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UK General Election results April 1992 UK General Election results April 1992

9th April 1992

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Results in zipped Excel spreadsheet format (190K)




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651 constituencies

Index
Aberavon — Bath Batley & Spen — Birmingham Yardley Bishop Aukland — Bridgwater Bridlington — Cardiff South & Penarth Cardiff West — Colchester South & Maldon Colne Valley — Derby North Derby South — Ealing Acton Ealing North — Falkirk West Falmouth & Camborne — Gloucester Gloucestershire West — Havant Hayes & Harlington — Ilford North Ilford South — Leicester East Leicester South — Makerfield Manchester Blackley — Newcastle upon Tyne North New Forest — Oxford East Oxfordshire West & Abingdon — Richmond (Yorks) Rochdale — Sheffield Heeley Sheffield Hillsborough — Stockport Stockton North — Teignbridge Thanet North — Wanstead & Woodford Wantage — Woking Wokingham — York

Constituencies were the same as in 1987, except that an extra seat was created by dividing Milton Keynes into two.

I have mostly avoided abbreviations for party names, though I have used some, usually where the party is commonly known by the abbreviation. Abbreviations used are:-

BNP- British National Party
Ind - Independent
GB - Great Britain
LibDem- Liberal Democrats
Loony - Official Monster Raving Loony Party
SDLP - Social Democratic and Labour Party
SNP - Scottish National Party

Sources: The Times, The Guardian, and Whitaker's Almanack
The estimated electorate figures are the number of electors on the new register eligible to vote in February, plus a pro rata allowance for those becoming 18 during the period of the register (Times Guide to the House of Commons, April 1992). It seems odd that Returning Officers are not obliged to certify the precise number of electors entitled to vote in an election, as part of the declaration of the result.


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