UK General Election results May 2015 UK General Election results May 2015

7th May 2015

Aggregate data and statistical breakdowns
By-elections since May 2015
Election website

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650 constituencies

Aberavon — Banbury Banff & Buchan — Bethnal Green & Bow Beverley & Holderness — Bolton West Bootle — Bromley & Chislehurst Bromsgrove — Carlisle Carmarthen East & Dinefwr — Coatbridge, Chryston & Bellshill Colchester — Derby South Derbyshire Dales — Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale & Tweeddale Dunbartonshire East — Ellesmere Port & Neston Elmet & Rothwell — Gedling Gillingham & Rainham — Hammersmith Hampshire East — Hexham Heywood & Middleton — Keighley Kenilworth & Southam — Lewisham East Lewisham West & Penge — Mansfield Meon Valley — Newcastle upon Tyne North Newport East — Orpington Oxford East — Reigate Renfrewshire East — St Ives Salford & Eccles — South Holland & The Deeping South Ribble — Stroud Suffolk Central & Ipswich North — Tiverton & Honiton Tonbridge & Malling — Warley Warrington North — Wirral South Wirral West — Yorkshire East

I have mostly avoided abbreviations for party names, though I have used some. Abbreviations used are:-

Cannabis - Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol Party
Communist League - Communist League Election Campaign
Co-op - Co-operative Party
Eccentric Party - The Eccentric Party of Great Britain
Ind - Independent
GB - Great Britain
Restore the Family - Restore the Family For Children's Sake
SDLP - Social Democratic & Labour Party
SNP - Scottish National Party
TUSC - Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition
UKIP - United Kingdom Independence Party

Sources: The Electoral Commission, the BBC, and the Press Association
Please see the note on the accuracy of the 2017 election results. I have now checked the three sources against each other and, where necessary, with the Returning Officer's website. There seemed to be fewer inconsistencies than in 2017, but some results have been changed. Consequently some of the agregate figures have also been changed. The only case that I was unable to resolve definitively was that of John Cryer's vote in Leyton and Wanstead. For this, a few sources - including the BBC - gave 23,856, while most sources had 23,858. Unfortunately the Electoral Services Dept of Waltham Forest have either lost or destroyed the official Declaration of Vote and were unable to supply the correct data. That seems a somewhat cavalier approach to elections. I have used the latter figure.
RK: 26-04-18

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