Persons Voting or Not Voting

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Year Voting
23 Feb 1950 51,051 Show data context
25 Oct 1951 52,409 Show data context
04 Nov 1952 51,408 Show data context
26 May 1955 51,737 Show data context
08 Oct 1959 57,765 Show data context
15 Oct 1964 61,708 Show data context
31 Mar 1966 64,097 Show data context
18 Jun 1970 72,047 Show data context
28 Feb 1974 639 Show data context
10 Oct 1974 58,564 Show data context
03 May 1979 74,117 Show data context
09 Jun 1983 50,209 Show data context
11 Jun 1987 52,371 Show data context
09 Apr 1992 56,608 Show data context
01 May 1997 52,319 Show data context
05 May 2005 44,449 Show data context
06 May 2010 48,140 Show data context
Date: Source:
1950 - 1970 F.W.S. Craig (ed.), British Parliamentary Election Results 1950-1970 (Chichester: Political Reference Publications, 1971) Within copyright. Permission granted to project.
1974 - 1992 Kimber, Political Science Resources
1997 - 2005 House of Commons Library, House of Commons Library Research Papers ,
2010 The Electoral Commission, The Electoral Commission

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Date accessed: 18th January 2022