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2010 Flag of the United Kingdom 2020
United Kingdom general election, 2015
All 650 seats in the House of Commons
326 seats needed for a majority
7 May 2015
Turnout 66.1%
First party Second party Third party
David Cameron EdMiliband Angus robertson
Leader David Cameron Ed Miliband Angus Robertson
Party Conservative Labour Scottish National Party
Leader's seat Witney Doncaster North Moray (Lost his seat)
Last election 306 seats, 36.1% 258 seats, 29% 6 seats, 1.7%
Seats before 302 256 6
Seats won 325 243 38
Seat change 19 15 32
Popular vote 11,049,005 9,207,504 1,043,517
Percentage 36% 30.0% 3.4
Swing 0.1% 1% 1.7%
Fourth party
Nick Clegg by the 2009 budget cropped
Leader Nick Clegg
Party Liberal Democrats


Leader's seat Sheffield Hallam
Last election 57 seats, 23.0%
Seats before 56
Seats won 20
Seat change 36
Popular vote 2,915,710
Percentage 9.5
Swing 13.5%


2015 general alternate
Colours show the winning party in each constituency.
Prime Minister before election
David Cameron
Conservative
Elected Prime Minister
David Cameron
Conservative

Results

Polling stations opened at 7:00 and closed at 22:00 and the count was completed in the afternoon of Friday 8 May.

Results of the United Kingdom general election, May 7 2015
Party Leader Leader's seat Seats Votes
No. % ± No. % ±
  Conservative David Cameron Witney 325 50% 19 11,049,005 36% 0.1%
  Labour Party Ed Miliband Doncaster North 243 37.38% 15 9,207,504 30.0% 1%
  Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg Sheffield Hallam 20 3% 37 2,915,710 9.5% 13.5%
  UKIP Nigel Farage Candidate for Thanet South (Won) 3 0.46% 3 4,143,377 13.5% 10.4%
  Scottish National Angus Robertson Moray (Lost his Seat) 38 5.85% 32 1,441,364 3.4% 1.7%
  Green Caroline Lucas Brighton Pavilion 1 0.15% 0 265,243 5.5% 0.2
  Plaid Cymru Elfyn Lwyd Dwyfor Meirionnydd 4 0.62% 1 165,394 0.6% 0
  Democratic Unionist Party Nigel Dodds Belfast North 8 1.23% 0 184,260 0.6% 0
  Sinn Fein Gerry Adams ‘‘Did not Stand’’ 4 0.62% 1 176,232 0.6% 0
  Ulster Unionist Party Tom Elliot Fermanagh and South Tyrone 2 0.31% 2 114,935 0.4% 0.1
  Social Democratic and Labour Party Alasdair McDonnell Belfast South 3 0.46% 0 99,809 0.3% 0.1
  Others - - 1 0.15% 4 346,436 1.13% 0
  Speaker (John Bercow) Buckingham 1 0.15% 0 34,617 0.1% 0
Total (Turnout: 66.1%) 650 100% 0 30,691,680 100% -
325 243 38 20 8 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1
Conservatives Labour SNP Lib Dems DUP PC SF SDLP UKIP UUP Green Ind Speaker
Seats
Conservatives
  
50%
Labour
  
37.38%
SNP
  
5.85%
Liberal Democrats
  
3%
DUP
  
1.23%
Plaid Cymru
  
0.615%
Sinn Fein
  
0.615%
SDLP
  
0.46%
UKIP
  
0.46%
UUP
  
0.31%
Greens
  
0.15%
Ind
  
0.15%
Speaker
  
0.15%


Vote share
Conservative
  
36%
Labour
  
30%
Liberal Democrats
  
9.5%
SNP
  
3.4%
UKIP
  
13.5%

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