See also results of all Fermanagh/South Tyrone elections 1993-2010 and full counts from 1998 and 2003.
|Count 1||Surplus Foster||Surplus Gildernew||Surplus Elliott||Exclude McCartney|
|Michelle Gildernew||Sinn Féin||7026||7026||-391||6635||6635||6635|
|Gerry McHugh||Sinn Féin||5103||0.00||5103.00||174.10||5277.10||0.00||5277.10||1.15||5278.25|
|Sean Lynch||Sinn Féin||4704||0.42||4704.42||115.50||4819.92||0.04||4819.96||2.00||4821.96|
Count 2: Of Foster's 7138 votes, 5689 (79.7%) transferred to her party colleague Morrow (DUP); 1106 to Elliott and 187 to Donaldson, thus 1293 (18.1%) to the UUP; 77 (1.1%) to McCartney (UKUP); 22 to Gallagher and 8 to Currie, thus 30 (0.4%) to the SDLP; 7 (0.1%) to Leonard (Alliance); 6 to Lynch and none to McHugh, thus 6 (0.1%) to SF; 3 (0.04%) to McManus; and none at all to McGeough (Ind) with 33 (0.5%) non-transferable.
Count 3: Of Gildernew's 7026 votes, 3482 transferred to McHugh and 2310 to Lynch, thus 5792 (82.4%) staying with SF; 442 went to Galagher and 434 to Currie, thus 876 (12.5%) to the SDLP; 216 (3.1%) to McGeough; 26 (0.4%) to Leonard (Alliance); 23 (0.3%) to McManus; 7 (0.1%) to Morrow (DUP); also 7 (0.1%) to Donaldson (UUP); and 5 (0.1%) to McCartney (UKUP) with 74 (1.1%) non-transferable.
Count 4: Of the 1106 votes transferred to Elliott from Foster, 540 (48.8%) transferred on to Morrow (DUP); 477 (43.1%) to Donaldson (UUP); 34 (3.1%) to McCartney (UKUP); 16 to Gallagher and 2 to Curries, thus 18 (1.6%) to the SDLP; 1 to Lynch and none to McHugh, thus 1 (0.1%) to SF; also 1 (0.1%) to Leonard (Alliance); also 1 (0.1%) to McManus; and none to McGeough with 34 (3.1%) non-transferable.
|Count 5||Exclude McGeough, Leonard and McManus||Exclude Currie||Exclude Donaldson|
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 2007 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, 23 December
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