There are 25 seats in the London Assembly. 14 of these are held by Constituency Assembly Members and 11 by London-wide Members who represent London as a whole. Voters have a ballot paper for each category. Constituency Members are elected by first-past-the-post in the constituencies shown on the map (bleow).
The London-wide Members are elected by a party list system in which parties can nominate lists of up to 25 candidates. The votes for each party list, or indeed for individuals, are aggregated across the constituencies, and seats are allocated to the parties according to a modified d'Hont formula. There is a threshold of 5% of the total London-wide votes cats for parties to be eligible for any London-wide seats. For each of the 11 seats the winner is the one with the highest average votes per seat, according to the formula:-
ResultsHover on the map for the constituency result
ballot papers: 2,454,088 - 45.28%
valid votes: 2,412,607 - 44.51%
rejected votes: 41,489; blank ballots: 39,894