Thursday, 8 June 2017

Results of the 2017 PGS General Election

by Simon Lemieux

Overall result

By seats: Conservatives – 6.5 seats, Liberal Democrats 1.5 seats, Labour 1 seat

Conservative victory

By popular vote
Conservatives  36% (130)              
Liberal Democrats 21% (75)                                           
Labour 17% (63)
UKIP 9% (33)                                                                
Greens 9% (32)                                                             
Women’s Equality Party 8% (29)                      

Result: Conservative victory


Pupil turnout: 
Middle School 60%, 
Years 9-10 43% 
Overall: 51%

For a complete record of past PGS election results (dating back nearly a century), see John Sadden's article here.

For a more detailed break-down of the 2017 PGS result, House by House, see below the break:

The results in each constituency were as follows:

Barton
Conservatives 12
Greens 3             
Labour 3
Liberal Democrats 11
UKIP 4
Women’s Equality Party 9
Result: Conservative victory

Eastwood
Conservatives 15
Greens 6             
Labour 1
Liberal Democrats 3
UKIP 9
Women’s Equality Party 12
Result: Conservative victory

Hawkey
Conservatives 13
Greens 2             
Labour 2
Liberal Democrats 5
UKIP 4
Women’s Equality Party 5
Result: Conservative victory

Summers
Conservatives 13
Greens 1              
Labour 4
Liberal Democrats 6
UKIP 10
Women’s Equality Party 3
Result: Conservative victory

Grant
Conservatives 9
Greens 4             
Labour 7
Liberal Democrats 9
UKIP 0
Result: Conservative Liberal Democrat tie (notional 0.5 of a seat each)

Latter
Conservatives 27
Greens 3             
Labour 4
Liberal Democrats 7
UKIP 3
Result: Conservative victory

Smith
Conservatives 11
Greens 4             
Labour 5
Liberal Democrats 9
UKIP 2
Result: Conservative victory

Whitcombe
Conservatives 8
Greens 5             
Labour 6
Liberal Democrats 13
UKIP 3
Result: Liberal Democrat victory

Common Room
Conservatives 22
Greens 4             
Labour 31
Liberal Democrats 12
UKIP 1
Result: Labour victory

1 comment:

  1. This election was really fun even though the party I voted for came last! Very nice article.

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