Referendum results for United Kingdom
The 'I want a Referendum' campaign held 10 referendums in marginal constituencies across the UK this week.
The Politics Show has the exclusive results. Read them all here.
Everyone on the publicly available register of electors for each of the constituencies was sent a ballot pack.
A further 5,000 or so people not on this register but eligible to vote requested and were sent papers.
The 'I want a Referendum campaign' calculated the overall turnout based on all returned ballots as a percentage of all those on the public register.
Note: not every voter on the register of electors is willing to have their details on the publicly available register.
Within these ten constituencies, the difference between the number of voters on the publicly available register and those on the closed register can be as little as 16% (Gedling) or as high as 62% (Hammersmith).
The 'I want a Referendum' campaign commissioned Electoral Reform Services, the ballot administration arm of the independent Electoral Reform Society, to organise the poll.
Read the pro, con and Electoral Reform statements here.
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