UK electoral map finished

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I have finally completed the UK electoral map for next year’s general election for the House of Commons.

I had previously completed maps for England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and have now completed the map for Scotland. I have also updated the map of England to take account of by-election results and the change of Speaker.

Maps below the fold:

Results of the 2005 House of Commons election in Scotland.
Results of the 2005 House of Commons election in Scotland.
Constituencies for the 2010 UK House of Commons election.
Constituencies for the 2010 UK House of Commons election.
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6 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Ben,

    Thanks for this resource, I was wondering if you have a copy of it with towns and cities included? I am interested in buying a map of the whole of the UK with parliamentary constituencies but I need one with the main towns and cities included, please email me if you have something like this.

    MAny Thanks

  2. Hi Ben,
    How did you go about building this and what data did you use? Is it the boundary data released after the 2007 elections?
    I’ve been trying to find this map for a while but there doesn’t seem to be any downloads available. Would you have a copy in an illustrator friendly format?

    Rich

  3. Great map! But is it wise to colour independents in purple? Purple is the colour of the UK Independence Party; traditionally independents appear gray on maps.

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