Elections 2009

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European Election 2009: East of England

MEP Seats

SEATS: 7 TURNOUT: 1,603,340 ELECTORATE: 4,252,669
  Votes MEPs
Party Total % Total +/-
Conservative 500,331 31.2
(+0.4)
3 0
UK Independence Party 313,921 19.6
(+0.0)
2 0
Liberal Democrats 221,235 13.8
(-0.2)
1 0
Labour 167,833 10.5
(-5.8)
1 0
Green Party 141,016 8.8
(+3.2)
0 0
British National Party 97,013 6.1
(+1.7)
0 0
United Kingdom First 38,185 2.4
(+2.4)
0 0
English Democrats 32,211 2.0
(+0.2)
0 0
Christian Party "Proclaiming Christ's Lordship" 24,646 1.5
(+1.5)
0 0
No2EU - Yes to Democracy 13,939 0.9
(+0.9)
0 0
Socialist Labour Party 13,599 0.8
(+0.8)
0 0
Animals Count 13,201 0.8
(+0.8)
0 0
Libertas 9,940 0.6
(+0.6)
0 0
Independent - Peter Rigby 9,916 0.6
(+0.6)
0 0
Jury Team 6,354 0.4
(+0.4)
0 0

Conservative - 3 SEATS (CHANGE: 0)

  • Elected Members
  • Geoffrey Van Orden
  • Robert Sturdy
  • Vicky Ford

UK Independence Party - 2 SEATS (CHANGE: 0)

  • Elected Members
  • David Campbell Bannerman
  • John Agnew

Liberal Democrats - 1 SEATS (CHANGE: 0)

  • Elected Members
  • Andrew Duff

Labour - 1 SEATS (CHANGE: 0)

  • Elected Members
  • Richard Howitt
After 7 of 7 seats declared.


EUROPEAN ELECTION RESULTS

MEP Seats

  Votes MEPs
Party % +/- % Total +/-
EPP 33.4 -1.4 264 -18
Socialists 23.2 -4.1 183 -26
Liberal 11.0 +1.6 84 +5
Green 7.4 +1.3 50 +9
Left 5.3 -0.6 34 -2
UEN 3.4 +1.6 28 +2
Ind/Dem 2.7 -1.8 21 -15
No Group 13.6 +3.4 72 +3.4
0 of 27 countries declared.

UK Total MEP Seats

Party Votes MEPs
% +/- % Total +/-
CON 27.7 1.0 *26 1
UKIP 16.5 0.3 13 1
LAB 15.7 -6.9 13 -5
LD 13.7 -1.2 11 1
GRN 8.6 2.4 2 0
BNP 6.2 1.3 2 2
SNP 2.1 0.7 2 0
PC 0.8 -0.1 1 0
OTH 8.5 2.4 0 0
SF 1 0
DUP 1 0
72 of 72 seats declared. Vote share figures exclude Northern Ireland as it has a separate electoral system to the rest of the UK
* Includes UCUNF MEP elected in Northern Ireland
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