2005 General Election results summary

In 2005 18,274,278 people did not  vote, they did not have their voice heard. Were you one of them?

If you don't vote you can not have your say. You will get 15 hours of democracy  on May 7th make sure you exercise your right and vote. 

Make sure you vote for the person who you think will represent your interests for the next five years. 2005 General Election results summary shows the  majority at 68. The government was Labour.

The Prime Minister was Tony Blair and from 2007 Gordon Brown.  

The election was held on Thursday 5th May.  The total Electorate was 44,180,234. The total Electorate who voted was 25,905,956. 

The total Electorate that DID NOT vote  was 18,274,278.

For a breakdown of Parliamentary Parties in this election click read more

2005 General Election results summary

Majority: 68

Government: Labour

Prime Minister: Tony Blair then from 2007 Gordon Brown  

Held on:  Thursday 5th May

Total Electorate: 44,180,234

Total Electorate who voted:  25,905,956

Total Electorate that did not vote:  18,274,278

Turnout 61.4%

 

 

Party 

Seats

Votes

% Share

Candidates

 

Labour

355

9,556,183

35.2

627

 

Conservative

198

8,772,599

32.4

630

 

Liberal Democrats

62

5,982,164

22.0

626

 

Democratic Unionist

9

241,856

0.9

18

 

Scottish National

6

412,267

1.5

59

 

Sinn Féin

5

174,530

0.6

18

 

Plaid Cymru

3

174,838

0.6

40

 

SDLP

3

125,626

0.5

18

 

UUP

1

127,414

0.5

18

 

Respect

1

68,094

0.3

26

 

Ind Kid Hosp

1

18,739

0.1

1

 

Others

1

251,646

0.9

500

 

645

25,905,956

95.5

2581

 

 

Party Spending 

 

 

Party 

Seats

Contested

Total spent

England

Scotland

Wales

 

Labour*

356

627

£17,939,617

£15,227,697

£1,636,450

£1,075,470

 

Conservative

198

627

£17,852,240

£15,690,032

£1,317,192

£845,015

 

Lib Dem

62

626

£4,324,574

£3,631,053

£435,406

£258,115

 

Respect

1

26

£320,716

£307,891

£12,825

 

Scottish National

6

59

£193,987

£193,987

 

Plaid Cymru

3

40

£38,879

£38,879

* excludes Co-operative Party spending

 

 For more electoral statistics go to http://www.ukpolitical.info

 

 

 

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