July 2021 United Kingdom general election

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July 2021 United Kingdom general election

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All 150 seats in the House of Commons
76 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
Turnout57.9 (Increase 4.0 pp)
  First party Second party Third party
  KarlYonedaStan Chi0121 Brookheimer
Leader KarlYonedaStan Chi0121 Brookheimer
Party Solidarity Conservative Coalition!
Leader since 21 March 2021 14 June 2021 23 September 2020
Leader's seat Cornwall and Devon Upper Severn Leeds and Wakefield (defeated)
Last election 34 seats, 20.19% 26 seats, 16.92% 10 seats, 8.48%
Seats won 45 35 21
Seat change Increase11 Increase9 Increase 11
Popular vote 7,646,995 5,972,767 3,962,526
Percentage 28.73% 22.44% 14.89%
Swing Increase 8.54 pp Increase 5.52 pp Increase 6.41 pp

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Ina Wakey KalvinLokanModel-Eddy
Leader Inadorable Rea-wakey KalvinLokan and Model-Eddy
Party Labour Liberal Democrats Progressive Workers
Leader since 7 July 2021 12 July 2021 January 30 2021
Leader's seat Merseyside South East London Leeds and Wakefield
Norfolk and Suffolk (defeated)
Last election 19 seats, 13.61% 13 seats, 9.22% 7 seats, 5.84%
Seats won 18 13 11
Seat change Decrease1 Steady0 Increase4
Popular vote 3,171,089 2,681,228 2,130,627
Percentage 11.91% 10.07% 8.00%
Swing Decrease 1.69 pp Increase 0.85 pp Increase 2.16 pp

  Seventh party Eighth party Ninth party
  MHOCAya.jpg Toibin46.jpg RSPLogo.png
Leader Lady Aya Toibin46 BasileiosAlfred
Party Celtic Coalition Aontú Radical
Leader's seat Northern Ireland (defeated) Northern Ireland (defeated) Tyne and Wear (defeated)
Last election Did not stand Did not stand Did not stand
Seats before 0 0 0
Seats won 2 1 1
Seat change Increase2 Increase1 Increase1
Popular vote 279,851 122,210 114,522
Percentage 1.05% 0.46% 0.43%
Swing Increase 1.05 pp Increase 0.46 pp Increase 0.43 pp

A general election was held on 31 July 2021 to elect 150 members to the 16th Parliament of the United Kingdom. Incumbent Prime Minister KarlYonedaStan's Solidarity won 45 seats, becoming the largest party in the House of Commons. The Conservatives under Chi0121 won 35 seats, while Coalition! took third place as Labour lost a seat to fall to 18. Shortly after the election, the newly elected MP BasileiosAlfred who was elected under the Indepedent grouping Radical, joined Solidarity and increased their seats to 46 in the House of Commons. Thereby the incumbent Rose Coalition of Solidarity, Labour, and the Progressive Workers' Party won a 76-seat majority.

Results

e • d  Results of the February 2021 United Kingdom general election[1]
Party Regional votes % of regional votes Seats
% Change[2] Total Change
Solidarity 7,646,995 28.73% Increase 8.53% 45 Increase 9
Conservative 5,972,767 22.44% Increase 5.54% 35 Increase 9
Coalition! 3,962,526 14.89% Increase 6.39% 21 Increase 11
Labour 3,171,089 11.91% Decrease 1.69% 18 Decrease 1
Liberal Democrats 2,681,228 10.07% Increase 0.87% 13 Steady
Progressive Workers 2,130,627 8.00% Increase 2.20% 11 Increase 4
The Independent Group 434,706 1.63% Increase 1.23% 3 Increase 2
Celtic Coalition 279,851 1.05% Increase 1.05% 2 Increase 2
Aontú 122,210 0.46% Increase 0.46% 1 Increase 1
Freedom and Liberty Party 102,862 0.39% Increase 0.39% 0 Steady