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UK General Election 2019

Results and selected statistics

Figures by party

TOTAL
CON
LAB
SNP
LDT
DUP
SFN*
IGC
PCU
GRN
OTHER
Seats total as of 13 December 2019
650 365 202 48 11 8 7 0 4 1 4
Change since
6 November 2019
79
10 (GE17)
67
42
13
8
2
0
5
0
0
23
Seats total as of 6 November 2019
650 298 244 35 19 10 7 5 4 1 27
Change since GE17 as of 6 November 2019
0
20
16
0
6
0
0
5
0
0
26
Seats in England
533
345
179
N/A
7
N/A
N/A
0
N/A
1
1
Seats in Scotland
59
6
1
48
4
N/A
N/A
0
N/A
0
0
Seats in Wales
40
14
22
N/A
0
N/A
N/A
0
4
0
0
Seats in Northern Ireland
18
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
8
7
N/A
N/A
0
3
% of women MPs per party/group as of 13 December 2019 (and change from previous Parliament)
33.8
1.8
23.8
3.8
51.5
4.5
34
0
63.6
16.6
12.5
2.5
28.6
15.6
0
60
25
0
100
0
25
0.2
Candidates
3,429
125
635
2
631
1
59
0
611
18
17
0
15
3
3
3
36
4
472
15
950
135

Big figures

77
MPs that were elected or re-elected in 2017 did not stand at this General Election (Source: The Guardian)
35
MPs resigned, were suspended or expelled from their party or defected to another party since the 2017 General Election
70.3
is the percentage of the population that were registered to vote in the last General Election (with the potential electorate being approximately 80% of the population)
167
Seats that are marginals with 10% or less of the vote separating the winning candidate and the runner-up at the last General Election or subsequent by-election
62
Seats the Conservative party currently hold with a majority of less than 10%
47
Seats the Labour party currently hold with a majority of less than 10%

Status of 650 Parliamentary seats nationwide as of the 2019 General Election

Turnout: 67.3% 1.5
365Seats (56.2%) 13.97M Votes / 43.6%
CON
Candidates: 635
HELD: 297
GAINED: 58
LOST: 10
NET: +48 (since GE17)
Prime Minister Boris Johnson MP
202(31.1%) 10.27M / 32.1%
LAB
631
140
+1
-61
NET: -60 (since GE17)
Jeremy Corbyn MP
11 3.7M / 11.6%
LD
611
4
+3
-4
Jo Swinson MP
48 1.24
SN
59
+14
-1
1 .87
GR
472
0 .64
BX
275
8 .24
DU
17
-2
26*
746
+3
Figures for the number of seats gained and lost per party are based on the 2017 General Election result rather than the parties subsequent totals before the 2019 General Election.
* Figure includes the independent Speaker of the House of Commons.

Status as Parliament was dissolved on 6 November 2019

298Seats (45.8%)
CON
244*(37.4%)
LAB
35
SN
19
LD
10
DU
5
IG
1
GR
26**
OTH.
In addition to numerous by-elections, an unusually high number of suspensions, resignations and defections among MPs resulted in lower quantities of MPs for the two main parties since the 2017 General Election. * Figure includes the seat vacated by John Mann before the election and 50 candidates standing jointly with the Co-Operative Party.
** Figure includes the independent Speaker of the House of Commons.

Top targets and key considerations

Based on the results of the 2017 General Election and subsequent by-elections

Top targets for the Conservative party
CON

  1. Oxford West & Abingdon
    Based on achieving less than 0.1% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  2. Perth & North Perthshire
    Based on achieving less than 0.1% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  3. Newcastle-under-Lyme
    Based on achieving just 0.1% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  4. Dudley North
    Based on achieving just 0.1% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  5. Kensington
    Based on achieving just 0.1% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  6. Crewe & Nantwich
    Based on achieving just 0.1% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  7. Canterbury
    Based on achieving just 0.3% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  8. Keighley
    Based on achieving just 0.5% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  9. Barrow & Furness
    Based on achieving just 0.5% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  10. Lanark & Hamilton East
    Based on achieving just 0.6% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO

Top targets for the Labour party
LAB

  1. Southampton Itchen
    Based on achieving less than 0.1% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  2. Inverclyde
    Based on achieving less than 0.1% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  3. Glasgow South West
    Based on achieving just 0.2% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  4. Arfon
    Based on achieving just 0.3% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  5. Airdrie & Shotts
    Based on achieving just 0.5% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  6. Lanark & Hamilton East
    Based on achieving just 0.5% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  7. Chipping Barnet
    Based on achieving just 0.6% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  8. Motherwell & Wishaw
    Based on achieving just 0.7% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  9. Hastings & Rye
    Based on achieving just 0.7% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  10. Pudsey
    Based on achieving just 0.7% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO

Top targets for the Liberal Democrat party
LDT

  1. Fife North East
    Based on achieving less than 0.1% less of the winning vote share in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  2. Richmond Park
    Based on achieving just 0.1% less of the winning vote share in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  3. Ceredigion
    Based on achieving just 0.2% less of the winning vote share in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  4. St. Ives
    Based on achieving just 0.6% less of the winning vote share in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  5. Cheltenham
    Based on achieving just 4.5% less of the winning vote share in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  6. Devon North
    Based on achieving just 7.8% less of the winning vote share in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  7. Cheadle
    Based on achieving just 8.3% less of the winning vote share in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  8. Leeds North West England
    Based on achieving just 9.1% less of the winning vote share in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  9. Lewes
    Based on achieving just 10.2% less of the winning vote share in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  10. Wells
    Based on achieving just 12.5% less of the winning vote share in 2017
    Did they win it? NO

Based on the results of the 2017 General Election and subsequent by-elections

Top targets for the Scottish National party
SNP

  1. Stirling
    Based on achieving just 0.3% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  2. Rutherglen & Hamilton West
    Based on achieving just 0.5% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  3. Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath
    Based on achieving just 0.6% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  4. Glasgow North East
    Based on achieving just 0.7% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  5. Midlothian
    Based on achieving just 2% less of the winning vote in 2017 x
    Did they win it? YES
  6. Coatbridge, Chryston & Bellshill
    Based on achieving just 3.5% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  7. Gordon
    Based on achieving just 4.8% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  8. Lothian East
    Based on achieving just 5.5% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  9. Ayr, Carrick & Cumnock
    Based on achieving just 6% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  10. Ochil & South Perthshire
    Based on achieving just 6.2% less of the winning vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES

Top targets for the Democratic Unionist party
DUP

  1. North Down
    Based on achieving 38.1% of the vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  2. Ulster (Mid)
    Based on achieving 26.9% of the vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  3. Newry & Armagh
    Based on achieving 24.6% of the vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  4. Tyrone West
    Based on achieving 23.9% of the vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  5. South Down
    Based on achieving 17.4% of the vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO

Top targets for the party Sinn Féin
SFN

  1. Belfast North
    Based on achieving 41.7% of the vote in 2017
    Did they win it? YES
  2. Upper Bann
    Based on achieving 27.9% of the vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  3. Londonderry East
    Based on achieving 26.5% of the vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  4. Antrim South
    Based on achieving 18.1% of the vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
  5. Antrim East
    Based on achieving 9.3% of the vote in 2017
    Did they win it? NO
CON
LAB
LDT
IND.
Regained:
15
Gained:
12
Held:
23
Lost:
2
Regained:
3
Gained:
1
Held:
15
Lost:
9
  • Aberconwy REGAINED
  • Aberdeen South LOST
  • Arundel & South Downs HELD
  • Ashfield GAINED
  • Aylesbury HELD
  • Ayr, Carrick & Cumnock LOST
  • Barrow and Furness GAINED
  • Bassetlaw GAINED
  • Bedfordshire North East HELD
  • Blyth Valley GAINED
  • Bosworth HELD
  • Broadland HELD
  • Burton HELD
  • Cambridgeshire South REGAINED
  • Derbyshire Dales HELD
  • Devizes HELD
  • Devon East HELD
  • Devon North HELD
  • Dorset West REGAINED
  • Dover REGAINED
  • Dudley North GAINED
  • Grantham and Stamford REGAINED
  • Hastings and Rye REGAINED
  • Hertford & Stortford REGAINED
  • London and Westminster (Cities of) HELD
  • Loughborough HELD
  • Meon Valley HELD
  • Meriden HELD
  • Milton Keynes North HELD
  • Montgomeryshire HELD
  • Newbury REGAINED
  • Newcastle-under-Lyme GAINED
  • Norfolk North GAINED
  • Norfolk North West England HELD
  • Orpington REGAINED
  • Penrith and the Border REGAINED
  • Ribble South HELD
  • Rother Valley GAINED
  • Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner HELD
  • Rushcliffe REGAINED
  • Rutland & Melton HELD
  • Sevenoaks HELD
  • Stafford HELD
  • Stourbridge REGAINED
  • Sussex (Mid) REGAINED
  • Truro & Falmouth HELD
  • Wantage REGAINED
  • Watford REGAINED
  • West Bromwich East GAINED
  • West Bromwich West GAINED
  • Wrexham GAINED
  • Ynys Môn GAINED
  • Ashfield LOST
  • Bassetlaw LOST
  • Blyth Valley LOST
  • City of Durham HELD
  • Coventry North West England HELD
  • Coventry South HELD
  • Cynon Valley HELD
  • Ealing North HELD
  • Enfield North HELD
  • Erith and Thamesmead HELD
  • Jarrow HELD
  • Leicester East HELD
  • Liverpool Riverside HELD
  • Liverpool West Derby HELD
  • Luton North REGAINED
  • Newcastle-under-Lyme LOST
  • Pontypridd HELD
  • Poplar and Limehouse HELD
  • Putney GAINED
  • Rother Valley LOST
  • Sheffield Hallam REGAINED
  • Stockport REGAINED
  • Vauxhall HELD
  • Warrington North HELD
  • West Bromwich East LOST
  • West Bromwich West LOST
  • Wrexham LOST
  • Ynys Môn LOST
  • Twickenham HELD
  • North Down LOST
  • Putney LOST

Based on the results of the 2017 General Election and subsequent by-elections

Which seats were the Conservatives closest to winning back from the Liberal Democrats?

  1. Brecon & Radnorshire
    Lost in a 2019 by-election and currently held by a majority of 4.5%, this has been a swing seat between the Liberal Democrats and Conservatives since 1979
    Did they win it? YES
  2. Carshalton & Wallington
    Did they win it? YES
  3. Kingston & Surbiton
    Did they win it? NO
  4. Oxford West & Abingdon
    Did they win it? NO

Which seats were the Conservatives most likely to win from the Scottish National party?

  1. Argyll & Bute
    Held before the election by Philippa Whitford, having won the seat from Labour in 2010
    Did they win it? NO
  2. Ayrshire Central
    Held before the election by Brendan O'Hara, having won the seat from the Liberal Democrats in 2010
    Did they win it? NO

Which seats were the Conservatives most likely to gain or regain from independent MPs?

  1. Aberconwy
    Previously held by former Conservative MP Guto Bebb but this was also a top target for Labour based on recent election results
    Did they win it? YES
  2. Broxtowe
    Held before the election by former Conservative MP Anna Soubry but this was also a top target for Labour based on recent election results
    Did they win it? YES
  3. Buckingham
    Held before the election by retiring Speaker of the House of Commons Jon Bercow - this seat was highly likely to return to the Conservative party for the first time since Bercow became Speaker in June 2009
    Did they win it? YES
  4. Derby North
    Held before the election by former Labour MP Chris Williamson so this is also a top target for Labour to regain
    Did they win it? YES
  5. Eastbourne
    Held before the election by former Liberal Democrat turned independent but now retiring MP Stephen Lloyd so this was also a top target for the Liberal Democrats to regain
    Did they win it? YES
  6. Grantham & Stamford
    Held before the election by former Conservative MP Nick Boles
    Did they win it? YES

Which other seats did the Conservatives have the best chance of winning in Wales?

  1. Wrexham
    NEVER WON
    Held by Labour since 1929, most recently with a majority of 5.2%
    Did they win it? YES
  2. Cardiff North
    Lost to Labour at the last election by 8%
    Did they win it? NO
  3. Delyn
    Held by Labour since 1992, most recently with a majority of 10.8%
    Did they win it? YES
  4. Bridgend
    Held by Labour since 1987, most recently with a majority of 10.9%
    Did they win it? YES
  5. Clwyd South
    NEVER WON
    Held by Labour since the constituency's creation in 1997, most recently with a majority of 11.6%
    Did they win it? YES
  6. Alyn & Deeside
    NEVER WON
    Held by Labour with a majority of 11.7%
    Did they win it? NO
  7. Ynys Môn
    Held by Labour since 2001, most recently with a majority of 14.1%
    Did they win it? YES
  8. Newport West
    NEVER WON
    Held by Labour since the constituency's creation in 1983, with a majority of 13% prior to the 2019 by-election
    Did they win it? NO
  9. Dwyfor Meirionydd
    NEVER WON
    Held by Plaid Cymru since the constituency's creation in 2010, most recently with a majority of 16%
    Did they win it? NO
  10. Newport East
    NEVER WON
    Held by Labour since the constituency's creation in 1983, most recently with a majority of 21.7%
    Did they win it? NO

Which Labour marginals in Wales or northern England which were lost by the Conservatives in 2017 were they most likely to win back?

  1. Crewe & Nantwich
    Previous majority: 0.1%
    Did they win it? YES
  2. Keighley
    Previous majority: 0.5%
    Did they win it? YES
  3. Peterborough
    Previous majority: 2% (2019 by-election) / 1.3% (2017 GE)
    Did they win it? YES
  4. Colne Valley
    Previous majority: 1.5%
    Did they win it? YES
  5. Stockton South
    Previous majority: 1.6%
    Did they win it? YES
  6. Lincoln
    Previous majority: 3.2%
    Did they win it? YES
  7. High Peak
    Previous majority: 4.3%
    Did they win it? YES
  8. Warrington South
    Previous majority: 4.1%
    Did they win it? YES
  9. Vale of Clwyd
    Previous majority: 6.1%
    Did they win it? YES
  10. Gower
    Previous majority: 7.2%
    Did they win it? NO

Which Labour marginals in London and southern England which were lost by the Conservatives in 2017 were they most likely to win back?

  1. Kensington
    Previous majority: 0.05%
    Did they win it? YES
  2. Canterbury
    Previous majority: 0.3%
    Did they win it? NO
  3. Stroud
    Previous majority: 1.1%
    Did they win it? YES
  4. Bedford
    Previous majority: 1.6%
    Did they win it? NO
  5. Ipswich
    Previous majority: 1.6%
    Did they win it? YES
  6. Battersea
    Previous majority: 4.4%
    Did they win it? NO
  7. Reading East
    Previous majority: 6.7%
    Did they win it? NO
  8. Bristol North West England
    Previous majority: 8.9%
    Did they win it? NO
  9. Enfield Southgate
    Previous majority: 9%
    Did they win it? NO
  10. Croydon Central
    Previous majority: 9.9%
    Did they win it? NO

Which Labour seats gained since at least 2015 but lost since 2017 were the Conservatives most likely to win?

  1. Ashfield
    Did they win it? YES
  2. Barrow & Furness
    Did they win it? YES
  3. Bassetlaw
    Did they win it? YES
  4. Bishop Auckland
    Did they win it? YES
  5. Blackpool South
    Did they win it? YES
  6. Bury South
    Did they win it? YES
  7. Darlington
    Did they win it? YES
  8. Dewsbury
    Did they win it? YES
  9. Dudley North*
    Did they win it? YES
  10. Gedling
    Did they win it? YES
  11. Newcastle-under-Lyme
    Did they win it? YES
  12. Scunthorpe
    Did they win it? YES
  13. Stoke-on-Trent North
    Did they win it? YES
  14. Wakefield
    Did they win it? YES
  15. Wolverhampton South West
    Did they win it? YES
  16. Workington
    Did they win it? YES

Post-election stats

Highest turnouts with seat gained (or regained since 2017)

52 constituencies achieved a turnout of 75% and over, including 18 newly gained seats.

  1. Dunbartonshire East
    Scotland
    LDT
    SNP
    80.3%
  2. Richmond Park
    London
    CON
    LDT
    78.7
  3. Rushcliffe
    East Midlands
    IND
    CON
    78.5
  4. Sheffield Hallam
    Yorkshire & Humberside
    IND
    LAB
    78.2
  5. St. Albans
    East
    CON
    LDT
    78.1
  6. Stroud
    South West
    LAB
    CON
    78
  7. Winchester
    South East
    IND
    CON
    77.9
  8. Putney
    South East
    IND
    LAB
    77
  9. Stirling
    Scotland
    CON
    SNP
    76.8
  10. Cambridgeshire South
    East
    IND
    CON
    76.7

Highest turnouts with seat held

  1. Westmorland & Lonsdale
    North West England
    ldt
    77.8%
  2. Esher & Walton
    South East
    con
    77.7
  3. Wimbledon
    England London
    con
    77.7
  4. Devon Central
    South West
    con
    77.5
  5. Somerset North
    South West
    con
    77.4
  6. Wirral West
    North West England
    lab
    77.3
  7. Bath
    South West
    ldt
    77.2
  8. Kenilworth & Southam
    West Midlands
    con
    77.2
  9. Truro & Falmouth
    South West
    con
    77.2
  10. Hitchin & Harpenden
    East
    CON
    77.1

Lowest turnouts with seat held

  1. Stoke on Trent North
    Yorkshire & Humberside
    lab
    49.3%
  2. Hull West & Hessle
    Yorkshire & Humberside
    LAB
    51.9
  3. Hull North
    Yorkshire & Humberside
    lab
    52.2
  4. Blackley & Broughton
    North West England
    LAB
    52.6
  5. Middlesbrough
    North East England
    LAB
    52.9
  6. Wolverhampton South East
    West Midlands
    LAB
    53.1
  7. Nottingham North
    East Midlands
    lab
    53.3
  8. Birmingham Erdington
    West Midlands
    lab
    53.6
  9. Leicester West
    East Midlands
    LAB
    54.2
  10. Leeds Central
    Yorkshire & Humberside
    LAB
    54.4

Lowest turnouts with seat gained

  1. Stoke-on-Trent North
    West Midlands
    lab
    con
    47.6%
  2. Chorley
    North West England
    lab
    SPK
    51
  3. West Bromwich West
    West Midlands
    lab
    CON
    53.4
  4. Great Grimsby
    Yorkshire & Humberside
    lab
    con
    53.9
  5. Wolverhampton North East
    West Midlands
    lab
    con
    55.4
  6. Glasgow North East
    Scotland
    LAB
    SNP
    55.5
  7. Blackpool South
    North West England
    LAB
    CON
    56.8
  8. West Bromwich East
    West Midlands
    lab
    con
    57.9
  9. Stoke on Trent Central
    West Midlands
    LAB
    con
    57.9
  10. Birmingham Northfield
    West Midlands
    lab
    con
    58.5

Biggest turnout increase

  1. Buckingham
    South East
    con
    gain
    10.1%
  2. Bristol East
    South West
    lab
    hold
    9.9
  3. Putney
    London
    LAB
    gain
    4.9
  4. Leeds North West
    East Midlands
    lab
    hold
    4.9
  5. Battersea
    London
    lab
    hold
    4.6
  6. Angus
    Scotland
    snp
    gain
    4.5
  7. London & Westminster (Cities of)
    London
    con
    hold
    4.3
  8. Fife North East
    Scotland
    ldt
    gain
    4
  9. Kensington
    London
    con
    gain
    3.9
  10. Esher & Walton
    South East
    con
    hold
    3.8

Biggest turnout decrease

  1. Chorley
    North West
    SPK*
    gain
    21.8%
  2. Stoke-on-Trent North
    Yorkshire & Humberside
    lab
    hold
    10.1
  3. Folkestone & Hythe
    East
    con
    hold
    9.9
  4. Luton South
    East
    lab
    gain*
    8
  5. Luton North
    East
    lab
    gain*
    7.3
  6. Antrim North
    Northern Ireland
    DUP
    hold
    7
  7. Slough
    South East
    lab
    hold
    7
  8. Nottingham South
    East Midlands
    lab
    hold
    7
  9. Brent Central
    London
    lab
    hold
    6.7
  10. Derby South
    East Midlands
    lab
    hold
    6.7

Largest majorities per candidate - Conservative

  1. 69.9%
    John Hayes
    South Holland & The Deepings, East Midlands
  2. Matt Warman
    Boston & Skegness, East Midlands
    62.7
  3. Rebecca Harris
    Castle Point, East England
    61.5
  4. John Whittingdale
    Maldon, East England
    60.1
  5. Giles Watling
    Clacton, East England
    59.6
  6. Steve Barclay
    Cambridgeshire North East, South East England
    56.8
  7. Gavin Williamson
    Staffordshire South, West Midlands
    56.6
  8. Mark Francois
    Rayleigh & Wickford, East England
    56.5
  9. Victoria Atkins
    Louth & Horncastle, East Midlands
    56.5
  10. Alex Burghart
    Brentwood & Ongar, East England
    55.2

Largest majorities per candidate - Labour

  1. Dan Carden
    Liverpool Walton, North West England
    74.8%
  2. George Howarth
    Knowsley, North West England
    72.7
  3. Peter Dowd
    Bootle, North West England
    70.2
  4. Kim Johnson
    Liverpool Riverside, North West England
    70.2
  5. Ian Byrne
    Liverpool West Derby, North West England
    68.1
  6. Afzal Khan
    Manchester Gorton, London
    68.2
  7. Shabana Mahmood
    Birmingham Ladywood, West Midlands
    67.9
  8. David Lammy
    Tottenham, London
    64.4
  9. Stella Creasy
    Walthamstow, London
    63.8
  10. Liam Byrne
    Birmingham Hodge Hill, West Midlands
    63.7

Smallest winning vote shares

  1. South Down
    Northern Ireland
    sfn
    hold
    32.4%
  2. Sheffield Hallam
    Yorkshire & Humberside
    lab
    hold
    34.6
  3. Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath
    Scotland
    ind
    gain
    35.2
  4. Antrim South
    Northern Ireland
    dup
    hold
    35.3
  5. Ynys Môn
    Wales
    con
    gain
    35.5
  6. Lothian East
    Scotland
    snp
    gain
    36.2
  7. Dunbartonshire East
    Scotland
    snp
    gain
    37.1
  8. Hemsworth
    Yorkshire & Humberside
    lab
    hold
    37.5
  9. Barnsley East
    North East England
    lab
    hold
    37.6
  10. Hartlepool
    North East England
    lab
    hold
    37.7

Labour vs Brexit

Ten seats the Labour party lost but may have held had The Brexit Party not also fielded candidates in them (based on the latter's share of the vote).

  1. Rother Valley
    Lost to Conservatives by over 17%: Brexit Party vote share: 12.9%
  2. Burnley
    Lost to Conservatives by over 3.4%: Brexit Party vote share: 8.6%
  3. Blyth Valley
    Lost to Conservatives by over 1.8%: Brexit Party vote share: 8.3%
  4. Heywood & Middleton
    Lost to Conservatives by over 1.4%: Brexit Party vote share: 8.3%
  5. Durham North West
    Lost to Conservatives by over 2.4%: Brexit Party vote share: 6.7%
  6. Leigh
    Lost to Conservatives by over 4.2%: Brexit Party vote share: 6.7%
  7. Ynys Môn
    Lost to Conservatives by over 5.4%: Brexit Party vote share: 5.9%
  8. Stoke-on-Trent Central
    Lost to Conservatives by over 2.1%: Brexit Party vote share: 5.3%
  9. Birmingham Northfield
    Lost to Conservatives by over 3.8%: Brexit Party vote share: 3.8%
  10. High Peak
    Lost to Conservatives by over 1.1%: Brexit Party vote share: 2.2%

About this page

This page was first published in November 2019 ahead of the 2019 UK General Election to be held on Thursday 12 December 2019. Information on this page may change as a result of any inaccuracies identified. Key sources of data for this page include Parliament.uk, the Electoral Commission, the Office for National Statistics, Wikipedia and the BBC.

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