6 29,603 16.0 12,824 6.9 6,380 3.4 4,813 2.6 6,417 3.5 1,348 0.7
North East Lincolnshire 28.7% 16,895 51.9 2,916 9.0 3,444 10.6 2,370 7.3 3,224 9.9 2,234 6.9 871 2.7 168 0.5 445 1.4
North Lincolnshire 31.4% 18,308 47.0 3,866 9.9 4,882 12.5 3,206 8.2 4,475 11.5 2,234 5.7 1,020 2.6 466 1.2 481 1.2
Richmondshire 36.3% 5,280 39.8 2,508 18.9 543 4.1 1,571 11.8 1,681 12.7 475 3.6 479 3.6 593 4.5 130 1.0
Rotherham 32.5% 26,951 43.3 5,478 8.8 11,373 18.3 5,471 8.8 3,208 5.2 3,902 6.3 1,400 2.2 3,719 6.0 739 1.2
Ryedale 39.3% 6,190 37.9 3,176 19.5 807 4.9 2,115 13.0 2,014 12.3 540 3.3 473 2.9 899 5.5 115 0.7
Scarborough 35.5% 12,624 43.4 4,017 13.8 2,853 9.8 3,224 11.1 2,528 8.7 1,435 4.9 780 2.7 1,387 4.8 253 0.9
Selby 36.2% 9,733 40.3 3,803 15.8 2,035 8.4 2,490 10.3 2,480 10.3 995 4.1 728 3.0 1,685 7.0 184 0.8
Sheffield 35.9% 39,534 28.1 25,366 18.1 23,925 17.0 34,803 24.8 4,827 3.4 5,408 3.9 2,492 1.8 3,089 2.2 998 0.7
Wakefield 29.9% 33,173 44.9 7,472 10.0 12,661 17.0 5,923 8.0 4,267 5.7 4,317 5.8 1,548 2.1 4,381 5.9 670 0.9
York 39.9% 15,347 26.7 16,340 28.5 6,241 10.9 11,423 19.9 3,357 5.8 1,140 2.5 1,488 2.6 1,507 2.6 273 0.5

Northern Ireland (3 seats)[edit]

2019 European Parliament election: Northern Ireland[130]
Party Candidate FPv% Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5
DUP Diane Dodds 21.83 124,991 127,291 155,422    
Alliance Naomi Long 18.50 105,928 115,327 122,263 123,917.00 170,370.00
Sinn Féin Martina Anderson 22.17 126,951 128,117 128,190 128,200.50 152,436.50
TUV Jim Allister 10.83 62,021 63,872 79,540 89,854.00 90,079.00
SDLP Colum Eastwood 13.72 78,589 80,949 82,101 82,413.50  
UUP Danny Kennedy 9.26 53,052 54,736      
Green (NI) Clare Bailey 2.18 12,471        
UKIP Robert Hill 0.89 5,115        
Independent Jane Morrice 0.30 1,719        
Independent Neil McCann 0.17 948        
NI Conservatives Amandeep Singh Bhogal 0.12 662        
Electorate: 1,278,951   Valid: 572,447   Spoilt: 4,649 (0.81%)   Quota: 143,112   Turnout: 577,275 (45.14%)

Scotland (6 seats)[edit]

Map showing highest polling party by counting area in the Scotland electoral region.
European Election 2019: Scotland[131]
List Candidates Votes % ±
SNP Alyn Smith, Christian Allard, Aileen McLeod
Margaret Ferrier, Heather Anderson, Alex Kerr[132]
594,553
(198,184.3)
37.8% +8.8
Brexit Party Louis Stedman-Bryce
Karina Walker, James Ferguson-Hannah, Stuart Waiton, Paul Aitken, Calum Walker
233,006 14.8% N/A
Liberal Democrat Sheila Ritchie
Fred Mackintosh, Catriona Bhatia, Vita Zaporozcenko, John Edward, Clive Sneddon[133]
218,285 13.8% +6.8
Conservative Nosheena Mobarik
Ian McGill, Shona Haslam, Iain Whyte, Andrea Gee, Michael Kusznir[134]
182,476 11.6% -5.6
Labour David Martin, Jayne Baxter, Craig Miller, Amy Lee Fraioli, Callum O’Dwyer, Angela Bretherton[135] 146,724 9.3% -16.6
Scottish Green Maggie Chapman, Lorna Slater, Gillian MacKay, Chas Booth, Mags Hall, Allan Faulds 129,603 8.2% +0.1
Change UK David Macdonald,1 Kate Forman, Peter Griffiths, Heather Astbury, Colin McFadyen, Cathy Edgeworth 30,004 1.9% N/A
UKIP Donald MacKay, Janice MacKay, Otto Inglis, Mark Meechan, Roy Hill[136] 28,418 1.8% -8.7
Independent Gordon Edgar[137] 6,128 0.4% N/A
Independent Ken Parke[137] 2,049 0.1% N/A
Turnout 1,561,226 39.9% + 6.4

The Scotland electoral region is broken down into 32 local council areas.

District Voter turnout,
of eligible
SNP Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK Others
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Aberdeen 38.9% 19,541 34.6 8,828 15.6 9,574 16.9 4,785 8.5 3,925 6.9 7,215 12.8 1,034 1.8 1,359 2.4 296 0.6
Aberdeenshire 38.6% 23,255 31.4 14,671 19.8 12,496 16.9 2,199 3.0 4,573 6.2 13,297 18.0 1,614 2.2 1,526 2.1 376 0.5
Angus 38.8% 12,998 38.8 6,270 18.7 3,526 10.5 1,430 4.3 1,996 6.0 5,767 17.2 610 1.8 635 1.9 244 0.7
Argyll and Bute 46.8% 11,366 37.2 5,450 17.9 5,019 16.4 1,197 3.9 2,255 7.4 3,985 13.1 568 1.9 505 1.7 184 0.6
Clackmannanshire 37.0% 5,581 39.8 2,282 16.3 1,363 9.7 1,586 11.3 973 6.9 1,677 12.0 278 2.0 223 1.6 62 0.4
Dumfries and Galloway 40.6% 12,670 27.8 9,981 21.9 4,544 10.0 3,207 7.0 3,140 6.9 9,651 21.1 1,228 2.7 913 2.0 308 0.6
Dundee 35.7% 17,074 46.1 5,191 14.0 3,459 9.3 4,228 11.4 2,708 7.3 2,995 8.1 644 1.7 552 1.5 201 0.5
East Ayrshire 33.2% 12,617 41.1 5,044 16.4 2,441 8.0 3,966 13.0 1,677 5.5 3,464 11.3 677 2.2 615 2.0 175 0.6
East Dunbartonshire 47.1% 13,414 34.5 9,615 12.3 4,787 24.8 2,617 6.7 3,112 8.0 3,925 10.1 470 1.2 708 1.8 193 0.6
East Lothian 42.9% 10,992 32.6 4,481 13.3 5,079 15.1 3,986 11.8 3,095 9.2 4,635 13.8 532 1.6 679 2.0 133 0.4
East Renfrewshire 48.4% 11,366 33.6 4,016 11.9 5,487 16.2 2,834 8.4 2,560 7.6 5,898 17.5 416 1.2 995 3.0 234 0.7
City of Edinburgh 50.2% 57,432 33.3 16,162 9.4 39,609 22.9 12,251 7.1 23,868 13.8 17,222 10.0 1,864 1.1 3,269 1.9 525 0.4
Falkirk 35.6% 18,102 43.0 7,160 17.0 3,836 9.1 4,132 9.9 2,717 6.5 3,913 9.3 932 2.2 1,044 2.5 298 0.7
Fife 38.9% 39,446 37.6 16,738 16.0 17,269 16.5 10,216 9.7 7,059 6.7 9,916 9.5 1,962 1.9 1,798 1.7 544 0.5
Glasgow 35.8% 68,216 43.9 15,276 9.8 14,357 9.2 23,423 15.0 18,862 12.1 9,700 6.2 2,496 1.6 2,511 1.6 641 0.4
Highland 43.2% 28,681 37.3 13,854 18.0 13,416 17.4 3,109 4.0 7,052 9.2 7,577 9.9 1,619 2.1 1,199 1.6 410 0.5
Inverclyde 39.9% 9,237 41.9 3,207 14.6 2,225 10.1 3,236 14.7 1,136 5.2 2,054 9.3 384 1.7 425 1.9 127 0.6
Midlothian 38.2% 9,773 37.1 3,709 14.1 3,463 13.1 3,261 12.4 2,379 9.0 2,405 9.1 550 2.1 596 2.3 152 0.6
Moray 38.0% 9,027 34.1 5,807 21.9 2,686 10.1 958 3.6 1,910 7.2 4,648 17.5 656 2.5 585 2.2 210 0.8
North Ayrshire 35.6% 15,493 41.6 6,524 17.5 2,934 7.9 3,766 10.1 2,093 5.6 4,662 12.5 820 2.2 734 2.0 226 0.6
North Lanarkshire 33.6% 38,232 45.4 11,789 14.0 5,846 6.9 13,820 16.4 4,330 5.1 6,561 7.8 1,730 2.1 1,483 1.8 392 0.5
Perth and Kinross 45.9% 18,116 35.8 8,088 16.0 7,350 14.5 1,518 3.0 3,698 7.3 9,856 19.5 770 1.5 889 1.8 264 0.6
Renfrewshire 40.3% 21,870 41.6 7,189 13.7 5,660 10.8 6,976 13.3 3,545 6.7 4,941 9.4 991 1.9 1,090 2.1 330 0.5
Scottish Borders 43.0% 10,761 28.3 7,188 18.9 6,900 18.1 1,059 2.8 2,997 7.9 7,152 18.8 671 1.8 730 1.9 408 1.1
Stirling 46.7% 11,780 38.3 3,774 12.3 4,645 15.1 1,915 6.2 2,937 9.6 4,643 15.1 401 1.3 558 1.8 93 0.3
South Lanarkshire 37.6% 37,552 40.7 13,818 15.0 9,751 10.6 11,543 12.5 5,815 6.3 9,838 10.7 1,668 1.8 1,819 2.0 472 0.4
South Ayrshire 40.8% 12,254 34.2 6,199 17.3 3,763 10.5 2,609 7.3 2,064 5.8 7,334 20.5 687 1.9 720 2.0 219 0.6
West Dunbartonshire 35.7% 10,670 45.5 3,240 13.8 1,706 7.3 3,748 16.0 1,554 6.6 1,484 6.3 486 2.1 417 1.8 138 0.6
West Lothian 38.5% 20,132 39.9 8,278 16.4 5,510 10.9 5,826 11.6 3,512 7.0 4,609 9.1 1,143 2.3 1,130 2.2 290 0.6
Na h-Eileanan Siar (Western Isles) 39.3% 3,606 43.7 1,640 19.9 611 7.4 814 9.8 581 7.0 611 7.4 189 2.3 130 1.6 28 0.3
Orkney 38.3% 1,548 24.2 1,035 16.2 2,144 33.5 204 3.2 724 11.3 499 7.8 157 2.5 75 1.2 21 0.1
Shetland 39.6% 1,751 25.9 1,330 19.7 2,001 29.6 305 4.5 756 11.2 342 5.1 151 2.2 82 1.2 32 0.5

Wales (4 seats)[edit]

Map showing highest polling party by counting area in the Wales electoral region.
European Election 2019: Wales
List Candidates Votes % ±
Brexit Party Nathan Gill, James Wells
Gethin James, Julie Price
271,404
(135,702)
32.5 N/A
Plaid Cymru Jill Evans
Carmen Smith, Patrick McGuinness, Ioan Bellin
163,928 19.6 +4.3
Labour Jacqueline Jones
Matthew Dorrance, Mary Wimbury, Mark Whitcott
127,833 15.3 -12.9
Liberal Democrat Sam Bennett, Donna Lalek, Alistair Cameron, Andrew Parkhurst 113,885 13.6 +9.7
Conservative Daniel Boucher, Craig Lawton, Fay Jones, Tomos Davies 54,587 6.5 -10.9
Green Anthony Slaughter, Ian Chandler, Ceri Davies, Duncan Rees 52,660 6.3 +1.8
UKIP Kristian Hicks, Keith Edwards, Thomas Harrison, Robert McNeil-Wilson 27,566 3.3 -24.3
Change UK Jon Owen Jones, June Davies, Matthew Paul, Sally Anne Stephenson 24,332 2.9 N/A
Turnout 836,195 37.1 +5.6

The Wales electoral region is broken down into 22 local council areas.

District Turnout Plaid Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK Lead
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Anglesey[139] 20,576 40.7% 7.144 34.7 6,791 33.0 1,603 7.8 1,890 9.2 941 4.6 1,157 5.6 668 3.2 382 1.9 1.7%
Blaenau Gwent[140] 15,185 30.4%[141] 2,072 13.6 5,995 39.5 1,058 7.0 3,679 24.2 646 4.3 454 3.0 806 5.3 475 3.2 15.3%
Bridgend % 15.1 35.7 11.8 18.4 5.4 6.1 3.6 3.5 17.3%
Caerphilly % 18.0 37.6 9.0 19.9 5.5 2.7 4.4 2.8 17.7%
Cardiff 41.6% 20.2 21.2 20.9 17.4 5.5 6.4 2.2 3.2 0.3%
Carmarthenshire[142] 41.8% 18,040 31.3 19,004 32.9 4,598 8.0 7,263 12.6 2,753 4.8 2,839 4.9 1,855 3.2 1,371 2.4 1.7%
Ceredigion % 8,908 37.2 6,471 32.9 3,915 16.3 1,231 5.1 1,638 6.8 896 3.7 578 2.4 328 1.4 4.3%
Conwy 38.5% 20.0 35.8 13.1 10.1 5.8 8.9 3.4 2.8 15.8%
Denbighshire 37.0% 18.0 34.0 12.0 14.0 6.0 10.0 4.0 3.0 16.0%
Flintshire % 10.7 38.0 14.5 15.6 6.3 7.9 3.6 3.4 22.4%
Gwynedd % 18,009 50.8 7,886 22.3 2,244 6.3 2,761 7.8 1,826 5.1 1,335 3.7 866 2.4 513 1.4 28.5%
Merthyr Tydfil % 16.0 34.9 8.6 25.7 3.1 2.9 4.8 3.8 9.2%
Monmouthshire 42.0% 10.8 33.0 20.4 8.6 9.3 11.4 2.7 3.8 12.6%
Neath Port Talbot % 19.1 32.4 8.8 23.6 4.7 3.7 4.2 3.5 8.8%
Newport % 3,277 9.5 12,270 35.6 4,821 14.0 6,934 20.1 2,172 6.1 2,754 8.20 1,200 3.4 1,065 3.1 15.5%
Pembrokeshire % 15.6 38.1 12.2 11.2 7.0 10.0 3.4 2.5 22.5%
Powys % 12.2 35.3 23.8 7.3 7.0 9.0 3.3 1.9 11.5%
Rhondda Cynon Taf % 21.9 33.8 8.3 21.1 5.0 3.5 3.6 2.7 11.9%
Swansea % 15.0 31.7 16.0 18.5 6.7 6.2 3.1 2.8 13.2%
Torfaen % 10.9 39.0 11.6 18.0 5.7 6.2 4.3 3.4 21.0%
Vale of Glamorgan 41.6% 15.3 31.5 17.0 11.5 8.2 9.9 2.9 3.7 14.5%
Wrexham % 14.0 37.0 13.3 15.3 5.5 7.6 3.2 4.1 21.7%

Estimated results by Westminster constituency[edit]

Map of estimated results for Westminster constituencies

Estimated equivalent results for House of Commons constituencies in England, Scotland and Wales were produced by Professor Chris Hanretty of Royal Holloway, University of London. Hanretty warned that "These figures on their own tell us almost nothing about future general elections" and "These figures remain estimates, and so they are subject to error."[143] Martin Baxter of Electoral Calculus returned a slightly different set of seat estimates based on these results. Similarly, he noted that the estimates were not useful at predicting the results of general election, comparing UKIP's vote share in the 2014 EU election (27%) to its share in the 2015 UK general election (13%).[144] Hanretty's estimates are shown in the map and the tables here.

Parties Seats
Brexit Party 414
Liberal Democrats 74
Labour Party 67
Scottish National Party 54
Plaid Cymru 10
Green Party 10
Conservative Party 1
Others 18
Brexit Party majority of 236
Constituency Name Winner in 2017 Brexit Party Change UK Conservative Green Labour Liberal Democrats Other Plaid Cymru SNP UKIP Total Votes
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes %
Aberavon Labour 5661 31.0% 567 3.1% 608 3.3% 704 3.9% 4332 23.8% 1292 7.1% 4295 23.5% 782 4.3% 18240
Aberconwy Conservative 5582 41.9% 479 3.6% 1383 10.4% 1101 8.3% 1556 11.7% 2564 19.2% 134 1.0% 530 4.0% 13329
Aberdeen North SNP 6253 22.1% 646 2.3% 5446 19.2% 1755 6.2% 2938 10.4% 2455 8.7% 124 0.4% 8160 28.8% 574 2.0% 28350
Aberdeen South Conservative 2351 10.0% 575 2.4% 1765 7.5% 1939 8.2% 1560 6.6% 6233 26.5% 122 0.5% 8682 36.9% 331 1.4% 23559
Airdrie and Shotts SNP 2847 12.9% 345 1.6% 2812 12.8% 1003 4.5% 3300 15.0% 1227 5.6% 89 0.4% 9973 45.2% 455 2.1% 22052
Aldershot Conservative 9,432 38.0% 950 3.8% 2,750 11.1% 2,801 11.3% 2458 9.9% 5,382 21.7% 244 1.0% 822 3.3% 24,839
Aldridge-Brownhills Conservative 9,426 50.9% 583 3.1% 2,448 13.2% 1,068 5.8% 1,617 8.7% 2,060 11.1% 1,314 7.1% 18,516
Altrincham and Sale West Conservative 6,587 21.6% 1073 3.5% 3,136 10.3% 5,502 18.1% 3,624 11.9% 9,297 30.5% 564 1.9% 696 2.3% 30,480
Alyn and Deeside Labour 8494 47.8% 723 4.1% 1747 9.8% 1252 7.1% 1365 7.7% 2816 15.9% 544 3.1% 818 4.6% 17758
Amber Valley Conservative 10,425 44.5% 670 2.9% 2,487 10.6% 2,222 9.5% 3,482 14.9% 2,415 10.3% 209 0.9% 1,492 6.4% 23,402
Angus Conservative 4496 18.9% 417 1.8% 4503 18.9% 1589 6.7% 1326 5.6% 1909 8.0% 179 0.8% 8872 37.3% 485 2.0% 23775
Arfon Plaid 3382 27.9% 262 2.2% 523 4.3% 1123 9.3% 1578 13.0% 1281 10.6% 3509 29.0% 449 3.7% 12108
Argyll and Bute SNP 5450 17.9% 505 1.7% 3985 13.1% 2255 7.4% 1197 3.9% 5019 16.4% 184 0.6% 11366 37.2% 568 1.9% 30529
Arundel and South Downs Conservative 12,231 35.8% 1,537 4.5% 3324 9.7% 4,735 13.9% 842 2.5% 10,598 31.0% 233 0.7% 635 1.9% 34,136
Ashfield Labour 12,157 49.9% 1,080 4.4% 1,530 6.3% 1,607 6.6% 3,209 13.2% 2,223 9.1% 664 2.7% 1,892 7.8% 24,363
Ashford Conservative 14,959 45.7% 1,320 4.0% 3,255 10.0% 3,958 12.1% 2,101 6.4% 6,068 18.6% 228 0.7% 810 2.5% 32,699
Ashton-under-Lyne Labour 7,011 35.9% 432 2.2% 1,080 5.5% 1,885 9.7% 5,415 27.8% 1,634 8.4% 980 5.0% 1,075 5.5% 19,513
Aylesbury Conservative 1,0931 33.2% 1,575 4.8% 3,400 10.3% 4,643 14.1% 3,479 10.6% 7,838 23.8% 290 0.9% 744 2.3% 32,901
Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock Conservative 4861 17.8% 523 1.9% 5013 18.4% 1566 5.7% 2782 10.2% 2672 9.8% 162 0.6% 9110 33.4% 604 2.2% 27293
Banbury Conservative 11,413 33.2% 1,580 4.6% 3,771 11.0% 4,675 13.6% 2,789 8.1% 9,017 26.2% 289 0.8% 824 2.4% 34,359
Banff and Buchan Conservative 5259 23.6% 412 1.9% 3227 14.5% 1611 7.2% 1306 5.9% 2203 9.9% 138 0.6% 7397 33.2% 703 3.2% 22256
Barking Labour 6,338 25.8% 604 2.5% 1,125 4.6% 1305 5.3% 10,915 44.5% 2,089 8.5% 1,015 4.1% 1,139 4.6% 24,530
Barnsley Central Labour 8,333 46.6% 425 2.4% 598 3.3% 1,502 8.4% 3,191 17.9% 1,554 8.7% 1,227 6.9% 1036 5.8% 17,865
Barnsley East Labour 9,310 49.2% 410 2.2% 770 4.1% 1,381 7.3% 3,085 16.3% 1,347 7.1% 1,391 7.4% 1,216 6.4% 18,910
Barrow and Furness Labour 7,647 38.4% 473 2.4% 1,920 9.6% 1,940 9.7% 2,818 14.1% 3,572 17.9% 702 3.5% 862 4.3% 19,934
Basildon and Billericay Conservative 10,467 49.3% 680 3.2% 2104 9.9% 1,733 8.2% 1,782 8.4% 3,282 15.5% 181 0.9% 1,007 4.7% 21,237
Basingstoke Conservative 10,593 36.8% 1,275 4.4% 3,549 12.3% 3,311 11.5% 2,673 9.3% 6,282 21.8% 361 1.3% 767 2.7% 28,811
Bassetlaw Labour 11,888 47.4% 686 2.7% 2060 8.2% 1,819 7.3% 3,749 14.9% 2,827 11.3% 219 0.9% 1,842 7.3% 25,088
Bath Lib Dem 6,209 18.6% 919 2.7% 1,602 4.8% 8,768 26.2% 1849 5.5% 13,167 39.3% 318 1.0% 636 1.9% 33,468
Batley and Spen Labour 9,321 36.1% 457 1.8% 1,600 6.2% 1,994 7.7% 7,908 30.6% 2,520 9.8% 928 3.6% 1,111 4.3% 25,838
Battersea Labour 3,416 10.8% 2,922 9.3% 957 3.0% 4,544 14.4% 5,353 17.0% 13,155 41.7% 919 2.9% 288 0.9% 31,555
Beaconsfield Conservative 10,633 33.7% 1,683 5.3% 4290 13.6% 3,723 11.8% 1,622 5.1% 8,834 28.0% 236 0.7% 549 1.7% 31,570
Beckenham Conservative 9,448 30.5% 1573 5.1% 3,641 11.8% 3,624 11.7% 1,998 6.5% 9,001 29.1% 915 3.0% 743 2.4% 30,943
Bedford Labour 7,496 30.4% 882 3.6% 2,448 9.9% 3,007 12.2% 4,419 17.9% 5,341 21.7% 275 1.1% 766 3.1% 24,633
Bermondsey and Old Southwark Labour 3,742 10.6% 2,339 6.6% 1,264 3.6% 6,032 17.1% 8,582 24.4% 11,497 32.7% 1,202 3.4% 534 1.5% 35,192
Berwick-upon-Tweed Conservative 7,839 39.6% 804 4.1% 1,950 9.8% 1,529 7.7% 2,324 11.7% 4,430 22.4% 932 4.7% 19808
Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk Conservative 6237 19.9% 575 1.8% 6703 21.4% 2435 7.8% 978 3.1% 4586 14.7% 347 1.1% 8854 28.3% 576 1.8% 31292
Bethnal Green and Bow Labour 3,519 9.7% 1,603 4.4% 865 2.4% 6,568 18.1% 13,741 37.8% 8,393 23.1% 1,126 3.1% 539 1.5% 36,353
Beverley and Holderness Conservative 12,576 43.0% 764 2.6% 4,708 16.1% 3,077 10.5% 1,602 5.5% 4,828 16.5% 567 1.9% 1,102 3.8% 29,224
Bexhill and Battle Conservative 15,856 47.3% 1,317 3.9% 3,211 9.6% 4,005 12.0% 1,485 4.4% 6,474 19.3% 269 0.8% 890 2.7% 33,508
Bexleyheath and Crayford Conservative 10,241 42.7% 869 3.6% 2,666 11.1% 1,853 7.7% 3,141 13.1% 3,227 13.4% 802 3.3% 1,198 5.0% 23,996
Birkenhead Labour 5,538 27.7% 480 2.4% 1,116 5.6% 2,915 14.6% 6,407 32.1% 2,298 11.5% 548 2.7% 663 3.3% 19,965
Birmingham, Edgbaston Labour 5,675 25.1% 784 3.5% 2,077 9.2% 3,017 13.3% 3,729 16.5% 6,133 27.1% 1,201 5.3% 22,617
Birmingham, Erdington Labour 5,253 32.8% 436 2.7% 1,225 7.7% 1,464 9.1% 5,069 31.7% 1,784 11.1% 776 4.8% 16,006
Birmingham, Hall Green Labour 3,250 12.5% 614 2.4% 1,293 5.0% 2,613 10.1% 14,358 55.4% 3,348 12.9% 430 1.7% 25,906
Birmingham, Hodge Hill Labour 3,770 16.5% 328 1.4% 620 2.7% 1,286 5.6% 14,370 63.0% 1,753 7.7% 671 2.9% 22,797
Birmingham, Ladywood Labour 2,807 10.7% 696 2.6% 838 3.2% 3,201 12.2% 14,576 55.4% 3,561 13.5% 630 2.4% 26,308
Birmingham, Northfield Labour 6,930 37.5% 583 3.2% 1479 8.0% 2,078 11.2% 3,600 19.5% 2,916 15.8% 889 4.8% 18,475
Birmingham, Perry Barr Labour 4,871 23.0% 450 2.1% 1,503 7.1% 1,409 6.6% 10,169 47.9% 2,122 10.0% 698 3.3% 21,223
Birmingham, Selly Oak Labour 6,280 25.3% 698 2.8% 1,724 7.0% 5,474 22.1% 3,669 14.8% 5,768 23.3% 1,184 4.8% 24,797
Birmingham, Yardley Labour 5,898 32.7% 457 2.5% 1,294 7.2% 1,325 7.3% 6,291 34.9% 1,901 10.5% 883 4.9% 18,049
Bishop Auckland Labour 8,521 33.9% 819 3.3% 1,305 5.2% 1252 5.0% 9,186 36.6% 2,819 11.2% 1,223 4.9% 25,124
Blackburn Labour 5,752 21.3% 345 1.3% 1,468 5.4% 1,365 5.1% 14,430 53.5% 1,858 6.9% 1,027 3.8% 750 2.8% 26,995
Blackley and Broughton Labour 3,530 17.8% 382 1.9% 690 3.5% 1,624 8.2% 9,945 50.1% 2,696 13.6% 455 2.3% 542 2.7% 19,864
Blackpool North and Cleveleys Conservative 9,257 46.2% 486 2.4% 2,358 11.8% 1,584 7.9% 2,617 13.1% 1,816 9.1% 858 4.3% 1071 5.3% 20,047
Blackpool South Labour 6,999 42.1% 398 2.4% 1486 8.9% 1,398 8.4% 3,213 19.3% 1,455 8.8% 820 4.9% 855 5.1% 16,625
Blaenau Gwent Labour 5995 39.5% 475 3.1% 454 3.0% 646 4.3% 3679 24.2% 1058 7.0% 2072 13.6% 806 5.3% 15185
Blaydon Labour 8,517 54.3% 756 4.8% 766 4.9% 12 0.1% 4 0.0% 4,377 27.9% 1,263 8.0% 15,694
Blyth Valley Labour 8,172 43.5% 671 3.6% 1,554 8.3% 1,000 5.3% 4,196 22.3% 2,121 11.3% 1,066 5.7% 18,781
Bognor Regis and Littlehampton Conservative 13,745 50.6% 839 3.1% 2,596 9.6% 2,850 10.5% 1,627 6.0% 4,367 16.1% 221 0.8% 939 3.5% 27,183
Bolsover Labour 9,751 48.1% 694 3.4% 1,329 6.6% 1,472 7.3% 3283 16.2% 1,995 9.8% 335 1.7% 1,418 7.0% 20,277
Bolton North East Labour 7,560 32.8% 519 2.3% 1,690 7.3% 1,969 8.5% 6,556 28.4% 2,895 12.6% 907 3.9% 967 4.2% 23,062
Bolton South East Labour 7,752 33.4% 408 1.8% 1,587 6.8% 1,194 5.1% 8,348 36.0% 1,739 7.5% 1,029 4.4% 1,134 4.9% 23,191
Bolton West Conservative 8,945 38.5% 676 2.9% 2,413 10.4% 2,106 9.1% 3,180 13.7% 3,984 17.2% 880 3.8% 1,023 4.4% 23,206
Bootle Labour 6,076 28.1% 459 2.1% 683 3.2% 2,133 9.8% 8,733 40.3% 2,271 10.5% 520 2.4% 780 3.6% 21,656
Boston and Skegness Conservative 13,175 56.4% 508 2.2% 2918 12.5% 1,185 5.1% 1,725 7.4% 1,756 7.5% 311 1.3% 1,790 7.7% 23,369
Bosworth Conservative 11,731 43.5% 683 2.5% 2,874 10.7% 2,206 8.2% 1,609 6.0% 6,292 23.3% 167 0.6% 1,421 5.3% 26,984
Bournemouth East Conservative 9,025 36.4% 884 3.6% 1,888 7.6% 4,659 18.8% 1,944 7.9% 5,505 22.2% 64 0.3% 792 3.2% 24,761
Bournemouth West Conservative 10,752 42.4% 757 3.0% 1874 7.4% 4,280 16.9% 1,516 6.0% 4,813 19.0% 211 0.8% 1,184 4.7% 25,388
Bracknell Conservative 9,996 34.9% 1,239 4.3% 3,964 13.9% 3187 11.1% 1,992 7.0% 7,380 25.8% 225 0.8% 626 2.2% 28,608
Bradford East Labour 5,597 26.3% 287 1.3% 1,002 4.7% 1,624 7.6% 9,303 43.7% 1,767 8.3% 866 4.1% 820 3.9% 21,266
Bradford South Labour 7,575 40.0% 317 1.7% 1,214 6.4% 1,627 8.6% 4,620 24.4% 1,636 8.6% 911 4.8% 1,052 5.6% 18,953
Bradford West Labour 4,110 16.8% 277 1.1% 1576 6.4% 2,083 8.5% 12,747 52.1% 2,065 8.4% 970 4.0% 617 2.5% 24,446
Braintree Conservative 10,556 44.8% 805 3.4% 2,087 8.9% 3,378 14.3% 1,398 5.9% 4,236 18.0% 249 1.1% 837 3.6% 23,546
Brecon and Radnorshire Conservative 7765 30.7% 451 1.8% 2009 7.9% 1755 6.9% 1534 6.1% 5929 23.4% 5163 20.4% 688 2.7% 25293
Brent Central Labour 3,388 12.0% 1,130 4.0% 2,411 8.6% 2,344 8.3% 11,110 39.5% 5,975 21.2% 1,180 4.2% 614 2.2% 28,152
Brent North Labour 3,552 11.7% 1,034 3.4% 3760 12.4% 2,432 8.0% 11,597 38.2% 6,407 21.1% 990 3.3% 577 1.9% 30,350
Brentford and Isleworth Labour 5,678 15.8% 2,000 5.6% 3,295 9.2% 3,916 10.9% 8,102 22.5% 10,980 30.5% 1,313 3.7% 669 1.9% 35,954
Brentwood and Ongar Conservative 12,488 45.2% 892 3.2% 3,208 11.6% 2,608 9.4% 1,225 4.4% 6,108 22.1% 220 0.8% 886 3.2% 27,635
Bridgend Labour 7114 32.1% 818 3.7% 1432 6.5% 1360 6.1% 3264 14.7% 3077 13.9% 4433 20.0% 656 3.0% 22154
Bridgwater and West Somerset Conservative 13,228 45.6% 692 2.4% 2,207 7.6% 3,636 12.5% 1,526 5.3% 6,254 21.6% 271 0.9% 1,202 4.1% 29,017
Brigg and Goole Conservative 9,927 50.0% 552 2.8% 2,082 10.5% 1,570 7.9% 1,935 9.7% 2,097 10.6% 549 2.8% 1141 5.7% 19,852
Brighton, Kemptown Labour 7,156 25.9% 1,104 4.0% 2,277 8.3% 7,842 28.4% 3,580 13.0% 5,003 18.1% 180 0.7% 439 1.6% 27,580
Brighton, Pavilion Green 5,573 14.1% 1,816 4.6% 1,365 3.5% 16,302 41.2% 4,513 11.4% 9,244 23.4% 326 0.8% 383 1.0% 39,521
Bristol East Labour 6,883 32.1% 531 2.5% 968 4.5% 4,658 21.7% 4,391 20.5% 3,133 14.6% 72 0.3% 783 3.7% 21,419
Bristol North West Labour 6,635 19.6% 752 2.2% 1,414 4.2% 9,845 29.1% 3,387 10.0% 10,515 31.0% 511 1.5% 821 2.4% 33,881
Bristol South Labour 7,870 25.4% 745 2.4% 1,143 3.7% 10,470 33.8% 4,889 15.8% 4,812 15.5% 68 0.2% 1007 3.2% 31,004
Bristol West Labour 4,682 8.7% 1,230 2.3% 3,097 5.8% 24,154 44.9% 6,764 12.6% 13,049 24.3% 174 0.3% 586 1.1% 53,736
Broadland Conservative 10,823 38.5% 894 3.2% 2,736 9.7% 3,697 13.2% 1,548 5.5% 7,156 25.5% 219 0.8% 1,023 3.6% 28,095
Bromley and Chislehurst Conservative 8,230 29.7% 1,407 5.1% 3,169 11.4% 3,129 11.3% 2,478 8.9% 7,720 27.8% 881 3.2% 727 2.6% 2,7741
Bromsgrove Conservative 10,700 39.2% 1,146 4.2% 3,483 12.8% 3,110 11.4% 1,849 6.8% 5,857 21.5% 1,152 4.2% 27,297
Broxbourne Conservative 10,551 44.6% 802 3.4% 3,134 13.3% 1,909 8.1% 2,592 11.0% 3,550 15.0% 216 0.9% 877 3.7% 23,631
Broxtowe Conservative 9,894 34.0% 1,413 4.8% 2,621 9.0% 4,133 14.2% 3,278 11.2% 6,511 22.3% 210 0.7% 1,079 3.7% 29,138
Buckingham Speaker 12,484 34.4% 1,700 4.7% 4,580 12.6% 4,780 13.2% 866 2.4% 10,841 29.9% 273 0.8% 743 2.0% 36,266
Burnley Labour 8,282 39.4% 343 1.6% 983 4.7% 1,725 8.2% 5,396 25.6% 2,046 9.7% 1,745 8.3% 521 2.5% 21,041
Burton Conservative 10,072 42.2% 904 3.8% 3,260 13.7% 1,887 7.9% 3,277 13.7% 3,178 13.3% 1,295 5.4% 23,873
Bury North Labour 7,277 31.1% 755 3.2% 2,306 9.9% 2,516 10.8% 5,141 22.0% 3,870 16.5% 778 3.3% 753 3.2% 23,395
Bury South Labour 8,113 31.6% 808 3.1% 2,416 9.4% 3,042 11.9% 5,278 20.6% 4,066 15.9% 976 3.8% 951 3.7% 25,651
Bury St Edmunds Conservative 12,829 38.4% 1,047 3.1% 4,413 13.2% 5,982 17.9% 1,757 5.3% 6,152 18.4% 182 0.5% 1037 3.1% 33,399
Caerphilly Labour 7591 44.1% 624 3.6% 783 4.6% 1253 7.3% 3899 22.7% 2156 12.5% 81 0.5% 820 4.8% 17206
Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross Lib Dem 4211 23.0% 275 1.5% 2419 13.2% 1162 6.3% 555 3.0% 2342 12.8% 107 0.6% 6778 37.0% 479 2.6% 18326
Calder Valley Conservative 10,337 36.1% 693 2.4% 2,550 8.9% 4,734 16.5% 2,994 10.4% 5,097 17.8% 1,303 4.5% 958 3.3% 28,666
Camberwell and Peckham Labour 3,855 11.6% 1,672 5.0% 1,057 3.2% 6,318 19.0% 10,123 30.5% 8,780 26.4% 941 2.8% 495 1.5% 33,242
Camborne and Redruth Conservative 11,303 43.2% 588 2.2% 1,724 6.6% 4,212 16.1% 2,094 8.0% 4,549 17.4% 562 2.2% 1,108 4.2% 26,139
Cambridge Labour 4,623 12.6% 1,202 3.3% 1,317 3.6% 8,959 24.3% 4,338 11.8% 15,802 42.9% 137 0.4% 448 1.2% 36,826
Cannock Chase Conservative 10,538 50.3% 605 2.9% 2,111 10.1% 1,912 9.1% 2,373 11.3% 1,951 9.3% 1,468 7.0% 20958
Canterbury Labour 11,447 32.0% 1,386 3.9% 2,984 8.3% 5,680 15.9% 3,093 8.6% 10,285 28.7% 238 0.7% 677 1.9% 35,790
Cardiff Central Labour 4947 22.9% 679 3.1% 1364 6.3% 3650 16.9% 3903 18.1% 6327 29.3% 712 3.3% 21582
Cardiff North Labour 6857 31.0% 991 4.5% 2389 10.8% 1799 8.1% 2539 11.5% 6513 29.5% 414 1.9% 588 2.7% 22090
Cardiff South and Penarth Labour 6426 15.0% 1039 2.4% 1692 3.9% 2291 5.3% 6731 15.7% 4439 10.4% 19633 45.8% 600 1.4% 42850
Cardiff West Labour 5409 25.9% 904 4.3% 1686 8.1% 1689 8.1% 4975 23.8% 5736 27.5% 467 2.2% 20866
Carlisle Conservative 8,122 38.4% 544 2.6% 2,274 10.8% 2,475 11.7% 2,892 13.7% 3,027 14.3% 838 4.0% 964 4.6% 21,137
Carmarthen East and Dinefwr Plaid 8007 50.1% 582 3.6% 1251 7.8% 1188 7.4% 2215 13.9% 1991 12.5% 740 4.6% 15974
Carmarthen West and Pembrokeshire South Conservative 8750 45.5% 573 3.0% 2075 10.8% 1433 7.5% 2359 12.3% 2552 13.3% 671 3.5% 799 4.2% 19211
Carshalton and Wallington Lib Dem 8,509 31.5% 957 3.5% 2,102 7.8% 2,329 8.6% 2,916 10.8% 8,223 30.5% 982 3.6% 972 3.6% 26,990
Castle Point Conservative 12,821 58.7% 662 3.0% 2,122 9.7% 1,517 6.9% 1,237 5.7% 2,123 9.7% 183 0.8% 1,194 5.5% 21,859
Central Ayrshire SNP 4301 17.6% 495 2.0% 4295 17.6% 1338 5.5% 2046 8.4% 1820 7.4% 166 0.7% 9477 38.7% 526 2.2% 24463
Central Devon Conservative 12,364 38.4% 915 2.8% 2,626 8.1% 6214 19.3% 1,117 3.5% 7,798 24.2% 270 0.8% 935 2.9% 32,239
Central Suffolk and North Ipswich Conservative 11,351 39.6% 894 3.1% 3,035 10.6% 4726 16.5% 1,580 5.5% 5,877 20.5% 250 0.9% 955 3.3% 28,668
Ceredigion Plaid 6471 27.0% 328 1.4% 896 3.7% 1638 6.8% 1231 5.1% 3915 16.3% 8908 37.2% 578 2.4% 23965
Charnwood Conservative 12,541 41.2% 937 3.1% 6,678 22.0% 2,263 7.4% 2,496 8.2% 4,416 14.5% 79 0.3% 996 3.3% 30,406
Chatham and Aylesford Conservative 11,350 51.8% 790 3.6% 2,094 9.6% 2,258 10.3% 1,295 5.9% 3,166 14.5% 156 0.7% 793 3.6% 21,902
Cheadle Conservative 7,259 26.0% 982 3.5% 2,163 7.8% 3,770 13.5% 2,398 8.6% 10,100 36.2% 594 2.1% 631 2.3% 27,897
Chelmsford Conservative 10,597 37.5% 970 3.4% 2,512 8.9% 3,150 11.2% 1,642 5.8% 8,413 29.8% 162 0.6% 781 2.8% 28,228
Chelsea and Fulham Conservative 4,604 16.0% 1,918 6.7% 3,597 12.5% 2,679 9.3% 4,119 14.3% 10,665 37.0% 816 2.8% 400 1.4% 28,799
Cheltenham Conservative 9,070 26.5% 1,039 3.0% 3,358 9.8% 5,919 17.3% 1,514 4.4% 12,378 36.2% 231 0.7% 696 2.0% 34,206
Chesham and Amersham Conservative 10,319 30.0% 1,881 5.5% 4,381 12.8% 4,597 13.4% 1,496 4.4% 10,942 31.9% 241 0.7% 496 1.4% 34,353
Chesterfield Labour 8,742 38.7% 745 3.3% 1,313 5.8% 2,338 10.4% 3,716 16.5% 4,316 19.1% 192 0.9% 1226 5.4% 22588
Chichester Conservative 12715 37.4% 1292 3.8% 3928 11.6% 4846 14.3% 1082 3.2% 9195 27.0% 221 0.7% 720 2.1% 34,000
Chingford and Woodford Green Conservative 6600 27.9% 1268 5.4% 2359 10.0% 2765 11.7% 3622 15.3% 5582 23.6% 833 3.5% 649 2.7% 23678
Chippenham Conservative 10888 34.1% 990 3.1% 2132 6.7% 6065 19.0% 1613 5.1% 8918 28.0% 267 0.8% 1016 3.2% 31888
Chipping Barnet Conservative 6762 21.8% 2365 7.6% 4911 15.8% 2978 9.6% 4169 13.4% 8297 26.7% 980 3.2% 573 1.8% 31036
Chorley Labour 10278 37.4% 890 3.2% 2955 10.8% 3042 11.1% 4483 16.3% 4073 14.8% 767 2.8% 976 3.6% 27464
Christchurch Conservative 13998 51.7% 677 2.5% 2571 9.5% 2808 10.4% 823 3.0% 4865 18.0% 167 0.6% 1149 4.2% 27059
Cities of London and Westminster Conservative 4149 14.6% 1942 6.8% 3144 11.0% 3126 11.0% 3894 13.7% 10537 37.0% 1301 4.6% 375 1.3% 28467
City of Chester Labour 7470 25.9% 887 3.1% 2465 8.5% 5463 18.9% 3623 12.5% 7284 25.2% 943 3.3% 745 2.6% 28881
City of Durham Labour 7963 29.3% 1167 4.3% 1353 5.0% 4237 15.6% 2920 10.8% 7874 29.0% 1631 6.0% 27144
Clacton Conservative 15016 57.5% 590 2.3% 2341 9.0% 2012 7.7% 1746 6.7% 2498 9.6% 310 1.2% 1585 6.1% 26098
Cleethorpes Conservative 11704 53.7% 612 2.8% 2582 11.8% 1489 6.8% 1544 7.1% 2005 9.2% 437 2.0% 1425 6.5% 21798
Clwyd South Labour 6667 44.7% 674 4.5% 1312 8.8% 993 6.7% 2499 16.8% 2168 14.5% 606 4.1% 14918
Clwyd West Conservative 7998 27.3% 622 2.1% 2139 7.3% 1266 4.3% 2216 7.6% 2808 9.6% 11536 39.3% 763 2.6% 29347
Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill Labour 3309 15.6% 411 1.9% 1358 6.4% 1005 4.7% 2956 14.0% 1577 7.4% 107 0.5% 9945 47.0% 500 2.4% 21168
Colchester Conservative 9046 33.3% 998 3.7% 2418 8.9% 4631 17.0% 2673 9.8% 6481 23.8% 168 0.6% 768 2.8% 27184
Colne Valley Labour 9786 34.8% 680 2.4% 2086 7.4% 3856 13.7% 4600 16.4% 5366 19.1% 754 2.7% 962 3.4% 28089
Congleton Conservative 9579 38.1% 971 3.9% 2871 11.4% 3123 12.4% 2083 8.3% 5122 20.4% 546 2.2% 828 3.3% 25122
Copeland Conservative 7569 36.7% 738 3.6% 2184 10.6% 1916 9.3% 2965 14.4% 3728 18.1% 704 3.4% 815 4.0% 20619
Corby Conservative 13943 40.4% 1177 3.4% 4622 13.4% 2923 8.5% 4347 12.6% 5759 16.7% 267 0.8% 1504 4.4% 34543
The Cotswolds Conservative 11743 33.4% 1075 3.1% 4264 12.1% 5640 16.1% 1033 2.9% 10306 29.3% 244 0.7% 827 2.4% 35132
Coventry North East Labour 6194 29.5% 589 2.8% 1296 6.2% 1702 8.1% 8039 38.3% 2216 10.5% 969 4.6% 21005
Coventry North West Labour 7906 37.3% 683 3.2% 1849 8.7% 2369 11.2% 4533 21.4% 2817 13.3% 1041 4.9% 21197
Coventry South Labour 7160 29.4% 746 3.1% 1937 8.0% 3749 15.4% 4419 18.2% 5048 20.8% 1259 5.2% 24318
Crawley Conservative 9493 37.7% 887 3.5% 2721 10.8% 2367 9.4% 4728 18.8% 4128 16.4% 234 0.9% 628 2.5% 25186
Crewe and Nantwich Labour 11072 39.3% 906 3.2% 3026 10.7% 3017 10.7% 3675 13.0% 4378 15.5% 916 3.2% 1213 4.3% 28203
Croydon Central Labour 6895 23.8% 1426 4.9% 3163 10.9% 3187 11.0% 5850 20.2% 6360 21.9% 1222 4.2% 895 3.1% 28997
Croydon North Labour 5329 15.3% 1438 4.1% 3225 9.2% 3939 11.3% 12807 36.7% 6069 17.4% 1383 4.0% 739 2.1% 34930
Croydon South Conservative 8504 26.5% 1772 5.5% 3751 11.7% 3503 10.9% 3717 11.6% 8860 27.6% 1196 3.7% 846 2.6% 32149
Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East SNP 3365 13.4% 425 1.7% 1475 5.9% 1713 6.8% 5116 20.4% 2151 8.6% 105 0.4% 10230 40.9% 455 1.8% 25035
Cynon Valley Labour 5263 43.9% 391 3.3% 506 4.2% 674 5.6% 3548 29.6% 1019 8.5% 13 0.1% 585 4.9% 11999
Dagenham and Rainham Labour 10008 41.7% 608 2.5% 1826 7.6% 1272 5.3% 5829 24.3% 2020 8.4% 972 4.1% 1453 6.1% 23988
Darlington Labour 8264 40.5% 692 3.4% 2082 10.2% 1936 9.5% 3224 15.8% 3208 15.7% 1003 4.9% 20409
Dartford Conservative 12837 47.2% 1017 3.7% 2883 10.6% 2270 8.4% 3295 12.1% 3737 13.7% 213 0.8% 931 3.4% 27183
Daventry Conservative 12595 39.8% 1396 4.4% 4368 13.8% 3539 11.2% 1745 5.5% 6442 20.4% 254 0.8% 1274 4.0% 31614
Delyn Labour 7119 36.8% 663 3.4% 1513 7.8% 1327 6.9% 1063 5.5% 3128 16.2% 3852 19.9% 665 3.4% 19331
Denton and Reddish Labour 7620 38.3% 506 2.5% 1446 7.3% 2165 10.9% 4030 20.3% 2190 11.0% 837 4.2% 1078 5.4% 19873
Derby North Labour 7702 33.4% 677 2.9% 2273 9.9% 2711 11.8% 2604 11.3% 5149 22.3% 196 0.9% 1737 7.5% 23050
Derby South Labour 6404 30.8% 508 2.4% 1560 7.5% 1293 6.2% 6594 31.7% 2749 13.2% 146 0.7% 1555 7.5% 20810
Derbyshire Dales Conservative 9597 33.8% 1016 3.6% 3613 12.7% 4216 14.8% 1789 6.3% 6974 24.6% 163 0.6% 1027 3.6% 28395
Devizes Conservative 13944 35.3% 1164 2.9% 9240 23.4% 4840 12.2% 1155 2.9% 7733 19.6% 363 0.9% 1093 2.8% 39532
Dewsbury Labour 9945 34.4% 555 1.9% 1793 6.2% 2388 8.3% 7004 24.2% 3885 13.4% 2200 7.6% 1167 4.0% 28936
Don Valley Labour 10219 44.4% 534 2.3% 1376 6.0% 1760 7.6% 4028 17.5% 2261 9.8% 1603 7.0% 1255 5.4% 23037
Doncaster Central Labour 9525 42.7% 555 2.5% 1423 6.4% 1669 7.5% 4187 18.8% 1982 8.9% 1774 7.9% 1209 5.4% 22324
Doncaster North Labour 10271 48.2% 476 2.2% 1323 6.2% 1469 6.9% 3178 14.9% 1665 7.8% 1539 7.2% 1398 6.6% 21320
Dover Conservative 13742 47.5% 983 3.4% 2541 8.8% 3338 11.5% 2849 9.8% 4589 15.8% 234 0.8% 684 2.4% 28960
Dudley North Labour 8613 48.6% 432 2.4% 1919 10.8% 1039 5.9% 2941 16.6% 1568 8.8% 1208 6.8% 17722
Dudley South Conservative 8776 48.5% 443 2.4% 1736 9.6% 1215 6.7% 3001 16.6% 1741 9.6% 1182 6.5% 18094
Dulwich and West Norwood Labour 3461 9.9% 2336 6.7% 1386 4.0% 6737 19.3% 6564 18.8% 13214 37.9% 862 2.5% 332 1.0% 34894
Dumfries and Galloway Conservative 6142 20.7% 581 2.0% 5547 18.7% 2280 7.7% 2484 8.4% 3089 10.4% 194 0.7% 8632 29.1% 741 2.5% 29690
Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale Conservative 5903 21.2% 571 2.0% 6466 23.2% 1611 5.8% 1050 3.8% 4268 15.3% 195 0.7% 7143 25.6% 685 2.5% 27891
Dundee East SNP 1585 6.9% 342 1.5% 1068 4.7% 1654 7.2% 2216 9.7% 3312 14.5% 141 0.6% 12270 53.6% 306 1.3% 22893
Dundee West SNP 5380 22.5% 428 1.8% 3191 13.4% 1461 6.1% 2116 8.9% 1764 7.4% 125 0.5% 8931 37.4% 464 1.9% 23860
Dunfermline and West Fife SNP 894 3.7% 437 1.8% 2 0.0% 2783 11.4% 4495 18.4% 2897 11.9% 154 0.6% 12294 50.4% 454 1.9% 24410
Dwyfor Meirionnydd Plaid 4504 19.3% 251 1.1% 812 3.5% 703 3.0% 1183 5.1% 963 4.1% 14500 62.1% 417 1.8% 23332
Ealing Central and Acton Labour 4209 11.0% 2548 6.7% 3010 7.9% 4950 13.0% 7566 19.9% 13960 36.6% 1374 3.6% 477 1.3% 38094
Ealing North Labour 5451 17.7% 1325 4.3% 2761 9.0% 2234 7.3% 10364 33.7% 6282 20.4% 1561 5.1% 795 2.6% 30773
Ealing, Southall Labour 3198 10.5% 1088 3.6% 1645 5.4% 3335 11.0% 13951 46.0% 5633 18.6% 993 3.3% 473 1.6% 30316
Easington Labour 8857 47.6% 682 3.7% 1422 7.6% 864 4.6% 3504 18.8% 1720 9.3% 1545 8.3% 18594
East Devon Conservative 13106 36.6% 1177 3.3% 3109 8.7% 7117 19.9% 1491 4.2% 8439 23.6% 373 1.0% 956 2.7% 35768
East Dunbartonshire Lib Dem 3917 12.5% 599 1.9% 3643 11.6% 2371 7.5% 1239 3.9% 8965 28.5% 158 0.5% 10171 32.4% 343 1.1% 31407
East Ham Labour 3462 10.2% 928 2.7% 1550 4.6% 2614 7.7% 19426 57.4% 4192 12.4% 1048 3.1% 628 1.9% 33847
East Hampshire Conservative 11609 35.2% 1321 4.0% 4080 12.4% 4539 13.8% 1063 3.2% 9539 28.9% 237 0.7% 615 1.9% 33003
East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow SNP 4211 15.6% 609 2.3% 1278 4.7% 1603 5.9% 3226 12.0% 3419 12.7% 162 0.6% 11954 44.3% 534 2.0% 26995
East Lothian Labour 4481 13.3% 679 2.0% 4635 13.8% 3095 9.2% 3986 11.9% 5079 15.1% 133 0.4% 10992 32.7% 532 1.6% 33612
East Renfrewshire Conservative 4016 11.9% 995 2.9% 5898 17.4% 2560 7.6% 2834 8.4% 5487 16.2% 234 0.7% 11366 33.6% 416 1.2% 33806
East Surrey Conservative 12700 39.8% 1546 4.8% 3699 11.6% 3573 11.2% 1341 4.2% 7992 25.1% 237 0.7% 816 2.6% 31903
East Worthing and Shoreham Conservative 10572 36.1% 1291 4.4% 2901 9.9% 4883 16.7% 2771 9.5% 5917 20.2% 211 0.7% 713 2.4% 29259
East Yorkshire Conservative 12013 50.1% 615 2.6% 2030 8.5% 2230 9.3% 1946 8.1% 3169 13.2% 720 3.0% 1257 5.2% 23979
Eastbourne Lib Dem 13184 42.8% 842 2.7% 2859 9.3% 3474 11.3% 1605 5.2% 7920 25.7% 224 0.7% 726 2.4% 30833
Eastleigh Conservative 11568 41.1% 1046 3.7% 2351 8.4% 3058 10.9% 1395 5.0% 7705 27.4% 210 0.7% 779 2.8% 28113
Eddisbury Conservative 8632 35.1% 805 3.3% 2728 11.1% 3047 12.4% 2814 11.4% 5392 21.9% 433 1.8% 751 3.1% 24602
Edinburgh East SNP 13842 24.5% 778 1.4% 16937 29.9% 8252 14.6% 1950 3.4% 2632 4.7% 102 0.2% 11539 20.4% 552 1.0% 56583
Edinburgh North and Leith SNP 193 0.6% 723 2.1% 1 0.0% 6596 18.9% 2457 7.1% 7445 21.4% 88 0.3% 17071 49.0% 276 0.8% 34850
Edinburgh South Labour 1427 4.2% 754 2.2% 273 0.8% 2848 8.5% 1611 4.8% 18322 54.6% 87 0.3% 7929 23.6% 336 1.0% 33586
Edinburgh South West SNP 486 1.8% 586 2.2% 11 0.0% 4164 15.6% 4779 17.9% 4729 17.7% 123 0.5% 11481 43.0% 362 1.4% 26720
Edinburgh West Lib Dem 214 1.0% 428 2.1% 2008 9.8% 1454 7.1% 6482 31.7% 125 0.6% 9412 46.0% 339 1.7% 20462
Edmonton Labour 4109 17.1% 843 3.5% 1612 6.7% 1834 7.6% 10844 45.1% 3306 13.7% 916 3.8% 593 2.5% 24057
Ellesmere Port and Neston Labour 8676 38.5% 644 2.9% 2452 10.9% 2276 10.1% 3465 15.4% 3847 17.1% 366 1.6% 807 3.6% 22532
Elmet and Rothwell Conservative 9710 39.0% 721 2.9% 2683 10.8% 1913 7.7% 4023 16.2% 4740 19.1% 254 1.0% 825 3.3% 24870
Eltham Labour 8112 30.2% 1283 4.8% 1709 6.4% 2711 10.1% 4505 16.8% 5624 20.9% 1851 6.9% 1089 4.1% 26883
Enfield North Labour 5431 22.2% 1102 4.5% 1817 7.4% 2806 11.5% 7111 29.1% 4608 18.9% 856 3.5% 683 2.8% 24415
Enfield, Southgate Labour 5111 19.0% 1542 5.7% 3072 11.4% 3124 11.6% 4887 18.2% 7802 29.0% 872 3.2% 510 1.9% 26919
Epping Forest Conservative 11450 42.6% 944 3.5% 3279 12.2% 2967 11.0% 1948 7.2% 5239 19.5% 188 0.7% 854 3.2% 26869
Epsom and Ewell Conservative 10936 33.0% 1781 5.4% 3257 9.8% 3738 11.3% 1677 5.1% 10921 33.0% 243 0.7% 551 1.7% 33104
Erewash Conservative 9758 41.3% 717 3.0% 2741 11.6% 2311 9.8% 3357 14.2% 3245 13.7% 203 0.9% 1282 5.4% 23614
Erith and Thamesmead Labour 7071 26.3% 1053 3.9% 2049 7.6% 2549 9.5% 8282 30.8% 4188 15.6% 804 3.0% 931 3.5% 26928
Esher and Walton Conservative 9956 28.4% 1829 5.2% 4233 12.1% 3669 10.4% 1302 3.7% 13377 38.1% 281 0.8% 469 1.3% 35115
Exeter Labour 8805 27.9% 940 3.0% 1790 5.7% 8934 28.3% 3972 12.6% 6060 19.2% 207 0.7% 879 2.8% 31587
Falkirk SNP 5266 20.2% 759 2.9% 3486 13.4% 1101 4.2% 153 0.6% 2916 11.2% 212 0.8% 11551 44.3% 648 2.5% 26092
Fareham Conservative 13470 43.3% 1187 3.8% 3464 11.1% 3538 11.4% 1316 4.2% 7087 22.8% 271 0.9% 776 2.5% 31109
Faversham and Mid Kent Conservative 12039 44.6% 959 3.6% 2595 9.6% 3110 11.5% 1322 4.9% 6108 22.6% 183 0.7% 683 2.5% 26999
Feltham and Heston Labour 6303 21.4% 965 3.3% 2349 8.0% 1946 6.6% 11657 39.5% 4115 13.9% 1179 4.0% 995 3.4% 29508
Filton and Bradley Stoke Conservative 9165 33.6% 801 2.9% 2729 10.0% 4286 15.7% 2008 7.4% 6965 25.5% 430 1.6% 895 3.3% 27278
Finchley and Golders Green Conservative 4940 13.8% 3048 8.5% 4625 12.9% 4289 12.0% 5290 14.8% 12056 33.7% 1094 3.1% 461 1.3% 35803
Folkestone and Hythe Conservative 16456 48.0% 1111 3.2% 2770 8.1% 5236 15.3% 1976 5.8% 5535 16.1% 262 0.8% 934 2.7% 34280
Forest of Dean Conservative 11054 41.3% 739 2.8% 2492 9.3% 4706 17.6% 1857 6.9% 4703 17.6% 262 1.0% 934 3.5% 26746
Fylde Conservative 9872 41.4% 874 3.7% 3101 13.0% 2646 11.1% 1745 7.3% 4106 17.2% 665 2.8% 815 3.4% 23825
Gainsborough Conservative 11736 45.5% 764 3.0% 3333 12.9% 2271 8.8% 1552 6.0% 4663 18.1% 315 1.2% 1164 4.5% 25798
Garston and Halewood Labour 4402 25.1% 529 3.0% 576 3.3% 2181 12.4% 5881 33.5% 3272 18.6% 277 1.6% 446 2.5% 17564
Gateshead Labour 7540 25.3% 728 2.4% 1423 4.8% 3882 13.0% 11307 37.9% 3642 12.2% 1276 4.3% 29798
Gedling Labour 9413 37.2% 912 3.6% 2171 8.6% 3117 12.3% 4208 16.6% 4054 16.0% 205 0.8% 1243 4.9% 25322
Gillingham and Rainham Conservative 11813 53.1% 733 3.3% 2151 9.7% 2159 9.7% 878 3.9% 3374 15.2% 269 1.2% 872 3.9% 22250
Glasgow Central SNP 1418 6.5% 626 2.9% 49 0.2% 6875 31.7% 2963 13.6% 1831 8.4% 65 0.3% 7503 34.6% 380 1.8% 21709
Glasgow East SNP 96 0.5% 172 0.9% 5 0.0% 1416 7.5% 3860 20.5% 596 3.2% 110 0.6% 12162 64.6% 419 2.2% 18834
Glasgow North SNP 13482 36.1% 711 1.9% 9651 25.8% 1822 4.9% 1497 4.0% 3764 10.1% 47 0.1% 6065 16.2% 350 0.9% 37389
Glasgow North East Labour 75 0.4% 182 1.0% 1629 8.8% 3912 21.2% 681 3.7% 93 0.5% 11468 62.2% 391 2.1% 18431
Glasgow North West SNP 87 0.4% 329 1.4% 2736 11.3% 3887 16.0% 4450 18.3% 95 0.4% 12400 51.0% 322 1.3% 24305
Glasgow South SNP 64 0.3% 333 1.7% 2493 13.1% 2966 15.6% 2371 12.5% 85 0.4% 10436 54.8% 281 1.5% 19029
Glasgow South West SNP 68 0.4% 163 1.0% 1896 11.9% 4346 27.4% 686 4.3% 98 0.6% 8266 52.1% 354 2.2% 15878
Glenrothes SNP 824 5.6% 266 1.8% 1 0.0% 1030 7.0% 2387 16.1% 1848 12.5% 115 0.8% 7868 53.1% 478 3.2% 14817
Gloucester Conservative 10244 38.1% 711 2.6% 2647 9.8% 3465 12.9% 3434 12.8% 5109 19.0% 276 1.0% 1026 3.8% 26911
Gordon Conservative 4674 17.6% 608 2.3% 4756 17.9% 1418 5.3% 697 2.6% 4105 15.4% 156 0.6% 9658 36.3% 548 2.1% 26619
Gosport Conservative 13096 48.9% 846 3.2% 3021 11.3% 2747 10.3% 1362 5.1% 4607 17.2% 222 0.8% 866 3.2% 26767
Gower Labour 7065 38.7% 777 4.3% 1550 8.5% 1368 7.5% 2620 14.4% 4348 23.8% 9 0.0% 518 2.8% 18255
Grantham and Stamford Conservative 12387 42.4% 1119 3.8% 3975 13.6% 2829 9.7% 1914 6.5% 5064 17.3% 545 1.9% 1409 4.8% 29244
Gravesham Conservative 11491 45.4% 829 3.3% 2512 9.9% 2234 8.8% 3881 15.3% 3228 12.8% 224 0.9% 913 3.6% 25312
Great Grimsby Labour 7929 49.0% 413 2.6% 1263 7.8% 1349 8.3% 2341 14.5% 1463 9.0% 289 1.8% 1124 7.0% 16171
Great Yarmouth Conservative 11552 53.0% 562 2.6% 2114 9.7% 1748 8.0% 2236 10.3% 2079 9.5% 230 1.1% 1267 5.8% 21788
Greenwich and Woolwich Labour 4091 13.3% 2140 6.9% 1594 5.2% 5009 16.3% 7879 25.6% 8946 29.1% 623 2.0% 511 1.7% 30794
Guildford Conservative 8789 26.4% 1724 5.2% 2896 8.7% 5078 15.2% 1291 3.9% 12771 38.3% 293 0.9% 468 1.4% 33310
Hackney North and Stoke Newington Labour 2090 5.7% 1940 5.3% 983 2.7% 8503 23.2% 12422 33.9% 9192 25.1% 1159 3.2% 352 1.0% 36641
Hackney South and Shoreditch Labour 2007 6.4% 1729 5.5% 1126 3.6% 7200 22.9% 11403 36.3% 6774 21.6% 813 2.6% 334 1.1% 31386
Halesowen and Rowley Regis Conservative 9066 46.5% 513 2.6% 1870 9.6% 1529 7.8% 3249 16.7% 2072 10.6% 1203 6.2% 19501
Halifax Labour 8501 35.0% 418 1.7% 1711 7.1% 2168 8.9% 6730 27.7% 2396 9.9% 1380 5.7% 950 3.9% 24254
Haltemprice and Howden Conservative 10071 38.7% 739 2.8% 2074 8.0% 2537 9.8% 1301 5.0% 4899 18.8% 3367 13.0% 1010 3.9% 25998
Halton Labour 6686 34.9% 472 2.5% 799 4.2% 2022 10.6% 5216 27.2% 2419 12.6% 689 3.6% 843 4.4% 19146
Hammersmith Labour 4395 13.9% 2005 6.3% 2636 8.3% 3971 12.5% 6843 21.6% 10261 32.4% 1075 3.4% 502 1.6% 31687
Hampstead and Kilburn Labour 3470 9.6% 2636 7.3% 2339 6.5% 4991 13.8% 7798 21.6% 13946 38.6% 658 1.8% 334 0.9% 36173
Harborough Conservative 9654 34.0% 928 3.3% 3646 12.8% 3120 11.0% 2747 9.7% 7066 24.9% 178 0.6% 1075 3.8% 28414
Harlow Conservative 9303 44.8% 609 2.9% 1987 9.6% 1824 8.8% 3183 15.3% 2670 12.9% 190 0.9% 1005 4.8% 20771
Harrogate and Knaresborough Conservative 9820 30.0% 1091 3.3% 3901 11.9% 4579 14.0% 1691 5.2% 9209 28.2% 1485 4.5% 918 2.8% 32693
Harrow East Conservative 5266 20.1% 1153 4.4% 4083 15.6% 1639 6.2% 7455 28.4% 4688 17.9% 1313 5.0% 648 2.5% 26244
Harrow West Labour 4689 16.5% 1430 5.0% 3893 13.7% 2764 9.8% 7859 27.7% 5939 21.0% 1211 4.3% 556 2.0% 28342
Hartlepool Labour 9446 52.7% 793 4.4% 910 5.1% 980 5.5% 2465 13.8% 1729 9.7% 1586 8.9% 17909
Harwich and North Essex Conservative 10824 43.6% 893 3.6% 1966 7.9% 2938 11.8% 1172 4.7% 5855 23.6% 237 1.0% 945 3.8% 24829
Hastings and Rye Conservative 11768 38.8% 953 3.1% 2110 7.0% 5167 17.0% 3680 12.1% 5657 18.7% 230 0.8% 752 2.5% 30315
Havant Conservative 11026 45.6% 719 3.0% 2683 11.1% 2587 10.7% 1145 4.7% 4934 20.4% 188 0.8% 902 3.7% 24184
Hayes and Harlington Labour 5043 20.7% 798 3.3% 2086 8.6% 1624 6.7% 10573 43.5% 2911 12.0% 515 2.1% 778 3.2% 24326
Hazel Grove Conservative 7400 33.5% 727 3.3% 1547 7.0% 2685 12.1% 2096 9.5% 6325 28.6% 579 2.6% 747 3.4% 22106
Hemel Hempstead Conservative 9056 36.5% 835 3.4% 2911 11.7% 2478 10.0% 2285 9.2% 6249 25.2% 191 0.8% 829 3.3% 24833
Hemsworth Labour 9629 44.0% 454 2.1% 1132 5.2% 1727 7.9% 3477 15.9% 2615 11.9% 1573 7.2% 1280 5.8% 21887
Hendon Conservative 5387 18.1% 2078 7.0% 4332 14.6% 2494 8.4% 6521 21.9% 7070 23.8% 1239 4.2% 589 2.0% 29710
Henley Conservative 9942 27.9% 1729 4.9% 3895 10.9% 5390 15.1% 1042 2.9% 12802 36.0% 248 0.7% 533 1.5% 35581
Hereford and South Herefordshire Conservative 10936 40.8% 1095 4.1% 2805 10.5% 4158 15.5% 1517 5.7% 4911 18.3% 1353 5.1% 26775
Hertford and Stortford Conservative 10752 32.7% 1278 3.9% 3955 12.0% 5368 16.3% 1903 5.8% 8632 26.2% 237 0.7% 805 2.4% 32929
Hertsmere Conservative 8145 30.9% 1575 6.0% 4673 17.7% 2559 9.7% 2443 9.3% 6062 23.0% 213 0.8% 724 2.7% 26394
Hexham Conservative 7572 31.6% 1071 4.5% 2468 10.3% 2226 9.3% 1492 6.2% 8321 34.8% 789 3.3% 23939
Heywood and Middleton Labour 8952 38.3% 483 2.1% 1584 6.8% 2037 8.7% 4600 19.7% 2945 12.6% 1335 5.7% 1417 6.1% 23352
High Peak Labour 8946 31.9% 911 3.2% 2310 8.2% 4616 16.4% 3981 14.2% 6058 21.6% 164 0.6% 1089 3.9% 28075
Hitchin and Harpenden Conservative 8151 22.8% 1543 4.3% 3568 10.0% 4935 13.8% 2086 5.8% 14686 41.0% 224 0.6% 593 1.7% 35784
Holborn and St Pancras Labour 3954 11.1% 1992 5.6% 1517 4.3% 6213 17.5% 8623 24.3% 11448 32.3% 1268 3.6% 477 1.3% 35492
Hornchurch and Upminster Conservative 14586 48.6% 929 3.1% 3101 10.3% 2011 6.7% 2833 9.4% 3869 12.9% 1090 3.6% 1587 5.3% 30006
Hornsey and Wood Green Labour 2983 6.4% 2842 6.1% 1500 3.2% 10914 23.5% 9122 19.6% 17891 38.5% 891 1.9% 315 0.7% 46458
Horsham Conservative 12805 35.9% 1778 5.0% 5491 15.4% 4397 12.3% 1423 4.0% 8866 24.8% 244 0.7% 677 1.9% 35681
Houghton and Sunderland South Labour 9108 44.7% 744 3.7% 1511 7.4% 1239 6.1% 3571 17.5% 2124 10.4% 2076 10.2% 20374
Hove Labour 5961 19.7% 1770 5.9% 1823 6.0% 9133 30.2% 4269 14.1% 6911 22.9% 73 0.2% 286 0.9% 30227
Huddersfield Labour 6792 30.8% 412 1.9% 1341 6.1% 2697 12.2% 5923 26.9% 3075 14.0% 957 4.3% 836 3.8% 22032
Huntingdon Conservative 11770 36.0% 1505 4.6% 3849 11.8% 4308 13.2% 2113 6.5% 7777 23.8% 267 0.8% 1086 3.3% 32674
Hyndburn Labour 8495 38.7% 438 2.0% 1823 8.3% 1722 7.8% 5491 25.0% 1866 8.5% 972 4.4% 1162 5.3% 21969
Ilford North Labour 6316 26.0% 1070 4.4% 2877 11.8% 1809 7.4% 6132 25.2% 4278 17.6% 1079 4.4% 724 3.0% 24286
Ilford South Labour 4300 13.5% 1042 3.3% 2234 7.0% 2383 7.5% 15890 49.8% 4516 14.2% 955 3.0% 575 1.8% 31895
Inverclyde SNP 3207 14.6% 425 1.9% 2054 9.3% 1136 5.2% 3236 14.7% 2225 10.1% 127 0.6% 9237 41.9% 384 1.7% 22031
Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey SNP 5451 15.6% 531 1.5% 3169 9.1% 3913 11.2% 2121 6.1% 5588 16.0% 171 0.5% 13337 38.2% 659 1.9% 34939
Ipswich Labour 8929 34.7% 696 2.7% 2223 8.6% 3595 14.0% 4451 17.3% 4660 18.1% 216 0.8% 940 3.7% 25710
Isle of Wight Conservative 19392 46.7% 1107 2.7% 3577 8.6% 6855 16.5% 2481 6.0% 6557 15.8% 290 0.7% 1292 3.1% 41551
Islington North Labour 3131 9.3% 1960 5.8% 725 2.1% 6943 20.5% 10470 30.9% 9450 27.9% 759 2.2% 407 1.2% 33846
Islington South and Finsbury Labour 3377 10.3% 1811 5.5% 907 2.8% 6104 18.6% 8547 26.0% 10440 31.8% 1120 3.4% 506 1.5% 32811
Islwyn Labour 6782 30.8% 485 2.2% 663 3.0% 932 4.2% 3409 15.5% 1485 6.7% 7467 33.9% 812 3.7% 22035
Jarrow Labour 8501 44.1% 828 4.3% 989 5.1% 1813 9.4% 3290 17.1% 2470 12.8% 1364 7.1% 19255
Keighley Labour 8002 33.2% 475 2.0% 1773 7.4% 3177 13.2% 3739 15.5% 5159 21.4% 921 3.8% 863 3.6% 24108
Kenilworth and Southam Conservative 8638 30.5% 1254 4.4% 2891 10.2% 4254 15.0% 1194 4.2% 9252 32.6% 856 3.0% 28338
Kensington Labour 3901 16.5% 1605 6.8% 2779 11.7% 2203 9.3% 3606 15.2% 8489 35.8% 778 3.3% 326 1.4% 23686
Kettering Conservative 10987 41.1% 961 3.6% 3228 12.1% 2787 10.4% 2769 10.3% 4473 16.7% 254 0.9% 1302 4.9% 26761
Kilmarnock and Loudoun SNP 3890 15.5% 503 2.0% 2985 11.9% 1406 5.6% 3134 12.5% 2106 8.4% 139 0.6% 10478 41.7% 502 2.0% 25141
Kingston and Surbiton Lib Dem 7938 21.3% 1496 4.0% 2948 7.9% 3494 9.4% 3091 8.3% 16343 43.8% 1175 3.1% 826 2.2% 37311
Kingston upon Hull East Labour 7696 50.7% 233 1.5% 534 3.5% 903 5.9% 2798 18.4% 1459 9.6% 460 3.0% 1100 7.2% 15182
Kingston upon Hull North Labour 5840 35.3% 283 1.7% 362 2.2% 2405 14.5% 2746 16.6% 3226 19.5% 786 4.7% 901 5.4% 16548
Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle Labour 6605 47.6% 270 1.9% 631 4.5% 934 6.7% 2572 18.5% 1536 11.1% 450 3.2% 888 6.4% 13886
Kingswood Conservative 9461 41.3% 637 2.8% 2261 9.9% 3246 14.2% 1959 8.5% 4413 19.2% 107 0.5% 844 3.7% 22928
Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath Labour 1013 5.0% 384 1.9% 2 0.0% 1251 6.2% 2210 10.9% 3284 16.2% 142 0.7% 11539 56.8% 487 2.4% 20312
Knowsley Labour 4826 25.1% 447 2.3% 329 1.7% 2564 13.3% 8068 42.0% 1566 8.2% 811 4.2% 598 3.1% 19209
Lanark and Hamilton East SNP 3982 13.1% 602 2.0% 4607 15.2% 1684 5.6% 2772 9.1% 3437 11.3% 156 0.5% 12615 41.6% 480 1.6% 30335
Lancaster and Fleetwood Labour 7724 27.4% 604 2.1% 3098 11.0% 5884 20.9% 3833 13.6% 4776 17.0% 1109 3.9% 1133 4.0% 28162
Leeds Central Labour 7368 21.7% 656 1.9% 962 2.8% 7537 22.2% 9313 27.4% 4734 14.0% 1943 5.7% 1418 4.2% 33929
Leeds East Labour 6298 35.2% 383 2.1% 1322 7.4% 1323 7.4% 5786 32.3% 1847 10.3% 191 1.1% 745 4.2% 17894
Leeds North East Labour 4591 20.7% 801 3.6% 2108 9.5% 2991 13.5% 5001 22.5% 6178 27.8% 141 0.6% 374 1.7% 22184
Leeds North West Labour 6713 21.5% 613 2.0% 1524 4.9% 7716 24.7% 1893 6.1% 7392 23.7% 4265 13.7% 1093 3.5% 31209
Leeds West Labour 5912 27.5% 476 2.2% 982 4.6% 4360 20.3% 5741 26.7% 2589 12.1% 660 3.1% 761 3.5% 21483
Leicester East Labour 3327 13.6% 429 1.8% 2061 8.4% 872 3.6% 15150 62.0% 1921 7.9% 83 0.3% 601 2.5% 24442
Leicester South Labour 4179 14.8% 640 2.3% 1701 6.0% 3688 13.0% 11475 40.6% 5550 19.6% 193 0.7% 869 3.1% 28295
Leicester West Labour 3961 21.5% 540 2.9% 1509 8.2% 1943 10.5% 6824 37.0% 2859 15.5% 77 0.4% 731 4.0% 18444
Leigh Labour 8893 42.7% 676 3.2% 1179 5.7% 1866 9.0% 3731 17.9% 2273 10.9% 1069 5.1% 1120 5.4% 20807
Lewes Conservative 9847 30.6% 1254 3.9% 2539 7.9% 6757 21.0% 1599 5.0% 9469 29.4% 178 0.6% 540 1.7% 32184
Lewisham, Deptford Labour 2884 8.3% 2008 5.8% 899 2.6% 8725 25.2% 9274 26.8% 9368 27.1% 1051 3.0% 360 1.0% 34569
Lewisham East Labour 4015 15.4% 1515 5.8% 1095 4.2% 3720 14.3% 6784 26.0% 7504 28.8% 930 3.6% 481 1.8% 26043
Lewisham West and Penge Labour 4815 16.3% 1767 6.0% 1735 5.9% 5402 18.2% 6195 20.9% 8271 27.9% 945 3.2% 489 1.7% 29619
Leyton and Wanstead Labour 3578 12.0% 1533 5.2% 1808 6.1% 5060 17.0% 8705 29.3% 7830 26.3% 843 2.8% 403 1.4% 29760
Lichfield Conservative 11178 43.1% 989 3.8% 3160 12.2% 2971 11.5% 1055 4.1% 5320 20.5% 1236 4.8% 25909
Lincoln Labour 9078 39.4% 660 2.9% 2071 9.0% 2763 12.0% 3202 13.9% 3890 16.9% 364 1.6% 1040 4.5% 23069
Linlithgow and East Falkirk SNP 4248 12.3% 764 2.2% 1449 4.2% 2902 8.4% 5492 15.9% 4152 12.0% 205 0.6% 14579 42.3% 678 2.0% 34468
Liverpool, Riverside Labour 3444 12.1% 665 2.3% 357 1.3% 6922 24.3% 8492 29.8% 6089 21.3% 1961 6.9% 612 2.1% 28542
Liverpool, Walton Labour 3566 21.9% 305 1.9% 262 1.6% 1334 8.2% 9045 55.5% 1237 7.6% 117 0.7% 426 2.6% 16292
Liverpool, Wavertree Labour 3025 14.8% 493 2.4% 397 1.9% 3128 15.3% 9029 44.2% 3860 18.9% 192 0.9% 315 1.5% 20440
Liverpool, West Derby Labour 3961 25.7% 384 2.5% 429 2.8% 1497 9.7% 6813 44.2% 1764 11.5% 132 0.9% 418 2.7% 15398
Livingston SNP 3924 13.1% 651 2.2% 3587 12.0% 2226 7.4% 4313 14.4% 2278 7.6% 170 0.6% 12105 40.3% 749 2.5% 30004
Llanelli Labour 7737 22.6% 533 1.6% 1086 3.2% 1012 2.9% 3948 11.5% 1564 4.6% 17622 51.4% 804 2.3% 34306
Loughborough Conservative 5830 27.9% 888 4.2% 148 0.7% 4083 19.5% 3067 14.7% 5552 26.5% 258 1.2% 1090 5.2% 20916
Louth and Horncastle Conservative 14502 52.8% 707 2.6% 3296 12.0% 1978 7.2% 1548 5.6% 3394 12.4% 318 1.2% 1712 6.2% 27454
Ludlow Conservative 9926 41.8% 938 4.0% 830 3.5% 3518 14.8% 1066 4.5% 6325 26.7% 1127 4.7% 23730
Luton North Labour 5537 31.9% 563 3.2% 1559 9.0% 1113 6.4% 5396 31.1% 2422 14.0% 140 0.8% 622 3.6% 17351
Luton South Labour 5353 26.6% 639 3.2% 1243 6.2% 1655 8.2% 7557 37.5% 2867 14.2% 163 0.8% 665 3.3% 20142
Macclesfield Conservative 8764 30.8% 1069 3.8% 3112 10.9% 4454 15.6% 2361 8.3% 7492 26.3% 486 1.7% 744 2.6% 28482
Maidenhead Conservative 8433 30.1% 1485 5.3% 2189 7.8% 3542 12.6% 1376 4.9% 10393 37.1% 185 0.7% 410 1.5% 28014
Maidstone and The Weald Conservative 13044 43.2% 1097 3.6% 3810 12.6% 3121 10.3% 1614 5.4% 6639 22.0% 193 0.6% 642 2.1% 30160
Makerfield Labour 9057 43.0% 638 3.0% 1111 5.3% 1794 8.5% 4042 19.2% 2136 10.2% 1100 5.2% 1163 5.5% 21040
Maldon Conservative 12333 47.4% 889 3.4% 2723 10.5% 2437 9.4% 1043 4.0% 5419 20.8% 205 0.8% 947 3.6% 25996
Manchester Central Labour 4133 12.7% 714 2.2% 1301 4.0% 7898 24.4% 11015 34.0% 6018 18.6% 539 1.7% 799 2.5% 32417
Manchester, Gorton Labour 3000 11.8% 337 1.3% 445 1.8% 3940 15.5% 10656 42.0% 3882 15.3% 2406 9.5% 705 2.8% 25372
Manchester, Withington Labour 2566 10.3% 824 3.3% 790 3.2% 6075 24.4% 5570 22.4% 8308 33.4% 357 1.4% 376 1.5% 24866
Mansfield Conservative 11108 50.2% 743 3.4% 1660 7.5% 1313 5.9% 3425 15.5% 1964 8.9% 385 1.7% 1519 6.9% 22117
Meon Valley Conservative 10549 41.9% 1028 4.1% 1980 7.9% 2642 10.5% 861 3.4% 7334 29.1% 171 0.7% 605 2.4% 25169
Meriden Conservative 10557 38.7% 961 3.5% 3070 11.3% 3558 13.0% 2261 8.3% 5751 21.1% 1129 4.1% 27286
Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney Labour 5842 37.1% 554 3.5% 479 3.0% 507 3.2% 4282 27.2% 1244 7.9% 2023 12.8% 825 5.2% 15756
Mid Bedfordshire Conservative 11376 34.9% 1554 4.8% 4303 13.2% 4900 15.1% 1553 4.8% 7499 23.0% 256 0.8% 1111 3.4% 32552
Mid Derbyshire Conservative 8938 35.1% 867 3.4% 2957 11.6% 3343 13.1% 1762 6.9% 6264 24.6% 145 0.6% 1195 4.7% 25471
Mid Dorset and North Poole Conservative 10342 44.7% 686 3.0% 1822 7.9% 3093 13.4% 954 4.1% 5246 22.7% 134 0.6% 869 3.8% 23145
Mid Norfolk Conservative 12560 43.2% 877 3.0% 3763 12.9% 3780 13.0% 1508 5.2% 5076 17.5% 287 1.0% 1233 4.2% 29081
Mid Sussex Conservative 10567 33.2% 1714 5.4% 2439 7.7% 4836 15.2% 1491 4.7% 10021 31.5% 226 0.7% 521 1.6% 31816
Mid Worcestershire Conservative 12283 41.8% 1228 4.2% 4311 14.7% 3162 10.8% 1529 5.2% 5513 18.7% 1386 4.7% 29412
Middlesbrough Labour 6443 41.9% 790 5.1% 639 4.2% 908 5.9% 4084 26.5% 1525 9.9% 997 6.5% 15386
Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland Conservative 9562 47.5% 1125 5.6% 1353 6.7% 1278 6.3% 2088 10.4% 3452 17.2% 1268 6.3% 20126
Midlothian Labour 3709 14.1% 596 2.3% 2405 9.1% 2379 9.0% 3261 12.4% 3463 13.2% 152 0.6% 9773 37.2% 550 2.1% 26288
Milton Keynes North Conservative 9910 31.8% 1258 4.0% 2641 8.5% 3724 12.0% 4729 15.2% 7891 25.3% 246 0.8% 757 2.4% 31155
Milton Keynes South Conservative 10707 35.4% 1219 4.0% 3034 10.0% 3078 10.2% 3978 13.1% 7105 23.5% 279 0.9% 869 2.9% 30270
Mitcham and Morden Labour 5425 20.9% 1094 4.2% 1938 7.5% 2389 9.2% 8622 33.3% 4606 17.8% 1112 4.3% 725 2.8% 25911
Mole Valley Conservative 10929 33.1% 1425 4.3% 3662 11.1% 3388 10.3% 861 2.6% 11952 36.3% 185 0.6% 567 1.7% 32969
Monmouth Conservative 9040 31.8% 1063 3.7% 3102 10.9% 2745 9.7% 2321 8.2% 6137 21.6% 3264 11.5% 715 2.5% 28387
Montgomeryshire Conservative 7167 42.2% 371 2.2% 1809 10.6% 1207 7.1% 1585 9.3% 4140 24.4% 14 0.1% 696 4.1% 16990
Moray Conservative 5807 21.9% 585 2.2% 4648 17.5% 1910 7.2% 958 3.6% 2686 10.1% 210 0.8% 9027 34.1% 656 2.5% 26487
Morecambe and Lunesdale Conservative 8004 42.6% 573 3.0% 800 4.3% 2665 14.2% 2431 12.9% 3550 18.9% 99 0.5% 685 3.6% 18807
Morley and Outwood Conservative 9404 45.9% 599 2.9% 1810 8.8% 1701 8.3% 2876 14.0% 2564 12.5% 625 3.0% 917 4.5% 20494
Motherwell and Wishaw SNP 3125 13.5% 406 1.7% 1194 5.1% 1344 5.8% 3818 16.4% 1519 6.5% 125 0.5% 11243 48.4% 445 1.9% 23219
Na h-Eileanan an Iar SNP 1640 20.0% 130 1.6% 611 7.4% 581 7.1% 814 9.9% 611 7.4% 28 0.3% 3606 43.9% 189 2.3% 8210
Neath Labour 6414 33.8% 733 3.9% 782 4.1% 1053 5.5% 4444 23.4% 1970 10.4% 2829 14.9% 778 4.1% 19004
New Forest East Conservative 12096 46.6% 951 3.7% 3139 12.1% 2719 10.5% 1047 4.0% 5079 19.6% 180 0.7% 719 2.8% 25930
New Forest West Conservative 11758 41.6% 866 3.1% 3327 11.8% 3586 12.7% 793 2.8% 7074 25.0% 205 0.7% 632 2.2% 28241
Newark Conservative 10845 37.5% 1105 3.8% 3703 12.8% 3295 11.4% 2670 9.2% 5860 20.3% 281 1.0% 1169 4.0% 28928
Newbury Conservative 10920 32.9% 1360 4.1% 4652 14.0% 4263 12.9% 1081 3.3% 10068 30.4% 210 0.6% 605 1.8% 33158
Newcastle upon Tyne Central Labour 5021 22.0% 824 3.6% 1201 5.3% 1956 8.6% 8227 36.1% 4456 19.6% 1088 4.8% 22774
Newcastle upon Tyne East Labour 5754 24.6% 864 3.7% 860 3.7% 3584 15.3% 4488 19.2% 6518 27.9% 1304 5.6% 23371
Newcastle upon Tyne North Labour 7553 35.4% 1058 5.0% 1572 7.4% 1088 5.1% 3868 18.1% 5175 24.3% 1003 4.7% 21317
Newcastle-under-Lyme Labour 9352 42.2% 689 3.1% 1964 8.9% 2303 10.4% 3187 14.4% 3301 14.9% 1353 6.1% 22149
Newport East Labour 6928 34.9% 540 2.7% 1402 7.1% 1033 5.2% 4050 20.4% 1950 9.8% 3254 16.4% 716 3.6% 19872
Newport West Labour 7439 39.0% 716 3.8% 1915 10.0% 1419 7.4% 3431 18.0% 3448 18.1% 23 0.1% 673 3.5% 19065
Newton Abbot Conservative 12685 43.8% 711 2.5% 2122 7.3% 4688 16.2% 1346 4.6% 6285 21.7% 247 0.9% 900 3.1% 28985
Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford Labour 11541 47.9% 446 1.9% 1421 5.9% 1609 6.7% 3966 16.5% 1857 7.7% 1628 6.8% 1610 6.7% 24079
North Ayrshire and Arran SNP 4715 17.5% 548 2.0% 3167 11.8% 1525 5.7% 2380 8.9% 2539 9.4% 153 0.6% 11299 42.0% 553 2.1% 26879
North Cornwall Conservative 12578 45.4% 650 2.3% 2340 8.5% 4272 15.4% 1803 6.5% 4728 17.1% 225 0.8% 1096 4.0% 27692
North Devon Conservative 12077 42.7% 563 2.0% 2408 8.5% 4261 15.1% 1101 3.9% 6587 23.3% 266 0.9% 1046 3.7% 28309
North Dorset Conservative 14332 41.6% 833 2.4% 6374 18.5% 3985 11.6% 1174 3.4% 6381 18.5% 250 0.7% 1126 3.3% 34454
North Durham Labour 8834 45.6% 861 4.4% 1387 7.2% 1184 6.1% 3127 16.2% 2713 14.0% 1248 6.4% 19354
North East Bedfordshire Conservative 10975 37.1% 1401 4.7% 3299 11.2% 3276 11.1% 1685 5.7% 7668 25.9% 212 0.7% 1042 3.5% 29560
North East Cambridgeshire Conservative 13190 50.2% 838 3.2% 3317 12.6% 2288 8.7% 1534 5.8% 3417 13.0% 270 1.0% 1413 5.4% 26265
North East Derbyshire Conservative 10195 42.4% 718 3.0% 2492 10.4% 2350 9.8% 3051 12.7% 3817 15.9% 180 0.7% 1234 5.1% 24036
North East Fife SNP 14006 30.8% 712 1.6% 9911 21.8% 1996 4.4% 1124 2.5% 9240 20.3% 133 0.3% 7744 17.1% 543 1.2% 45409
North East Hampshire Conservative 10486 33.4% 1590 5.1% 3962 12.6% 3570 11.4% 817 2.6% 10170 32.4% 254 0.8% 534 1.7% 31383
North East Hertfordshire Conservative 9247 32.3% 1094 3.8% 3145 11.0% 3916 13.7% 1945 6.8% 8182 28.6% 279 1.0% 785 2.7% 28592
North East Somerset Conservative 9529 36.7% 780 3.0% 2428 9.4% 3462 13.3% 1333 5.1% 7620 29.4% 62 0.2% 731 2.8% 25945
North Herefordshire Conservative 10940 38.5% 1194 4.2% 3137 11.0% 4601 16.2% 865 3.0% 6463 22.7% 1221 4.3% 28421
North Norfolk Lib Dem 11398 41.4% 642 2.3% 2488 9.0% 2851 10.4% 1020 3.7% 7780 28.2% 265 1.0% 1100 4.0% 27544
North Shropshire Conservative 11443 43.0% 1039 3.9% 906 3.4% 3279 12.3% 3394 12.8% 5125 19.3% 1396 5.3% 26583
North Somerset Conservative 11055 33.3% 1249 3.8% 2605 7.8% 6185 18.6% 1177 3.5% 9894 29.8% 262 0.8% 799 2.4% 33225
North Swindon Conservative 10936 39.4% 1012 3.6% 3005 10.8% 3374 12.2% 3434 12.4% 4471 16.1% 285 1.0% 1221 4.4% 27736
North Thanet Conservative 12389 53.8% 836 3.6% 1671 7.3% 2239 9.7% 1891 8.2% 3144 13.7% 97 0.4% 759 3.3% 23026
North Tyneside Labour 9182 36.3% 922 3.6% 1799 7.1% 1703 6.7% 7022 27.7% 3055 12.1% 1624 6.4% 25306
North Warwickshire Conservative 11507 49.3% 687 2.9% 2608 11.2% 1848 7.9% 2575 11.0% 2543 10.9% 1585 6.8% 23353
North West Cambridgeshire Conservative 13813 40.8% 1391 4.1% 3985 11.8% 4106 12.1% 2372 7.0% 6777 20.0% 281 0.8% 1167 3.4% 33891
North West Durham Labour 8746 41.5% 999 4.7% 1356 6.4% 1809 8.6% 3130 14.8% 3883 18.4% 1165 5.5% 21088
North West Hampshire Conservative 12062 39.7% 1265 4.2% 3748 12.3% 3424 11.3% 1376 4.5% 7512 24.7% 280 0.9% 753 2.5% 30419
North West Leicestershire Conservative 11019 43.3% 999 3.9% 2873 11.3% 2520 9.9% 2350 9.2% 4168 16.4% 218 0.9% 1292 5.1% 25439
North West Norfolk Conservative 10716 44.9% 877 3.7% 2631 11.0% 2867 12.0% 1802 7.6% 3703 15.5% 223 0.9% 1047 4.4% 23866
North Wiltshire Conservative 10470 36.9% 1027 3.6% 2419 8.5% 4403 15.5% 1032 3.6% 7826 27.6% 290 1.0% 896 3.2% 28364
Northampton North Conservative 8545 38.5% 873 3.9% 2125 9.6% 2481 11.2% 3478 15.7% 3335 15.0% 217 1.0% 1142 5.1% 22196
Northampton South Conservative 8075 36.6% 1002 4.5% 2247 10.2% 2204 10.0% 3944 17.9% 3406 15.4% 158 0.7% 1029 4.7% 22066
Norwich North Conservative 8575 38.4% 684 3.1% 2054 9.2% 2845 12.7% 3247 14.5% 3914 17.5% 148 0.7% 876 3.9% 22344
Norwich South Labour 5988 20.0% 949 3.2% 1677 5.6% 8342 27.9% 4155 13.9% 7824 26.2% 240 0.8% 727 2.4% 29902
Nottingham East Labour 3894 19.6% 790 4.0% 900 4.5% 2942 14.8% 7565 38.2% 3029 15.3% 65 0.3% 632 3.2% 19818
Nottingham North Labour 5512 34.4% 557 3.5% 1079 6.7% 978 6.1% 5858 36.5% 1276 8.0% 16 0.1% 765 4.8% 16040
Nottingham South Labour 6392 25.2% 835 3.3% 1670 6.6% 4794 18.9% 4771 18.8% 5143 20.3% 394 1.6% 1373 5.4% 25373
Nuneaton Conservative 9582 43.6% 710 3.2% 1805 8.2% 2128 9.7% 3543 16.1% 2895 13.2% 1293 5.9% 21956
Ochil and South Perthshire Conservative 4974 15.3% 561 1.7% 3844 11.8% 2078 6.4% 1764 5.4% 4274 13.1% 161 0.5% 14394 44.2% 527 1.6% 32578
Ogmore Labour 6305 41.8% 525 3.5% 807 5.3% 728 4.8% 3920 26.0% 1290 8.5% 786 5.2% 725 4.8% 15088
Old Bexley and Sidcup Conservative 11227 44.1% 979 3.8% 2981 11.7% 1948 7.6% 2283 9.0% 3982 15.6% 885 3.5% 1190 4.7% 25476
Oldham East and Saddleworth Labour 7076 29.1% 522 2.1% 1197 4.9% 2266 9.3% 7607 31.2% 3601 14.8% 1091 4.5% 993 4.1% 24354
Oldham West and Royton Labour 6587 28.8% 387 1.7% 1055 4.6% 1489 6.5% 9083 39.7% 2145 9.4% 1042 4.6% 1087 4.8% 22874
Orkney and Shetland Lib Dem 2365 18.0% 157 1.2% 841 6.4% 1480 11.2% 509 3.9% 4145 31.5% 53 0.4% 3299 25.1% 308 2.3% 13157
Orpington Conservative 11016 38.7% 1275 4.5% 3153 11.1% 2680 9.4% 1865 6.5% 6631 23.3% 975 3.4% 883 3.1% 28478
Oxford East Labour 4429 15.4% 1154 4.0% 474 1.6% 6174 21.4% 5666 19.7% 10262 35.6% 220 0.8% 443 1.5% 28822
Oxford West and Abingdon Lib Dem 9526 21.3% 1666 3.7% 5089 11.4% 7549 16.9% 1962 4.4% 18280 40.8% 159 0.4% 535 1.2% 44768
Paisley and Renfrewshire North SNP 3601 14.0% 576 2.2% 3160 12.2% 1299 5.0% 2097 8.1% 3172 12.3% 167 0.6% 11251 43.6% 473 1.8% 25796
Paisley and Renfrewshire South SNP 3588 13.4% 514 1.9% 1781 6.6% 2246 8.4% 4879 18.2% 2488 9.3% 163 0.6% 10619 39.6% 518 1.9% 26796
Pendle Conservative 7609 34.4% 353 1.6% 2786 12.6% 1629 7.4% 5765 26.1% 2325 10.5% 742 3.4% 896 4.1% 22105
Penistone and Stocksbridge Labour 9406 48.8% 530 2.7% 1069 5.5% 2106 10.9% 1802 9.3% 2844 14.7% 642 3.3% 885 4.6% 19284
Penrith and The Border Conservative 9049 37.3% 668 2.7% 3085 12.7% 3450 14.2% 1427 5.9% 5144 21.2% 660 2.7% 807 3.3% 24291
Perth and North Perthshire SNP 5396 16.9% 561 1.8% 7689 24.0% 2593 8.1% 1340 4.2% 4439 13.9% 165 0.5% 9303 29.1% 521 1.6% 32006
Peterborough Labour 9107 37.0% 663 2.7% 2450 9.9% 2463 10.0% 5525 22.4% 3280 13.3% 220 0.9% 936 3.8% 24644
Plymouth, Moor View Conservative 10464 49.7% 573 2.7% 1860 8.8% 1696 8.1% 3111 14.8% 2080 9.9% 110 0.5% 1142 5.4% 21036
Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport Labour 9560 33.7% 833 2.9% 1669 5.9% 5887 20.7% 3807 13.4% 4987 17.6% 446 1.6% 1199 4.2% 28389
Pontypridd Labour 6376 23.2% 675 2.5% 860 3.1% 1374 5.0% 3193 11.6% 2483 9.0% 11870 43.2% 651 2.4% 27483
Poole Conservative 10728 42.1% 860 3.4% 2072 8.1% 3472 13.6% 1303 5.1% 6049 23.7% 69 0.3% 955 3.7% 25507
Poplar and Limehouse Labour 3304 10.6% 1747 5.6% 1660 5.3% 2864 9.2% 11861 38.1% 8490 27.3% 730 2.3% 472 1.5% 31129
Portsmouth North Conservative 10287 49.2% 704 3.4% 1848 8.8% 1629 7.8% 1893 9.1% 3771 18.0% 70 0.3% 708 3.4% 20911
Portsmouth South Labour 8028 31.5% 763 3.0% 1520 6.0% 4240 16.6% 3056 12.0% 6830 26.8% 274 1.1% 795 3.1% 25505
Preseli Pembrokeshire Conservative 8279 33.9% 551 2.3% 2042 8.4% 1763 7.2% 2777 11.4% 2899 11.9% 5378 22.0% 734 3.0% 24422
Preston Labour 5308 24.1% 328 1.5% 973 4.4% 1920 8.7% 9054 41.1% 2570 11.7% 1003 4.6% 856 3.9% 22013
Pudsey Conservative 6994 34.0% 743 3.6% 1932 9.4% 2710 13.2% 2557 12.4% 4851 23.6% 160 0.8% 611 3.0% 20558
Putney Conservative 3906 14.1% 2104 7.6% 899 3.2% 3660 13.2% 3766 13.6% 11741 42.3% 1268 4.6% 392 1.4% 27737
Rayleigh and Wickford Conservative 15153 54.6% 880 3.2% 2770 10.0% 2423 8.7% 1318 4.8% 3659 13.2% 319 1.1% 1218 4.4% 27740
Reading East Labour 6757 21.7% 1497 4.8% 2377 7.6% 5772 18.5% 4116 13.2% 9789 31.4% 371 1.2% 499 1.6% 31178
Reading West Conservative 8024 32.7% 1081 4.4% 2295 9.4% 3211 13.1% 3766 15.4% 5477 22.3% 127 0.5% 531 2.2% 24512
Redcar Labour 9599 50.6% 697 3.7% 1280 6.7% 910 4.8% 3038 16.0% 1970 10.4% 1485 7.8% 18978
Redditch Conservative 8871 42.3% 876 4.2% 2518 12.0% 1897 9.0% 2371 11.3% 3217 15.3% 1220 5.8% 20971
Reigate Conservative 10263 33.1% 1479 4.8% 3515 11.4% 4475 14.5% 1655 5.3% 8733 28.2% 231 0.7% 617 2.0% 30968
Rhondda Labour 5583 46.4% 318 2.6% 427 3.6% 495 4.1% 3858 32.1% 697 5.8% 648 5.4% 12027
Ribble Valley Conservative 11272 41.0% 743 2.7% 3356 12.2% 2991 10.9% 2565 9.3% 4836 17.6% 696 2.5% 1011 3.7% 27472
Richmond Conservative 11897 37.7% 1031 3.3% 4313 13.7% 3868 12.3% 1493 4.7% 6036 19.1% 1814 5.7% 1097 3.5% 31549
Richmond Park Conservative 6264 13.4% 2182 4.7% 3778 8.1% 4621 9.9% 2192 4.7% 26153 56.1% 949 2.0% 496 1.1% 46635
Rochdale Labour 6516 26.6% 412 1.7% 1165 4.8% 1865 7.6% 9736 39.7% 2533 10.3% 1231 5.0% 1038 4.2% 24497
Rochester and Strood Conservative 12981 43.0% 889 2.9% 3118 10.3% 2532 8.4% 5871 19.4% 3691 12.2% 185 0.6% 923 3.1% 30190
Rochford and Southend East Conservative 9786 41.7% 750 3.2% 2033 8.7% 3033 12.9% 2683 11.4% 4014 17.1% 227 1.0% 936 4.0% 23462
Romford Conservative 12247 45.3% 875 3.2% 2604 9.6% 2141 7.9% 3421 12.7% 3385 12.5% 938 3.5% 1395 5.2% 27008
Romsey and Southampton North Conservative 9205 31.0% 1171 3.9% 3405 11.5% 4211 14.2% 1164 3.9% 9685 32.6% 302 1.0% 584 2.0% 29728
Ross, Skye and Lochaber SNP 4192 17.7% 394 1.7% 1989 8.4% 1977 8.4% 433 1.8% 5487 23.2% 132 0.6% 8566 36.2% 481 2.0% 23652
Rossendale and Darwen Conservative 9212 38.0% 639 2.6% 2254 9.3% 2809 11.6% 3952 16.3% 3311 13.7% 1056 4.4% 1017 4.2% 24249
Rother Valley Labour 11019 45.8% 606 2.5% 1468 6.1% 2229 9.3% 3130 13.0% 2587 10.8% 1582 6.6% 1437 6.0% 24057
Rotherham Labour 7599 38.0% 385 1.9% 796 4.0% 1643 8.2% 5561 27.8% 1433 7.2% 1349 6.7% 1228 6.1% 19994
Rugby Conservative 11254 40.3% 998 3.6% 3616 12.9% 2767 9.9% 2921 10.4% 5161 18.5% 1238 4.4% 27956
Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner Conservative 7816 27.2% 1454 5.1% 5196 18.1% 2113 7.4% 2655 9.2% 8076 28.1% 723 2.5% 670 2.3% 28704
Runnymede and Weybridge Conservative 9572 34.0% 1429 5.1% 3389 12.0% 3275 11.6% 1583 5.6% 8047 28.6% 253 0.9% 628 2.2% 28177
Rushcliffe Conservative 8871 26.3% 1602 4.8% 4437 13.2% 5314 15.8% 2848 8.5% 9428 28.0% 272 0.8% 900 2.7% 33673
Rutherglen and Hamilton West Labour 4510 15.2% 525 1.8% 2040 6.9% 2340 7.9% 5300 17.9% 2397 8.1% 133 0.4% 11785 39.8% 571 1.9% 29600
Rutland and Melton Conservative 11722 38.4% 1115 3.6% 4244 13.9% 3916 12.8% 1420 4.6% 6661 21.8% 297 1.0% 1174 3.8% 30548
Saffron Walden Conservative 13019 38.6% 1289 3.8% 3715 11.0% 3987 11.8% 1078 3.2% 9600 28.5% 239 0.7% 770 2.3% 33698
Salford and Eccles Labour 6554 26.3% 733 2.9% 1404 5.6% 4589 18.4% 5960 24.0% 3227 13.0% 1355 5.4% 1058 4.3% 24880
Salisbury Conservative 9995 32.9% 1012 3.3% 2168 7.1% 5828 19.2% 1113 3.7% 9114 30.0% 285 0.9% 898 3.0% 30412
Scarborough and Whitby Conservative 10848 42.1% 706 2.7% 2189 8.5% 2980 11.6% 2626 10.2% 3736 14.5% 1444 5.6% 1239 4.8% 25768
Scunthorpe Labour 8880 44.6% 465 2.3% 2207 11.1% 1528 7.7% 3425 17.2% 1746 8.8% 466 2.3% 1182 5.9% 19899
Sedgefield Labour 8230 44.9% 815 4.4% 1447 7.9% 1260 6.9% 2571 14.0% 2875 15.7% 1146 6.2% 18343
Sefton Central Labour 6910 31.0% 694 3.1% 1389 6.2% 2838 12.7% 3843 17.3% 5505 24.7% 497 2.2% 588 2.6% 22264
Selby and Ainsty Conservative 11027 38.8% 874 3.1% 3061 10.8% 2924 10.3% 2125 7.5% 5210 18.4% 2057 7.2% 1111 3.9% 28389
Sevenoaks Conservative 11594 38.7% 1400 4.7% 3897 13.0% 3339 11.1% 1236 4.1% 7780 26.0% 182 0.6% 530 1.8% 29958
Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough Labour 6021 31.5% 301 1.6% 515 2.7% 2407 12.6% 7249 37.9% 1710 8.9% 84 0.4% 844 4.4% 19132
Sheffield Central Labour 5215 13.2% 515 1.3% 466 1.2% 17344 43.9% 5959 15.1% 7388 18.7% 1393 3.5% 1250 3.2% 39530
Sheffield, Hallam Labour 7140 21.8% 711 2.2% 1386 4.2% 8189 25.0% 1460 4.5% 10560 32.3% 2380 7.3% 916 2.8% 32743
Sheffield, Heeley Labour 7022 35.5% 397 2.0% 769 3.9% 4074 20.6% 3846 19.5% 2765 14.0% 85 0.4% 815 4.1% 19773
Sheffield South East Labour 8378 46.1% 317 1.7% 1033 5.7% 1615 8.9% 4169 22.9% 1564 8.6% 91 0.5% 1024 5.6% 18191
Sherwood Conservative 11220 45.0% 971 3.9% 2409 9.7% 2322 9.3% 2483 10.0% 3591 14.4% 396 1.6% 1516 6.1% 24909
Shipley Conservative 8283 35.0% 591 2.5% 1956 8.3% 3891 16.4% 1989 8.4% 5255 22.2% 894 3.8% 817 3.5% 23676
Shrewsbury and Atcham Conservative 11440 33.1% 1155 3.3% 6635 19.2% 4986 14.4% 2039 5.9% 7178 20.7% 1161 3.4% 34594
Sittingbourne and Sheppey Conservative 14379 53.1% 866 3.2% 2256 8.3% 2417 8.9% 2040 7.5% 3795 14.0% 245 0.9% 1068 3.9% 27067
Skipton and Ripon Conservative 11227 35.2% 958 3.0% 3923 12.3% 4525 14.2% 1657 5.2% 6769 21.2% 1723 5.4% 1095 3.4% 31875
Sleaford and North Hykeham Conservative 14701 46.4% 1113 3.5% 3805 12.0% 2577 8.1% 1585 5.0% 5124 16.2% 1318 4.2% 1450 4.6% 31675
Slough Labour 5647 24.9% 776 3.4% 2034 9.0% 1462 6.4% 8656 38.2% 3264 14.4% 304 1.3% 525 2.3% 22668
Solihull Conservative 10814 40.1% 969 3.6% 3998 14.8% 3217 11.9% 1371 5.1% 5636 20.9% 995 3.7% 27001
Somerton and Frome Conservative 11788 36.4% 836 2.6% 1519 4.7% 6364 19.7% 1155 3.6% 9452 29.2% 274 0.8% 953 2.9% 32341
South Basildon and East Thurrock Conservative 12121 54.3% 650 2.9% 1818 8.1% 1717 7.7% 2328 10.4% 2141 9.6% 270 1.2% 1288 5.8% 22333
South Cambridgeshire Conservative 9349 22.5% 2812 6.8% 3244 7.8% 6392 15.4% 1872 4.5% 16822 40.6% 257 0.6% 729 1.8% 41477
South Derbyshire Conservative 9976 40.5% 1112 4.5% 3114 12.6% 2318 9.4% 2509 10.2% 3971 16.1% 192 0.8% 1430 5.8% 24622
South Dorset Conservative 10713 43.4% 649 2.6% 1162 4.7% 3974 16.1% 1671 6.8% 5284 21.4% 196 0.8% 1029 4.2% 24678
South East Cambridgeshire Conservative 10619 29.2% 2001 5.5% 3735 10.3% 5295 14.6% 1856 5.1% 11816 32.5% 210 0.6% 837 2.3% 36369
South East Cornwall Conservative 11980 42.2% 732 2.6% 2377 8.4% 4838 17.0% 1606 5.7% 5667 20.0% 236 0.8% 946 3.3% 28382
South Holland and The Deepings Conservative 13019 53.5% 739 3.0% 3245 13.3% 1700 7.0% 1143 4.7% 2547 10.5% 308 1.3% 1655 6.8% 24355
South Leicestershire Conservative 11168 40.5% 972 3.5% 3549 12.9% 2957 10.7% 2688 9.7% 4832 17.5% 209 0.8% 1196 4.3% 27570
South Norfolk Conservative 10860 34.8% 1122 3.6% 3266 10.5% 5385 17.3% 1815 5.8% 7532 24.1% 282 0.9% 951 3.0% 31212
South Northamptonshire Conservative 12573 35.6% 1716 4.9% 4937 14.0% 4399 12.5% 2198 6.2% 8003 22.7% 291 0.8% 1167 3.3% 35284
South Ribble Conservative 10392 38.8% 832 3.1% 2826 10.5% 2908 10.9% 3565 13.3% 4593 17.1% 722 2.7% 961 3.6% 26800
South Shields Labour 8143 40.8% 772 3.9% 988 4.9% 2093 10.5% 4850 24.3% 1791 9.0% 1338 6.7% 19975
South Staffordshire Conservative 12244 50.2% 896 3.7% 3249 13.3% 2061 8.5% 1567 6.4% 2992 12.3% 1369 5.6% 24378
South Suffolk Conservative 11771 41.3% 935 3.3% 2824 9.9% 4697 16.5% 1376 4.8% 5807 20.4% 220 0.8% 902 3.2% 28531
South Swindon Conservative 8190 31.7% 1014 3.9% 2545 9.9% 3487 13.5% 4404 17.1% 5040 19.5% 239 0.9% 894 3.5% 25815
South Thanet Conservative 12297 46.7% 880 3.3% 2303 8.8% 3309 12.6% 2134 8.1% 4319 16.4% 163 0.6% 898 3.4% 26304
South West Bedfordshire Conservative 10260 38.0% 1232 4.6% 3076 11.4% 3285 12.2% 2735 10.1% 4957 18.4% 239 0.9% 1184 4.4% 26968
South West Devon Conservative 12775 45.0% 936 3.3% 3285 11.6% 3611 12.7% 1740 6.1% 4877 17.2% 157 0.6% 1009 3.6% 28392
South West Hertfordshire Conservative 9785 27.9% 1245 3.6% 3665 10.5% 4627 13.2% 1905 5.4% 12872 36.8% 176 0.5% 743 2.1% 35018
South West Norfolk Conservative 12741 48.4% 902 3.4% 3302 12.6% 2657 10.1% 1678 6.4% 3378 12.8% 295 1.1% 1356 5.2% 26310
South West Surrey Conservative 9684 27.9% 1788 5.2% 4519 13.0% 4956 14.3% 889 2.6% 12045 34.7% 307 0.9% 499 1.4% 34685
South West Wiltshire Conservative 11317 40.2% 879 3.1% 1917 6.8% 4615 16.4% 1766 6.3% 6220 22.1% 317 1.1% 1107 3.9% 28139
Southampton, Itchen Conservative 9186 41.6% 827 3.7% 1750 7.9% 2398 10.9% 3335 15.1% 3775 17.1% 141 0.6% 686 3.1% 22098
Southampton, Test Labour 6618 27.9% 927 3.9% 1940 8.2% 3787 16.0% 4224 17.8% 5504 23.2% 132 0.6% 570 2.4% 23701
Southend West Conservative 10233 43.7% 842 3.6% 2161 9.2% 2728 11.7% 1809 7.7% 4584 19.6% 214 0.9% 828 3.5% 23400
Southport Conservative 6862 30.3% 608 2.7% 1536 6.8% 2747 12.1% 5005 22.1% 4662 20.6% 554 2.5% 638 2.8% 22612
Spelthorne Conservative 10860 40.4% 1034 3.8% 2858 10.6% 2842 10.6% 2287 8.5% 5913 22.0% 224 0.8% 849 3.2% 26867
St Albans Conservative 7070 22.1% 1489 4.7% 2933 9.2% 4089 12.8% 2230 7.0% 13461 42.1% 169 0.5% 501 1.6% 31941
St Austell and Newquay Conservative 14411 49.3% 704 2.4% 2398 8.2% 3883 13.3% 1926 6.6% 4317 14.8% 262 0.9% 1351 4.6% 29252
St Helens North Labour 7449 36.0% 657 3.2% 914 4.4% 2908 14.0% 4402 21.3% 2591 12.5% 950 4.6% 834 4.0% 20705
St Helens South and Whiston Labour 7416 33.1% 645 2.9% 983 4.4% 3185 14.2% 5608 25.1% 2812 12.6% 886 4.0% 838 3.7% 22372
St Ives Conservative 11689 38.9% 747 2.5% 2645 8.8% 6214 20.7% 1494 5.0% 6097 20.3% 219 0.7% 932 3.1% 30037
Stafford Conservative 10326 41.1% 1113 4.4% 2815 11.2% 2867 11.4% 2462 9.8% 4173 16.6% 1347 5.4% 25102
Staffordshire Moorlands Conservative 9682 47.1% 783 3.8% 2282 11.1% 1989 9.7% 1725 8.4% 3015 14.7% 1103 5.4% 20578
Stalybridge and Hyde Labour 7084 34.4% 585 2.8% 1266 6.1% 2981 14.5% 4272 20.7% 2549 12.4% 879 4.3% 984 4.8% 20601
Stevenage Conservative 8901 34.7% 996 3.9% 2776 10.8% 2867 11.2% 4044 15.8% 5004 19.5% 228 0.9% 835 3.3% 25650
Stirling Conservative 3774 12.3% 558 1.8% 4643 15.1% 2937 9.6% 1915 6.2% 4645 15.1% 93 0.3% 11780 38.3% 401 1.3% 30746
Stockport Labour 5380 24.4% 703 3.2% 1093 5.0% 3400 15.4% 4639 21.0% 5648 25.6% 536 2.4% 647 2.9% 22046
Stockton North Labour 9198 44.3% 705 3.4% 1674 8.1% 1174 5.7% 4417 21.3% 2181 10.5% 1419 6.8% 20768
Stockton South Labour 10088 42.4% 1090 4.6% 2439 10.3% 1669 7.0% 3060 12.9% 4112 17.3% 1317 5.5% 23775
Stoke-on-Trent Central Labour 6235 40.5% 539 3.5% 1108 7.2% 1478 9.6% 3374 21.9% 1644 10.7% 1030 6.7% 15408
Stoke-on-Trent North Labour 8762 48.2% 585 3.2% 1476 8.1% 948 5.2% 3644 20.0% 1342 7.4% 1419 7.8% 18176
Stoke-on-Trent South Conservative 7925 49.4% 628 3.9% 1293 8.1% 871 5.4% 2734 17.0% 1479 9.2% 1123 7.0% 16052
Stone Conservative 9854 42.7% 1051 4.6% 2699 11.7% 2492 10.8% 1637 7.1% 4241 18.4% 1121 4.9% 23095
Stourbridge Conservative 9659 45.3% 600 2.8% 2164 10.1% 1949 9.1% 2724 12.8% 3026 14.2% 1210 5.7% 21333
Stratford-on-Avon Conservative 10872 34.3% 1346 4.2% 4327 13.6% 4053 12.8% 1218 3.8% 8766 27.6% 1128 3.6% 31711
Streatham Labour 2992 9.2% 2675 8.3% 1391 4.3% 6199 19.2% 6935 21.4% 10936 33.8% 930 2.9% 305 0.9% 32363
Stretford and Urmston Labour 6436 24.0% 675 2.5% 2009 7.5% 3853 14.4% 8734 32.6% 3598 13.4% 656 2.4% 822 3.1% 26783
Stroud Labour 11033 29.2% 1053 2.8% 3218 8.5% 10720 28.4% 2681 7.1% 7895 20.9% 257 0.7% 891 2.4% 37748
Suffolk Coastal Conservative 11482 34.3% 989 3.0% 3666 11.0% 6210 18.6% 1654 4.9% 8329 24.9% 270 0.8% 859 2.6% 33460
Sunderland Central Labour 8543 34.9% 916 3.7% 1462 6.0% 2779 11.4% 5462 22.3% 3426 14.0% 1894 7.7% 24482
Surrey Heath Conservative 11689 39.5% 1272 4.3% 3727 12.6% 3180 10.7% 1415 4.8% 7514 25.4% 262 0.9% 562 1.9% 29619
Sutton and Cheam Conservative 8798 29.4% 1105 3.7% 2761 9.2% 2334 7.8% 2647 8.8% 10483 35.0% 953 3.2% 873 2.9% 29954
Sutton Coldfield Conservative 8220 34.1% 1029 4.3% 3079 12.8% 2746 11.4% 1720 7.1% 6595 27.4% 712 3.0% 24101
Swansea East Labour 6352 39.9% 490 3.1% 1058 6.6% 712 4.5% 4861 30.5% 1440 9.0% 345 2.2% 673 4.2% 15931
Swansea West Labour 6233 22.3% 591 2.1% 1219 4.4% 2081 7.5% 3982 14.3% 4120 14.8% 8927 32.0% 737 2.6% 27892
Tamworth Conservative 10424 45.2% 745 3.2% 2925 12.7% 1708 7.4% 2824 12.2% 2969 12.9% 1479 6.4% 23073
Tatton Conservative 7734 29.6% 987 3.8% 3118 11.9% 3531 13.5% 2078 8.0% 7592 29.1% 442 1.7% 638 2.4% 26119
Taunton Deane Conservative 13787 38.6% 1012 2.8% 3602 10.1% 5112 14.3% 1497 4.2% 9281 26.0% 330 0.9% 1110 3.1% 35731
Telford Conservative 8753 41.5% 755 3.6% 2139 10.2% 1673 7.9% 3994 19.0% 2449 11.6% 1310 6.2% 21073
Tewkesbury Conservative 11691 37.9% 1000 3.2% 3412 11.1% 4264 13.8% 1240 4.0% 7999 25.9% 266 0.9% 994 3.2% 30866
Thirsk and Malton Conservative 11964 39.5% 886 2.9% 3919 13.0% 3661 12.1% 1493 4.9% 5318 17.6% 1863 6.2% 1149 3.8% 30253
Thornbury and Yate Conservative 9213 36.3% 739 2.9% 2643 10.4% 3617 14.2% 1495 5.9% 6867 27.0% 91 0.4% 742 2.9% 25406
Thurrock Conservative 11083 47.3% 787 3.4% 1762 7.5% 1641 7.0% 4305 18.4% 2126 9.1% 422 1.8% 1289 5.5% 23414
Tiverton and Honiton Conservative 13689 45.4% 951 3.2% 2868 9.5% 4640 15.4% 1239 4.1% 5141 17.1% 404 1.3% 1210 4.0% 30141
Tonbridge and Malling Conservative 12125 39.4% 1332 4.3% 3523 11.4% 4233 13.7% 1146 3.7% 7701 25.0% 181 0.6% 569 1.8% 30811
Tooting Labour 4837 12.4% 2254 5.8% 7539 19.4% 5492 14.1% 6368 16.4% 11115 28.6% 913 2.3% 377 1.0% 38895
Torbay Conservative 13383 50.6% 724 2.7% 1973 7.5% 2787 10.5% 1260 4.8% 5093 19.3% 215 0.8% 1013 3.8% 26448
Torfaen Labour 7929 38.5% 682 3.3% 1225 6.0% 1107 5.4% 4030 19.6% 2170 10.5% 2533 12.3% 900 4.4% 20576
Torridge and West Devon Conservative 15079 44.7% 872 2.6% 2752 8.2% 5626 16.7% 1329 3.9% 6449 19.1% 374 1.1% 1242 3.7% 33722
Totnes Conservative 12205 40.7% 859 2.9% 2481 8.3% 5664 18.9% 1036 3.5% 6685 22.3% 216 0.7% 818 2.7% 29965
Tottenham Labour 2504 9.5% 1021 3.9% 807 3.1% 2519 9.5% 13036 49.4% 4974 18.8% 1122 4.3% 411 1.6% 26394
Truro and Falmouth Conservative 9958 29.5% 801 2.4% 2093 6.2% 8336 24.7% 1908 5.6% 9693 28.7% 188 0.6% 795 2.4% 33773
Tunbridge Wells Conservative 9834 32.8% 1571 5.2% 2417 8.1% 4267 14.2% 1428 4.8% 9712 32.4% 197 0.7% 576 1.9% 30003
Twickenham Lib Dem 7694 18.5% 1889 4.5% 3177 7.6% 4579 11.0% 2127 5.1% 20511 49.2% 1111 2.7% 585 1.4% 41672
Tynemouth Labour 8762 31.5% 1298 4.7% 2231 8.0% 2843 10.2% 4674 16.8% 6743 24.3% 1241 4.5% 27793
Uxbridge and South Ruislip Conservative 8313 29.5% 1081 3.8% 3368 12.0% 2996 10.6% 4558 16.2% 4874 17.3% 1853 6.6% 1093 3.9% 28135
Vale of Clwyd Labour 6927 42.5% 475 2.9% 1792 11.0% 1108 6.8% 3188 19.5% 2040 12.5% 24 0.1% 758 4.6% 16312
Vale of Glamorgan Conservative 10011 31.4% 1072 3.4% 3219 10.1% 2255 7.1% 3726 11.7% 4583 14.4% 6086 19.1% 942 3.0% 31895
Vauxhall Labour 2350 6.8% 2962 8.6% 1144 3.3% 7916 22.9% 7866 22.8% 11037 31.9% 1014 2.9% 259 0.7% 34547
Wakefield Labour 8614 40.5% 469 2.2% 1215 5.7% 1940 9.1% 4406 20.7% 2180 10.3% 1375 6.5% 1063 5.0% 21263
Wallasey Labour 6729 31.6% 519 2.4% 1422 6.7% 3210 15.1% 5764 27.1% 2259 10.6% 600 2.8% 759 3.6% 21261
Walsall North Conservative 7821 44.9% 430 2.5% 1453 8.3% 970 5.6% 3976 22.8% 1293 7.4% 1473 8.5% 17415
Walsall South Labour 6284 32.8% 501 2.6% 1942 10.1% 1088 5.7% 6245 32.6% 2000 10.5% 1079 5.6% 19138
Walthamstow Labour 3268 11.2% 1349 4.6% 1171 4.0% 5299 18.1% 10356 35.4% 6510 22.2% 902 3.1% 427 1.5% 29281
Wansbeck Labour 7832 39.4% 751 3.8% 1546 7.8% 1463 7.4% 3751 18.9% 3517 17.7% 1024 5.1% 19884
Wantage Conservative 9785 31.5% 1451 4.7% 1621 5.2% 4166 13.4% 1560 5.0% 11527 37.2% 250 0.8% 661 2.1% 31021
Warley Labour 5449 28.6% 431 2.3% 968 5.1% 1400 7.3% 8447 44.3% 1499 7.9% 872 4.6% 19067
Warrington North Labour 8356 33.6% 726 2.9% 1842 7.4% 2822 11.3% 5282 21.2% 3897 15.7% 885 3.6% 1086 4.4% 24896
Warrington South Labour 9474 30.6% 1108 3.6% 2792 9.0% 3807 12.3% 4252 13.7% 7575 24.5% 927 3.0% 1025 3.3% 30960
Warwick and Leamington Labour 7314 24.9% 1275 4.3% 2961 10.1% 5633 19.2% 3558 12.1% 7833 26.7% 798 2.7% 29371
Washington and Sunderland West Labour 8267 40.7% 725 3.6% 1428 7.0% 1234 6.1% 4592 22.6% 2103 10.4% 1955 9.6% 20305
Watford Conservative 8761 30.2% 914 3.1% 2306 7.9% 2788 9.6% 4086 14.1% 9269 31.9% 158 0.5% 763 2.6% 29045
Waveney Conservative 12047 47.6% 683 2.7% 2707 10.7% 3081 12.2% 2645 10.4% 2772 10.9% 289 1.1% 1109 4.4% 25332
Wealden Conservative 13148 39.4% 1444 4.3% 3781 11.3% 5120 15.3% 1163 3.5% 7841 23.5% 217 0.7% 663 2.0% 33377
Weaver Vale Labour 7067 32.5% 705 3.2% 1817 8.4% 2797 12.9% 3568 16.4% 4607 21.2% 479 2.2% 680 3.1% 21720
Wellingborough Conservative 10245 40.6% 921 3.6% 2260 9.0% 2600 10.3% 3511 13.9% 3959 15.7% 241 1.0% 1500 5.9% 25237
Wells Conservative 13377 37.3% 778 2.2% 4054 11.3% 6366 17.8% 1221 3.4% 8709 24.3% 259 0.7% 1060 3.0% 35824
Welwyn Hatfield Conservative 8936 32.7% 961 3.5% 3044 11.2% 2911 10.7% 2790 10.2% 7716 28.3% 197 0.7% 740 2.7% 27295
Wentworth and Dearne Labour 10502 46.6% 496 2.2% 1043 4.6% 1848 8.2% 3538 15.7% 1710 7.6% 1829 8.1% 1556 6.9% 22523
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine Conservative 4963 16.7% 644 2.2% 5317 17.9% 1775 6.0% 483 1.6% 7075 23.8% 132 0.4% 8900 29.9% 491 1.6% 29780
West Bromwich East Labour 6380 37.8% 396 2.3% 1175 7.0% 996 5.9% 5705 33.8% 1208 7.2% 1007 6.0% 16866
West Bromwich West Labour 6730 39.8% 369 2.2% 956 5.7% 1101 6.5% 5527 32.7% 1082 6.4% 1134 6.7% 16899
West Dorset Conservative 12452 35.4% 843 2.4% 2868 8.2% 6778 19.3% 933 2.7% 10036 28.6% 219 0.6% 1012 2.9% 35141
West Dunbartonshire SNP 3240 13.8% 417 1.8% 1484 6.3% 1554 6.6% 3748 16.0% 1706 7.3% 138 0.6% 10670 45.5% 486 2.1% 23443
West Ham Labour 4268 13.5% 1306 4.1% 2206 7.0% 2739 8.7% 13953 44.2% 5000 15.8% 1393 4.4% 708 2.2% 31574
West Lancashire Labour 8376 33.6% 750 3.0% 2113 8.5% 3172 12.7% 5000 20.1% 3873 15.5% 711 2.9% 913 3.7% 24907
West Suffolk Conservative 10948 42.0% 1169 4.5% 2863 11.0% 3028 11.6% 1920 7.4% 4657 17.8% 433 1.7% 1074 4.1% 26092
West Worcestershire Conservative 11673 36.7% 1371 4.3% 3763 11.8% 4591 14.4% 1221 3.8% 7920 24.9% 1254 3.9% 31794
Westminster North Labour 3512 16.0% 1421 6.5% 2250 10.3% 1928 8.8% 5646 25.8% 6566 30.0% 254 1.2% 333 1.5% 21911
Westmorland and Lonsdale Lib Dem 8864 29.4% 537 1.8% 2856 9.5% 4220 14.0% 1438 4.8% 10985 36.5% 437 1.5% 765 2.5% 30102
Weston-Super-Mare Conservative 12333 43.1% 899 3.1% 2431 8.5% 4627 16.2% 1903 6.7% 4959 17.3% 343 1.2% 1092 3.8% 28588
Wigan Labour 7836 37.0% 642 3.0% 984 4.6% 2322 11.0% 4655 22.0% 2582 12.2% 1060 5.0% 1086 5.1% 21166
Wimbledon Conservative 4707 13.3% 2476 7.0% 2870 8.1% 4395 12.4% 4113 11.6% 15415 43.6% 955 2.7% 431 1.2% 35362
Winchester Conservative 10823 27.8% 1359 3.5% 4816 12.4% 4503 11.6% 873 2.2% 15834 40.7% 201 0.5% 498 1.3% 38907
Windsor Conservative 10431 34.0% 1502 4.9% 4694 15.3% 3181 10.4% 1445 4.7% 8706 28.4% 240 0.8% 480 1.6% 30679
Wirral South Labour 5942 28.2% 631 3.0% 1819 8.6% 3715 17.6% 2443 11.6% 5455 25.9% 506 2.4% 545 2.6% 21056
Wirral West Labour 5719 28.9% 634 3.2% 1769 8.9% 3715 18.8% 2293 11.6% 4611 23.3% 516 2.6% 518 2.6% 19775
Witham Conservative 11330 46.0% 813 3.3% 3126 12.7% 2751 11.2% 1256 5.1% 4293 17.4% 198 0.8% 880 3.6% 24646
Witney Conservative 10501 31.3% 1355 4.0% 3683 11.0% 4782 14.2% 1812 5.4% 10604 31.6% 225 0.7% 638 1.9% 33600
Woking Conservative 8432 29.0% 1454 5.0% 3317 11.4% 3050 10.5% 1770 6.1% 10283 35.4% 231 0.8% 537 1.8% 29074
Wokingham Conservative 9574 29.2% 1742 5.3% 4682 14.3% 3667 11.2% 1586 4.8% 10845 33.1% 219 0.7% 491 1.5% 32807
Wolverhampton North East Labour 7030 42.5% 370 2.2% 1292 7.8% 1040 6.3% 4384 26.5% 1238 7.5% 1200 7.2% 16555
Wolverhampton South East Labour 6172 38.2% 320 2.0% 1253 7.8% 772 4.8% 5527 34.2% 999 6.2% 1106 6.8% 16151
Wolverhampton South West Labour 6308 33.4% 602 3.2% 2132 11.3% 1856 9.8% 4155 22.0% 3040 16.1% 779 4.1% 18872
Worcester Conservative 8364 32.9% 973 3.8% 2478 9.8% 4293 16.9% 3109 12.2% 5018 19.8% 1172 4.6% 25407
Workington Labour 7749 41.5% 727 3.9% 1767 9.5% 1799 9.6% 2795 15.0% 2368 12.7% 663 3.5% 823 4.4% 18691
Worsley and Eccles South Labour 7150 36.3% 567 2.9% 1695 8.6% 1615 8.2% 4160 21.1% 2574 13.1% 896 4.6% 1025 5.2% 19681
Worthing West Conservative 12390 40.6% 1138 3.7% 3080 10.1% 4149 13.6% 2155 7.1% 6632 21.7% 217 0.7% 742 2.4% 30503
The Wrekin Conservative 11579 41.7% 1001 3.6% 4649 16.8% 2231 8.0% 2947 10.6% 4055 14.6% 1281 4.6% 27742
Wrexham Labour 6203 31.7% 705 3.6% 1417 7.2% 972 5.0% 2650 13.5% 2541 13.0% 4572 23.3% 525 2.7% 19585
Wycombe Conservative 8445 29.9% 1242 4.4% 3318 11.7% 3755 13.3% 4190 14.8% 6554 23.2% 220 0.8% 544 1.9% 28269
Wyre and Preston North Conservative 9283 38.4% 725 3.0% 3302 13.7% 2562 10.6% 2054 8.5% 4787 19.8% 519 2.1% 939 3.9% 24171
Wyre Forest Conservative 11238 46.0% 1093 4.5% 2482 10.2% 2621 10.7% 1855 7.6% 3722 15.2% 1423 5.8% 24434
Wythenshawe and Sale East Labour 5077 24.5% 635 3.1% 1477 7.1% 2961 14.3% 5547 26.7% 4172 20.1% 252 1.2% 626 3.0% 20746
Yeovil Conservative 14751 44.5% 754 2.3% 3749 11.3% 3847 11.6% 1161 3.5% 7361 22.2% 305 0.9% 1207 3.6% 33135
Ynys Môn Labour 6791 33.0% 382 1.9% 1157 5.6% 941 4.6% 1890 9.2% 1603 7.8% 7144 34.7% 668 3.2% 20576
York Central Labour 6234 22.2% 770 2.7% 1177 4.2% 7341 26.1% 4163 14.8% 7315 26.0% 419 1.5% 671 2.4% 28090
York Outer Conservative 9113 31.1% 718 2.4% 2180 7.4% 4082 13.9% 2078 7.1% 9025 30.8% 1361 4.6% 769 2.6% 29326

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