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UK-Elect Quick Summary of April 1992 General Election (Coloured by "Most Significant Swing To"):

Party Seats Vote %
Conservative 336 41.93
Labour 271 34.39
Liberal Democrat 20 17.84
Ulster Unionist 9 0.80
SDLP 4 0.54
Plaid Cymru 4 0.45
Scottish National Party 3 1.87
DUP 3 0.30
UPU 1 0.05
 
 
 

Notes: Election was held on April 9th 1992. Conservative Overall Majority was 21. All percentages are expressed as a proportion of the overall UK total. "Most Significant Swing To" indicates the party to which there was the most "significant" swing in April 1992, compared to the previous (June 1987) General Election. This is usually the first or second placed party, and typically indicates the top party that gained the most (or lost the least) votes, or the party which gained the seat. The more pronounced (less faded) the party colour, the greater the swing to that party.

 

 

 
 
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