Who Won What When and Where?

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                Antrim East Antrim East Belfast East Belfast East Londonderry Foyle Foyle Lagan Valley Mid-Ulster North Antrim North Antrim Newry & Armagh North Belfast North Belfast North Down North Down South Antrim South Belfast South Belfast South
                  Down Strangford Upper Bann West Belfast West Belfast West Tyrone

Latest news: 2014 European Parliament election page is fully updated, as are the pages for nineof the eleven new councils: Antrim & Newtownabbey, Armagh, Banbridge & Craigavon, Causeway Coast & Glens, Derry & Strabane, Fermanagh & Omagh, Lisburn & Castlereagh, Mid & East Antrim and Mid-Ulster, and Newry, Mourne & Down. I continue to work on the remaining two, though we do at least have maps and candidate lists: Belfast City and North Down & Ards.

The clickable map, and the links at the end of this paragraph, will take you to a full set of election results since 1996 for the 18 constituencies (ie electoral districts) used for elections to the Northern Ireland Assembly and to the House of Commons at Westminster. The current boundaries were first used for the Westminster election of 2010. The 18 constituencies are East Belfast, North Belfast, South Belfast, West Belfast, East Antrim, North Antrim, South Antrim, North Down, South Down, Fermanagh and South Tyrone, Foyle, Lagan Valley, East Londonderry, Mid Ulster, Newry and Armagh, Strangford, West Tyrone, and Upper Bann. (See the map to the right, drawn by Conal Kelly.)

Thanks to the generosity of the McDougall Trust, and the support of the Centre for Data Digitsation and Analysis at QUB, the Northern Ireland Elections site is now able to offer Excel spreadsheets covering every count of every full election in Northern Ireland since 1973.

On this site you will find information about elections in Northern Ireland since 1885, with particular information about the elections held in 2011 (Assembly), 2011 (local government), 2010 (Westminster), 2009 (European Parliament), 2007 (Assembly), 2005 (Westminster), 2005 (local government), 2004 (European Parliament), 2003 (Assembly), 2001 (Westminster), 2001 (local government), 2000 (South Antrim by-election), 1999 (European Parliament), 1998 (Assembly), 1997 (local government), 1997 (Westminster), 1996 (Forum/talks), 1995 (North Down by-election), 1994 (European Parliament), 1993 (local government), 1992 (Westminster), 1989 (European Parliament), 1989 (local government), 1987 (Westminster), 1986 (15 by-elections), 1985 (local government), 1984 (European Parliament), 1983 (Westminster), 1982 (Assembly), 1981 (local government), 1979 (European Parliament), 1979 (Westminster), 1977 (local government), 1975 (Convention), October 1974 Westminster), February 1974 (Westminster), 1973 (Assembly), 1973 (local government), and the Westminster elections of 1970, 1966, 1964, 1959, 1955, 1951, and 1950, with details also of the referendums held in 1998 and the 1970s.

On the Site Map page you will find links to more information, including descriptions of the political parties, some historical pieces, and my selection of useful books and links.

2014 European Election Results Summary

The 3 European Parliament seats

  DUP UUP Others SDLP Sinn Fein
Seats won (2014) 1 1 0 0 1
Vote share (2014) 20.9% 13.3% 27.3% 13.0% 25.5%

Seats won (2009) 1 1 0 0 1
Vote share (2009) 18.1% 17.0% 22.2% 16.1% 25.8%

2014 Local Government Election Results Summary

The 26 former District Councils

  DUP UUP Alliance Others SDLP Sinn Fein
Seats won (2014) 130 88
32
41
66
105
Vote share (2014) 28.1% 16.7% 6.9% 8.6% 14.5% 22.7%

Seats won (2011) 175 99
44
39
87
138
Notional seats won on 2014 boundaries (2011) 145 77
34
24
67
115
Vote share (2011) 27.2% 15.2% 7.4% 10.4% 15.0% 24.8%

Full results from 2011, 2005, 2001, 1997 and 1993 are available on each individual council's page: Antrim | Ards | Armagh | Ballymena | Ballymoney | Banbridge | Belfast | Carrickfergus | Castlereagh | Coleraine | Cookstown | Craigavon | Derry | Down | Dungannon | Fermanagh | Larne | Limavady | Lisburn | Magherafelt | Moyle | Newry and Mourne | Newtownabbey | North Down | Omagh | Strabane

Working to complete the results for the new councils:
Antrim & Newtownabbey, Armagh, Banbridge & Craigavon, Causeway Coast & Glens, Derry & Strabane, Fermanagh & Omagh, Lisburn & Castlereagh, Mid & East Antrim, Mid-Ulster, and Newry, Mourne & Down are done, Belfast City and North Down & Ards coming soon.

2011 Assembly Election Results Summary

The 108 Assembly seats

  DUP UUP Alliance Others SDLP Sinn Fein
Seats won (2011) 38 16 8
3 14 29
Vote share (2011) 30.0% 13.2% 7.7% 7.9% 14.2% 26.9%

Seats won (2007) 36 18 7 3 16 28
Vote share (2007) 30.1% 14.9% 5.2% 8.0% 15.2% 26.2%

2010 Election Results Summary

The 18 Westminster seats

  DUP UUP Alliance Others SDLP Sinn Fein
Seats won (2010) 8 0 1 1 3 5
Vote share (2010) 25.0% 15.2% 6.3% 11.5% 16.5%

25.5%


Seats won (2005) 9 1 0 0 3 5
Vote share (2005) 33.7% 17.7% 3.9% 2.9% 17.5% 24.3%


This web-page was first published on 3 June 1998



Disclaimer: Nicholas Whyte 1998-2010 Last Updated on Monday, 13 June 2013