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Mock Election Results

 Based on 247 votes (excluding spoilt ballots), the winner of our mock election was…

Labour 

 

   The % of total vote share were:

 % of vote

  The votes by each year group were:

 

 

 How does this compare to the General Election 2019? 

In the Hodge Hill constituency, Liam Byrne (Labour) was re-elected with 78.7% of the total vote.  

45,003 votes were cast in the constituency – this means that 57.5% of registered voters voted.

Across the country as a whole, the conservatives won a majority with 365 MPs elected.

Labour lost 59 seats, taking their total MPs to 203.

The SNP gained 13 seats while the Lib Dems lost 1 seat overall including the seat of their leader, Jo Swinson.