South Antrim

Details of each count in 2007 election

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Map by Conal Kelly

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

      Surplus McLaughlin Surplus McCrea Exclude Whitcroft, O'Brien and Delaney Exclude Nicholl and McCartney
Mitchell McLaughlin SF 6313 -859 5454
5454
5454
5454
William McCrea DUP 6023
6023 -569 5454
5454
5454
David Ford Alliance 5007 29.55 5036.55 11.52 5048.07 273.97 5322.04 173.00 5495.04
David Burnside UUP 4507 1.20 4508.20 30.87 4539.07 48.33 4587.40 521.57 5108.97
Trevor Clarke DUP 4302 0.75 4302.75 194.67 4497.42 29.60 4527.02 235.05 4762.07
Thomas Burns SDLP 2721 359.70 3080.70 0.63 3081.33 106.75 3188.08 18.48 3206.56
Mel Lucas DUP 2840 0.30 2840.30 277.38 3117.68 25.54 3143.22 207.96 3351.18
Danny Kinahan UUP 2391 1.95 2392.95 7.20 2400.15 51.09 2451.24 655.80 3107.04
Noreen McClelland SDLP 1526 371.70 1897.70 0.36 1898.06 114.30 2012.36 13.30 2025.66
Stephen Nicholl UUP 927 1.20 928.20 5.22 933.42 36.30 969.72 -969.72
Robert McCartney UKUP 893 0.30 893.30 9.18 902.48 29.54 932.02 -932.02
Peter Whitcroft Green 507 52.65 559.65 1.35 561.00 -561.00


Stephen O'Brien Con 129 3.00 132.00 0.36 132.36 -132.36


Marcella Delaney WP 89 12.00 101.00 0.09 101.09 -101.09


  Non-transferable 0 24.70 24.70 30.17 54.87 79.03 133.90 76.58 210.48

Count 2: Of McLaughlin's 6313 votes, 2478 transferred to McClelland and 2398 to Burns, thus 4876 (77.2%) to the SDLP; 351 (5.6%) to Whitcroft (Green); 197 (3.1%) to Ford (Alliance); 80 (1.3%) to Delaney (Workers Party); 13 to Kinahan, 8 to Burnside and also 8 to Nicholl, thus 29 (0.5%) to the UUP; 20 (0.3%) to O'Brien (Conservative); 5 to Clarke and 2 to Lucas, thus 7 (0.1%) to the DUP; and 2 (0.03%) to McCartney (UKUP) with 751 (11.9%) non-transferable.

Count 3: Of McCrea's 6023 votes, 3082 transferred to Lucas and 2163 to Clarke, thus 5245 (87.1%) to his DUP running-mates; 343 to Burnside, 80 to Kinahan and 58 to Nicholl, thus 481 (8.0%) to the UUP; 128 (2.1%) to Ford (Alliance); 102 (1.7%) to McCartney (UKUP); 15 (0.2%) to Whitcroft (Green); 7 to Burns and 4 to McClelland, thus 11 (0.2%) to the SDLP; 4 (0.1%) to O'Brien (Conservative); and 1 (0.02%) to Delaney (WP) with 36 (0.6%) non-transferable.

    Count 5 Exclude McClelland Exclude Kinahan Surplus Burnside
McLaughlin SF 5454
5454
5454
5454
McCrea DUP 5454
5454
5454
5454
Ford Alliance 5495.04
5495.04
5495.04
5495.04
Burnside UUP 5108.97 25.44 5134.41 1792.00 6926.41 -1472.41 5454
Clarke DUP 4762.07 6.24 4768.31 319.40 5087.71 456.00 5543.71
Burns SDLP 3206.56 1758.95 4965.51 168.43 5133.94 262.00 5395.94
Lucas DUP 3351.18 9.75 3360.93 444.86 3805.79 423.00 4228.79
Kinahan UUP 3107.04 23.44 3130.48 -3130.48


McClelland SDLP 2025.66 -2025.66





Non-transferable 210.48 201.84 412.32 405.79 818.11 331.41 1149.52

Count 8: Of the 1792 votes transferred from Kinahan to Burnside (both UUP), 456 transferred on to Clarke and 423 to Lucas, thus 879 (49.1%) to the DUP; and 262 (14.6%) to Burns (SDLP) with 651 (36.3%) 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 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, 20 March 2010.



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