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United Kingdom European Union Membership Referendum
Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?
Location United Kingdom
Gibraltar
Date 23 June 2016
Results
Votes  %
Leave 17,410,742 51.89%
Remain 16,141,241 48.11%
Valid votes 33,551,983 99.92%
Invalid or blank votes 25,359 0.08%
Total votes 33,577,342 100.00%
Registered voters/turnout 46,500,001 72.21%
Results by voting areas
United Kingdom EU referendum 2016 area results.svg
  Leave     Remain
On the map, the darker shades for a colour indicate a larger margin.

The United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, also known as the EU referendum, took place in the United Kingdom and Gibraltar on 23 June 2016.[1][2] Membership of the European Union has been a topic of debate in the United Kingdom since the country joined the European Economic Community (the Common Market), as it was known then, in 1973.

The referendum was conducted very differently to the European Communities membership referendum in 1975 with a more localised and regionalised counting procedure and was also overseen by the Electoral Commission, a public body which did not exist at the time of the first vote.

This article lists, by voting area, all the results of the referendum, each ordered into national and regional sections.

Under the provisions of the European Union Referendum Act 2015 there were a total of 382 voting areas across twelve regions using the same boundaries as used in 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 326 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.[3] The nine regions of England were then also used to count the votes at the regional level with Gibraltar being a part of South West England. Northern Ireland was a single voting area, as well as being a regional count although local totals by Westminster parliamentary constituency area were announced.[3] In Scotland the 32 Scottish councils were used as voting areas and a single national count.[3] In Wales the 22 Welsh Councils were used as the voting areas and a single national count.[3]

Counting began as soon as the polls closed on 23 June from 2200 BST onwards making it the first UK-wide referendum to be counted overnight and took nine hours and twenty minutes to complete. The result of the referendum was forecast by the BBC just before 04:40 BST (around 6 hours 40 minutes after polls closed), with around 308 results declared at the time. The first result announced was Gibraltar, and the last was Cornwall.

On 23 June 2016 the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, by 51.9% for Leave, and 48.1% for the Remain campaign with 263 voting areas voting to "Leave the European Union" to 119 voting areas who voted to "Remain a member of the European Union".

United Kingdom[edit]

Of the 382 voting areas a total of 263 returned majority votes in favour of "Leave" whilst 119 returned majority votes in favour of "Remain" in the referendum including all 32 areas in Scotland.
  Leave
  Remain

The final result of the referendum for the United Kingdom and Gibraltar was declared at Manchester Town Hall at 0720 BST on Friday 24 June 2016 after all the 382 voting areas and the twelve UK regions had declared their results by the "Chief counting officer" (CCO) for the referendum, Jenny Watson. In a UK-wide referendum, the position of "Chief counting officer" (CCO) is held by the chair of the Electoral Commission.[4][citation needed] The following figures are as reported by the Electoral Commission.[5]

With a national turnout of 72% the target to secure the majority win for the winning side was 16,788,672 votes. The decision by the electorate was to "Leave the European Union" which won by a majority of 1,269,501 votes (3.9%) over those who had voted in favour of "Remain a member of the European Union" with England and Wales voting to "Leave" whilst Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to "Remain".[6][irrelevant citation]

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United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, 2016
National result
Choice Votes  %
Leave the European Union 17,410,742 51.89%
Remain a member of the European Union 16,141,241 48.11%
Vaild votes 33,551,983 99.92%
Invalid or blank votes 25,359 0.08%
Total votes 33,577,342 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 46,500,001 72.21%
Voting age population and turnout 51,356,768 65.38%
Source: Electoral Commission
Referendum results (without spoiled ballots)
Leave:
17,410,742 (51.9%)
Remain:
16,141,241 (48.1%)

Results by United Kingdom regions[edit]

Region Electorate Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
  East Midlands 3,384,299 74.2% 1,033,036 1,475,479 41.18% 58.82%
  East of England 4,398,796 75.7% 1,448,616 1,880,367 43.52% 56.48%
  Greater London 5,424,768 69.7% 2,263,519 1,513,232 59.93% 40.07%
  North East England 1,934,341 69.3% 562,595 778,103 41.96% 58.04%
  North West England 5,241,568 70.0% 1,699,020 1,966,925 46.35% 53.65%
  Northern Ireland 1,260,955 62.7% 440,707 349,442 55.78% 44.22%
  Scotland 3,987,112 67.2% 1,661,191 1,018,322 62.00% 38.00%
  South East England 6,465,404 76.8% 2,391,718 2,567,965 48.22% 51.78%
  South West England
(including Gibraltar)
4,138,134 76.7% 1,503,019 1,669,711 47.37% 52.63%
  Wales 2,270,272 71.7% 772,347 854,572 47.47% 52.53%
  West Midlands 4,116,5720 72.0% 1,207,175 1,755,687 40.74% 59.26%
  Yorkshire and the Humber 3,877,780 70.7% 1,158,298 1,580,937 42.29% 57.71%

Results by United Kingdom constituent countries[edit]

Country Electorate Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
  England
(including Gibraltar)
39,005,781 73.0% 13,266,996 15,188,406 46.62% 53.38%
  Northern Ireland 1,260,955 62.7% 440,707 349,442 55.78% 44.22%
  Scotland 3,987,112 67.2% 1,661,191 1,018,322 62.00% 38.00%
  Wales 2,270,272 71.7% 772,347 854,572 47.47% 52.53%

Returns from United Kingdom major cities[edit]

Out of over 33.5 million valid votes cast across the United Kingdom, over 8.8 million, or just over one quarter, were cast in thirty major cities that each gathered 100,000 votes or more.

In those 30 cities, votes to Remain outnumbered those to Leave by over 900,000 (4,872,810 to 3,955,595 or 55.2% to 44.8%), while in the other voting areas, the votes to Leave outnumbered those to Remain by nearly 2.2 million (13,455,147 to 11,268,431, or 54.4% to 45.6%).

City Voting region
(& Remain %) [b]
Total
votes
Turn-
out
Votes Percent of votes [b]
Remain Leave Margin [c] Remain Leave
Greater London London (59.9%) 3,776,751 69.7% 2,263,519 1,513,232 +750,287 59.9% 40.1%
Birmingham W. Midlands (40.7%) 450,702 63.7% 223,451 227,251 −3,800 49.6% 50.4%
Leeds Yorks/Humber (42.3%) 387,337 71.3% 194,863 192,474 +2,389 50.3% 49.7%
Sheffield Yorks/Humber (42.3%) 266,753 67.3% 130,735 136,018 −5,283 49.0% 51.0%
Glasgow Scotland (62.0%) 252,809 56.2% 168,335 84,474 +83,861 66.6% 33.4%
Edinburgh Scotland (62.0%) 252,294 72.9% 187,796 64,498 +123,298 74.4% 25.6%
Bradford Yorks/Humber (42.3%) 228,488 66.7% 104,575 123,913 −19,338 45.8% 54.2%
Bristol South West (41.2%) 228,445 73.1% 141,027 87,418 +53,609 61.7% 38.3%
Liverpool North West (46.3%) 203,554 64.0% 118,453 85,101 +33,352 58.2% 41.8%
Manchester North West (46.3%) 201,814 59.7% 121,823 79,991 +41,832 60.4% 39.6%
Wakefield Yorks/Humber (42.3%) 175,042 71.1% 58,877 116,165 −57,288 33.6% 66.4%
Cardiff Wales (47.5%) 169,604 69.6% 101,788 67,816 +33,972 60.0% 40.0%
greater Belfast [a] N. Ireland (55.8%) 158,365 94,915 63,450 +31,465 59.9% 40.1%
Coventry W. Midlands (40.7%) 153,064 69.2% 67,967 85,097 −17,130 44.4% 55.6%
Brighton South East (48.2%) 146,675 74.0% 100,648 46,027 +54,621 68.6% 31.4%
Leicester E. Midlands (41.2%) 138,972 65.0% 70,980 67,992 +2,988 51.1% 48.9%
Sunderland North East (42.0%) 134,324 64.8% 51,930 82,394 −30,464 38.7% 61.3%
Plymouth South West (41.2%) 133,455 71.4% 53,458 79,997 −26,539 40.1% 59.9%
Newcastle upon Tyne North East (42.0%) 129,003 67.6% 65,405 63,598 +1,807 50.7% 49.3%
Nottingham E. Midlands (41.2%) 120,661 61.8% 59,318 61,343 −2,025 49.2% 50.8%
Derby E. Midlands (41.2%) 120,655 70.5% 51,612 69,043 −17,431 42.8% 57.2%
Swansea Wales (47.5%) 120,243 69.5% 58,307 61,936 −3,629 48.5% 51.5%
Wolverhampton W. Midlands (40.7%) 117,936 67.5% 44,138 73,798 −29,660 37.4% 62.6%
Stoke-on-Trent W. Midlands (40.7%) 117,590 65.7% 36,027 81,563 −45,536 30.6% 69.4%
Kingston upon Hull Yorks/Humber (42.3%) 113,355 62.9% 36,709 76,646 −39,937 32.4% 67.6%
Salford North West (46.3%) 109,815 63.2% 47,430 62,385 −14,955 43.2% 56.8%
York Yorks/Humber (42.3%) 109,600 70.6% 63,617 45,983 +17,634 58.0% 42.0%
Southampton South East (48.2%) 107,665 68.1% 49,738 57,927 −8,189 46.2% 53.8%
Aberdeen Scotland (62.0%) 104,714 67.9% 63,985 40,729 +23,256 61.1% 38.9%
Portsmouth South East (48.2%) 98,720 70.3% 41,384 57,336 −15,952 41.9% 58.1%
Total of 30 cities U.K. (48.1%) 8,828,405 4,872,810 3,955,595 +917,215 55.2% 44.8%
Other voting areas U.K. (48.1%) 24,723,578 11,268,431 13,455,147 −2,186,716 45.6% 54.4%
United Kingdom U.K. 33,551,983 72.2% 16,141,241 17,410,742 −1,269,501 48.1% 51.9%
Notes:
[a] Vote totals for Belfast are based on the returns from the four parliamentary constituencies in Belfast.
    These include areas in districts outside the City of Belfast.
[b] Lighter shades indicate a prevailing Remain or Leave vote of 52.0% or less; darker shades one of 58.0% or more.
[c] Margins are (arbitrarily) positive (+) when they indicate the excess of Remain votes over Leave,
   and negative (−) when they indicate the excess of Leave votes over Remain.

England[edit]

The English local districts were used as the voting areas for the referendum in England; these consist of all unitary authorities, all metropolitan boroughs, all shire districts, the London boroughs, the City of London and the Isles of Scilly.[3]

Unlike the other constituent countries of the United Kingdom there was no centralised national count of the votes in England as counting was done within the nine separate regions. It should also be noted that figures from Gibraltar are also included.

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United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, 2016
England
(including Gibraltar)
Choice Votes  %
Leave the European Union 15,188,476 53.38%
Remain a member of the European Union 13,266,996 46.62%
Valid votes 28,455,482 99.92%
Invalid or blank votes 22,184 0.08%
Total votes 28,477,666 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 39,005,781 73.01%
England referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
15,188,476 (53.4%)
Remain:
13,266,996 (46.6%)

England was broken down into 9 regional count areas using the same regional constituency boundaries as used in European Parliamentary elections.

East Midlands[edit]

Voting areas of the East Midlands region
  Leave
  Remain
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United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, 2016
East Midlands
Choice Votes  %
Leave the European Union 1,475,479 58.82%
Remain a member of the European Union 1,033,036 41.18%
Vaild votes 2,508,515 99.92%
Invalid or blank votes 1,891 0.08%
Total votes 2,510,496 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 3,384,299 74.18%
Source: Electoral Commission
East Midlands referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
1,475,479 (58.9%)
Remain:
1,033,036 (41.1%)

The East Midlands region was broken down into 40 voting areas.

District Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Amber Valley 76.3% 29,319 44,501 39.7% 60.3%
Ashfield 72.8% 20,179 46,720 30.2% 69.8%
Bassetlaw 74.8% 20,575 43,392 32.2% 67.8%
Blaby 76.5% 22,888 33,583 40.5% 59.5%
Bolsover 72.3% 12,242 29,730 29.2% 70.8%
Boston 77.2% 7,430 22,974 24.4% 75.6%
Broxtowe 78.3% 29,672 35,754 45.4% 54.6%
Charnwood 70.4% 43,500 50,672 46.2% 53.8%
Chesterfield 71.9% 22,946 34,478 40.0% 60.0%
Corby 74.1% 11,470 20,611 35.8% 64.2%
Daventry 80.9% 20,443 28,938 41.4% 58.6%
Derby 70.5% 51,612 69,043 42.8% 57.2%
Derbyshire Dales 81.9% 22,633 24,095 48.4% 51.6%
East Lindsey 74.9% 23,515 56,613 29.3% 70.7%
East Northamptonshire 76.9% 21,680 30,894 41.2% 58.8%
Erewash 76.0% 25,791 40,739 38.8% 61.2%
Gedling 76.5% 30,035 37,542 44.4% 55.6%
High Peak 75.6% 27,116 27,717 49.5% 50.5%
Harborough 81.4% 27,028 27,850 49.3% 50.7%
Hinckley & Bosworth 76.7% 25,969 39,501 39.7% 60.3%
Kettering 76.4% 21,030 32,877 39.0% 61.0%
Leicester 65.0% 70,980 67,992 51.1% 48.9%
Lincoln 69.3% 18,902 24,992 43.1% 56.9%
Mansfield 72.6% 16,417 39,927 29.1% 70.9%
Melton 81.3% 12,695 17,610 41.9% 58.1%
Newark and Sherwood 76.8% 26,571 40,516 39.6% 60.4%
North East Derbyshire 75.2% 22,075 37,235 37.2% 62.8%
Northampton 72.6% 43,805 61,454 41.6% 58.4%
North Kesteven 78.4% 25,570 42,183 37.7% 62.3%
North West Leicestershire 77.9% 22,642 34,969 39.3% 60.7%
Nottingham 61.8% 59,318 61,343 49.2% 50.8%
Oadby and Wigston 73.7% 14,292 17,173 45.4% 54.6%
Rushcliffe 81.5% 40,522 29,888 57.6% 42.4%
Rutland 78.1% 11,353 11,613 49.4% 50.6%
South Derbyshire 76.8% 22,479 34,216 39.6% 60.4%
South Holland 75.3% 13,074 36,423 26.4% 73.6%
South Kesteven 78.2% 33,047 49,424 40.1% 59.9%
South Northamptonshire 79.4% 25,853 30,771 45.7% 54.3%
Wellingborough 75.4% 15,462 25,679 37.6% 62.4%
West Lindsey 74.5% 20,906 33,847 38.2% 61.8%

East of England[edit]

Voting areas of the East of England region
  Leave
  Remain
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United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, 2016
East of England
Choice Votes  %
Leave the European Union 1,880,367 56.48%
Remain a member of the European Union 1,448,616 43.52%
Vaild votes 3,328,983 99.93%
Invalid or blank votes 2,329 0.07%
Total votes 3,331,312 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 4,398,796 75.73%
Source: Electoral Commission
East of England referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
1,880,367 (56.5%)
Remain:
1,448,616 (43.5%)

The East of England region was broken down into 47 voting areas.

District Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Babergh 78.2% 25,309 29,933 45.8% 54.2%
Basildon 73.8% 30,748 67,251 31.4% 68.6%
Bedford 72.1% 41,497 44,569 48.2% 51.8%
Braintree 76.6% 33,523 52,713 38.9% 61.1%
Breckland 74.3% 26,313 47,235 35.8% 64.2%
Brentwood 79.5% 19,077 27,627 40.8% 59.2%
Broadland 78.3% 35,469 42,268 45.6% 54.4%
Broxbourne 73.7% 17,166 33,706 33.7% 66.3%
Cambridge 72.2% 42,682 15,117 73.8% 26.2%
Castle Point 75.3% 14,154 37,691 27.3% 72.7%
Central Bedfordshire 77.8% 69,670 89,134 43.9% 56.1%
Chelmsford 77.6% 47,545 53,249 47.2% 52.8%
Colchester 75.1% 44,414 51,305 46.4% 53.6%
Dacorum 79.1% 42,542 43,702 49.3% 50.7%
East Cambridgeshire 77.0% 23,599 24,487 49.1% 50.9%
East Hertfordshire 80.3% 42,372 42,994 49.6% 50.4%
Epping Forest 76.8% 28,676 48,176 37.3% 62.7%
Fenland 73.7% 15,055 37,571 28.6% 71.4%
Forest Heath 72.5% 9,791 18,160 35.0% 65.0%
Great Yarmouth 69.0% 14,284 35,844 28.5% 71.5%
Harlow 73.5% 13,867 29,602 31.9% 68.1%
Hertsmere 76.6% 27,593 28,532 49.2% 50.8%
Huntingdonshire 77.8% 45,729 54,198 45.8% 54.2%
Ipswich 72.5% 27,698 38,655 41.7% 58.3%
King's Lynn and West Norfolk 74.7% 28,587 56,493 33.6% 66.4%
Luton 66.2% 36,708 47,773 43.5% 56.5%
Maldon 79.1% 14,529 24,302 37.4% 62.6%
Mid Suffolk 78.1% 27,391 33,794 44.8% 55.2%
North Hertfordshire 78.2% 42,234 35,438 54.4% 45.6%
North Norfolk 76.8% 26,214 37,576 41.1% 58.9%
Norwich 69.1% 37,326 29,040 56.2% 43.8%
Peterborough 72.3% 34,176 53,216 39.1% 60.9%
Rochford 78.8% 17,510 34,937 33.4% 66.6%
South Cambridgeshire 81.2% 56,128 37,061 60.2% 39.8%
Southend-on-Sea 72.8% 39,348 54,522 41.9% 58.1%
South Norfolk 78.5% 38,817 41,541 48.3% 51.7%
St Albans 82.4% 54,208 32,237 62.7% 37.3%
St. Edmundsbury 76.7% 26,986 35,224 43.4% 56.6%
Stevenage 73.7% 18,659 27,126 40.8% 59.2%
Suffolk Coastal 80.6% 37,218 41,966 47.0% 53.0%
Tendring 74.4% 25,210 57,447 30.5% 69.5%
Three Rivers 78.4% 25,751 27,097 48.7% 51.3%
Thurrock 72.7% 22,151 57,765 27.7% 72.3%
Uttlesford 80.2% 25,619 26,324 49.3% 50.7%
Watford 71.6% 23,167 23,419 49.7% 50.3%
Waveney 72.6% 24,356 41,290 37.1% 62.9%
Welwyn Hatfield 75.0% 27,550 31,060 47.0% 53.0%

Greater London[edit]

Voting areas of the London region
  Leave
  Remain
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Greater London
Choice Votes  %
Remain a member of the European Union 2,263,519 59.93%
Leave the European Union 1,513,232 40.07%
Vaild votes 3,776,751 99.88%
Invalid or blank votes 4,453 0.12%
Total votes 3,781,204 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 5,424,768 69.70%
Source: Electoral Commission
Greater London referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
1,513,232 (40%)
Remain:
2,263,519 (60%)

The Greater London region was broken down into 33 voting areas.

District Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Barking and Dagenham 63.8% 27,750 46,130 37.6% 62.4%
Barnet 72.1% 100,210 60,823 62.2% 37.8%
Bexley 75.2% 47,603 80,886 37.0% 63.0%
Brent 65.0% 72,523 48,881 59.7% 40.3%
Bromley 78.8% 92,398 90,034 50.6% 49.4%
Camden 65.4% 71,295 23,838 74.9% 25.1%
City of London 73.5% 3,312 1,087 75.3% 24.7%
City of Westminster 64.9% 53,928 24,268 69.0% 31.0%
Croydon 69.8% 92,913 78,221 54.3% 45.7%
Ealing 70.0% 90,024 59,017 60.4% 39.6%
Enfield 69.0% 76,425 60,481 55.8% 44.2%
Greenwich 69.5% 65,248 52,117 55.6% 44.4%
Hackney 65.1% 83,398 22,868 78.5% 21.5%
Haringey 70.5% 79,991 25,855 75.6% 24.4%
Harrow 72.2% 64,042 53,183 54.6% 45.4%
Hammersmith and Fulham 69.9% 56,188 24,054 70.0% 30.0%
Havering 76.0% 42,201 96,885 30.3% 69.7%
Hillingdon 68.9% 58,040 74,982 43.6% 56.4%
Hounslow 69.7% 58,755 56,321 51.1% 48.9%
Islington 70.3% 76,420 25,180 75.2% 24.8%
Kensington and Chelsea 65.9% 37,601 17,138 68.7% 31.3%
Kingston upon Thames 78.3% 52,533 32,737 61.6% 38.4%
Lambeth 67.3% 111,584 30,340 78.6% 21.4%
Lewisham 63.0% 86,955 37,518 69.9% 30.1%
Merton 73.4% 63,003 37,097 62.9% 37.1%
Newham 59.2% 55,328 49,371 52.8% 47.2%
Redbridge 67.5% 69,213 59,020 54.0% 46.0%
Richmond upon Thames 82.0% 75,396 33,410 69.3% 30.7%
Southwark 66.1% 94,293 35,209 72.8% 27.2%
Sutton 76.0% 49,319 57,241 46.3% 53.7%
Tower Hamlets 64.5% 73,011 35,224 67.5% 32.5%
Waltham Forest 66.6% 64,156 44,395 59.1% 40.9%
Wandsworth 71.9% 118,463 39,421 75.0% 25.0%

North East England[edit]

Voting areas of the North East England region
  Leave
  Remain
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North East England
Choice Votes  %
Leave the European Union 778,103 58.04%
Remain a member of the European Union 562,595 41.96%
Vaild votes 1,340,698 99.95%
Invalid or blank votes 689 0.05%
Total votes 1,341,387 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 1,934,341 69.35%
Source: Electoral Commission
North East England referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
778,103 (58%)
Remain:
562,595 (42%)

The North East England region was broken down into 12 voting areas.

District Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Darlington 71.0% 24,172 30,994 43.8% 56.2%
Durham 68.7% 113,521 153,877 42.5% 57.5%
Gateshead 70.6% 44,429 58,529 43.2% 57.8%
Hartlepool 65.5% 14,029 32,071 30.4% 69.6%
Middlesbrough 64.9% 21,181 40,177 34.5% 65.5%
Newcastle upon Tyne 67.6% 65,405 63,598 50.7% 49.3%
North Tyneside 72.3% 52,873 60,589 46.6% 53.4%
Northumberland 74.3% 82,022 96,699 45.9% 54.1%
Redcar and Cleveland 70.2% 24,586 48,128 33.8% 66.2%
South Tyneside 68.2% 30,014 49,065 38.0% 62.0%
Stockton-on-Tees 71.0% 38,433 61,982 38.3% 61.7%
Sunderland 64.8% 51,930 82,394 38.7% 61.3%

North West England[edit]

Voting areas of the North West England region
  Leave
  Remain
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North West England
Choice Votes  %
Leave the European Union 1,966,925 53.65%
Remain a member of the European Union 1,699,020 46.35%
Valid votes 3,665,945 99.93%
Invalid or blank votes 2,682 0.07%
Total votes 3,668,627 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 5,241,568 69.99%
Source: Electoral Commission
North West England referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
1,966,925 (53.6%)
Remain:
1,699,020 (46.4%)

The North West England region was broken down into 39 voting areas.

District Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Allerdale 72.9% 22,429 31,809 41.4% 58.6%
Barrow-in-Furness 67.8% 14,207 21,867 39.4% 60.6%
Blackburn with Darwen 65.2% 28,522 36,799 43.7% 56.3%
Blackpool 65.4% 21,781 45,146 32.5% 67.5%
Bolton 70.1% 57,589 80,491 41.7% 58.3%
Burnley 67.2% 14,462 28,854 33.4% 66.6%
Bury 71.3% 46,354 54,674 45.9% 54.1%
Carlisle 74.5% 23,788 35,895 39.9% 60.1%
Cheshire East 77.3% 107,962 113,163 48.8% 51.2%
Cheshire West and Chester 74.5% 95,455 98,082 49.3% 50.7%
Chorley 75.5% 27,417 36,098 43.2% 56.8%
Copeland 70.0% 14,419 23,528 38.0% 62.0%
Eden 75.7% 14,807 16,911 46.7% 53.3%
Fylde 75.5% 19,889 26,317 43.0% 57.0%
Halton 68.2% 27,678 37,327 42.6% 57.4%
Hyndburn 64.7% 13,569 26,568 33.8% 66.2%
Knowsley 63.5% 34,345 36,558 48.4% 51.6%
Lancaster 72.6% 35,732 37,309 48.9% 51.1%
Liverpool 64.0% 118,453 85,101 58.2% 41.8%
Manchester 59.7% 121,823 79,991 60.4% 39.6%
Oldham 67.9% 42,034 65,369 39.1% 60.9%
Pendle 70.2% 16,704 28,631 36.8% 63.2%
Preston 68.7% 30,227 34,518 46.7% 53.3%
Ribble Valley 79.0% 15,892 20,550 43.6% 56.4%
Rochdale 65.9% 41,217 62,014 39.9% 60.1%
Rossendale 72.4% 15,012 23,169 39.3% 60.7%
Salford 63.2% 47,430 62,385 43.2% 56.8%
Sefton 71.7% 76,702 71,176 51.9% 48.1%
South Lakeland 79.7% 34,531 30,800 52.9% 47.1%
South Ribble 75.3% 26,406 37,318 41.4% 58.6%
St. Helens 68.8% 39,322 54,357 42.0% 58.0%
Stockport 74.9% 85,559 77,930 52.5% 47.5%
Tameside 66.0% 43,118 67,829 38.9% 61.1%
Trafford 75.8% 72,293 53,018 57.7% 42.3%
Warrington 73.3% 52,657 62,487 45.7% 54.3%
West Lancashire 74.4% 28,546 35,323 44.7% 55.3%
Wigan 69.2% 58,942 104,331 36.1% 63.9%
Wirral 70.9% 88,931 83,069 51.7% 48.3%
Wyre 74.6% 22,816 40,163 36.2% 63.8%

South East England[edit]

Voting areas of the South East England region
  Leave
  Remain
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South East England
Choice Votes  %
Leave the European Union 2,567,965 51.78%
Remain a member of the European Union 2,391,718 48.22%
Vaild votes 4,959,683 99.93%
Invalid or blank votes 3,427 0.07%
Total votes 4,963,110 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 6,465,404 76.76%
Source: Electoral Commission
East of England referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
2,567,965 (51.8%)
Remain:
2,391,718 (48.2%)

The South East England region was broken down into 67 voting areas.

District Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Adur 76.4% 16,914 20,315 45.4% 54.6%
Arun 77.8% 34,193 56,936 37.5% 62.5%
Ashford 77.1% 28,314 41,472 40.6% 59.4%
Aylesbury Vale 78.4% 52,877 53,956 49.5% 50.5%
Basingstoke and Deane 78.0% 48,257 52,071 48.1% 51.9%
Bracknell Forest 76.1% 29,888 35,002 46.1% 53.9%
Brighton & Hove 74.0% 100,648 46,027 68.6% 31.4%
Canterbury 75.0% 40,169 41,879 49.0% 51.0%
Cherwell 75.5% 40,668 41,168 49.7% 50.3%
Chichester 77.8% 35,011 36,326 49.1% 50.9%
Chiltern 83.5% 32,241 26,363 55.0% 45.0%
Crawley 73.2% 22,388 31,447 41.6% 58.4%
Dartford 75.5% 19,985 35,870 35.8% 64.2%
Dover 76.5% 24,606 40,410 37.8% 62.2%
Eastbourne 74.7% 22,845 30,700 42.7% 57.3%
Eastleigh 78.2% 36,172 39,902 47.5% 52.5%
East Hampshire 81.6% 37,346 36,576 50.5% 49.5%
Elmbridge 78.1% 45,841 31,162 59.5% 40.5%
Epsom and Ewell 80.4% 23,596 21,707 52.1% 47.9%
Fareham 79.6% 32,210 39,525 44.9% 55.1%
Gosport 73.5% 16,671 29,456 36.1% 63.9%
Gravesham 74.9% 18,876 35,643 34.6% 65.4%
Guildford 76.9% 44,155 34,458 56.2% 43.8%
Hart 82.6% 30,282 27,513 52.4% 47.6%
Hastings 71.6% 20,011 24,339 45.1% 54.9%
Havant 74.1% 26,582 44,047 37.6% 62.4%
Horsham 81.6% 43,785 41,303 51.5% 48.5%
Isle of Wight 72.3% 30,207 49,173 38.1% 61.9%
Lewes 77.8% 30,974 28,508 52.1% 47.9%
Maidstone 76.0% 36,762 52,365 41.2% 58.8%
Medway 72.1% 49,889 88,997 35.9% 64.1%
Mid Sussex 80.7% 46,471 41,057 53.1% 46.9%
Milton Keynes 73.6% 63,393 67,063 48.6% 51.4%
Mole Valley 82.1% 29,088 25,708 53.1% 46.9%
New Forest 79.2% 47,199 64,541 42.2% 57.8%
Oxford 72.3% 49,424 20,913 70.3% 29.7%
Portsmouth 70.3% 41,384 57,336 41.9% 58.1%
Reading 72.5% 43,385 31,382 58.0% 42.0%
Reigate and Banstead 78.2% 40,181 40,980 49.5% 50.5%
Rother 79.3% 23,916 33,753 41.5% 58.5%
Runnymede 76.0% 20,259 24,035 45.7% 54.3%
Rushmoor 74.1% 20,384 28,396 41.8% 58.2%
Sevenoaks 80.6% 32,091 38,258 45.6% 54.4%
Shepway 74.9% 22,884 37,729 37.8% 62.2%
Slough 62.1% 24,911 29,631 45.7% 54.3%
Southampton 68.1% 49,738 57,927 46.2% 53.8%
South Bucks 78.0% 20,077 20,647 49.3% 50.7%
South Oxfordshire 80.7% 46,245 37,865 55.0% 45.0%
Spelthorne 77.9% 22,474 34,135 39.7% 60.3%
Surrey Heath 79.8% 25,638 26,667 49.0% 51.0%
Swale 74.2% 28,481 47,388 37.5% 62.5%
Tandridge 80.3% 24,251 27,169 47.2% 52.8%
Test Valley 79.6% 36,170 39,091 48.1% 51.9%
Thanet 72.7% 26,065 46,037 36.2% 63.8%
Tonbridge and Malling 79.6% 32,792 41,229 44.3% 55.7%
Tunbridge Wells 79.1% 35,676 29,320 54.9% 45.1%
Vale of White Horse 81.1% 43,462 33,192 56.7% 43.3%
Waverley 82.3% 44,341 31,601 58.4% 41.6%
Wealden 80.0% 44,084 52,808 45.5% 54.5%
West Berkshire 79.9% 48,300 44,977 51.8% 48.2%
West Oxfordshire 79.7% 35,236 30,435 53.7% 46.3%
Winchester 81.2% 42,878 29,886 58.9% 41.4%
Windsor and Maidenhead 79.7% 44,086 37,706 53.9% 46.1%
Woking 77.4% 31,007 24,214 56.2% 43.8%
Wokingham 79.2% 55,272 42,229 56.7% 43.3%
Worthing 75.4% 28,851 32,515 47.0% 53.0%
Wycombe 75.7% 49,261 45,529 52.0% 48.0%

South West England (including Gibraltar)[edit]

Voting areas of the South West England region (together with Gibraltar)
  Leave
  Remain
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South West England
(including Gibraltar)
Choice Votes  %
Leave the European Union 1,669,711 52.62%
Remain a member of the European Union 1,503,019 47.37%
Vaild votes 3,172,730 99.93%
Invalid or blank votes 2,179 0.07%
Total votes 3,174,909 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 4,138,134 73.01%
Source: Electoral Commission
South West England (including Gibraltar) referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
1,669,711 (52.6%)
Remain:
1,503,019 (47.4%)

The South West England region was broken down into 38 voting areas.

District Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Bath and North East Somerset 77.1% 60,878 44,352 57.9% 42.1%
Bournemouth 69.2% 41,473 50,453 45.1% 54.9%
Bristol 73.1% 141,027 87,418 61.7% 38.3%
Cheltenham 75.8% 37,081 28,932 56.2% 43.8%
Christchurch 79.3% 12,782 18,268 41.2% 58.8%
Cornwall 77.0% 140,540 182,665 43.5% 56.5%
Cotswold 79.8% 28,015 26,806 51.1% 48.9%
East Devon 78.9% 40,743 48,040 45.9% 54.1%
East Dorset 81.3% 24,786 33,702 42.4% 57.6%
Exeter 73.8% 35,270 28,533 55.3% 44.7%
Forest of Dean 77.4% 21,392 30,251 41.4% 58.6%
Gloucester 72.0% 26,801 37,776 41.5% 58.5%
Isles of Scilly 79.2% 803 621 56.4% 43.6%
Mendip 76.9% 33,427 32,028 51.1% 48.9%
Mid Devon 79.3% 22,400 25,606 46.7% 53.3%
North Dorset 79.7% 18,399 23,802 43.6% 56.4%
North Devon 76.8% 24,931 33,100 43.0% 57.0%
North Somerset 77.4% 59,572 64,976 47.8% 52.2%
Plymouth 71.4% 53,458 79,997 40.1% 59.9%
Poole 75.3% 35,741 49,707 41.8% 58.2%
Purbeck 78.9% 11,754 16,966 40.9% 59.1%
Sedgemoor 76.3% 26,545 41,869 38.8% 61.2%
South Gloucestershire 76.2% 74,928 83,405 47.3% 52.7%
South Hams 80.2% 29,308 26,142 52.9% 47.1%
South Somerset 78.6% 42,527 56,940 42.8% 57.2%
Stroud 80.0% 40,446 33,618 54.6% 45.4%
Swindon 75.8% 51,220 61,745 45.3% 54.7%
Taunton Deane 78.1% 30,944 34,789 47.1% 52.9%
Teignbridge 79.3% 37,949 44,363 46.1% 53.9%
Tewkesbury 79.1% 25,084 28,568 46.8% 53.2%
Torbay 73.6% 27,935 47,889 36.8% 63.2%
Torridge 78.3% 16,229 25,200 39.2% 60.8%
West Dorset 79.4% 31,924 33,267 49.0% 51.0%
West Devon 81.2% 16,658 18,937 46.8% 53.2%
West Somerset 79.1% 8,566 13,168 39.4% 60.6%
Wiltshire 78.8% 137,258 151,637 47.5% 52.5%
Weymouth and Portland 75.8% 14,903 23,352 39.0% 61.0%

Gibraltar[edit]

For the purposes of this referendum and as has been the case with European Parliamentary elections, the overseas territory of Gibraltar was a single voting area placed in the South West England constituency. It is the first time the territory has taken part in any UK-wide referendum as they did not participate in either the original 1975 EC Referendum or the 2011 AV Referendum as Gibraltar does not send any Members of Parliament to the House of Commons in Westminster.

Overseas Territory Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Gibraltar 83.6% 19,322 823 95.9% 4.1%

West Midlands[edit]

Voting areas of the West Midlands region
  Leave
  Remain
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West Midlands
Choice Votes  %
Leave the European Union 1,755,687 59.26%
Remain a member of the European Union 1,207,175 40.74%
Vaild votes 2,962,862 99.92%
Invalid or blank votes 2,507 0.08%
Total votes 2,965,369 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 4,116,572 72.03%
Source: Electoral Commission
West Midlands referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
1,775,687 (59.3%)
Remain:
1,207,175 (40.7%)

The West Midlands region was broken down into 30 voting areas.

District Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Birmingham 63.7% 223,451 227,251 49.6% 50.4%
Bromsgrove 79.3% 26,252 32,563 44.6% 55.4%
Cannock Chase 71.4% 16,684 36,894 31.1% 68.9%
Coventry 69.2% 67,967 85,097 44.4% 55.6%
Dudley 71.7% 56,780 118,446 32.4% 67.6%
East Staffordshire 74.3% 22,850 39,266 36.8% 63.2%
Herefordshire 78.3% 44,148 64,122 40.8% 59.2%
Lichfield 78.7% 26,064 37,214 41.2% 58.8%
Malvern Hills 80.5% 23,203 25,294 47.8% 52.2%
Newcastle-under-Lyme 74.3% 25,477 43,457 37.0% 63.0%
North Warwickshire 76.2% 12,569 25,385 33.1% 66.9%
Nuneaton and Bedworth 74.3% 23,736 46,095 34.0% 66.0%
Redditch 75.2% 17,303 28,579 37.7% 62.3%
Rugby 79.0% 25,350 33,199 43.3% 56.7%
Sandwell 66.5% 49,004 98,250 33.3% 66.7%
Shropshire 77.3% 78,987 104,166 43.1% 56.9%
Solihull 76.0% 53,466 68,484 43.8% 56.2%
South Staffordshire 77.8% 23,444 43,248 35.2% 64.8%
Stafford 77.8% 34,098 43,386 44.0% 56.0%
Staffordshire Moorlands 75.3% 21,076 38,684 35.3% 64.7%
Stoke-on-Trent 65.7% 36,027 81,563 30.6% 69.4%
Stratford-on-Avon 80.8% 38,341 40,817 48.4% 51.6%
Tamworth 74.1% 13,705 28,424 32.5% 67.5%
Telford and Wrekin 72.1% 32,954 56,649 36.8% 63.2%
Walsall 69.6% 43,572 92,007 32.1% 67.9%
Warwick 79.2% 47,976 33,642 58.8% 41.2%
Wolverhampton 67.5% 44,138 73,798 37.4% 62.6%
Worcester 73.8% 25,125 29,114 46.3% 53.7%
Wychavon 80.8% 32,188 44,201 42.1% 57.9%
Wyre Forest 74.0% 21,240 36,392 36.9% 63.1%

Yorkshire and the Humber[edit]

Voting areas of the Yorkshire and the Humber region
  Leave
  Remain
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Yorkshire and the Humber
Choice Votes  %
Leave the European Union 1,580,937 57.71%
Remain a member of the European Union 1,158,298 42.29%
Vaild votes 2,739,235 99.93%
Invalid or blank votes 1,937 0.07%
Total votes 2,741,172 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 3,877,780 70.69%
Source: Electoral Commission
Yorkshire and the Humber referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
1,580,937 (57.7%)
Remain:
1,158,298 (42.3%)

The Yorkshire and the Humber region was broken down into 21 voting areas.

District Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Barnsley 69.9% 38,951 83,958 31.7% 68.3%
Bradford 66.7% 104,575 123,913 45.8% 54.2%
Calderdale 71.0% 46,950 58,975 44.3% 55.7%
Craven 81.0% 16,930 18,961 47.2% 52.8%
Doncaster 69.5% 46,922 104,260 31.0% 69.0%
East Riding of Yorkshire 74.9% 78,779 120,136 39.6% 60.4%
Hambleton 78.4% 25,480 29,502 46.3% 53.7%
Harrogate 78.8% 48,211 46,374 51.0% 49.0%
Kingston upon Hull 62.9% 36,709 76,646 32.4% 67.6%
Kirklees 70.8% 98,485 118,755 45.3% 54.7%
Leeds 71.3% 194,863 192,474 50.3% 49.7%
North East Lincolnshire 67.9% 23,797 55,185 30.1% 69.9%
North Lincolnshire 71.9% 29,947 58,915 33.7% 66.3%
Richmondshire 75.1% 11,945 15,691 43.2% 56.8%
Rotherham 69.5% 44,115 93,272 32.1% 67.9%
Ryedale 77.2% 14,340 17,710 44.7% 55.3%
Scarborough 73.0% 22,999 37,512 38.0% 62.0%
Selby 79.1% 21,071 30,532 40.8% 59.2%
Sheffield 67.3% 130,735 136,018 49.0% 51.0%
Wakefield 71.1% 58,877 116,165 33.6% 66.4%
York 70.6% 63,617 45,983 58.0% 42.0%

Northern Ireland[edit]

Northern Ireland was a single voting area, as well as being a regional count although local totals were announced in each of the Westminister Parliamentary constituency areas within Northern Ireland but did not constitute as voting areas.[3]

Northern Ireland
  Leave
  Remain
United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, 2016
Northern Ireland
Choice Votes  %
Remain a member of the European Union 470,707 55.78%
Leave the European Union 349,442 44.22%
Vaild votes 790,194 99.95%
Invalid or blank votes 374 0.05%
Total votes 790,523 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 1,260,955 62.69%
Source: Electoral Commission
Northern Ireland referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
349,442 (44.2%)
Remain:
470,707 (55.8%)

Northern Ireland local totals by Parliamentary constituencies.

Constituency Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Belfast East 65.8% 20,728 21,918 48.1% 51.9%
Belfast North 57.5% 20,128 19,844 50.4% 49.6%
Belfast South 67.6% 30,960 13,596 69.5% 30.5%
Belfast West 48.9% 23,099 8,092 74.1% 25.9%
East Antrim 65.2% 18,616 22,929 44.8% 55.2%
East Londonderry 59.7% 21,098 19,455 52.0% 48.0%
Fermanagh and South Tyrone 67.8% 28,200 19,958 58.6% 41.4%
Foyle 57.4% 32,064 8,905 78.3% 21.7%
Lagan Valley 66.6% 22,710 25,704 46.9% 53.1%
Mid Ulster 61.6% 25,612 16,799 60.4% 39.6%
Newry and Armagh 63.9% 31,963 18,659 62.9% 36.9%
North Antrim 64.9% 18,782 30,938 37.8% 62.2%
North Down 67.7% 23,131 21,046 52.4% 47.6%
South Antrim 63.1% 21,498 22,055 49.4% 50.6%
South Down 62.2% 32,076 15,625 67.2% 32.8%
Strangford 64.5% 18,727 23,383 44.5% 55.5%
Upper Bann 63.6% 24,550 27,262 47.4% 52.6%
West Tyrone 61.8% 26,765 13,274 66.8% 33.2%

Scotland[edit]

Voting areas of Scotland
  Remain

The Scottish councils were used as the voting areas for the referendum throughout Scotland.

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United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, 2016
Scotland
Choice Votes  %
Remain a member of the European Union 1,661,191 61.96%
Leave the European Union 1,018,322 38.04%
Vaild votes 2,679,513 99.94%
Invalid or blank votes 1,666 0.06%
Total votes 2,681,179 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 3,987,112 67.25%
Source: Electoral Commission
Scotland referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
1,018,322 (38%)
Remain:
1,661,191 (62%)

Scotland was broken down into 32 voting areas.

Council Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Aberdeen 67.9% 63,985 40,729 61.1% 38.9%
Aberdeenshire 70.6% 76,445 62,516 55.0% 45.0%
Angus 68.0% 32,747 26,511 55.3% 44.7%
Argyll and Bute 73.1% 29,494 19,202 60.6% 39.4%
Clackmannanshire 67.2% 14,691 10,736 57.8% 42.2%
Dumfries and Galloway 71.4% 43,864 38,803 53.1% 46.9%
Dundee 62.9% 39,688 26,697 59.8% 40.2%
East Ayrshire 62.9% 33,891 23,942 58.6% 41.4%
East Dunbartonshire 75.1% 44,534 17,840 71.4% 28.6%
East Lothian 71.7% 36,026 19,738 64.6% 35.4%
East Renfrewshire 76.1% 39,345 13,596 74.3% 25.7%
City of Edinburgh 72.9% 187,796 64,498 74.4% 25.6%
Falkirk 67.5% 44,987 34,271 56.8% 43.2%
Fife 66.7% 106,754 75,466 58.6% 41.4%
Glasgow 56.2% 168,335 84,474 66.6% 33.4%
Highland 71.6% 70,308 55,349 56.0% 44.0%
Inverclyde 66.0% 24,688 14,010 63.8% 36.2%
Midlothian 68.1% 28,217 17,251 62.1% 37.9%
Moray 67.4% 24,114 23,992 50.1% 49.9%
North Ayrshire 64.6% 38,394 29,110 56.9% 43.1%
North Lanarkshire 60.9% 95,549 59,400 61.7% 38.3%
Perth and Kinross 73.7% 49,641 31,614 61.1% 38.9%
Renfrewshire 69.2% 57,119 31,010 64.8% 35.2%
Scottish Borders 73.4% 37,952 26,962 58.5% 41.5%
Stirling 74.0% 33,112 15,787 67.7% 32.3%
South Lanarkshire 65.3% 102,568 60,024 63.1% 36.9%
South Ayrshire 69.8% 36,265 25,241 59.0% 41.0%
West Dunbartonshire 63.9% 26,794 16,426 62.0% 38.0%
West Lothian 67.6% 51,560 36,948 58.3% 41.7%
Na h-Eileanan Siar (Western Isles) 70.1% 8,232 6,671 55.2% 44.8%
Orkney 68.3% 7,189 4,193 63.2% 36.8%
Shetland 70.3% 6,907 5,315 56.5% 43.5%

Whilst all council counting areas show a majority for Remain one constituency, Banff and Buchan, voted to Leave the European Union at the 2016 European Union membership referendum on an estimated margin of 54% Leave 46% Remain.[7][8] This constituency was also reported to have voted in favour of Scottish independence at the 2014 Scottish independence referendum.[9] The Leave vote in the area was concentrated around the north coast of Aberdeenshire between the fishing towns of Banff and Peterhead, where there were 23,707 Leave votes to 14,918 Remain votes (61% Leave 39% Remain).[10][11]

The areas of Whalsay and South Unst in the Shetland Islands and An Taobh Siar agus Nis in the Na h-Eileanan an Iar (Western Isles) also voted by a majority for Leave,[12] as did the town of Lossiemouth in Moray.[13][14]

Wales[edit]

Voting areas of Wales
  Leave
  Remain

The Welsh councils were used as the voting areas for the referendum throughout Wales.

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United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, 2016
Wales
Choice Votes  %
Leave the European Union
Gadael yr Undeb Ewropeaidd
854,572 52.53%
Remain a member of the European Union
Aros yn aelod o'r Undeb Ewropeaidd
772,347 47.47%
Vaild votes 1,626,919 99.93%
Invalid or blank votes 1,135 0.07%
Total votes 1,628,054 100.00%
Registered voters and turnout 2,270,272 71.71%
Source: Electoral Commission
Wales referendum results (without spoiled ballots):
Leave:
854,572 (52.5%)
Remain:
772,347 (47.5%)

Wales was broken down into 22 voting areas.

Council Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Anglesey 73.8% 18,618 19,333 49.1% 50.9%
Blaenau Gwent 68.1% 13,215 21,587 38.0% 62.0%
Bridgend 71.1% 33,723 40,622 45.4% 54.6%
Caerphilly 70.7% 39,178 53,295 42.4% 57.6%
Cardiff 69.6% 101,788 67,816 60.0% 40.0%
Carmarthenshire 74.0% 47,654 55,381 46.3% 53.7%
Ceredigion 74.4% 21,711 18,031 54.6% 45.4%
Conwy 71.7% 30,147 35,357 46.0% 54.0%
Denbighshire 69.1% 23,955 28,117 46.0% 54.0%
Flintshire 74.8% 37,867 48,930 43.6% 56.4%
Gwynedd 72.3% 35,517 25,665 58.1% 41.9%
Merthyr Tydfil 67.4% 12,574 16,291 43.6% 56.4%
Monmouthshire 77.7% 28,061 27,569 50.4% 49.6%
Neath Port Talbot 71.5% 32,651 43,001 43.2% 56.8%
Newport 70.2% 32,413 41,236 44.0% 56.0%
Pembrokeshire 74.4% 29,367 39,155 42.9% 57.1%
Powys 77.0% 36,762 42,707 46.3% 53.7%
Rhondda Cynon Taf 67.4% 53,973 62,590 46.3% 53.7%
Swansea 69.5% 58,307 61,936 48.5% 51.5%
Torfaen 69.8% 19,363 28,781 40.2% 59.8%
Vale of Glamorgan 76.1% 36,681 35,628 50.7% 49.3%
Wrexham 71.5% 28,822 41,544 41.0% 59.0%

Result by constituency[edit]

The EU referendum vote was not counted by parliamentary constituencies except for Northern Ireland. However a number of Local Councils and Districts have released the referendum results by electoral ward or constituency. Moreover, several constituency boundaries are co-terminous with their local government district. For the remaining constituencies, the data used was sourced from Chris Hanretty, a Reader in Politics at the University of East Anglia, who estimated through a demographic model the 'Leave' and 'Remain' votes in each constituency.[15] He urges caution in the interpretation of the data as it may not be completely reliable and has a margin of error.

Constituency results by party[edit]

Party Remain Leave Remain % Leave %
Conservative Party 80 247 26% 74%
Labour Party 84 148 36% 64%
Scottish National Party 55 1 98% 2%
Liberal Democrats 7 2 78% 22%
Democratic Unionist Party 2 6 25% 75%
Sinn Féin 4 0 100% 0%
Plaid Cymru 2 1 67% 33%
Social Democratic and Labour Party 3 0 100% 0%
Independent 1 1 50% 50%
Ulster Unionist Party 1 1 50% 50%
Green Party 1 0 100% 0%
Speaker 1 0 100% 0%
Total 242 406 37% 63%

List of constituency results[edit]

Constituency Member of Parliament MP position Region Proportion of votes Notes
Remain % Leave %
Streatham Chuka Umunna Remain 27.9% Greater London 79.5% 20.5% [16]
Bristol West Thangam Debbonaire Remain 8.4% South West England 79.3% 20.7% [17]
Hackney North and Stoke Newington Diane Abbott Remain 48.1% Greater London 79.1% 20.9% [18]
Glasgow North Patrick Grady Remain 25.2% Scotland 78.4% 21.6% [19]
Islington North Jeremy Corbyn Remain 43.0% Greater London 78.4% 21.6% [20]
Foyle Mark Durkan Remain 16.3% Northern Ireland 78.3% 21.7%
Edinburgh North and Leith Deidre Brock Remain 9.6% Scotland 78.2% 21.8% [21]
Dulwich and West Norwood Helen Hayes Remain 31.4% Greater London 78.0% 22.0% [18]
Hackney South and Shoreditch Meg Hillier Remain 50.9% Greater London 77.9% 22.1% [18]
Edinburgh South Ian Murray Remain 5.4% Scotland 77.8% 22.2% [21]
Vauxhall Kate Hoey Leave 26.5% Greater London 77.6% 22.4% [16]
Battersea Jane Ellison Remain 15.6% Greater London 77.0% 23.0% [18]
Hampstead and Kilburn Tulip Siddiq Remain 2.1% Greater London 76.6% 23.4% [18]
Tottenham David Lammy Remain 55.4% Greater London 76.2% 23.8% [20]
Lewisham Deptford Vicky Foxcroft Remain 45.4% Greater London 75.4% 24.6% [18]
Hornsey and Wood Green Catherine West Remain 19.1% Greater London 75.0% 25.0% [20]
Tooting Rosena Allin-Khan Remain 19.9% Greater London 74.7% 25.3% [18]
East Renfrewshire Kirsten Oswald Remain 6.6% Scotland 74.3% 25.7%
Belfast West Paul Maskey Remain 35.0% Northern Ireland 74.1% 25.9%
Cambridge Daniel Zeichner Remain 1.2% East of England 73.8% 26.2% [22]
Manchester Withington Jeff Smith Remain 29.8% North West England 73.7% 26.3% [18]
Brighton Pavilion Caroline Lucas Remain 14.6% South East England 73.4% 26.6% [20]
East Dunbartonshire John Nicolson Remain 4.0% Scotland 73.3% 26.7% [18]
Holborn and St Pancras Keir Starmer Remain 31.0% Greater London 73.3% 26.7% [23]
Richmond Park Sarah Olney Remain 4.5% Greater London 73.3% 27.7% [18]
Liverpool Riverside Louise Ellman Remain 55.3% North West England 73.2% 26.8% [18]
Putney Justine Greening Remain 23.8% Greater London 73.2% 26.8% [18]
Bermondsey and Old Southwark Neil Coyle Remain 8.7% Greater London 73.0% 27.0% [18]
Edinburgh East Tommy Sheppard Remain 19.3% Scotland 72.4% 27.6% [21]
Edinburgh South West Joanna Cherry Remain 15.8% Scotland 72.1% 27.9% [21]
Glasgow South Stewart McDonald Remain 25.2% Scotland 71.8% 28.2% [19]
Islington South and Finsbury Emily Thornberry Remain 28.7% Greater London 71.7% 28.3% [20]
Cities of London and Westminster Mark Field Remain 26.7% Greater London 71.4% 28.6% [18]
Edinburgh West Michelle Thomson Remain 5.9% Scotland 71.2% 28.8% [21]
Glasgow Central Alison Thewliss Remain 19.5% Scotland 71.2% 28.8% [19]
Ealing Central and Acton Rupa Huq Remain 0.5% Greater London 70.9% 29.1% [24]
Chelsea and Fulham Greg Hands Remain 39.8% Greater London 70.8% 29.2% [18]
Wimbledon Stephen Hammond Remain 26.1% Greater London 70.6% 29.4% [20]
Camberwell and Peckham Harriet Harman Remain 50.1% Greater London 69.9% 30.1% [18]
Cardiff Central Jo Stevens Remain 12.9% Wales 69.7% 30.3% [18]
Sheffield Central Paul Blomfield Remain 39.2% Yorkshire and the Humber 69.6% 30.4% [18]
Belfast South Alasdair McDonnell Remain 2.3% Northern Ireland 69.5% 30.5%
Bethnal Green and Bow Rushanara Ali Remain 45.9% Greater London 69.1% 30.9% [18]
Finchley and Golders Green Mike Freer Remain 11.2% Greater London 69.1% 30.9% [18]
Hammersmith Andy Slaughter Remain 13.6% Greater London 69.0% 31.0% [18]
Kensington Victoria Borwick Leave 21.1% Greater London 68.7% 31.3% [18]
Glasgow North West Carol Monaghan Remain 23.6% Scotland 68.5% 31.5% [19]
Bath Ben Howlett Remain 8.1% South West England 68.4% 31.6% [18]
Aberdeen South Callum McCaig Remain 14.9% Scotland 67.7% 32.3% [18]
Stirling Steven Paterson Remain 23.4% Scotland 67.7% 32.3% [20]
Oxford East Andrew David Smith Remain 30.1% South East England 67.7% 32.3% [18]
South Down Margaret Ritchie Remain 13.8% Northern Ireland 67.2% 32.8%
Westminster North Karen Patricia Buck Remain 5.4% Greater London 67.1% 32.9% [18]
West Tyrone Pat Doherty Remain 26.0% Northern Ireland 66.8% 33.2%
Walthamstow Stella Creasy Remain 23.4% Greater London 66.5% 33.5% [25]
Birmingham Hall Green Roger Godsiff Leave 42.1% West Midlands 66.4% 33.6% [26]
Twickenham Tania Mathias Remain 3.2% Greater London 66.4% 33.6% [18]
Hove Peter Kyle Remain 2.4% South East England 66.1% 33.9% [18]
Paisley and Renfrewshire South Mhairi Black Remain 12.3% Scotland 65.9% 34.1% [18]
Poplar and Limehouse Jim Fitzpatrick Remain 33.1% Greater London 65.9% 34.1% [18]
Lewisham West and Penge Jim Dowd Remain 26.4% Greater London 65.6% 34.4% [18]
Arfon Hywel Williams Remain 13.7% Wales 65.1% 34.9% [18]
Leeds North West Greg Mulholland Remain 6.7% Yorkshire and the Humber 64.7% 35.3% [18]
East Lothian George Kerevan Remain 11.5% Scotland 64.6% 35.4%
Lanark and Hamilton East Angela Crawley Remain 18.3% Scotland 64.6% 35.4% [18]
Lewisham East Heidi Alexander Remain 33.4% Greater London 64.6% 35.4% [18]
Birmingham Ladywood Shabana Mahmood Remain 60.9% West Midlands 64.4% 35.6% [26]
Greenwich and Woolwich Matthew Pennycook Remain 25.6% Greater London 64.3% 35.7% [27]
Liverpool Wavertree Luciana Berger Remain 59.3% North West England 64.2% 35.8% [18]
Sheffield Hallam Nick Clegg Remain 4.2% Yorkshire and the Humber 64.1% 35.9% [18]
Paisley and Renfrewshire North Gavin Newlands Remain 18.0% Scotland 64.0% 36.0% [18]
Inverclyde Ronnie Cowan Remain 24.8% Scotland 63.8% 36.2%
Manchester Central Lucy Powell Remain 47.7% North West England 63.4% 36.6% [18]
Motherwell and Wishaw Marion Fellows Remain 24.6% Scotland 63.1% 36.9% [18]
Leyton and Wanstead John Cryer Leave 27.9% Greater London 62.9% 37.1% [25]
Newry and Armagh Mickey Brady Remain 8.4% Northern Ireland 62.9% 37.1%
Leeds North East Fabian Hamilton Remain 15.0% Yorkshire and the Humber 62.7% 37.3% [18]
Rutherglen and Hamilton West Margaret Ferrier Remain 17.3% Scotland 62.7% 37.3% [18]
St Albans Anne Main Leave 23.4% East of England 62.6% 37.4% [20]
Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East Stuart McDonald Remain 29.9% Scotland 62.1% 37.9% [18]
East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow Lisa Cameron Remain 27.3% Scotland 62.1% 37.9% [18]
Enfield Southgate David Burrowes Leave 10.4% Greater London 62.1% 37.9% [20]
Manchester Gorton Gerald Kaufman Remain 57.3% North West England 62.1% 37.9% [18]
Midlothian Owen Thompson Remain 20.4% Scotland 62.1% 37.9% [11]
West Dunbartonshire Martin Docherty Remain 27.7% Scotland 62.0% 38.0%
North East Fife Stephen Gethins Remain 9.6% Scotland 61.9% 38.1% [18]
Oxford West and Abingdon Nicola Blackwood Remain 16.7% South East England 61.9% 38.1% [18]
Dundee East Stewart Hosie Remain 39.8% Scotland 61.8% 38.2% [18]
Reading East Rob Wilson Remain 12.9% South East England 61.8% 38.2% [18]
Altrincham and Sale West Graham Brady Leave 26.3% North West England 61.6% 38.4% [18]
South Cambridgeshire Heidi Allen Remain 33.5% East of England 61.6% 38.4% [18]
York Central Rachael Maskell Remain 14.1% Yorkshire and the Humber 61.5% 38.5% [18]
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine Stuart Donaldson Remain 12.7% Scotland 61.4% 38.6% [18]
Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill Phil Boswell Remain 22.7% Scotland 61.3% 38.7% [18]
Cardiff North Craig Williams Remain 4.2% Wales 60.9% 39.0% [18]
Ochil and South Perthshire Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh Remain 17.6% Scotland 60.8% 39.2% [18]
Argyll and Bute Brendan O'Hara Remain 16.3% Scotland 60.6% 39.4%
Kilmarnock and Loudoun Alan Brown Remain 25.3% Scotland 60.4% 39.6% [18]
Mid Ulster Francie Molloy Remain 33.3% Northern Ireland 60.4% 39.6%
Hitchin and Harpenden Peter Lilley Leave 36.2% East of England 60.3% 39.7% [20]
Winchester Steve Brine Remain 30.6% South East England 60.3% 39.7% [18]
Airdrie and Shotts Neil Gray Remain 19.8% Scotland 60.0% 40.0% [18]
Dunfermline and West Fife Douglas Chapman Remain 18.5% Scotland 60.0% 40.0% [18]
Perth and North Perthshire Pete Wishart Remain 17.8% Scotland 59.9% 40.1% [18]
Norwich South Clive Lewis Remain 15.8% East of England 59.8% 40.2% [28]
Orkney and Shetland Alistair Carmichael Remain 3.6% Scotland 59.7% 40.3%
South West Surrey Jeremy Hunt Remain 49.8% South East England 59.4% 40.6% [18]
Glasgow North East Anne McLaughlin Remain 24.4% Scotland 59.3% 40.7% [19]
Chipping Barnet Theresa Villiers Leave 14.4% Greater London 59.1% 40.9% [18]
Croydon North Steve Reed Remain 39.9% Greater London 59.1% 40.9% [29]
Glasgow South West Chris Stephens Remain 24.3% Scotland 59.1% 40.9% [19]
Dundee West Chris Law Remain 38.2% Scotland 58.9% 41.1% [18]
Guildford Anne Milton Unknown 41.6% South East England 58.9% 41.1% [18]
Newcastle upon Tyne East Nick Brown Remain 31.9% North East England 58.9% 41.1% [18]
Warwick and Leamington Chris White Remain 13.1% West Midlands 58.9% 41.1% [18]
Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey Drew Hendry Remain 18.8% Scotland 58.7% 41.3% [18]
Rushcliffe Kenneth Clarke Remain 25.1% East Midlands 58.7% 41.3% [18]
Fermanagh and South Tyrone Tom Elliott Leave 1.0% Northern Ireland 58.6% 41.4%
Kingston and Surbiton James Berry Remain 4.8% Greater London 58.5% 41.5% [18]
Bristol North West Charlotte Leslie Leave 9.5% South West England 58.4% 41.6% [17]
Esher and Walton Dominic Raab Leave 50.2% South East England 58.4% 41.6% [18]
Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath Roger Mullin Remain 18.9% Scotland 58.4% 41.6% [18]
Linlithgow and East Falkirk Martyn Day Remain 21.0% Scotland 58.4% 41.6% [18]
Ealing Southall Virendra Sharma Remain 43.3% Greater London 58.2% 41.8% [24]
Falkirk John McNally Remain 32.6% Scotland 58.1% 41.9% [18]
Hendon Matthew Offord Leave 7.5% Greater London 58.1% 41.9% [18]
North Ayrshire and Arran Patricia Gibson Remain 25.2% Scotland 57.8% 42.2% [18]
Central Ayrshire Philippa Whitford Remain 26.8% Scotland 57.8% 42.2% [18]
Wokingham John Redwood Leave 43.2% South East England 57.6% 42.4% [18]
Leicester South Jon Ashworth Remain 38.9% East Midlands 57.5% 42.5% [18]
Swansea West Geraint Davies Remain 20.0% Wales 57.4% 42.6% [18]
Cheadle Mary Robinson Remain 12.2% North West England 57.3% 42.7% [30]
Cheltenham Alex Chalk Remain 12.1% South West England 57.3% 42.7% [18]
City of Chester Chris Matheson Remain 0.2% North West England 57.3% 42.7% [18]
Ayr, Carrick, and Cumnock Corri Wilson Remain 21.6% Scotland 57.1% 42.9% [18]
Brent Central Dawn Butler Remain 41.8% Greater London 57.1% 42.9% [18]
Nottingham East Chris Leslie Remain 33.8% East Midlands 57.1% 42.9% [31]
Aberdeen North Kirsty Blackman Remain 30.5% Scotland 57.0% 43.0% [18]
Brent North Barry Gardiner Remain 20.7% Greater London 57.0% 43.0% [18]
Henley John Howell Remain 45.9% South East England 57.0% 43.0% [18]
Berwickshire, Roxburgh & Selkirk Calum Kerr Remain 0.6% Scotland 56.8% 43.2% [18]
Brentford and Isleworth Ruth Cadbury Remain 0.8% Greater London 56.7% 43.3% [32]
Ross, Skye and Lochaber Ian Blackford Remain 12.3% Scotland 56.7% 43.3% [18]
Brighton Kemptown Simon Kirby Remain 1.5% South East England 57.6% 43.4% [18]
Harrow West Gareth Thomas Remain 4.7% Greater London 56.6% 43.4% [20]
Glasgow East Natalie McGarry Remain 24.5% Scotland 56.2% 43.8% [19]
Ilford South Mike Gapes Remain 38.1% Greater London 56.2% 43.8% [18]
Livingston Hannah Bardell Remain 29.3% Scotland 56.2% 43.8% [18]
Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale David Mundell Remain 1.5% Scotland 56.1% 43.9% [18]
Woking Jonathan Lord Leave 40.2% South East England 56.0% 44.0% [18]
City of Durham Roberta Blackman-Woods Remain 25.0% North East England 55.7% 44.3% [18]
Gordon Alex Salmond Remain 15.0% Scotland 55.5% 44.5% [18]
Exeter Ben Bradshaw Remain 13.3% South West England 55.3% 44.7% [18]
Mitcham and Morden Siobhain McDonagh Remain 37.5% Greater London 55.3% 44.7% [20]
Tunbridge Wells Greg Clark Remain 44.5% South East England 55.3% 44.7% [18]
Wirral West Margaret Greenwood Remain 1.0% North West England 55.3% 44.7% [33]
Cardiff West Kevin Brennan Remain 15.5% Wales 55.2% 44.8% [18]
Na h-Eileanan an Iar Angus MacNeil Remain 25.7% Scotland 55.2% 44.8% [20]
Cardiff South and Penarth Stephen Doughty Remain 16.0% Wales 55.1% 44.9% [18]
South East Cambridgeshire Lucy Frazer Remain 28.3% Yorkshire and the Humber 55.1% 44.9% [18]
York Outer Julian Sturdy Leave 24.4% Yorkshire and the Humber 55.1% 44.9% [18]
Chesham and Amersham Cheryl Gillan Leave 45.4% South East England 55.0% 45.0%
Sefton Central Bill Esterson Remain 24.2% North West England 54.9% 45.1% [18]
Canterbury Julian Brazier Leave 18.3% South East England 54.7% 45.3% [18]
Dumfries and Galloway Richard Arkless Remain 11.5% Scotland 54.7% 45.3% [18]
Hexham Guy Opperman Remain 27.8% North East England 54.7% 45.3% [18]
Ceredigion Mark Williams Remain 8.2% Wales 54.6% 45.4%
Maidenhead Theresa May Remain 54.0% South East England 54.6% 45.4% [18]
Edmonton Kate Osamor Remain 37.3% Greater London 54.5% 45.5% [20]
Southport John Pugh Remain 3.0% North West England 54.5% 45.5% [18]
Croydon South Chris Philp Remain 29.7% Greater London 54.2% 45.8% [29]
Pontypridd Owen Smith Remain 23.7% Wales 54.2% 45.8% [18]
Romsey and Southampton North Caroline Nokes Remain 36.6% South East England 54.2% 45.8% [18]
Tatton George Osborne Remain 40.3% North West England 54.2% 45.8% [18]
North East Hampshire Ranil Jayawardena Leave 55.4% South East England 54.1% 45.9% [18]
Stroud Neil Carmichael Remain 8.0% South West England 54.1% 45.9% [18]
Windsor Adam Afriyie Leave 50.0% South East England 54.0% 46.0% [18]
Ealing North Stephen Pound Remain 25.4% Greater London 53.7% 46.3% [24]
Witney Robert Courts Leave 14.8% South East England 53.7% 46.3%
South West Hertfordshire David Gauke Remain 40.6% East of England 53.7% 46.3% [18]
Wantage Ed Vaizey Remain 37.3% South East England 53.6% 46.4% [18]
Glenrothes Peter Grant Remain 29.2% Scotland 53.6% 46.4% [18]
Kenilworth and Southam Jeremy Wright Remain 43.0% West Midlands 53.5% 46.5% [18]
Nottingham South Lilian Greenwood Remain 16.0% East Midlands 53.5% 46.5% [31]
Mid Sussex Nicholas Soames Remain 42.2% South East England 53.4% 46.6% [18]
Wirral South Alison McGovern Remain 11.0% North West England 53.4% 46.6% [33]
Bradford West Naz Shah Remain 28.3% Yorkshire and the Humber 53.3% 46.7% [20]
Bristol East Kerry McCarthy Remain 8.6% South West England 53.2% 46.8% [17]
Stockport Ann Coffey Remain 25.4% North West England 53.2% 46.8% [30]
Lewes Maria Caulfield Leave 2.1% South East England 53.1% 46.9% [18]
Birmingham Selly Oak Steve McCabe Remain 18.6% West Midlands 53.1% 46.9% [26]
East Ham Stephen Timms Remain 65.5% Greater London 53.1% 46.9% [18]
Bristol South Karin Smyth Remain 14.0% South West England 52.9% 47.1% [17]
Truro and Falmouth Sarah Newton Remain 27.2% South West England 52.9% 47.1% [34]
Harrogate and Knaresborough Andrew Jones Remain 30.7% Yorkshire and the Humber 52.8% 47.2% [18]
Birmingham Edgbaston Gisela Stuart Leave 6.6% West Midlands 52.7% 47.3% [26]
West Ham Lyn Brown Remain 53.0% Greater London 52.7% 47.3% [18]
Leeds Central Hilary Benn Remain 37.7% Yorkshire and the Humber 52.4% 47.4% [18]
Westmorland and Lonsdale Tim Farron Remain 18.3% North West England 52.6% 47.4% [18]
Harrow East Bob Blackman Leave 9.7% Greater London 52.5% 47.5% [20]
Newbury Richard Benyon Remain 46.0% South East England 52.5% 47.5% [18]
Mole Valley Paul Beresford Remain 46.1% South East England 52.5% 47.5% [18]
North Down Sylvia Hermon Remain 25.6% Northern Ireland 52.4% 47.6%
Reigate Crispin Blunt Leave 43.5% South East England 52.3% 47.7% [18]
The Cotswolds Geoffrey Clifton-Brown Leave 37.9% South West England 52.3% 47.7% [18]
Garston and Halewood Maria Eagle Remain 55.4% North West England 52.2% 47.8% [18]
Monmouth David Davies Leave 23.1% Wales 52.2% 47.8% [18]
Tynemouth Alan Campbell Remain 15.4% North East England 52.2% 47.8% [18]
Epsom and Ewell Chris Grayling Leave 42.8% South East England 52.1% 47.9% [18]
Filton and Bradley Stoke Jack Lopresti Leave 20.0% South West England 52.1% 47.9% [18]
North Somerset Liam Fox Leave 39.2% South West England 52.1% 47.9% [18]
East Londonderry Gregory Campbell Leave 22.5% Northern Ireland 52.0% 48.0%
Wycombe Steve Baker Leave 28.9% South East England 52.0% 48.0% [18]
Angus Mike Weir Remain 25.2% Scotland 51.9% 48.1% [18]
Macclesfield David Rutley Remain 29.9% North West England 51.9% 48.1% [18]
Dwyfor Meirionnydd Liz Saville-Roberts Remain 18.2% Wales 51.7% 48.3% [18]
Newcastle upon Tyne Central Chi Onwurah Remain 36.1% North East England 51.7% 48.3% [18]
Pudsey Stuart Andrew Leave 8.8% Yorkshire and the Humber 51.7% 48.3% [18]
Beckenham Bob Stewart Leave 37.8% Greater London 51.6% 48.4% [35]
Stretford and Urmston Kate Green Remain 25.2% North West England 51.6% 48.4% [18]
Buckingham John Bercow Remain 42.7% South East England 51.4% 48.6% [18]
Horsham Jeremy Quin Remain 43.3% South East England 51.4% 48.6% [18]
East Hampshire Damian Hinds Remain 48.7% South East England 51.3% 48.7% [18]
Coventry South Jim Cunningham Remain 7.3% West Midlands 51.1% 48.9% [18]
Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner Nick Hurd Remain 39.5% Greater London 51.0% 49.0% [18]
Beaconsfield Dominic Grieve Remain 49.5% South East England 50.8% 49.2% [18]
Chingford and Woodford Green Iain Duncan Smith Leave 19.1% Greater London 50.8% 49.2% [18]
Enfield North Joan Ryan Remain 2.4% Greater London 50.8% 49.2% [20]
Hertford and Stortford Mark Prisk Remain 38.2% East of England 50.8% 49.2% [18]
Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross Paul Monaghan Remain 11.2% Scotland 50.6% 49.4% [18]
Belfast North Nigel Dodds Leave 13.1% Northern Ireland 50.4% 49.6%
Bridgend Madeleine Moon Remain 4.9% Wales 50.4% 49.6% [18]
Loughborough Nicky Morgan Remain 17.7% East Midlands 50.4% 49.6% [18]
Bromley and Chislehurst Bob Neill Remain 30.8% Greater London 50.2% 49.8% [35]
Colne Valley Jason McCartney Leave 9.5% Yorkshire and the Humber 50.2% 49.8% [18]
Milton Keynes North Mark Lancaster Remain 16.9% South East England 50.2% 49.8% [18]
Runnymede and Weybridge Philip Hammond Remain 44.2% South East England 50.2% 49.8% [18]
Wythenshawe and Sale East Mike Kane Remain 24.4% North West England 50.2% 49.8% [18]
Moray Angus Robertson Remain 18.4% Scotland 50.1% 49.9%
Wallasey Angela Eagle Remain 37.7% North West England 50.1% 49.9% [33]
Gower Byron Davies Remain 0.1% Wales 49.9% 50.1% [18]
Weaver Vale Graham Evans Remain 1.7% North West England 49.9% 50.1% [18]
Liverpool West Derby Stephen Twigg Remain 66.7% North West England 49.8% 50.2% [18]
Croydon Central Gavin Barwell Remain 0.3% Greater London 49.7% 50.3% [20]
North Wiltshire James Gray Leave 41.6% South West England 49.7% 50.3% [18]
Salisbury John Glen Remain 40.3% South West England 49.7% 50.3% [18]
East Devon Hugo Swire Remain 22.4% South West England 49.6% 50.4% [18]
High Peak Andrew Bingham Leave 9.6% East Midlands 49.5% 50.5%
Banbury Victoria Prentis Remain 31.7% South East England 49.5% 50.5% [18]
Chelmsford Simon Burns Remain 35.9% East of England 49.5% 50.5% [18]
Arundel and South Downs Nick Herbert Remain 46.3% South East England 49.4% 50.6% [18]
Chichester Andrew Tyrie Remain 42.7% South East England 49.4% 50.6% [18]
Southampton Test Alan Whitehead Remain 8.7% South East England 49.4% 50.6% [18]
South Antrim Danny Kinahan Remain 2.6% Northern Ireland 49.4% 50.6%
Warrington South David Mowat Remain 4.6% North West England 49.4% 50.6% [18]
Hertsmere Oliver Dowden Remain 36.9% East of England 49.2% 50.8%
Lancaster and Fleetwood Cat Smith Remain 3.0% North West England 49.1% 50.9% [18]
Saffron Walden Alan Haselhurst Remain 43.4% East of England 49.1% 50.9% [18]
Somerton and Frome David Warburton Leave 33.6% South West England 49.1% 50.9% [18]
West Dorset Oliver Letwin Remain 28.6% South West England 49.1% 50.9% [18]
Ynys Môn Albert Owen Remain 0.7% Wales 49.1% 50.9%
Colchester Will Quince Leave 11.5% East of England 49.0% 51.0% [18]
Huddersfield Barry Sheerman Remain 18.1% Yorkshire and the Humber 49.0% 51.0% [18]
Central Devon Mel Stride Remain 39.0% South West England 48.9% 51.1% [18]
South Norfolk Richard Bacon Leave 35.9% East of England 48.9% 51.1% [18]
Stratford-on-Avon Nadhim Zahawi Leave 44.5% West Midlands 48.9% 51.1% [18]
Watford Richard Harrington Remain 17.4% East of England 48.9% 51.1% [18]
Birmingham Perry Barr Khalid Mahmood Remain 35.9% West Midlands 48.8% 51.2% [26]
Derbyshire Dales Patrick McLoughlin Remain 29.7% East Midlands 48.8% 51.2% [18]
Sutton and Cheam Paul Scully Leave 7.9% Greater London 48.8% 51.2% [18]
Blackley and Broughton Graham Stringer Leave 45.5% North West England 48.7% 51.3% [18]
North East Hertfordshire Oliver Heald Remain 36.5% East of England 48.7% 51.3% [18]
Belfast East Gavin Robinson Leave 6.5% Northern Ireland 48.6% 51.4%
Devizes Claire Perry Remain 42.3% South West England 48.6% 51.4% [18]
Birmingham Hodge Hill Liam Byrne Remain 56.9% West Midlands 48.5% 51.5% [26]
Shipley Philip Davies Leave 19.0% Yorkshire and the Humber 48.5% 51.5% [20]
South Swindon Robert Buckland Remain 11.7% South West England 48.5% 51.5% [18]
Leicester West Liz Kendall Remain 20.9% East Midlands 48.4% 51.6% [18]
Birkenhead Frank Field Leave 52.8% North West England 48.3% 51.7% [33]
Brecon and Radnorshire Christopher Davies Leave 12.7% Wales 48.3% 51.7% [18]
Sutton Coldfield Andrew Mitchell Remain 32.3% West Midlands 48.3% 51.7% [26]
Portsmouth South Flick Drummond Remain 12.5% South East England 48.2% 51.8% [20]
Eltham Clive Efford Remain 6.2% Greater London 48.2% 51.8% [27]
Bedford Richard Fuller Leave 2.4% East of England 48.1% 51.9% [20]
Surrey Heath Michael Gove Leave 45.6% South East England 48.1% 51.9% [18]
Aylesbury David Lidington Remain 31.0% South East England 47.9% 52.1% [18]
North East Somerset Jacob Rees-Mogg Leave 24.9% South West England 47.9% 52.1% [18]
Eddisbury Antoinette Sandbach Remain 27.4% North West England 47.8% 52.2% [18]
Harborough Edward Garnier Remain 37.4% East Midlands 47.8% 52.2% [18]
Hazel Grove William Wragg Leave 15.2% North West England 47.8% 52.2% [30]
Mid Bedfordshire Nadine Dorries Leave 40.2% East of England 47.8% 52.2% [18]
Chippenham Michelle Donelan Remain 18.2% South West England 47.7% 52.3% [18]
Vale of Glamorgan Alun Cairns Remain 13.4% Wales 47.7% 52.3% [18]
Broxtowe Anna Soubry Remain 8.0% East Midlands 47.6% 52.4% [18]
Knowsley George Howarth Remain 68.3% North West England 47.6% 52.4% [18]
Clwyd West David Jones Leave 17.7% Wales 47.5% 52.5% [18]
Ilford North Wes Streeting Remain 1.2% Greater London 47.5% 52.5% [18]
Mid Derbyshire Pauline Latham Remain 26.8% East Midlands 47.5% 52.5% [18]
Tonbridge and Malling Tom Tugendhat Remain 44.2% South East England 47.5% 52.5% [18]
Wealden Nusrat Ghani Leave 40.3% South East England 47.5% 52.5% [18]
Welwyn Hatfield Grant Shapps Remain 24.2% East of England 47.5% 52.5% [18]
West Worcestershire Harriett Baldwin Remain 41.7% West Midlands 47.5% 52.5% [18]
Congleton Fiona Bruce Leave 32.9% North West England 47.4% 52.6% [18]
Reading West Alok Sharma Remain 13.7% South East England 47.4% 52.6% [18]
South Northamptonshire Andrea Leadsom Leave 43.4% East Midlands 47.4% 52.6% [18]
Upper Bann David Simpson Leave 4.8% Northern Ireland 47.4% 52.6%
Meon Valley George Hollingbery Remain 46.2% South East England 47.1% 52.9% [18]
Milton Keynes South Iain Stewart Leave 14.7% South East England 47.1% 52.9% [18]
Taunton Deane Rebecca Pow Remain 26.8% South West England 47.1% 52.9%
Shrewsbury and Atcham Daniel Kawczynski Leave 17.7% West Midlands 47.0% 53.0% [18]
Newport West Paul Flynn Remain 8.7% Wales 47.0% 53.0% [18]
Skipton and Ripon Julian Smith Remain 38.1% Yorkshire and the Humber 47.0% 53.0% [18]
Lagan Valley Jeffrey Donaldson Leave 32.7% Northern Ireland 46.9% 53.1%
Leicester East Keith Vaz Remain 38.2% East Midlands 46.9% 53.1% [18]
Bracknell Phillip Lee Remain 38.9% South East England 46.8% 53.2% [18]
Calder Valley Craig Whittaker Remain 8.3% Yorkshire and the Humber 46.8% 53.2% [20]
Huntingdon Jonathan Djanogly Remain 34.7% East of England 46.8% 53.2% [18]
North East Bedfordshire Alistair Burt Remain 43.7% East of England 46.8% 53.2% [18]
Aberconwy Guto Bebb Remain 13.3% Wales 46.7% 53.3% [18]
Keighley Kris Hopkins Remain 6.2% Yorkshire and the Humber 46.7% 53.3% [20]
Solihull Julian Knight Remain 23.6% West Midlands 46.7% 53.3% [20]
Thornbury and Yate Luke Hall Remain 3.1% South West England 46.7% 53.3% [18]
Wells James Heappey Remain 13.3% South West England 46.6% 53.4% [18]
Bournemouth East Tobias Ellwood Remain 32.6% South West England 46.5% 53.5% [18]
Basingstoke Maria Miller Remain 20.8% South East England 46.4% 53.6% [18]
Bury North David Nuttall Leave 0.8% North West England 46.4% 53.6% [18]
East Worthing and Shoreham Tim Loughton Leave 30.0% South East England 46.4% 53.6% [18]
Salford and Eccles Rebecca Long-Bailey Remain 29.0% North West England 46.4% 53.6% [36]
Blackburn Kate Hollern Remain 29.0% North West England 46.3% 53.7% [20]
Bury St Edmunds Jo Churchill Remain 35.9% East of England 46.3% 53.7% [18]
Carmarthen East and Dinefwr Jonathan Edwards Remain 14.2% Wales 46.3% 53.7% [18]
Derby North Amanda Solloway Remain 0.1% East Midlands 46.3% 53.7% [18]
Tewkesbury Laurence Robertson Leave 39.7% South West England 46.3% 53.7% [18]
Worcester Robin Walker Remain 11.4% West Midlands 46.3% 53.7% [20]
Liverpool Walton Steve Rotheram Remain 72.3% North West England 46.2% 53.8% [18]
Sevenoaks Michael Fallon Remain 39.0% South East England 46.2% 53.8% [18]
Rutland and Melton Alan Duncan Remain 39.8% East Midlands 46.1% 53.9% [18]
Slough Fiona Mactaggart Remain 15.2% South East England 46.1% 53.9%
Banff and Buchan Eilidh Whiteford Remain 31.4% Scotland 46.0% 54.0% [18]
Broadland Keith Simpson Remain 31.7% East of England 46.0% 54.0% [18]
Eastleigh Mims Davies Leave 16.5% South East England 46.0% 54.0% [18]
Totnes Sarah Wollaston Remain 38.8% South West England 46.0% 54.0% [18]
Wyre and Preston North Ben Wallace Remain 28.4% North West England 46.0% 54.0% [18]
East Surrey Sam Gyimah Remain 40.4% South East England 45.9% 54.1% [18]
South Suffolk James Cartlidge Remain 33.8% East of England 45.9% 54.1% [18]
Neath Christina Rees Remain 25.7% Wales 45.8% 54.2% [18]
St Ives Derek Thomas Leave 5.1% South West England 45.8% 54.2% [34]
Erith and Thamesmead Teresa Pearce Remain 22.4% Greater London 45.7% 54.3% [18]
Central Suffolk and North Ipswich Dan Poulter Remain 37.2% East of England 45.6% 54.4% [18]
Plymouth Sutton and Devonport Oliver Colvile Remain 1.1% South West England 45.6% 54.4% [37]
Bury South Ivan Lewis Remain 10.4% North West England 45.5% 54.5% [18]
North West Hampshire Kit Malthouse Leave 43.4% South East England 45.5% 54.5% [18]
Richmond (Yorks) Rishi Sunak Leave 36.2% Yorkshire and the Humber 45.4% 54.6% [18]
Wolverhampton South West Rob Marris Remain 2.0% West Midlands 45.6% 54.6% [38]
Delyn David Hanson Remain 7.8% Wales 45.3% 54.7% [18]
Bootle Peter Dowd Remain 63.6% North West England 45.2% 54.8% [18]
Leeds West Rachel Reeves Remain 27.9% Yorkshire and the Humber 45.1% 54.9% [20]
North West Durham Pat Glass Remain 23.5% North East England 45.1% 54.9% [20]
West Lancashire Rosie Cooper Remain 16.8% North West England 45.1% 54.9% [18]
Southend West David Amess Leave 31.5% East of England 45.0% 55.0% [20]
Caerphilly Wayne David Remain 25.0% Wales 44.9% 55.1% [18]
Hemel Hempstead Mike Penning Leave 29.1% East of England 44.9% 55.1% [18]
Bradford East Imran Hussain Remain 17.1% Yorkshire and the Humber 44.8% 55.2% [20]
East Antrim Sammy Wilson Leave 17.3% Northern Ireland 44.8% 55.2%
South West Devon Gary Streeter Remain 39.9% South West England 44.8% 55.2% [18]
Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire Simon Hart Remain 15.0% Wales 44.7% 55.3% [18]
Penrith and The Border Rory Stewart Remain 45.3% North West England 44.7% 55.3% [18]
Fareham Suella Fernandes Leave 40.7% South East England 44.6% 55.4% [18]
Bromsgrove Sajid Javid Remain 31.6% West Midlands 44.6% 55.4%
Haltemprice and Howden David Davis Leave 33.2% Yorkshire and the Humber 44.6% 55.4% [18]
Llanelli Nia Griffith Remain 18.4% Wales 44.6% 55.4% [18]
Luton South Gavin Shuker Remain 13.5% East of England 44.6% 55.4% [18]
Berwick-upon-Tweed Anne-Marie Trevelyan Leave 12.2% North East England 44.5% 55.5% [18]
Bolton West Chris Green Leave 1.6% North West England 44.5% 55.5% [18]
Strangford Jim Shannon Leave 30.0% Northern Ireland 44.5% 55.5%
Newark Robert Jenrick Remain 35.3% East Midlands 44.3% 55.7% [18]
Preseli Pembrokeshire Stephen Crabb Remain 12.3% Wales 44.3% 55.7% [18]
New Forest West Desmond Swayne Leave 43.5% South East England 44.2% 55.8% [18]
Maidstone and The Weald Helen Grant Remain 21.4% South East England 44.2% 55.8% [18]
Suffolk Coastal Therese Coffey Remain 33.9% East of England 44.2% 55.8% [18]
Feltham and Heston Seema Malhotra Remain 23.2% Greater London 44.1% 55.9% [32]
Montgomeryshire Glyn Davies Leave 15.8% Wales 44.1% 55.9% [18]
Vale of Clwyd James Davies Leave 0.7% Wales 44.1% 55.9% [18]
Gateshead Ian Mearns Remain 39.0% North East England 44.0% 56.0% [20]
Gedling Vernon Coaker Remain 6.2% East Midlands 43.9% 56.1% [18]
Newton Abbot Anne Marie Morris Leave 23.4% South West England 43.9% 56.1% [18]
St Helens South and Whiston Marie Rimmer Remain 43.9% North West England 43.9% 56.1% [18]
Wansbeck Ian Lavery Remain 28.2% North East England 43.9% 56.1% [18]
Worthing West Peter Bottomley Remain 33.2% South East England 43.9% 56.1% [18]
Hastings and Rye Amber Rudd Remain 9.4% South East England 43.8% 56.2% [18]
Blaydon David Anderson Remain 31.7% North East England 43.7% 56.3% [20]
Carshalton and Wallington Tom Brake Remain 3.2% Greater London 43.7% 56.3% [18]
Elmet and Rothwell Alec Shelbrooke Remain 14.7% Yorkshire and the Humber 43.7% 56.3% [18]
Uxbridge and South Ruislip Boris Johnson Leave 23.9% Greater London 43.7% 56.3% [18]
North Dorset Simon Hoare Remain 39.6% South West England 43.6% 56.4% [18]
Thirsk and Malton Kevin Hollinrake Remain 37.2% Yorkshire and the Humber 43.6% 56.4% [18]
Chorley Lindsay Hoyle Remain 8.8% North West England 43.5% 56.5% [18]
Fylde Mark Menzies Remain 30.4% North West England 43.5% 56.5% [18]
Ipswich Ben Gummer Remain 7.7% East of England 43.5% 56.5% [18]
Weston-super-Mare John Penrose Remain 29.7% South West England 43.4% 56.6% [18]
Barrow and Furness John Woodcock Remain 1.8% North West England 43.3% 56.7% [18]
Kingswood Chris Skidmore Remain 18.7% South West England 43.2% 56.8% [18]
Preston Mark Hendrick Remain 36.1% North West England 43.2% 56.8% [18]
South Ribble Seema Kennedy Remain 11.4% North West England 43.2% 56.8% [18]
Cynon Valley Ann Clwyd Remain 30.9% Wales 43.1% 56.9% [18]
North West Cambridgeshire Shailesh Vara Remain 32.4% East of England 43.1% 56.9% [18]
Poole Robert Syms Leave 33.3% South West England 43.1% 56.9% [18]
North Devon Peter Heaton-Jones Remain 13.3% South West England 43.0% 57.0%
Torridge and West Devon Geoffrey Cox Leave 32.5% South West England 43.0% 57.0% [18]
Newcastle upon Tyne North Catherine McKinnell Remain 22.6% North East England 42.9% 57.1% [20]
Stevenage Stephen McPartland Leave 10.4% East of England 42.9% 57.1% [18]
Dewsbury Paula Sherriff Remain 2.7% Yorkshire and the Humber 42.8% 57.2% [20]
Stafford Jeremy Lefroy Remain 18.8% West Midlands 42.8% 57.2% [18]
Lincoln Karl McCartney Leave 3.1% East Midlands 42.7% 57.3% [18]
Norwich North Chloe Smith Remain 10.2% East of England 42.7% 57.3% [18]
Wrexham Ian Lucas Remain 5.6% Wales 42.7% 57.3% [18]
North Swindon Justin Tomlinson Leave 22.6% South West England 42.6% 57.4% [18]
Lichfield Michael Fabricant Leave 35.3% West Midlands 42.5% 57.5% [18]
Orpington Jo Johnson Remain 40.7% Greater London 42.5% 57.5% [35]
Rochdale Simon Danczuk Remain 27.4% North West England 42.5% 57.5% [20]
Bexhill and Battle Huw Merriman Remain 36.4% South East England 42.4% 57.6% [18]
Eastbourne Caroline Ansell Leave 1.4% South East England 42.4% 57.6% [18]
Sheffield Heeley Louise Haigh Remain 30.8% Yorkshire and the Humber 42.4% 57.6% [20]
South West Wiltshire Andrew Murrison Leave 35.2% South West England 42.4% 57.6% [18]
Tiverton and Honiton Neil Parish Remain 37.5% South West England 42.4% 57.6% [18]
Selby and Ainsty Nigel Adams Leave 25.7% Yorkshire and the Humber 42.4% 57.6% [18]
Alyn and Deeside Mark Tami Remain 8.1% Wales 42.3% 57.7% [18]
Bolton North East David Crausby Remain 10.1% North West England 42.3% 57.7% [18]
Ellesmere Port and Neston Justin Madders Remain 13.4% North West England 42.3% 57.7% [18]
Bournemouth West Conor Burns Leave 29.7% South West England 42.2% 57.8% [18]
Halton Derek Twigg Remain 45.1% North West England 42.2% 57.8% [18]
Stockton South James Wharton Leave 9.7% North East England 42.2% 57.8% [18]
Mid Dorset and North Poole Michael Tomlinson Leave 22.6% South West England 42.1% 57.9% [18]
Darlington Jenny Chapman Remain 7.7% North East England 42.0% 58.0% [20]
Forest of Dean Mark Harper Remain 22.2% South West England 42.0% 58.0% [18]
Meriden Caroline Spelman Remain 35.7% West Midlands 42.0% 58.0% [20]
Stone Bill Cash Leave 34.6% West Midlands 42.0% 58.0% [18]
Aldershot Gerald Howarth Leave 32.3% South East England 41.8% 58.2% [39]
Charnwood Ed Argar Remain 32.4% East Midlands 41.8% 58.2% [18]
Faversham and Mid Kent Helen Whately Remain 36.4% South East England 41.8% 58.2% [18]
Luton North Kelvin Hopkins Leave 22.3% East of England 41.8% 58.2% [18]
North Herefordshire Bill Wiggin Leave 41.6% West Midlands 41.8% 58.2% [18]
North Norfolk Norman Lamb Remain 8.2% East of England 41.8% 58.2% [18]
South Leicestershire Alberto Costa Remain 31.2% East Midlands 41.8% 58.2% [18]
St Helens North Conor McGinn Remain 37.4% North West England 41.8% 58.2% [18]
The Wrekin Mark Pritchard Remain 23.6% West Midlands 41.8% 58.2% [18]
Rugby Mark Pawsey Remain 21.1% West Midlands 41.7% 58.3% [18]
South East Cornwall Sheryll Murray Leave 33.7% South West England 41.7% 58.3% [34]
Crawley Henry Smith Leave 13.4% South East England 41.6% 58.4%
Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney Gerald Jones Remain 35.2% Wales 41.6% 58.4% [18]
Ludlow Philip Dunne Remain 39.4% West Midlands 41.5% 58.5% [18]
Rossendale and Darwen Jake Berry Remain 11.5% North West England 41.5% 58.5% [18]
Coventry North West Geoffrey Robinson Remain 10.0% West Midlands 41.4% 58.6% [18]
Ribble Valley Nigel Evans Leave 26.0% North West England 41.4% 58.6% [18]
South West Bedfordshire Andrew Selous Remain 34.7% East of England 41.4% 58.6% [18]
Warrington North Helen Jones Remain 19.6% North West England 41.4% 58.6% [18]
Beverley and Holderness Graham Stuart Remain 23.2% Yorkshire and the Humber 41.3% 58.7% [18]
Daventry Chris Heaton-Harris Leave 40.1% East Midlands 41.3% 58.7% [18]
Halifax Holly Lynch Remain 1.0% Yorkshire and the Humber 41.2% 58.8% [20]
Islwyn Chris Evans Remain 29.4% Wales 45.3% 58.8% [18]
Gloucester Richard Graham Remain 13.8% South West England 41.1% 58.9% [20]
Mid Worcestershire Nigel Huddleston Remain 39.3% West Midlands 41.1% 58.9% [18]
Morecambe and Lunesdale David Morris Remain 10.6% North West England 41.1% 58.9% [18]
Sedgefield Phil Wilson Remain 17.7% North East England 41.1% 58.9% [20]
Crewe and Nantwich Edward Timpson Remain 7.3% North West England 41.0% 59.0% [18]
Coventry North East Colleen Fletcher Remain 29.1% West Midlands 40.8% 59.2% [18]
Yeovil Marcus Fysh Leave 9.3% South West England 40.8% 59.2% [18]
Chesterfield Toby Perkins Remain 29.8% East Midlands 40.7% 59.3% [18]
North Tyneside Mary Glindon Remain 36.7% North East England 40.7% 59.3% [20]
Stalybridge and Hyde Jonathan Reynolds Leave 16.3% North West England 40.7% 59.3% [20]
Hayes and Harlington John McDonnell Remain 34.8% Greater London 40.6% 59.4% [18]
North Shropshire Owen Paterson Leave 31.6% West Midlands 40.6% 59.4% [18]
South Dorset Richard Drax Leave 24.7% South West England 40.6% 59.4% [18]
New Forest East Julian Lewis Leave 38.8% South East England 40.5% 59.5% [18]
North Cornwall Scott Mann Leave 13.7% South West England 40.5% 59.5% [34]
Ashford Damian Green Remain 33.6% South East England 40.5% 59.5% [18]
Northampton South David Mackintosh Remain 9.8% East Midlands 40.4% 59.6% [18]
Morley and Outwood Andrea Jenkyns Leave 0.9% Yorkshire and the Humber 40.3% 59.7% [18]
Ogmore Chris Elmore Remain 36.4% Wales 40.3% 59.7% [18]
Blyth Valley Ronnie Campbell Leave 24.0% North East England 40.2% 59.8% [18]
Christchurch Christopher Chope Leave 36.7% South West England 40.2% 59.8% [18]
Copeland Trudy Harrison Remain 7.0% North West England 40.2% 59.8% [18]
Worsley and Eccles South Barbara Keeley Remain 14.1% North West England 40.2% 59.8% [36]
Aberavon Stephen Kinnock Remain 33.1% Wales 40.1% 59.9% [18]
Kingston upon Hull North Diana Johnson Remain 36.5% Yorkshire and the Humber 40.1% 59.9% [20]
Oldham East and Saddleworth Debbie Abrahams Remain 13.5% North West England 40.1% 59.9% [20]
Southampton Itchen Royston Smith Leave 5.2% South East England 40.1% 59.9% [18]
Sunderland Central Julie Elliott Remain 26.8% North East England 40.0% 60.0% [20]
Birmingham Yardley Jess Phillips Remain 16.0% West Midlands 39.9% 60.1% [26]
Corby Tom Pursglove Leave 4.3% East Midlands 39.9% 60.1% [18]
Hereford and South Herefordshire Jesse Norman Remain 35.7% West Midlands 39.9% 60.1% [18]
North Durham Kevan Jones Remain 34.0% North East England 39.9% 60.1% [20]
Clwyd South Susan Jones Remain 6.9% Wales 39.8% 60.2% [18]
Newport East Jessica Morden Remain 13.4% Wales 39.8% 60.2% [18]
Barking Margaret Hodge Remain 35.5% Greater London 39.7% 60.3% [18]
Batley and Spen Tracy Brabin Remain 81.0% Yorkshire and the Humber 39.7% 60.3% [20]
South Derbyshire Heather Wheeler Leave 22.6% East Midlands 39.7% 60.3% [18]
Spelthorne Kwasi Kwarteng Leave 28.8% South East England 39.7% 60.3%
Workington Sue Hayman Remain 12.2% North West England 39.7% 60.3% [18]
Carlisle John Stevenson Remain 6.5% North West England 39.6% 60.4% [18]
Rochford and Southend East James Duddridge Leave 21.7% East of England 39.6% 60.4% [18]
Mid Norfolk George Freeman Remain 33.1% East of England 39.5% 60.5% [18]
Bishop Auckland Helen Goodman Remain 8.9% North East England 39.4% 60.6% [20]
Northampton North Michael Ellis Remain 8.2% East Midlands 39.4% 60.6% [18]
Bosworth David Tredinnick Remain 20.5% East Midlands 39.3% 60.7% [18]
North West Leicestershire Andrew Bridgen Leave 22.1% East Midlands 39.3% 60.7%
Brentwood and Ongar Eric Pickles Remain 42.0% East of England 39.2% 60.8% [18]
Torfaen Nick Thomas-Symonds Remain 21.5% Wales 39.2% 60.8% [18]
Witham Priti Patel Leave 41.5% East of England 39.2% 60.8% [18]
Leeds East Richard Burgon Remain 32.8% Yorkshire and the Humber 39.1% 60.9% [20]
Denton and Reddish Andrew Gwynne Remain 27.2% North West England 39.0% 61.0% [20]
Epping Forest Eleanor Laing Unknown 36.4% East of England 39.0% 61.0% [18]
Grantham and Stamford Nick Boles Remain 35.3% East Midlands 39.0% 61.0% [18]
Harwich and North Essex Bernard Jenkin Leave 31.3% East of England 39.0% 61.0% [18]
Kettering Philip Hollobone Leave 26.7% East Midlands 39.0% 61.0%
Rhondda Chris Bryant Remain 23.6% Wales 38.8% 61.2% [18]
Maldon John Whittingdale Leave 45.9% East of England 38.7% 61.3% [18]
Penistone and Stocksbridge Angela Smith Remain 14.3% Yorkshire and the Humber 38.7% 61.3% [20]
Scarborough and Whitby Robert Goodwill Remain 13.0% Yorkshire and the Humber 38.7% 61.3% [18]
Braintree James Cleverly Leave 35.0% East of England 38.6% 61.4% [18]
Redditch Karen Lumley Leave 16.0% West Midlands 38.6% 61.4% [18]
Sheffield Brightside and Hillsborough Gill Furniss Remain 42.5% Yorkshire and the Humber 38.6% 61.4% [20]
Sleaford and North Hykeham Caroline Johnson Leave 40.0% East Midlands 38.5% 61.5% [18]
Derby South Margaret Beckett Remain 21.6% East Midlands 38.4% 61.6% [18]
Jarrow Stephen Hepburn Remain 36.0% North East England 38.4% 61.6% [20]
Newcastle-under-Lyme Paul Farrelly Remain 1.5% West Midlands 38.4% 61.6% [40]
South Thanet Craig Mackinlay Leave 5.7% South East England 38.4% 61.6% [18]
Walsall South Valerie Vaz Remain 14.4% West Midlands 38.4% 61.6% [40]
Ashton under Lyne Angela Rayner Remain 27.6% North West England 38.2% 61.8% [20]
Birmingham Northfield Richard Burden Remain 5.9% West Midlands 38.2% 61.8% [26]
Folkestone and Hythe Damian Collins Remain 25.1% South East England 38.2% 61.8% [18]
Warley John Spellar Remain 38.9% West Midlands 38.2% 61.8% [18]
Gosport Caroline Dinenage Remain 35.9% South East England 38.1% 61.9% [18]
Washington and Sunderland West Sharon Hodgson Remain 35.3% North East England 38.1% 61.9% [20]
Isle of Wight Andrew Turner Leave 19.5% South East England 38.1% 61.9%
Blaenau Gwent Nick Smith Remain 40.1% Wales 38.0% 62.0%
Gainsborough Edward Leigh Leave 31.4% East Midlands 38.0% 62.0% [18]
Swansea East Carolyn Harris Remain 35.8% Wales 38.0% 62.0% [18]
Bridgwater and West Somerset Ian Liddell-Grainger Leave 26.8% South West England 37.9% 62.1% [18]
North East Derbyshire Natascha Engel Remain 3.9% East Midlands 37.9% 62.1% [18]
Oldham West and Royton Jim McMahon Remain 34.2% North West England 37.9% 62.1% [20]
Peterborough Stewart Jackson Leave 4.1% East of England 37.9% 62.1% [41]
South Shields Emma Lewell-Buck Remain 29.3% North East England 37.9% 62.1% [42]
North Antrim Ian Paisley, Jr. Leave 27.6% Northern Ireland 37.8% 62.2%
Havant Alan Mak Remain 31.1% South East England 37.6% 62.4% [18]
Heywood and Middleton Liz McInnes Remain 10.9% North West England 37.6% 62.4% [20]
St Austell and Newquay Steve Double Leave 16.2% South West England 37.6% 62.4% [34]
Wakefield Mary Creagh Remain 6.1% Yorkshire and the Humber 37.4% 62.6% [20]
Houghton and Sunderland South Bridget Phillipson Remain 33.6% North East England 37.4% 62.6% [20]
Torbay Kevin Foster Remain 6.8% South West England 37.4% 62.6% [18]
Camborne and Redruth George Eustice Leave 15.3% South West England 37.3% 62.7% [34]
Wigan Lisa Nandy Remain 31.4% North West England 37.3% 62.7% [18]
Wellingborough Peter Bone Leave 32.5% East Midlands 37.1% 62.9% [18]
Birmingham Erdington Jack Dromey Remain 14.8% West Midlands 37.0% 63.0% [26]
Dover Charlie Elphicke Remain 12.5% South East England 36.8% 63.1% [18]
Old Bexley and Sidcup James Brokenshire Remain 33.8% Greater London 36.8% 63.1% [18]
Wyre Forest Mark Garnier Remain 26.0% West Midlands 36.9% 63.1% [20]
Pendle Andrew Stephenson Leave 12.3% North West England 36.8% 63.2%
West Suffolk Matthew Hancock Unknown 30.4% East of England 36.8% 63.2% [18]
Waveney Peter Aldous Remain 4.6% East of England 36.8% 63.2% [18]
East Yorkshire Greg Knight Leave 29.9% Yorkshire and the Humber 36.7% 63.3% [18]
Erewash Maggie Throup Remain 7.4% East Midlands 36.7% 63.3% [18]
Bolton South East Yasmin Qureshi Remain 26.8% North West England 36.6% 63.4% [18]
Leigh Andy Burnham Remain 31.2% North West England 36.6% 63.4% [18]
Bradford South Judith Cummins Remain 17.2% Yorkshire and the Humber 36.5% 63.5% [20]
Gillingham and Rainham Rehman Chishti Leave 22.4% South East England 36.5% 63.5% [20]
Portsmouth North Penny Mordaunt Leave 23.2% South East England 36.4% 63.6% [20]
Stourbridge Margot James Remain 14.5% West Midlands 36.4% 63.6% [20]
Rochester and Strood Kelly Tolhurst Remain 13.6% South East England 36.3% 63.7% [20]
Sherwood Mark Spencer Remain 9.2% East Midlands 36.3% 63.7% [18]
Nottingham North Graham Allen Remain 33.6% East Midlands 36.2% 63.8% [31]
Dartford Gareth Johnson Leave 23.6% South East England 36.0% 64.0% [18]
Bognor Regis and Littlehampton Nick Gibb Remain 29.6% South East England 35.8% 64.2% [18]
Staffordshire Moorlands Karen Bradley Remain 23.9% West Midlands 35.5% 64.5% [18]
Burton Andrew Griffiths Remain 22.8% West Midlands 35.4% 64.6% [18]
Chatham and Aylesford Tracey Crouch Unknown 26.6% South East England 35.3% 64.7% [18]
Nuneaton Marcus Jones Remain 10.7% West Midlands 35.3% 64.7% [18]
North Thanet Roger Gale Remain 23.3% South East England 35.1% 64.9% [18]
Bexleyheath and Crayford David Evennett Remain 21.3% Greater London 35.0% 65.0% [18]
Makerfield Yvonne Fovargue Remain 29.4% North West England 35.0% 65.0% [18]
Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland Tom Blenkinsop Remain 5.0% North East England 35.0% 65.0% [20]
Stoke-on-Trent Central Gareth Snell Remain 12.4% West Midlands 35.0% 65.0% [40]
South Staffordshire Gavin Williamson Remain 41.1% West Midlands 34.8% 65.2% [20]
Amber Valley Nigel Mills Leave 9.2% East Midlands 34.7% 65.3% [18]
Gravesham Adam Holloway Leave 16.7% South East England 34.6% 65.4%
Hyndburn Graham Jones Remain 10.3% North West England 34.3% 65.7% [18]
Sittingbourne and Sheppey Gordon Henderson Leave 24.6% South East England 34.3% 65.7% [18]
Broxbourne Charles Walker Leave 36.3% East of England 34.2% 65.8% [18]
Middlesbrough Andy McDonald Remain 38.1% North East England 34.0% 66.0% [20]
Tamworth Christopher Pincher Leave 24.0% West Midlands 34.0% 66.0% [18]
North West Norfolk Henry Bellingham Leave 29.4% East of England 33.9% 66.1% [18]
Brigg and Goole Andrew Percy Leave 25.8% Yorkshire and the Humber 33.8% 66.2% [18]
South West Norfolk Elizabeth Truss Remain 27.7% East of England 33.8% 66.2% [18]
Doncaster Central Rosie Winterton Remain 25.0% Yorkshire and the Humber 33.7% 66.3% [20]
Halesowen and Rowley Regis James Morris Remain 7.0% West Midlands 33.7% 66.3% [18]
Plymouth Moor View Johnny Mercer Remain 2.4% South West England 33.6% 66.4% [37]
Sheffield South East Clive Betts Remain 29.5% Yorkshire and the Humber 33.6% 66.4% [20]
Easington Grahame Morris Remain 42.3% North East England 33.5% 66.5% [20]
Stockton North Alex Cunningham Remain 21.1% North East England 33.5% 66.5% [20]
Burnley Julie Cooper Remain 8.2% North West England 33.4% 66.6%
Rother Valley Kevin Barron Remain 15.5% Yorkshire and the Humber 33.3% 66.7% [20]
Blackpool North and Cleveleys Paul Maynard Leave 8.5% North West England 33.2% 66.8% [18]
Basildon and Billericay John Baron Leave 29.0% East of England 33.1% 66.9% [18]
Telford Lucy Allan Leave 1.8% West Midlands 33.0% 67.0% [18]
Redcar Anna Turley Remain 25.4% North East England 32.5% 67.5% [20]
West Bromwich East Tom Watson Remain 25.3% West Midlands 32.5% 67.5% [18]
North Warwickshire Craig Tracey Leave 6.3% West Midlands 32.3% 67.7% [18]
Wolverhampton North East Emma Reynolds Remain 16.2% West Midlands 32.3% 67.7% [38]
Aldridge-Brownhills Wendy Morton Remain 29.7% West Midlands 32.2% 67.8% [40]
Blackpool South Gordon Marsden Remain 8.0% North West England 32.2% 67.8% [18]
Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle Alan Johnson Remain 29.3% Yorkshire and the Humber 32.2% 67.8% [20]
Rayleigh and Wickford Mark Francois Leave 32.4% East of England 32.2% 67.8% [18]
Harlow Robert Halfon Remain 18.9% East of England 32.0% 68.0% [18]
Hemsworth Jon Trickett Remain 28.5% Yorkshire and the Humber 31.9% 68.1% [20]
Wolverhampton South East Pat McFadden Remain 31.0% West Midlands 31.8% 68.2% [38]
Barnsley Central Dan Jarvis Remain 34.0% Yorkshire and the Humber 31.7% 68.3% [20]
Bassetlaw John Mann Leave 17.9% East Midlands 31.7% 68.3% [18]
Rotherham Sarah Champion Remain 22.3% Yorkshire and the Humber 31.7% 68.3% [20]
Cleethorpes Martin Vickers Leave 17.5% Yorkshire and the Humber 31.6% 68.4% [18]
Don Valley Caroline Flint Remain 20.9% Yorkshire and the Humber 31.5% 68.5% [20]
Cannock Chase Amanda Milling Remain 10.5% West Midlands 31.1% 68.9% [20]
Wentworth and Dearne John Healey Remain 32.0% Yorkshire and the Humber 31.1% 68.9% [20]
Scunthorpe Nic Dakin Remain 8.5% Yorkshire and the Humber 31.0% 69.0% [20]
West Bromwich West Adrian Bailey Remain 22.1% West Midlands 30.9% 69.1% [18]
Romford Andrew Rosindell Leave 28.2% Greater London 30.8% 69.2% [20]
Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford Yvette Cooper Remain 33.6% Yorkshire and the Humber 30.7% 69.3% [20]
Hornchurch and Upminster Angela Watkinson Remain 23.7% Greater London 30.6% 69.4% [20]
Louth and Horncastle Victoria Atkins Remain 29.8% East Midlands 30.6% 69.4% [18]
North East Cambridgeshire Stephen Barclay Leave 32.6% East of England 30.6% 69.4% [18]
Hartlepool Iain Wright Remain 7.7% North East England 30.4% 69.6%
Dagenham and Rainham Jon Cruddas Remain 11.6% Greater London 30.1% 69.9% [18]
Clacton Douglas Carswell Leave 7.8% East of England 30.0% 70.0% [18]
Bolsover Dennis Skinner Leave 26.8% East Midlands 29.8% 70.2% [18]
Thurrock Jackie Doyle-Price Remain 1.1% East of England 29.8% 70.2% [18]
Dudley South Mike Wood Leave 11.2% West Midlands 29.6% 70.4% [20]
Ashfield Gloria De Piero Remain 18.6% East Midlands 29.5% 70.5% [18]
Barnsley East Michael Dugher Remain 31.2% Yorkshire and the Humber 29.3% 70.7% [20]
Stoke-on-Trent South Robert Flello Remain 6.5% West Midlands 29.2% 70.8% [40]
Mansfield Alan Meale Remain 11.3% East Midlands 29.1% 70.9% [20]
South Holland and the Deepings John Hayes Leave 37.7% East Midlands 28.9% 71.1% [18]
Dudley North Ian Austin Remain 11.0% West Midlands 28.6% 71.4% [20]
Great Grimsby Melanie Onn Remain 13.5% Yorkshire and the Humber 28.6% 71.4% [20]
Great Yarmouth Brandon Lewis Remain 13.8% East of England 28.5% 71.5%
Doncaster North Ed Miliband Remain 29.8% Yorkshire and the Humber 28.0% 72.0% [20]
Stoke-on-Trent North Ruth Smeeth Remain 12.5% West Midlands 27.9% 72.1% [40]
Kingston upon Hull East Karl Turner Remain 29.4% Yorkshire and the Humber 27.4% 72.6% [20]
Castle Point Rebecca Harris Leave 19.7% East of England 27.3% 72.7%
South Basildon and East Thurrock Stephen Metcalfe Leave 16.9% East of England 27.0% 73.0% [18]
Walsall North David Winnick Remain 5.2% West Midlands 25.8% 74.2% [40]
Boston and Skegness Matt Warman Remain 10.0% East Midlands 25.1% 74.9% [18]

Most Leave areas[edit]

The following were the ten voting areas that voted most heavily in favour of leave. All but one of them came from the East Midlands and East of England regions with four voting areas out of the top ten including both the top two coming from Lincolnshire.

Ranking Voting Area Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes Region
Remain Leave Remain Leave
1 Boston 77.2% 7,430 22,974 24.4% 75.6% East Midlands
2 South Holland 75.3% 13,074 36,423 26.4% 73.6% East Midlands
3 Castle Point 75.3% 14,154 37,691 27.3% 72.7% East of England
4 Thurrock 72.7% 22,151 57,765 27.7% 72.3% East of England
5 Great Yarmouth 69.0% 14,284 35,844 28.5% 71.5% East of England
6 Fenland 73.7% 15,055 37,571 28.6% 71.4% East of England
7 Mansfield 72.6% 16,417 39,927 29.1% 70.9% East Midlands
8 Bolsover 72.3% 12,242 29,730 29.2% 70.8% East Midlands
9 East Lindsey 74.9% 23,515 56,613 29.3% 70.7% East Midlands
10 North East Lincolnshire 67.9% 23,797 55,185 30.1% 69.9% Yorkshire and the Humber

Most Remain areas[edit]

The following were the ten voting areas that voted most heavily in favour of remain. All but three of them came from the Greater London region.

Ranking Voting Area Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes Region
Remain Leave Remain Leave
1 Gibraltar 83.5% 19,322 823 95.9% 4.1% South West England
2 Lambeth 67.3% 111,584 30,340 78.6% 21.4% Greater London
3 Hackney 65.1% 83,398 22,868 78.5% 21.5% Greater London
4 Foyle 57.4% 32,064 8,905 78.3% 21.7% Northern Ireland
5 Haringey 70.5% 79,991 25,855 75.6% 24.4% Greater London
6 City of London 73.5% 3,312 1,087 75.3% 24.7% Greater London
7 Islington 70.3% 76,420 25,180 75.2% 24.8% Greater London
8 Wandsworth 71.9% 118,463 39,421 75.0% 25.0% Greater London
9 Camden 65.4% 71,295 23,838 74.9% 25.1% Greater London
10 City of Edinburgh 72.9% 187,796 64,498 74.4% 25.6% Scotland

Most evenly divided areas[edit]

The narrowest margin of victory for any of the 382 voting areas in the United Kingdom was the Scottish council of Moray which voted by just 122 votes or 0.25% margin in favour of "Remain".

In England the narrowest margin of victory for leave was in Watford which voted by just 252 votes or 0.54% margin in favour of "Leave" and in Cherwell which also voted by just 500 votes or 0.61% margin in favour of "Leave" and the narrowest margin of victory for remain was the London Borough of Bromley which voted by just 2,364 votes or a 1.30% margin in favour of "Remain".

Narrowest Leave vote[edit]

Voting Area Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes Region Majority
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Watford 71.6% 23,167 23,419 49.7% 50.3% East of England 252

Narrowest Remain vote[edit]

Voting Area Voter turnout,
of eligible
Votes Proportion of votes Region Majority
Remain Leave Remain Leave
Moray 67.4% 24,114 23,992 50.1% 49.9% Scotland 122

Turnout by age group[edit]

After the referendum, the annual British Social Attitudes survey questioned the public on their participation. Interviewing was mainly carried out between July and October 2016 and respondents were subdivided into three age groups (18-34, 35-64 and >65).[43] The survey revealed that turnout was higher in the older age groups, and was 64%, 80% and 89% respectively. The age disparity had also been a feature of previous elections and referenda. However, compared to the previous referendum in 2011, the young voters' turnout in 2016 had increased sharply by 31%, while turnout by the two older age categories had also increased, but only by 26% and 21%.

See also[edit]

Comparison of results in 1975 and 2016 referendums

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Vote totals for Belfast are based on the returns from the four parliamentary constituencies in Belfast. These include areas in districts outside the City of Belfast

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