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 regional 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 of the 2019 European Parliament election in the United Kingdom[4]
Party Alliance Votes Seats
Number % +/− Seats +/− %
Brexit Party NI 5,248,533 30.5 new party 29 new party 39.7
Liberal Democrats ALDE 3,367,284 19.6 Increase13.0 16 Increase15 21.9
Labour Party S&D 2,347,255 13.7 Decrease10.8 10 Decrease10 13.7
Green Party of England and Wales G/EFA 1,881,306 11.8 Increase4.0 7 Increase4 9.6
Conservative Party ECR 1,512,809 8.8 Decrease14.3 4 Decrease15 5.5
Scottish National Party G/EFA 594,553 3.5 Increase1.1 3 Increase1 4.1
Plaid Cymru G/EFA 163,928 1.0 Increase0.3 1 Steady 1.4
Sinn Féin GUE/NGL 126,951 0.7 Decrease0.2 1 Steady 1.4
Democratic Unionist Party NI 124,991 0.7 Decrease0.1 1 Steady 1.4
Alliance Party of Northern Ireland ALDE 105,928 0.6 Increase0.3 1 Increase1 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 Decrease23.4 0 Decrease24 0
Scottish Green Party G/EFA 129,603 0.8 Increase0.1 0 Steady 0
Social Democratic and Labour Party S&D 78,589 0.5 Decrease0.0 0 Steady 0
Traditional Unionist Voice NI 62,021 0.4 Decrease0.1 0 Steady 0
Ulster Unionist Party ECR 53,052 0.3 Decrease0.2 0 Decrease1 0
Yorkshire Party G/EFA 50,842 0.3 Increase0.2 0 Steady 0
English Democrats N/A 39,938 0.2 Decrease0.6 0 Steady 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 Increase0.0 0 Steady 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 Increase0.0 0 Steady 0
Independent Network N/A 7,641 <0.1 new party 0 Steady 0
Socialist Party of Great Britain N/A 3,505 <0.1 Increase0.0 0 Steady 0
Independent N/A 80,280 0.5 Increase0.5 0 Steady 0
Valid Votes 17,199,701 99.92 73 Steady 0
Rejected Votes 15,138 0.08
Overall turnout 17,214,839 37.18 Increase1.4
  1. ^ Change UK's sole MEP before the election, Richard Ashworth, was a member of the EPP group.

Results by constituency and local areas[edit]

Results by country/region (left) and by local authority areas (right). The Brexit Party won every region in England and Wales, except London, where the Liberal Democrats came top. The SNP was the largest party in Scotland and Sinn Féin in Northern Ireland. At the local authority level, the Brexit Party won most areas in England and Wales, and the SNP most in Scotland, with the Liberal Democrats, Labour, Plaid Cymru and the Green Party winning the remainder.
Constituency Elected MEPs
East Midlands
Brx
Brx
Brx
LD
Lab
 
East of England
Brx
Brx
Brx
LD
LD
Grn
Con
 
London
LD
LD
LD
Lab
Lab
Brx
Brx
Grn
 
North East England
Brx
Brx
Lab
 
North West England
Brx
Brx
Brx
Lab
Lab
LD
LD
Grn
 
South East England
Brx
Brx
Brx
Brx
LD
LD
LD
Grn
Con
Lab
South West England
Brx
Brx
Brx
LD
LD
Grn
 
West Midlands
Brx
Brx
Brx
Lab
LD
Grn
Con
 
Yorkshire and the Humber
Brx
Brx
Brx
Lab
LD
Grn
 
Scotland
SNP
SNP
SNP
Brx
LD
Con
 
Wales
Brx
Brx
PC
Lab
 
Northern Ireland
SF
APNI
DUP
 

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 Democrats 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] Turnout
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

Best and worst results for each party[edit]

Brexit Liberal Democrat Labour Green Conservative
Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Boston 56.1 Rushcliffe 27.3 Leicester 47.0 High Peak 16.4 Harborough 14.8
2 South Holland 55.2 Oadby and Wigston 25.2 Nottingham 29.7 Rushcliffe 15.6 South Northamptonshire 14.5
3 East Lindsey 53.8 Rutland 25.0 Corby 23.1 Derbyshire Dales 14.9 Daventry 13.8
4 Mansfield 50.2 Derbyshire Dales 24.3 Derby 18.2 Nottingham 14.2 Rutland 13.7
5 Ashfield 49.4 Harborough 24.2 Chesterfield 16.7 South Holland 13.5 South Kesteven 13.6
6 Bolsover 48.5 Hinckley & Bosworth 23.5 Bolsover 16.3 Broxtowe 13.4 South Holland 13.5
7 Bassetlaw 47.1 South Northamptonshire 22.4 Mansfield 15.5 Melton 13.2 East Northamptonshire 13.2
8 North Kesteven 47.0 High Peak 21.6 Northampton 15.5 Rutland 13.0 Boston 13.1
9 West Lindsey 45.4 Broxtowe 20.8 Lincoln 15.3 South Northamptonshire 13.0 Rushcliffe 13.1
10 Hinckley & Bosworth 43.3 Daventry 20.5 Gedling 15.1 Charnwood 12.8 West Lindsey 13.0
Worst 1 Leicester 16.1 Boston 7.8 Rutland 4.2 Boston 5.3 Bolsover 5.7
2 Nottingham 25.8 Mansfield 8.9 South Holland 4.3 Mansfield 5.9 Chesterfield 5.8
3 Rushcliffe 27.2 South Holland 9.4 South Northamptonshire 5.1 East Lindsey 6.6 Ashfield 6.0
4 High Peak 31.9 Bolsover 9.7 North Kesteven 5.3 Ashfield 7.0 Nottingham 6.0
5 Derby 33.3 Ashfield 9.9 Melton 5.4 Bolsover 7.2 Corby 7.3
6 Oadby and Wigston 33.6 East Lindsey 11.1 Harborough 5.6 Bassetlaw 7.3 Leicester 7.4
7 Derbyshire Dales 34.0 Bassetlaw 11.5 Daventry 5.8 Corby 7.6 Mansfield 7.5
8 Charnwood 34.5 Corby 11.7 Hinckley & Bosworth 5.8 North Kesteven 7.9 High Peak 8.2
9 Broxtowe 35.6 Leicester 14.5 West Lindsey 6.0 Hinckley & Bosworth 8.1 Lincoln 8.2
10 Harborough 35.6 Amber Valley 15.2 South Kesteven 6.1 Oadby and Wigston 8.8 Bassetlaw 8.4
Change UK UKIP
Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Rushcliffe 4.8 Ashfield 7.8
2 Ashfield 4.7 Boston 7.4
3 Broxtowe 4.7 Derby 7.3
4 Daventry 4.5 Bassetlaw 7.2
5 Northampton 4.5 Bolsover 7.2
6 South Derbyshire 4.5 South Holland 7.2
7 South Northamptonshire 4.5 Mansfield 6.9
8 North West Leicestershire 3.9 East Lindsey 6.7
9 South Kesteven 3.9 South Derbyshire 5.8
10 Corby 3.8 Chesterfield 5.6
Worst 1 Boston 2.2 Rushcliffe 2.7
2 Leicester 2.3 Leicester 3.1
3 East Lindsey 2.5 Rutland 3.3
4 Hinckley & Bosworth 2.5 South Northamptonshire 3.3
5 Lincoln 2.7 Harborough 3.4
6 Bassetlaw 2.8 Derbyshire Dales 3.7
7 Derby 2.8 High Peak 3.9
8 Oadby and Wigston 2.8 Broxtowe 4.0
9 South Holland 2.9 Charnwood 4.0
10 North East Derbyshire 3.0 Daventry 4.0

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 Democrats 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

Best and worst results for each party[edit]

Brexit Liberal Democrat Labour Green Conservative
Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Castle Point 58.7 St Albans 45.0 Luton 36.1 Norwich 26.0 Hertsmere 17.7
2 Tendring 54.3 Cambridge 43.5 Stevenage 17.8 Cambridge 23.6 Fenland 13.1
3 Great Yarmouth 53.0 South Cambridgeshire 38.1 Peterborough 17.2 Mid Suffolk 18.2 Broxbourne 13.0
4 Rochford 52.8 Watford 34.3 Harlow 17.1 East Suffolk 16.8 Central Bedfordshire 12.7
5 Fenland 51.9 North Hertfordshire 31.5 Norwich 17.0 Babergh 16.3 West Suffolk 12.7
6 Thurrock 51.7 Dacorum 31.1 Ipswich 16.4 South Norfolk 16.2 Epping Forest 12.0
7 Basildon 50.5 Three Rivers 30.8 Watford 15.9 East Hertfordshire 15.6 King's Lynn and West Norfolk 12.0
8 King's Lynn and West Norfolk 47.4 East Cambridgeshire 29.4 Thurrock 15.0 North Hertfordshire 15.4 Brentwood 11.8
9 Maldon 47.2 Chelmsford 28.7 Bedford 12.4 South Cambridgeshire 15.2 South Norfolk 11.8
10 Breckland 45.8 Uttlesford 28.5 Broxbourne 11.4 Colchester 14.7 Breckland 11.7
Worst 1 Cambridge 12.7 Thurrock 8.6 Uttlesford 3.3 Thurrock 5.3 Cambridge 3.8
2 Norwich 21.3 Great Yarmouth 9.5 North Norfolk 3.8 Castle Point 6.9 Norwich 5.2
3 St Albans 21.5 Castle Point 9.7 Maldon 4.2 Luton 7.4 Luton 7.0
4 South Cambridgeshire 23.9 Fenland 11.4 Mid Suffolk 4.5 Fenland 8.0 Watford 7.2
5 North Hertfordshire 26.8 Harlow 12.2 Brentwood 4.6 Great Yarmouth 8.0 Thurrock 7.7
6 Watford 27.2 Tendring 12.7 East Cambridgeshire 4.6 Basildon 8.3 Tendring 8.3
7 Luton 28.1 Basildon 13.4 Rochford 4.6 Broxbourne 8.3 South Cambridgeshire 8.5
8 Hertsmere 30.9 King's Lynn and West Norfolk 13.9 Chelmsford 4.7 Tendring 8.9 Ipswich 8.6
9 Dacorum 31.8 Rochford 13.9 Babergh 4.9 Harlow 9.0 North Norfolk 8.9
10 Bedford 32.5 Luton 14.1 South Cambridgeshire 4.9 Watford 9.4 Southend-on-Sea 9.0
Change UK UKIP
Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 South Cambridgeshire 7.1 Great Yarmouth 5.8
2 Hertsmere 6.0 Fenland 5.7
3 Central Bedfordshire 4.8 Thurrock 5.7
4 Huntingdonshire 4.7 Tendring 5.6
5 St Albans 4.5 Castle Point 5.5
6 West Suffolk 4.2 Harlow 5.1
7 North Hertfordshire 4.1 Basildon 5.0
8 Uttlesford 4.0 Breckland 4.9
9 Bedford 3.9 King's Lynn and West Norfolk 4.7
10 East Cambridgeshire 3.9 Rochford 4.2
Worst 1 North Norfolk 2.4 Cambridge 1.2
2 Great Yarmouth 2.6 St Albans 1.5
3 Mid Suffolk 2.6 South Cambridgeshire 1.8
4 Ipswich 2.7 Uttlesford 2.2
5 Harlow 2.8 North Hertfordshire 2.3
6 Tendring 2.8 East Hertfordshire 2.5
7 Basildon 3.0 Watford 2.5
8 Breckland 3.0 Norwich 2.6
9 Castle Point 3.0 Dacorum 2.7
10 East Suffolk 3.0 Hertsmere 2.7

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 Democrats 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 the 33 London Borough areas.

Borough Turnout[13] Brexit Lib Dem Labour Green Conservative UKIP Change UK Others
% # % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Barking and Dagenham[14] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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

Best and worst results for each party[edit]

Brexit Liberal Democrat Labour Green Conservative
Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Havering 47.6 Richmond upon Thames 52.3 Newham 51.0 Hackney 23.1 Harrow 15.1
2 Bexley 41.4 Kingston upon Thames 47.2 Barking and Dagenham 40.7 Lambeth 20.6 Barnet 14.4
3 Bromley 31.1 City of London 40.5 Tower Hamlets 37.9 Lewisham 20.1 Kensington and Chelsea 13.3
4 Sutton 30.4 Wandsworth 36.7 Brent 36.6 Islington 19.6 Hillingdon 12.4
5 Barking and Dagenham 29.0 Kensington and Chelsea 36.0 Hackney 35.0 Haringey 18.4 Bexley 11.1
6 Hillingdon 27.0 Camden 35.9 Redbridge 33.3 Southwark 18.3 Bromley 11.0
7 Croydon 21.6 Hammersmith and Fulham 34.3 Ealing 32.1 Waltham Forest 16.7 Westminster 11.0
8 Greenwich 20.4 Westminster 33.5 Waltham Forest 31.0 Camden 15.9 Croydon 10.6
9 Enfield 19.4 Sutton 32.8 Haringey 30.4 City of London 14.5 Brent 10.1
10 Kingston upon Thames 19.2 Merton 32.7 Enfield 30.3 Tower Hamlets 14.0 Havering 9.9
Worst 1 Hackney 6.0 Barking and Dagenham 8.2 Richmond upon Thames 4.7 Barking and Dagenham 5.3 Islington 2.4
2 Haringey 7.5 Havering 12.2 Kingston upon Thames 7.6 Havering 7.0 Hackney 3.1
3 Lambeth 8.4 Newham 14.1 Bromley 8.6 Bexley 7.9 Haringey 3.2
4 Islington 9.8 Bexley 14.4 Sutton 9.8 Harrow 8.0 Lewisham 3.4
5 Tower Hamlets 10.1 Hillingdon 17.4 City of London 10.9 Newham 8.2 Southwark 3.4
6 Camden 10.5 Redbridge 19.3 Havering 11.2 Sutton 8.2 Tower Hamlets 3.7
7 Southwark 10.9 Enfield 20.8 Bexley 13.3 Hillingdon 8.4 Lambeth 3.9
8 Brent 11.5 Harrow 21.8 Kensington and Chelsea 13.9 Redbridge 8.4 Camden 5.0
9 Newham 11.8 Waltham Forest 22.1 Wandsworth 15.8 Hounslow 9.0 Barking and Dagenham 5.2
10 Lewisham 11.9 Croydon 22.2 Barnet 16.6 Kensington and Chelsea 9.0 Waltham Forest 5.2
Change UK UKIP
Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Lambeth 8.1 Havering 5.4
2 City of London 7.9 Barking and Dagenham 5.0
3 Barnet 7.8 Bexley 4.7
4 Wandsworth 7.4 Brent 4.1
5 Kensington and Chelsea 6.6 Hillingdon 3.3
6 Westminster 6.6 Sutton 3.2
7 Camden 6.5 Greenwich 2.7
8 Hammersmith and Fulham 6.5 Bromley 2.6
9 Lewisham 5.9 Croydon 2.6
10 Southwark 5.9 Hounslow 2.5
Worst 1 Barking and Dagenham 2.4 Lambeth 0.9
2 Havering 3.1 Hackney 1.0
3 Newham 3.4 Haringey 1.0
4 Sutton 3.6 Camden 1.1
5 Bexley 3.7 Wandsworth 1.1
6 Hillingdon 3.9 City of London 1.2
7 Brent 4.1 Richmond upon Thames 1.2
8 Kingston upon Thames 4.1 Kensington and Chelsea 1.3
9 Redbridge 4.3 Islington 1.4
10 Hounslow 4.5 Lewisham 1.4

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 Democrats 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 623,478 32.7

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

Full results for each party[edit]

Brexit Liberal Democrat Labour Green Conservative
Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority %
1 Hartlepool 52.7 Newcastle upon Tyne 23.9 Newcastle upon Tyne 24.6 South Tyneside 10.7 Darlington 10.7
2 Redcar and Cleveland 48.7 Northumberland 22.3 Gateshead 23.4 Newcastle upon Tyne 9.8 Stockton-on-Tees 9.2
3 Middlesbrough 44.8 North Tyneside 18.5 South Tyneside 22.4 Darlington 9.7 Northumberland 9.1
4 Stockton-on-Tees 43.3 Gateshead 17.7 North Tyneside 22.0 North Tyneside 8.6 North Tyneside 7.6
5 South Tyneside 40.9 Darlington 17.0 Middlesbrough 20.9 County Durham 8.1 Sunderland 6.8
6 Darlington 40.2 County Durham 16.7 Sunderland 20.9 Gateshead 8.1 Redcar and Cleveland 6.7
7 Sunderland 39.8 Stockton-on-Tees 14.1 County Durham 19.3 Sunderland 8.1 County Durham 6.2
8 County Durham 39.5 Redcar and Cleveland 13.7 Stockton-on-Tees 16.8 Northumberland 7.5 Newcastle upon Tyne 5.4
9 Northumberland 38.1 Sunderland 11.7 Northumberland 14.3 Stockton-on-Tees 6.4 Middlesbrough 5.2
10 Gateshead 36.9 Middlesbrough 11.5 Darlington 14.2 Redcar and Cleveland 5.8 Hartlepool 5.1
11 North Tyneside 33.8 South Tyneside 10.3 Hartlepool 13.8 Hartlepool 5.5 South Tyneside 5.1
12 Newcastle upon Tyne 27.2 Hartlepool 9.7 Redcar and Cleveland 13.8 Middlesbrough 5.5 Gateshead 4.8
Change UK UKIP
Local authority % Local authority %
1 Middlesbrough 5.9 Sunderland 9.1
2 Hartlepool 4.4 Hartlepool 8.9
3 North Tyneside 4.2 Redcar and Cleveland 7.4
4 County Durham 4.1 South Tyneside 6.6
5 Newcastle upon Tyne 4.1 Middlesbrough 6.3
6 Northumberland 4.0 County Durham 6.2
7 South Tyneside 4.0 Stockton-on-Tees 6.1
8 Stockton-on-Tees 4.0 Gateshead 5.9
9 Redcar and Cleveland 3.9 North Tyneside 5.4
10 Sunderland 3.7 Newcastle upon Tyne 5.0
11 Darlington 3.6 Darlington 4.6
12 Gateshead 3.3 Northumberland 4.6

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 Democrats 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 33.1

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

Best and worst results for each party[edit]

Brexit Liberal Democrat Labour Green Conservative
Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Wyre 43.9 South Lakeland 35.6 Blackburn with Darwen 44.1 Lancaster 20.5 Fylde 13.1
2 Blackpool 43.5 Stockport 29.1 Liverpool 40.3 Manchester 18.5 Ribble Valley 13.0
3 Fylde 41.8 Trafford 23.3 Knowsley 40.0 Trafford 17.0 Pendle 12.6
4 Wigan 41.0 Cheshire East 23.0 Manchester 37.2 Wirral 16.5 Wyre 12.5
5 Barrow-in-Furness 40.4 Eden 23.0 Oldham 33.8 Eden 16.1 Eden 12.4
6 Copeland 40.0 Cheshire West and Chester 21.8 Preston 31.2 Liverpool 15.3 Carlisle 11.6
7 South Ribble 39.8 Warrington 20.5 Rochdale 30.0 St. Helens 14.2 Cheshire East 11.3
8 Ribble Valley 39.7 Ribble Valley 19.9 Halton 26.5 Cheshire West and Chester 13.9 Copeland 10.8
9 Burnley 39.4 Lancaster 19.8 Sefton 26.4 Knowsley 13.7 Chorley 10.7
10 Carlisle 39.1 Manchester 19.5 Bolton 26.1 South Lakeland 13.7 South Ribble 10.5
Worst 1 Manchester 13.9 Hyndburn 8.1 South Lakeland 4.9 Blackburn with Darwen 6.2 Knowsley 1.9
2 Liverpool 18.4 Blackburn with Darwen 8.7 Eden 5.5 Copeland 7.0 Liverpool 2.0
3 Trafford 22.5 Knowsley 8.9 Ribble Valley 6.4 Pendle 7.4 Manchester 3.2
4 Knowsley 25.7 Blackpool 9.0 Fylde 7.1 Hyndburn 7.5 Halton 4.4
5 Blackburn with Darwen 25.9 Burnley 9.7 Cheshire East 9.1 Bolton 7.6 St. Helens 4.6
6 Preston 27.2 Tameside 10.2 Wyre 9.9 Oldham 7.8 Burnley 4.7
7 Stockport 28.3 Pendle 10.5 Carlisle 11.6 Blackpool 8.2 Oldham 4.9
8 Wirral 29.2 Wigan 11.0 Allerdale 12.9 Burnley 8.2 Wigan 5.2
9 Salford 29.8 Rochdale 11.4 Lancaster 13.1 Rochdale 8.2 Sefton 5.4
10 Sefton 29.8 Oldham 11.8 Cheshire West and Chester 13.4 Barrow-in-Furness 8.7 Rochdale 5.7
Change UK UKIP
Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Allerdale 3.9 Wyre 5.5
2 Cheshire East 3.7 Hyndburn 5.4
3 Fylde 3.7 Wigan 5.4
4 Copeland 3.5 Rochdale 5.1
5 Chorley 3.3 Tameside 5.1
6 Stockport 3.3 Barrow-in-Furness 5.0
7 Warrington 3.3 Blackpool 5.0
8 Bury 3.2 Oldham 4.6
9 Trafford 3.2 Salford 4.6
10 Cheshire West and Chester 3.1 Copeland 4.5
Worst 1 Blackburn with Darwen 1.6 Liverpool 2.2
2 Burnley 1.6 Manchester 2.4
3 Pendle 1.6 Burnley 2.5
4 South Lakeland 1.8 South Lakeland 2.6
5 Hyndburn 1.9 Trafford 2.6
6 Oldham 1.9 Eden 2.9
7 Rochdale 1.9 Cheshire West and Chester 3.0
8 Preston 2.0 Sefton 3.0
9 Manchester 2.2 Stockport 3.0
10 Bolton 2.3 Wirral 3.0

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 Democrats 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 39.2

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 [118] 47.0% 12,157 29.14% 16,848 40.38% 1,041 2.5% 5,003 11.99% 4,275 10.25% 567 1.36% 1,622 3.89% 208 0.5%
Windsor and Maidenhead [119] 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[120] 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 [121] 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 [122] 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%

Best and worst results for each party[edit]

Brexit Liberal Democrat Labour Green Conservative
Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Gosport 50.44 Winchester 40.38 Slough 37.69 Brighton & Hove 35.53 South Bucks 15.17
2 Swale 49.58 Vale of White Horse 40.35 Crawley 18.77 Oxford 22.68 Windsor and Maidenhead 13.44
3 Thanet 49.19 Oxford 40.3 Reading 16.79 Lewes 20.44 West Berkshire 12.83
4 Arun 48.68 Elmbridge 38.86 Gravesham 15.33 Hastings 18.31 Surrey Heath 12.81
5 Folkestone & Hythe 48.35 Mole Valley 36.51 Southampton 15.23 Reading 17.34 Chiltern 12.75
6 Medway 48.29 Woking 36.15 Oxford 14.28 Adur 17.3 Bracknell Forest 12.7
7 Rother 47.29 Guildford 35.98 Milton Keynes 14.18 Isle of Wight 16.5 Test Valley 12.6
8 Havant 47.19 Waverley 35.1 Hastings 14.15 Worthing 15.59 Wokingham 12.49
9 Dover 46.98 Wokingham 34.28 Brighton & Hove 12.95 Folkestone & Hythe 15.41 Basingstoke and Deane 12.46
10 Isle of Wight 46.67 South Oxfordshire 33.83 Dartford 12.95 South Oxfordshire 15.12 Hart 12.41
Worst 1 Oxford 13.29 Gravesham 12.75 Winchester 2.5 Slough 6.51 Oxford 3.89
2 Brighton & Hove 17.35 Medway 13.53 Waverley 2.5 Dartford 8.55 Brighton & Hove 5.17
3 Reading 22.35 Dartford 13.57 Mole Valley 2.72 Gravesham 8.83 Hastings 6.75
4 Slough 25.17 Thanet 14.21 Hart 2.82 Medway 9.14 Portsmouth 7.26
5 Elmbridge 27.58 Slough 14.42 East Hampshire 3.04 Crawley 9.4 Canterbury 7.88
6 Vale of White Horse 27.97 Gosport 15.32 Chichester 3.09 Maidstone 10.17 Reading 7.94
7 Woking 28.35 Folkestone & Hythe 15.56 Wealden 3.33 Havant 10.21 Southampton 7.95
8 Waverley 28.76 Isle of Wight 15.78 New Forest 3.4 Gosport 10.27 Folkestone & Hythe 7.99
9 Guildford 29.0 Crawley 16.39 West Berkshire 3.5 Elmbridge 10.34 Swale 8.16
10 Wokingham 29.05 Dover 16.79 Test Valley 3.64 South Bucks 10.36 Thanet 8.19
Change UK UKIP
Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Epsom and Ewell 5.93 Thanet 3.83
2 South Bucks 5.58 Havant 3.7
3 Chiltern 5.47 Medway 3.63
4 Elmbridge 5.33 Gravesham 3.61
5 Wokingham 5.23 Swale 3.59
6 Guildford 5.19 Gosport 3.51
7 Waverley 5.19 Dartford 3.47
8 Mid Sussex 5.16 Rushmoor 3.4
9 Hart 5.13 Portsmouth 3.24
10 Windsor and Maidenhead 5.02 Spelthorne 3.16
Worst 1 Isle of Wight 2.66 Brighton & Hove 1.03
2 Eastbourne 2.76 Oxford 1.13
3 Hastings 2.91 Elmbridge 1.26
4 Havant 2.98 Guildford 1.31
5 Medway 3.14 Winchester 1.36
6 Thanet 3.14 Windsor and Maidenhead 1.42
7 Gosport 3.15 Chiltern 1.44
8 Portsmouth 3.16 Wokingham 1.5
9 Folkestone & Hythe 3.18 Waverley 1.52
10 Arun 3.21 Mid Sussex 1.59

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[123]
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 Democrats 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[124] Voter turnout,
of eligible[125]
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[126][127] 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%

Best and worst results for each party[edit]

Brexit Liberal Democrat Labour Green Conservative
Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Torbay 51.6 Cheltenham 36.5 Swindon 14.6 Bristol 35.1 Cotswold 12.5
2 Torridge 48.7 Bath and North East Somerset 35.0 Bristol 13.9 Stroud 28.3 Tewkesbury 11.7
3 Sedgemoor 45.1 Cotswold 30.2 Exeter 12.3 Exeter 27.2 Wiltshire 11.3
4 Plymouth 42.8 Mendip 25.9 Plymouth 12.3 Isles of Scilly 24.8 Isles of Scilly 10.5
5 North Devon 42.7 Somerset West and Taunton 25.9 Gloucester 11.9 Mendip 22.8 Swindon 10.4
6 South Somerset 42.6 South Somerset 25.5 Forest of Dean 7.3 South Hams 21.7 Sedgemoor 10.2
7 Dorset 41.9 Wiltshire 25.1 South Gloucestershire 7.2 Bath and North East Somerset 20.6 Dorset 10.1
8 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 41.8 Tewkesbury 24.8 Stroud 6.7 Mid Devon 19.1 Gloucester 10.1
9 Forest of Dean 41.8 Isles of Scilly 24.1 Cornwall 6.2 West Devon 19.0 South Gloucestershire 10.1
10 Teignbridge 41.6 South Gloucestershire 24.1 Isles of Scilly 5.7 Cornwall 18.1 West Devon 9.5
Worst 1 Bristol 18.6 Plymouth 14.1 Cotswold 2.8 Torbay 10.2 Bristol 4.7
2 Bath and North East Somerset 26.5 Forest of Dean 16.8 South Somerset 3.2 Sedgemoor 12.0 Exeter 5.9
3 Cheltenham 27.0 Torridge 17.4 East Devon 3.5 Gloucester 12.6 Bath and North East Somerset 6.8
4 Isles of Scilly 27.8 Swindon 17.8 West Devon 3.7 Swindon 12.8 Teignbridge 7.2
5 Exeter 28.1 Torbay 18.7 Somerset West and Taunton 3.8 South Somerset 13.0 Torridge 7.3
6 Stroud 29.2 Gloucester 19.4 South Hams 3.8 Plymouth 13.7 Torbay 7.6
7 Mendip 33.0 West Devon 19.9 North Devon 3.9 Somerset West and Taunton 14.0 Cornwall 7.7
8 Cotswold 34.3 Cornwall 20.0 Tewkesbury 3.9 Cotswold 14.1 North Somerset 8.1
9 South Hams 35.6 Exeter 20.2 Dorset 4.0 Tewkesbury 14.4 Mendip 8.4
10 Swindon 35.7 East Devon 20.3 Mendip 4.0 Torridge 14.5 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 8.5
Change UK UKIP
Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Swindon 3.8 Plymouth 4.7
2 Isles of Scilly 3.6 Torridge 4.3
3 North Somerset 3.5 Sedgemoor 4.0
4 Tewkesbury 3.4 Swindon 3.9
5 East Devon 3.3 Torbay 3.9
6 South Hams 3.3 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 3.8
7 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 3.2 Gloucester 3.8
8 Wiltshire 3.2 North Devon 3.7
9 Cotswold 3.1 Cornwall 3.6
10 Cheltenham 3.0 Dorset 3.6
Worst 1 North Devon 2.0 Cheltenham 2.1
2 Sedgemoor 2.2 South Hams 2.2
3 Bristol 2.3 Bath and North East Somerset 2.3
4 Torridge 2.3 Bristol 2.3
5 Cornwall 2.4 Isles of Scilly 2.3
6 Mendip 2.4 Stroud 2.3
7 South Somerset 2.4 Cotswold 2.4
8 Dorset 2.5 Exeter 2.7
9 Teignbridge 2.6 Mendip 2.7
10 Forest of Dean 2.7 Teignbridge 2.9

West Midlands (7 seats)[edit]

Map showing highest polling party by counting area in the West Midlands electoral region.
European Election 2019: West Midlands[128]
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 Democrats 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
Turnout 1,355,216 32.9%

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

District[129] 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

Best and worst results for each party[edit]

Brexit Liberal Democrat Labour Green Conservative
Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Cannock Chase 50.3 Warwick 29.8 Sandwell 35.5 Warwick 18.7 Wychavon 14.8
2 South Staffordshire 50.1 Stratford-on-Avon 27.0 Birmingham 35.2 Worcester 16.9 East Staffordshire 14.0
3 North Warwickshire 49.7 Malvern Hills 25.2 Wolverhampton 28.0 Herefordshire 15.9 Stratford-on-Avon 13.7
4 Dudley 47.4 Rugby 21.6 Coventry 25.5 Malvern Hills 15.0 South Staffordshire 13.3
5 Staffordshire Moorlands 47.3 Bromsgrove 21.5 Walsall 21.5 Shropshire 13.2 Solihull 13.0
6 Tamworth 47.2 Shropshire 21.0 Stoke-on-Trent 20.2 Solihull 12.5 Bromsgrove 12.8
7 Wyre Forest 46.0 Solihull 21.0 Telford and Wrekin 16.5 Stratford-on-Avon 12.3 Tamworth 12.4
8 Nuneaton and Bedworth 45.6 Herefordshire 20.6 Nuneaton and Bedworth 14.9 Coventry 11.8 Lichfield 12.0
9 Stoke-on-Trent 45.5 Wychavon 20.0 Dudley 14.7 Stafford 11.5 Redditch 11.6
10 Newcastle-under-Lyme 43.9 Worcester 19.8 Newcastle-under-Lyme 13.6 Bromsgrove 11.4 Shropshire 11.6
Worst 1 Birmingham 24.0 Sandwell 7.2 Stratford-on-Avon 3.9 Walsall 5.7 Sandwell 5.9
2 Warwick 25.2 Stoke-on-Trent 9.2 Malvern Hills 4.0 Sandwell 6.7 Birmingham 6.9
3 Coventry 32.0 Cannock Chase 9.3 Herefordshire 4.3 Stoke-on-Trent 6.8 Coventry 7.6
4 Worcester 32.9 Walsall 9.7 Wychavon 4.7 Wolverhampton 7.2 Stoke-on-Trent 7.7
5 Stratford-on-Avon 35.1 Wolverhampton 10.4 South Staffordshire 5.8 Dudley 7.4 Wolverhampton 9.1
6 Malvern Hills 36.4 Dudley 11.2 Lichfield 6.7 Tamworth 7.6 Newcastle-under-Lyme 9.3
7 Sandwell 36.5 Tamworth 11.7 Solihull 6.7 East Staffordshire 8.2 Nuneaton and Bedworth 9.6
8 Wolverhampton 37.0 North Warwickshire 11.8 Bromsgrove 6.8 North Warwickshire 8.4 Worcester 9.8
9 Rugby 38.0 Nuneaton and Bedworth 12.0 Shropshire 7.2 Telford and Wrekin 8.4 Warwick 9.9
10 Shropshire 39.1 South Staffordshire 12.8 Wyre Forest 7.6 South Staffordshire 8.6 Cannock Chase 10.1
Change UK UKIP
Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Stafford 4.7 Stoke-on-Trent 7.2
2 Wyre Forest 4.5 Tamworth 7.2
3 Malvern Hills 4.3 Cannock Chase 7.0
4 Stratford-on-Avon 4.3 Walsall 7.0
5 Warwick 4.3 North Warwickshire 6.7
6 Bromsgrove 4.2 Dudley 6.2
7 Wychavon 4.2 Nuneaton and Bedworth 6.2
8 Herefordshire 4.1 Redditch 6.2
9 Redditch 4.1 Newcastle-under-Lyme 6.1
10 East Staffordshire 3.9 Sandwell 5.9
Worst 1 Sandwell 2.3 Warwick 2.6
2 Wolverhampton 2.5 Birmingham 3.7
3 Dudley 2.6 Stratford-on-Avon 3.7
4 Walsall 2.7 Solihull 3.9
5 Birmingham 2.8 Malvern Hills 4.0
6 Cannock Chase 2.9 Bromsgrove 4.2
7 Coventry 3.0 Rugby 4.2
8 Nuneaton and Bedworth 3.0 Shropshire 4.2
9 Newcastle-under-Lyme 3.1 Wychavon 4.4
10 North Warwickshire 3.2 Worcester 4.6

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[130]
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 Democrats 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

Best and worst results for each party[edit]

Brexit Liberal Democrat Labour Green Conservative
Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 North East Lincolnshire 51.9 York 28.5 Bradford 28.8 Sheffield 24.8 Hambleton 14.5
2 Barnsley 47.6 Harrogate 27.1 Kirklees 24.2 York 19.9 Richmondshire 12.7
3 North Lincolnshire 47.0 Craven 20.1 Leeds 19.6 Craven 16.9 Harrogate 12.6
4 Doncaster 45.0 Ryedale 19.5 Kingston upon Hull 18.6 Leeds 16.0 Ryedale 12.3
5 Wakefield 44.9 Richmondshire 18.9 Calderdale 18.4 Calderdale 13.0 North Lincolnshire 11.5
6 East Riding of Yorkshire 44.4 Hambleton 18.7 Rotherham 18.3 Ryedale 13.0 Craven 11.1
7 Kingston upon Hull 44.0 Leeds 18.4 Doncaster 17.1 Harrogate 12.8 East Riding of Yorkshire 10.7
8 Scarborough 43.4 Sheffield 18.1 Sheffield 17.0 Hambleton 12.5 Selby 10.3
9 Rotherham 43.3 Selby 15.8 Wakefield 17.0 Richmondshire 11.8 North East Lincolnshire 9.9
10 Selby 40.3 East Riding of Yorkshire 15.7 Barnsley 15.6 Scarborough 11.1 Scarborough 8.7
Worst 1 York 26.7 Rotherham 8.8 Richmondshire 4.1 Doncaster 7.3 Kingston upon Hull 2.9
2 Sheffield 28.1 Doncaster 8.9 Harrogate 4.5 North East Lincolnshire 7.3 Sheffield 3.4
3 Leeds 28.9 North East Lincolnshire 9.0 Hambleton 4.9 Wakefield 8.0 Barnsley 3.8
4 Bradford 29.9 Barnsley 9.4 Ryedale 4.9 Barnsley 8.2 Rotherham 5.2
5 Harrogate 31.8 North Lincolnshire 9.9 Craven 6.5 North Lincolnshire 8.2 Wakefield 5.7
6 Kirklees 34.2 Wakefield 10.0 East Riding of Yorkshire 6.8 Rotherham 8.8 York 5.8
7 Craven 34.4 Kingston upon Hull 13.4 Selby 8.4 Kingston upon Hull 9.2 Doncaster 6.2
8 Calderdale 35.6 Scarborough 13.8 Scarborough 9.8 East Riding of Yorkshire 9.6 Kirklees 6.5
9 Hambleton 36.8 Bradford 14.1 North East Lincolnshire 10.6 Selby 10.3 Bradford 6.7
10 Ryedale 37.9 Calderdale 14.2 York 10.9 Kirklees 10.4 Leeds 6.9
Change UK UKIP Yorkshire Eng Dem
Local authority % Local authority % Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 Richmondshire 3.6 North East Lincolnshire 6.9 Selby 7.0 Doncaster 1.4
2 Harrogate 3.4 Kingston upon Hull 6.5 Rotherham 6.0 North East Lincolnshire 1.4
3 Hambleton 3.1 Rotherham 6.3 Barnsley 5.9 Barnsley 1.2
4 Selby 3.0 Barnsley 5.9 Doncaster 5.9 North Lincolnshire 1.2
5 Ryedale 2.9 Doncaster 5.8 Wakefield 5.9 Rotherham 1.2
6 Craven 2.7 Wakefield 5.8 Ryedale 5.5 Kingston upon Hull 1.1
7 East Riding of Yorkshire 2.7 North Lincolnshire 5.7 Hambleton 5.2 Richmondshire 1.0
8 North East Lincolnshire 2.7 Scarborough 4.9 Scarborough 4.8 Bradford 0.9
9 Scarborough 2.7 East Riding of Yorkshire 4.4 East Riding of Yorkshire 4.7 Scarborough 0.9
10 Leeds 2.6 Selby 4.1 Richmondshire 4.5 Wakefield 0.9
Worst 1 Kingston upon Hull 1.6 York 2.5 North East Lincolnshire 0.5 York 0.5
2 Bradford 1.7 Harrogate 3.0 North Lincolnshire 1.2 Craven 0.6
3 Sheffield 1.8 Ryedale 3.3 Sheffield 2.2 Harrogate 0.6
4 Kirklees 2.0 Craven 3.4 York 2.6 Leeds 0.7
5 Calderdale 2.1 Leeds 3.4 Kingston upon Hull 2.7 Ryedale 0.7
6 Wakefield 2.1 Calderdale 3.6 Bradford 3.2 Sheffield 0.7
7 Rotherham 2.2 Hambleton 3.6 Leeds 3.5 Calderdale 0.8
8 Doncaster 2.3 Richmondshire 3.6 Kirklees 3.8 East Riding of Yorkshire 0.8
9 Barnsley 2.4 Bradford 3.7 Calderdale 4.3 Hambleton 0.8
10 North Lincolnshire 2.6 Kirklees 3.9 Craven 4.4 Kirklees 0.8

Northern Ireland (3 seats)[edit]

2019 European Parliament election: Northern Ireland[131]
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[132]
List Candidates Votes % ±
SNP Alyn Smith, Christian Allard, Aileen McLeod
Margaret Ferrier, Heather Anderson, Alex Kerr[133]
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 Democrats Sheila Ritchie
Fred Mackintosh, Catriona Bhatia, Vita Zaporozcenko, John Edward, Clive Sneddon[134]
218,285 13.8% +6.8
Conservative Nosheena Mobarik
Ian McGill, Shona Haslam, Iain Whyte, Andrea Gee, Michael Kusznir[135]
182,476 11.6% -5.6
Labour David Martin, Jayne Baxter, Craig Miller, Amy Lee Fraioli, Callum O’Dwyer, Angela Bretherton[136] 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[137] 28,418 1.8% -8.7
Independent Gordon Edgar[138] 6,128 0.4% N/A
Independent Ken Parke[138] 2,049 0.1% N/A
Turnout 1,571,246 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[139] 47.1% 13,414 34.5 4,787 12.3 9,615 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

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 Dumfries and Galloway 21.9 Orkney 33.5 North Lanarkshire 16.4 City of Edinburgh 13.8 Dumfries & Galloway 21.1 Dundee 46.1
2 Moray 21.9 Shetland 29.6 West Dunbartonshire 16.0 Glasgow 12.1 South Ayrshire 20.5 West Dunbartonshire 45.5
3 Na h-Eileanan Siar (Western Isles) 19.9 East Dunbartonshire 24.8 Glasgow 15.0 Orkney 11.3 Perth & Kinross 19.5 North Lanarkshire 45.4
4 Aberdeenshire 19.8 City of Edinburgh 22.9 Inverclyde 14.7 Shetland 11.2 Scottish Borders 18.8 Glasgow 43.9
5 Shetland 19.7 Scottish Borders 18.1 Renfrewshire 13.3 Stirling 9.6 Aberdeenshire 18.0 Na h-Eileanan Siar 43.7
6 Scottish Borders 18.9 Highland 17.4 East Ayrshire 13.0 East Lothian 9.2 East Renfrewshire 17.5 Falkirk 43.0
7 Angus 18.7 Aberdeen 16.9 South Lanarkshire 12.5 Highland 9.2 Moray 17.5 Inverclyde 41.9
8 Highland 18.0 Aberdeenshire 16.9 Midlothian 12.4 Midlothian 9.0 Angus 17.2 Renfrewshire 41.6
9 Argyll and Bute 17.9 Fife 16.5 East Lothian 11.8 East Dunbartonshire 8.0 Stirling 15.1 North Ayrshire 41.6
10 North Ayrshire 17.5 Argyll and Bute 16.4 West Lothian 11.6 Scottish Borders 7.9 East Lothian 13.8 East Ayrshire 41.1
Worst 1 City of Edinburgh 9.4 North Lanarkshire 6.9 Scottish Borders 2.8 North Lanarkshire 5.1 Shetland 5.1 Orkney 24.2
2 Glasgow 9.8 West Dunbartonshire 7.3 Perth and Kinross 3.0 Inverclyde 5.2 Glasgow 6.2 Shetland 25.9
3 East Renfrewshire 11.9 Na h-Eileanan Siar (Western Isles) 7.4 Aberdeenshire 3.0 East Ayrshire 5.5 West Dunbartonshire 6.3 Dumfries & Galloway 27.8
4 East Dunbartonshire 12.3 North Ayrshire 7.9 Orkney 3.2 North Ayrshire 5.6 Na h-Eileanan Siar (Western Isles) 7.4 Scottish Borders 28.3
5 Stirling 12.3 East Ayrshire 8.0 Moray 3.6 South Ayrshire 5.8 North Lanarkshire 7.8 Aberdeenshire 31.4
6 East Lothian 13.3 Falkirk 9.1 Argyll and Bute 3.9 Angus 6.0 Orkney 7.8 East Lothian 32.6
7 Renfrewshire 13.7 Glasgow 9.2 Highland 4.0 Aberdeenshire 6.2 Dundee 8.1 Edinburgh 33.3
8 West Dunbartonshire 13.8 Dundee 9.3 Angus 4.3 South Lanarkshire 6.3 Midlothian 9.1 East Renfrewshire 33.6
9 Dundee 14.0 Clackmannanshire 9.7 Shetland 4.5 Falkirk 6.5 West Lothian 9.1 Moray 34.1
10 North Lanarkshire 14.0 Dumfries and Galloway 10.0 Stirling 6.2 West Dunbartonshire 6.6 Falkirk 9.3 South Ayrshire 34.2
Change UK UKIP
Local authority % Local authority %
Best 1 East Renfrewshire 3.0 Dumfries and Galloway 2.7
2 Falkirk 2.5 Moray 2.5
3 Aberdeen 2.4 Orkney 2.5
4 Midlothian 2.3 Na h-Eileanan Siar (Western Isles) 2.3
5 Moray 2.2 West Lothian 2.3
6 West Lothian 2.2 Aberdeenshire 2.2
7 Aberdeenshire 2.1 East Ayrshire 2.2
8 Renfrewshire 2.1 Falkirk 2.2
9 Dumfries and Galloway 2.0 North Ayrshire 2.2
10 East Ayrshire 2.0 Shetland 2.2
Worst 1 Orkney 1.2 City of Edinburgh 1.1
2 Shetland 1.2 East Dunbartonshire 1.2
3 Dundee 1.5 East Renfrewshire 1.2
4 Clackmannanshire 1.6 Stirling 1.3
5 Glasgow 1.6 Perth and Kinross 1.5
6 Highland 1.6 East Lothian 1.6
7 Na h-Eileanan Siar (Western Isles) 1.6 Glasgow 1.6
8 Argyll and Bute 1.7 Dundee 1.7
9 Fife 1.7 Inverclyde 1.7
10 East Dunbartonshire 1.8 Aberdeen 1.8

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 Democrats 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[141] 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[142] 15,185 30.4%[143] 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[144] 34,465 32.6% 5,219 15.1 12,318 35.7 4,071 11.8 6,355 18.4 1,895 5.5 2,111 6.1 1,261 3.7 1,235 3.6 17.3%
Caerphilly[145] 42,387 32.9% 7,548 17.8 15,808 37.3 3,795 9.0 8,354 19.7 2,302 5.4 1,552 3.7 1,846 4.4 1,182 2.8 17.7%
Cardiff[146] 93,368 42% 20,047 20.2 21,077 21.2 20,799 20.9 17,297 17.4 8,405 8.5 6,393 6.4 2,164 2.2 3,204 3.2 0.3%
Carmarthenshire[147] 57,823 41.8% 18,040 31.2 19,004 32.9 4,598 8.0 7,263 12.6 2,853 4.9 2,839 4.9 1,855 3.2 1,371 2.4 1.7%
Ceredigion[148] 23,965 45.7%[149] 8,908 37.2 6,471 27.0 3,915 16.3 1,231 5.1 1,638 6.8 896 3.7 578 2.4 328 1.4 10.2%
Conwy[150] 33,882 38.6%[151] 6,784 20.0 12,131 35.8 4,442 13.1 3,439 10.1 1,976 5.8 3,001 8.9 1,168 3.4 941 2.8 15.8%
Denbighshire[152] 26,982 37% 4,910 18.2 9,168 34.0 3,335 12.4 3,682 13.6 1,654 6.1 2,572 9.5 961 3.6 700 2.6 15.8%
Flintshire[153] 41,089 35.7% 4,396 10.7 15,613 38.0 5,944 14.5 6,428 15.6 2,579 6.3 3,260 7.9 1,483 3.6 1,386 3.4 22.4%
Gwynedd[154] 35,440 43.1% 18,009 50.8 7,886 22.3 2,244 6.3 2,761 7.8 1,826 5.2 1,335 3.8 866 2.4 513 1.4 28.5%
Merthyr Tydfil[155] 12,610 29%[156] 2,023 16.0 4,407 34.9 1,090 8.6 3,235 25.7 390 3.1 373 3.0 611 4.8 481 3.8 9.2%
Monmouthshire[157] 30,201 43.6% 3,264 10.8 9,978 33.0 6,183 20.5 2,595 8.6 2,808 9.3 3,431 11.4 802 2.7 1,140 3.8 12.5%
Neath Port Talbot[158] 37,244 35.5% 7,124 19.1 12,075 32.4 3,262 8.8 8,776 23.6 1,757 4.7 1,390 3.7 1,560 4.2 1,300 3.5 8.8%
Newport[159] 34,493 32.1% 3,277 9.5 12,270 35.6 4,821 14.0 6,934 20.1 2,172 6.3 2,754 8.0 1,200 3.5 1,065 3.1 15.5%
Pembrokeshire[160] 36,091 39.5% 5,631 15.6 13,768 38.1 4,408 12.2 4,036 11.2 2,543 7.0 3,615 10.0 1,222 3.4 868 2.4 22.5%
Powys[161] 42,283 42.5% 5,177 12.2 14,932 35.3 10,069 23.8 3,119 7.4 2,962 7.0 3,818 9.0 1,384 3.3 822 1.9 11.5%
Rhondda Cynon Taf[162] 54,285 32.2% 11,883 21.9 18,323 33.8 4,496 8.3 11,428 21.1 2,737 5.0 1,922 3.5 2,004 3.7 1,492 2.7 11.9%
Swansea[163] 62,078 36.0% 9,281 15.0 19,650 31.7 9,908 16.0 11,463 18.5 4,162 6.7 3,827 6.2 1,929 3.1 1,858 3.0 13.2%
Torfaen[164] 23,206 33.7% 2,533 10.9 9,088 39.2 2,701 11.6 4,303 18.5 1,325 5.7 1,459 6.3 1,002 4.3 795 3.4 21.0%
Vale of Glamorgan[165] 39,897 41.6%[166] 6,086 15.3 12,573 31.5 6,800 17.0 4,577 11.5 3,279 8.2 3,957 9.9 1,144 2.9 1,481 3.7 14.5%
Wrexham[167] 32,627 34% 4,572 14.0 12,078 37.0 4,343 13.3 4,988 15.3 1,810 5.5 2,471 7.6 1,052 3.2 1,313 4.1 21.7%

Estimated results by Westminster constituency[edit]

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

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