Detailed results of how Northampton and county's other towns voted in EU elections

The Brexit Party polled the highest across the East Midlands in last week's Euro elections, but which party was most - and least - popular with Northamptonians?

Friday, 31st May 2019, 4:00 pm
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In 2016, Northampton voted strongly for exiting the European Union so it was unsurprising that the town came out in favour of The Brexit Party.

The Liberal Democrats came second with less than half the votes of Nigel Farage's party.

Of the recognised parties, UKIP polled the lowest with its lurch to the right not impressing Northamptonians, who deserted it in their droves. It fell 30.6 per cent compared with 2014.

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Full detailed results by council area are below:

Northampton

The Brexit Party 37.3% (+37.3% on 2014 election)

Liberal Democrats 16.4% (+11.2)

Labour 15.5% (-6.9)

Green 10.5% (+3.8)

Conservative 10.3% (-15.3)

UKIP 4.7% (-30.6)

Change UK 4.5% (+4.5)

Independent Network 0.4% (+0.4)

Simon Rood 0.4 (+0.4)

Daventry

The Brexit Party 39.5% (+39.5)

Liberal Democrats 20.5% (+15.7)

Conservative 13.8% (-23.8)

Green 11.2% (+5.4)

Labour 5.8% (-7.3)

Change UK 4.5% (+4.5)

UKIP 4.0% (-30.5)

Simon Rood 0.4 (+0.4)

Independent Network 0.4% (+0.4)

South Northamptonshire

The Brexit Party 36.3% (+36.3)

Liberal Democrats 22.4% (+16.7)

Conservative 14.5% (-22.9)

Green 13% (+5.7)

Labour 5.1% (-6.3)

Change UK 4.5% (+4.5)

UKIP 3.3% (-31)

Simon Rood 0.4 (+0.4)

Independent Network 0.4% (+0.4)

Wellingborough

The Brexit Party 39.5% (+39.5)

Liberal Democrats 15.3% (+11.8)

Labour 12.8% (-7.9)

Conservative 12.7% (-16)

Green 10% (+5.1)

UKIP 5.2% (-32.1)

Change UK 3.6% (+3.6)

Independent Network 0.6% (+0.6)

Simon Rood 0.4 (+0.3)

Kettering

The Brexit Party 41.1% (+41.1)

Liberal Democrats 16.7% (+12.9)

Conservative 12.1% (-18.9)

Green 10.4% (+5.6)

Labour 10.3% (-9.1)

UKIP 4.9% (-31.4)

Change UK 3.6% (+3.6)

Independent Network 0.5% (+0.5)

Simon Rood 0.5 (+0.5)

Corby

The Brexit Party 40.2% (+40.2)

Labour 23.1% (-15.5)

Liberal Democrats 11.7% (+9)

Green 7.6% (+4.1)

Conservative 7.3% (-8.9)

UKIP 5.3% (-29.7)

Change UK 3.8% (+3.8)

Independent Network 0.5% (+0.5)

Simon Rood 0.4 (+0.4)

East Northamptonshire

The Brexit Party 41.3% (+41.3)

Liberal Democrats 20.1% (+15.5)

Conservative 13.2% (-20.2)

Green 9.9% (+4.6)

Labour 6.7% (-8.9)

UKIP 4.7% (-32.2)

Change UK 3.3% (+3.3)

Simon Rood 0.4 (+0.4)

Independent Network 0.4% (+0.4)