Tuesday 27 May 2014


Thank you Who has done a fantastic job with the spreadsheets

London councils:

Metropolitan councils:

Unitary councils:

District councils:

Summary / running totals page:

Final local election vote figures for the 36 metropolitan councils:

Lab 1,211,753 (42.91%)
Con 555,392 (19.67%)
UKIP 501,831 (17.77%)
LD 261,731 (9.27%)
Green 157,738 (5.58%)
Ind 41,677 (1.48%)
TUSC 21,059 (0.75%)
Eng Dem 6,597 (0.23%)
BNP 6,372 (0.23%)
No Description 4,628 (0.16%)

Changes since 2010 locals:

Lab +4.01%
Con -6.25%
UKIP +16.22%
LD -13.33%
Green +3.33%
Ind -0.57%
TUSC +0.68%
Eng Dem -0.18%
BNP -4.10%
No Description +0.16%

Swing, Con to Lab: 5.13%

Final local election voting figures for the 19 unitary councils. Doesn't mean much because they don't have anything particularly in common with each other apart from being unitary:

Lab 285,174 (32.77%)
Con 233,842 (26.87%)
UKIP 175,135 (20.12%)
LD 101,109 (11.62%)
Green 37,816 (4.35%)
Ind 21,811 (2.51%)

Changes since 2010 locals (excluding Milton Keynes which has had a reorganisation):

Lab 1.96%
Con -6.48%
UKIP +17.56%
LD -14.20%
Green +2.00%
Ind +0.29%

Swing, Con to Lab: 4.22%

Swing in these councils is slightly below the 4.7% swing Labour need for an overall majority.

1 comment:

  1. I am after a spread sheet that lists the breakdown for all 650 seats in XLS or CSV format.

    UKIP had more votes than the lib-dems so with first past the post voting on the whole UKIP should had done better that the lib-dems by my maths and not eight times worse.

    If my boy keeps buying a new football each week from profit he says he made at the slot machines then sooner or later I will be asking questions.

    The constituency size is a factor in these elections but this does not account for the results and I would like some answers please.


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