European elections: greater turnout in different areas of the United Kingdom


Counces in some parts of the United Kingdom reported an increase in trade at this year's European elections.

Throughout the EU, the turnout for the European elections rose for the first time ever, reaching 50%.

The turnout in the South East of England is 39.36%, up from 36.3% in 2014, while in the West Midlands it has increased from 32.4% in 2014 to 31.1% # 39; year.

In the North West, the turnout dropped from 33.3% in 2014 to 33.1% in this year's elections.

In the South West, a turnout of 40.5% was recorded – three percentage points up 37.4% compared to 2014, while the North East 32.7%, slightly up …



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