The referendum breakdown


The decision has been made, the referendum is done and dusted. But who voted what? Let’s have a look at a breakdown of the referendum results by region.

The BBC put together a great overview of how votes went down where.

In total, nine areas experienced a vote for leave of 70% or more. Many of the are located in the country’s east including Boston, South Holland and Great yarmouth.

Remain, on the other hand, dominated in London, Scotland and Northern Ireland. However, the Remain camp reached its highest vote in Gibraltar.

Seven of ten areas with the highest Remain vote were in London, including Lambeth, Hackney and Haringey, all areas where more than 75% of people would’ve prefered to stain the EU.

Overall, the leave campaign came first in nine of the UK’s nations and regions whilst the Remain only came top in three. The West Midlands showed the highest support for Leave whilst Scotland had the strongest support for Remain.

A lot of younger people voted for the UK to remain a member of the EU. However, the turnout in this age bracket was also not as high as for elder people.

On top of age, educational attainment and national identity were also key factors for people when making their voting decision.

Overall, Leave polled stronger in 270 counting areas, whilst remain came in first in 129 areas.

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The referendum breakdown

The referendum breakdown


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