In category General News

Turnout: 2017 General Election

Turnout: 2017 General Election – Although the overall turnout of the 2017 General Election was 68.7% (up from 66.2% in 2015), the turnout in individual constituencies varied from 53% to 79.5%. Use the interactive tool below to see which constituencies had the lowest turnout.

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Turnout: 2018 Local Elections in London

Turnout: 2018 Local Elections in London – Turnout for the Local Elections is unfortunately often significantly lower than it is in General Elections, yet their effect on citizens’ and communities’ everyday lives is sometimes more visible.

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Turnout: 2016 EU Referendum

Turnout: 2016 EU Referendum – The 2016 UK referendum on membership of the European Union saw a huge overall turnout of 72.2% – higher than the 2017 General Election!

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It’s 2019!

Democracy Counts –  It’s a short Friday blog today: we’re getting our geographies in order, writing HR contracts for new people (woohoo!) and making Wiki Candidates better. Or Candidates Wiki. Can’t remember. It’s also time to open door 118 on your Local Elections Advent Calendar 2019 (available in all good democracy shops) — we outline the road […]

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