Percentage of Conservative votes in by-elections since 1997

Election Tory % Vote Tory % Increase/Decrease
Uxbridge 1997 51.1 7.6
Paisley South 1997 7 -1.7
Beckenham 1997 41.3 -1.2
Winchester 1997 28.4 -13.6
Leeds Central 1999 12.3 -1.4
Eddisbury 1999 44.8 2.3
Hamilton South 1999 7.2 -1.4
Wigan 1999 18 1.1
Kensington & Chelsea 1999 56.4 2.8
Ceredigion 2000 16.5 1.6
Romsey 2000 42 -4
Tottenham 2000 16 0.3
Glasgow Anniesland 2000 10.9 -0.6
Preston 2000 25 3.1
West Bromwich West 2000 34.3 N/A
Falkirk West 2000 8.3 -3.8
Ipswich 2001 28.4 -2.1
Ogmore 2002 7.5 -3.7
Brent East 2003 16.15 -2
Leicester South 2004 19.7 -3.4
Birmingham Hodge Hill 2004 17.3 -2.7
Hartlepool 2004 9.7 -11.1
Cheadle 2005 42.4 2
Livingston 2005 6.8 -3.4
Dunfermline & West Fife 2006 7.8 -2.5
Blaenau Gwent 2006 3.7 1.3
Bromley & Chislehurst 2006 40 -11.1
Ealing Southall 2007 22.5 0.9
Sedgefield 2007 14.6 0.2
Crewe & Nantwich 2008 49.5 16.9
Henley 2008 56.9 3.4
Haltemprice & Howden 2008 71.6 24.1
Glasgow East 2008 6.3 -0.6
Glenrothes 2008 3.8 -3.3
Norwich North 2009 39.5 6.3
Glasgow North East 2009 5.2 N/A
Oldham East & Saddleworth 2011 12.8 -13.6
Barnsley Central 2011 8.3 -9
Leicester South 2011 15.1 -6.3
Inverclyde 2011 9.9 -2.1
Feltham & Heston 2011 34 5.2

1 comment so far ↓

#1 David Morris on 03.31.12 at 2:12 pm

What would be more interesting is providing a table that shows which by-elections have resulted in a change of party and what the swing was on those occasions.

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