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European Elections 2009

Summary of poll result 2009

Party/description Votes counted % vote
British National Party 120,139 9.80
Christian Party 'Proclaiming Christ's Lordship' 16,742 1.37
Conservative Party 299,802 24.45
English Democrats Party 31,287 2.55
Jury Team 7,181 0.59
Liberal Democrats 161,552 13.18
No2EU: Yes to Democracy 15,614 1.27
Pro Democracy: Libertas.eu 6,268 0.51
Socialist Labour Party 19,380 1.58
The Green Party 104,456 8.52
The Labour Party 230,009 18.76
United Kingdom Independence Party 213,750 17.43

1,226,180

100


Summary of Kingston upon Hull poll result 2009

Party/description Votes counted % vote
British National Party 3,715 10.06
Christian Party 'Proclaiming Christ's Lordship' 450 1.22
Conservative Party 4,275 11.57
English Democrats Party 1,017 2.75
Jury Team 149 0.40
Liberal Democrats 7,043 19.06
No2EU: Yes to Democracy 701 1.90
Pro Democracy: Libertas.eu 213 0.58
Socialist Labour Party 809 2.19
The Green Party 2,861 7.74
The Labour Party 7,799 21.11
United Kingdom Independence Party 7,913 21.42

36,945

100


Result schedule 2009

Total vote: 1,226,180

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Seat
1
120,139 16,742 (w) 299,802 31,287 7,181 161,552 15,614 6,268 19,380 104,456 230,009 213,750
Seat
2
120,139 16,742 149,901 31,287 7,181 161,552 15,614 6,268 19,380 104,456 (w) 230,009 213,750
Seat
3
120,139 16,742 149,901 31,287 7,181 161,552 15,614 6,268 19,380 104,456 115,005 (w) 213,750
Seat
4
120,139 16,742 149,901 31,287 7,181 (w) 161,552 15,614 6,268 19,380 104,456 115,005 106,875
Seat
5
120,139 16,742 (w) 149,901 31,287 7,181 80,776 15,614 6,268 19,380 104,456 115,005 106,875
Seat
6

(w) 120,139

16,742 99,934 31,287 7,181 80,776 15,614 6,268 19,380 104,456 115,005 106,875

Seats
won

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Key:

1 - British National Party
2 - Christian Party 'Proclaiming Christ's Lordship'
3 - Conservative Party
4 - English Democrats Party
5 - Jury Team
6 - Liberal Democrats
7 - No2EU: Yes to Democracy
8 - Pro Democracy: Libertas.eu
9 - Socialist Labour Party
10 - The Green Party
11 - The Labour Party
12 - United Kingdom Independence Party
(w) - won

Seat 1 - Edward Hugh Christian McMillan-Scott (Conservatives)
Seat 2 - Linda McAvan (Labour)
Seat 3 - Godfrey William Bloom (UKIP)
Seat 4 - Diana Paulette Wallis (Liberal Democrats)*
Seat 5 - Timothy John Robert Kirkhope (Conservatives)
Seat 6 - Andrew Henry William Brons (BNP)

* Please note - Rebecca Taylor has been selected by the Liberal Democrats to represent the Yorkshire and Humber area following the resignation of Diana Wallis. You can download the declaration of return as a member of the Eurpoean parliament below.



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