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UK-Elect Quick Summary of May 2005 General Election (Coloured by "Most Significant Swing To"):

This forecast shows a summary of the May 5th 2005 General Election, coloured by party colour, and adjusted by the size of "swing to" -the more pronounced (less faded) the party colour, the greater the swing to that party (see also the other options above, e.g. click on the Swing From or 2nd Place Lead  links, and compare with the June 2001 election).

Party Seats Vote %
Labour 355 35.19
Conservative 197 32.33
Liberal Democrat 62 22.05
DUP 9 0.89
Scottish National Party 6 1.51
Sinn Fein 5 0.64
Plaid Cymru 3 0.64
SDLP 3 0.46
Independent 1 0.55
UUP 1 0.46
Respect 1 0.25
Richard Taylor, KHHC 1 0.06
Michael Martin, Speaker 1 0.05
UK Independence Party - 2.24
Green - 1.04
Lab Maj (Excl Speaker) 67 -
South West England Scotland  
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Notes: The 2005 General Election was held on May 5th 2005. The House of Commons speaker, Michael Martin, is not included in the Labour total although he belongs to that party. All percentages are expressed as a proportion of the overall UK total.

 
 
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