Real results:  the results we never see

Image - key to the results images.

What really happens in UK General elections?

Example results from 2010 across the UK showed:

●  the diversity of results in different areas,

●  the power of non-voters to change almost every result,

●  their power to deliver the biggest protest in UK history.

Anything is possible if we all either Vote, or Vote NONE.

Registered voters who didn't vote are shown in white.

(As ukip won no seats in 2010, we show their two 2014 by-election wins, with Clacton 2010 for comparison.)

Results from

(These 18 results are from across Great Britain.  They do not include Northern Ireland because the parties are different: there, 42% didn't vote in 2010.)

Calculation example:

In 2010, the Conservatives nationally received 36.1% of the votes on a 65.1% turnout.  That is equal to 23.5% of registered voters.  (0.361 x 0.651 = 0.235).

Calculate the real 2015 election results for your constituency

Find out your MP and constituency by entering your postcode here.

The 2015 election results for your own constituency (% votes and % turnout) are here.

Use this Microsoft Excel file to produce a pie chart image.  (It includes instructions.  Just make sure you input all the figures, and check them afterwards.) Election results calculator

Don't be silent.
Vote for a candidate who you trust
to work hard for things you believe in,
or vote NONE in protest.

This page shows UK General election results from 2010. It includes examples of safe seats, marginal seats and target seats from each of the parties. The Green Party. Brighton Pavillion. Norwich South. Liverpool Riverside. Liberal Democrat. Twickenham. Manchester Withington. Cardiff Central. Scottish National Party. Banff and Buchan. Dundee East. Plaid Cymru Dwyfor Meirionnydd. UKIP. Clacton in 2010 and in 2014 by-election. Rochester Strood. Labour Party. Edinburgh South West. Swansea East. Manchester Central. The Conservative Party. Kensington. Oxford West and Abingdon. Lancaster and Fleetwood.