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Area Reports: British are Divided over Brexit Leave or Remain Votes





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
This is how the British voted over Brexit per voting area (Partial Results on Leave or Remain at EU):
– Wandsworth votes to Remain: 75 per cent in favour of Remain to 25 per cent Leave (118,463 to 39,421).
– Basildon has voted in favour of Leave, with 68.6 per cent to 31.4 (67,251 to 30,748).
– Hartlepool has voted to Leave, 69.6 per cent for Leave and 30.4 per cent Remain (32,071 to 14,029).
– East Ayrshire votes Remain, with 41.4 per cent voting to remain compared to 41.4 per cent voting to leave (33,891 to 23,942).
– Comhairle nan Eilean Siar votes to Remain with 55.2 per cent to 44.8 (8,232 against 6,671).
– West Tyrone votes Remain by 66.8 per cent to 33.2 (26,765 to 13,274).

– North Antrim has voted to Leave, 62.2 per cent to 37.8 (30,928 to 18,782).
– Lagan Valley votes Leave, 53.1 to 46.9 per cent (25,704 to 22,710).
– Dundee votes Remain by 59.8 per cent to 40.2.
– South Tyneside votes Leave: Leave 62 per cent, Remain 38 per cent.
– West Dunbartonshire has also voted to Remain, with 62 per cent to 38 per cent (26,694 to 16,426).
– The Shetland Islands have voted to Remain with 56.5 per cent to 43.5 (6,907 to 5,315).
– Ketting votes Leave: 61 per cent to 39 (32,877 against 21,030).
– Broxbourne votes Leave by 66.3 per cent to 33.7 (33,706 against 17,166).

– Swindon has voted Leave, with 54.7 per cent in favour of leaving and 45.3 to remain (61,745 to 51,220)
– The Isles of Scilly has voted to Remain – 56.4 per cent for Remain and 43.6 for Leave (803 to 621).
– A vote to Remain in Foyle, with 78.3 per cent for Remain and 21.7 per cent (32,064 to 8,905).
– Betfair has now put the odds of Britain voting to leave the EU up to 38 per cent:
– Sunderland has voted Leave, by 82,000 (61 per cent) to 51,930 (39 per cent).
– Clackmannashire has voted Remain, with 14,691 to 10,726.

It was quoted that:
“Early indications showing more divergence than we expected – bigger leads than expected for Remain in likely Remain areas but also bigger leads for Leave in likely Leave areas.”

Reference: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/eu-referendum-live-latest-poll-news-brexit-results-leave-remain-when-date-vote-odds-uk-britain-a7094741.html

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