Mid Ulster

Details of each count in 2003 election

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Map by Conal Kelly

See also results of all Mid-Ulster elections 1993-2010 and full counts from 1998 and 2007. Spreadsheet for 2003 here.




Surplus McCrea Surplus McGuinness Exclude Holmes, Donnelly, Groogan Surplus Dougan
William McCrea DUP 8211 -1873 6338 0 6338 0 6338 0 6338
Martin McGuinness SF 8128 0 8128 -1790 6338 0 6338 0 6338
Francis Molloy SF 5255 0.44 5255.44 1121.78 6377.22 0 6377.22 0 6377.22
Geraldine Dougan SF 5827 0.22 5827.22 171.16 5998.38 918 6916.38 -578.38 6338
Billy Armstrong UUP 4323 138.6 4461.6 0.22 4461.82 47.42 4509.24 5 4514.24
Patsy McGlone SDLP 4295 5.06 4300.06 205.26 4505.32 188.32 4693.64 257 4950.64
Denis Haughey SDLP 3843 1.32 3844.32 96.14 3940.46 170.88 4111.34 101 4212.34
Alan Miller DUP 1029 1536.7 2565.7 5.94 2571.64 8.88 2580.52 1 2581.52
Trevor Wilson UUP 2071 111.54 2182.54 1.1 2183.64 44.88 2228.52 5 2233.52
Cora Groogan SF 984 0 984 160.16 1144.16 -1144.16 -
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Francis Donnelly WP 230 0.22 230.22 7.26 237.48 -237.48 -
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James Holmes Alliance 166 1.1 167.1 1.76 168.86 -168.86 -
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77.8 77.8 19.22 97.02 172.12 269.14 209.38 478.52

Stage 2: Of McCrea's 8211 votes, 6985 (85.1%) went to Miller (DUP); 630 to Armstrong and 507 to Wilson, thus 1137 (13.8%) to the UUP candidates; 23 to McGlone and 6 to Haughey, thus 29 (0.4%) to the SDLP; 5 (0.1%) to Holmes (Alliance); 2 to Molloy, 1 to Dougan and none to Groogan, thus 3 (0.04%) to SF; and 1 (0.01%) to Donnelly (WP) with 51 (0.6%) non-transferable.

Stage 3: Of McGuinness's 8128 votes, 5099 went to Molloy, 778 to Dougan and 728 to Groogan, thus 6605 (81.3%) to the other SF candidates; 933 to McGlone and 437 to Haughey, thus 1370 (16.9%) to the SDLP; 33 (0.4%) to Donnelly (WP); 27 (0.3%) to Miller (DUP); 8 (0.1%) to Holmes (Alliance); 5 to Wilson and 1 to Armstrong, thus 6 (0.1%) to the UUP; and 79 (0.1%) non-transferable.

Stage 5: Of the 918 votes transferred from Donnelly, Groogan and Holmes to Dougan (of which the vast majority must have been from Groogan), 257 went on to McGlone and 101 to Haughey, thus 358 (39%) to the SDLP; 5 went to Armstrong and also 5 to Wilson, thus 10 (1.1%) to the UUP; 1 (0.1%) went to Miller (DUP); and 549 (59.8%) were non-transferable.




Exclude Wilson Exclude Miller Surplus Armstrong
William McCrea DUP 6338 0 6338 0 6338 0 6338
Martin McGuinness SF 6338 0 6338 0 6338 0 6338
Francis Molloy SF 6377.22 0 6377.22 0 6377.22 0 6377.22
Geraldine Dougan SF 6338 0 6338 0 6338 0 6338
Billy Armstrong UUP 4514.24 1651.08 6165.32 883 7048.32 -710.32 6338
Patsy McGlone SDLP 4950.64 34.2 4984.84 155.38 5140.22 106 5246.22
Denis Haughey SDLP 4212.34 38.1 4250.44 208.24 4458.68 153 4611.68
Alan Miller DUP 2581.52 453.8 3035.32 -3035.32 -
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Trevor Wilson UUP 2233.52 -2233.52 -
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478.52 56.34 534.86 1788.7 2323.56 451.32 2774.88

Stage 8: Of the 883 votes transferred to Armstrong from Miller, 153 went on to Haughey and 106 to McGlone, thus 259 (29.3%) to the SDLP, and the remainig 624 (70.7%) were non-transferable.


See also: Jim Riley's analysis of votes and seats in the 1998 Assembly election | The constituencies | Single Transferable Vote | The political parties | Useful books and links

Full 2003 results for each seat: 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 | Upper Bann

Other sites based at ARK: ORB (Online Research Bank) | CAIN (Conflict Archive on the INternet) | Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey

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Nicholas Whyte, 4 January 2004.



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