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Results of 1975 European Community (Common Market) Referendum as Pie Charts Results of 1975 European Community (Common Market) Referendum as Scaled Pie Charts
Topical historical map - 1975 EC Referendum: Maps showing the results of the 1975 European Community (Common Market) Referendum. The left map shows the voyes for Yes and No as simplepie charts (green for yes), and the right map the same figures but with pie charts adjusted by the number of people voting.

How UK is changing - most significant 'swing to' in May 2015 General Election How UK is changing - most significant 'swing from' in May 2015 General Election
How the UK is changing: Maps showing the most significant swing in May 2015 General Election. The left map shows the party gaining in the swing (e.g. yellow would indicate the SNP improving their position), and the right map the most significant underperforming party (e.g. red would indicate a swing against the Labour party) Note the SNP Vs Lab, Con Vs UKIP, and Lib. Dem. Vs Conservative battles.

Traditional marginals: party in 2nd place in 2010 where less than 10% behind winner Actual gains made at the May 2015 UK General Election
Maps allowing comparison between "traditional" marginals (those where one party was less than 10% behind another in 2010) and the gains actually made in 2015. The left map shows the party in second place in the "traditional" marginals whereas the right map shows the party that actually gained each seat that changed hands - there is a remarkable difference. It seems the current situation we are in is very unusual.

For the very latest General Election 2015 maps see Latest UK-Elect detailed forecast (with maps)

See also the 2015 General Election results, statistics, graphics and maps:
Constituencies: UK   Scotland   Scotland (by maj)   Wales   London
Percentages: Main Party Percentages In Every Constituency
Maps: UK   UK (With Gains)   Scotland   Wales   London   E England   SW England   SE England   NW England   NE England   West Midlands   East Midlands   Yorks and Humberside   Gains   Losses   Swing To   Swing From   2nd

Additional UK-Elect generated maps and screenshots (Click to enlarge)
UK 2015 General Election - Wales UK 2015 General Election - Scotland UK 2015 General Election - London
UK 2015 General Election - South West England UK 2015 General Election - South East England UK General Election Losses
UK 2015 General Election - North West England UK 2015 General Election - North East England UK 2015 General Election - 2nd Place
UK 2015 General Election - West Midlands UK 2015 General Election - East Midlands UK 2015 General Election - Yorkshire and Humberside
UK 2015 General Election - Coloured by most significant 'Swing To' percentage UK 2015 General Election - Coloured by most significant 'Swing From' percentage UK 2015 General Election - UK with Gains
Screenshot - start of a guided forecast Screenshot - Scottish constituencies Screenshot - configuring gains
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A selection of recent election maps created by UK-Elect
Yorkshire and Humberside in 2010 - Coloured by Most Signficant Swings To and with Seats Gained shown General Election 2010 South West England Pie Charts Scottish Constituencies in 2010 compared to 1992 - Seats Gained Conservative Percentage Increases at General Election 2010
General Election 2010 as Pie Charts Showing MPs standing again and gains/losses in 2010 Colour mix chart of England showing relative Lab/Con/LD percentages at General Election 2010 If the GE was a by-election - forecast using 2010/2014 by-election percentages
Liberal Democrat Vs Conservative percentages 2010 Relative Green percentages at General Election 2010 General Election forecast based on Rochester & Strood by-election UKIP Vs Green Percentages General Election 2010
General Election 2010 - Swings to a party General Election 2010 - Swings from a party Relative UKIP percentages at General Election 2010 Less than 10% majority at GE 2010 - Party in 2nd place
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