Kingston upon Thames Borough Council
Upcoming elections
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2019 European election results
Region London
Winner
Seats 0
MEPs
EU Referendum Results
Votes for Kingston upon Thames Borough Council
Leave

38.39%

Remain

61.61%

Council result: Remain
London results for European Parliament election, 2019
Party spending in 2019
Party spending in Kingston upon Thames Borough Council
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Demographics in Kingston upon Thames Borough Council

Unemployment rate

3.2%
Low
Ranked of 33

Levels of poor health

3.6%
Very Low
Ranked of 33

Proportion of 16/17 year olds

2.1%
Very Low
Ranked of 33

Age

Housing

Ethnicity

Kingston upon Thames Borough Council
Upcoming elections
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Current council make-up
Party seats in English Local elections, 2018

Total council seats: 48

Liberal Democrats
39 seats
Conservative
9 seats
Other
0 seats
Green Party
0 seats
Kingston upon Thames Borough Council results for English Local elections, 2018

Share of election votes

Votes Share Seats won Seats change Seats total
Liberal Democrats
83,172 51.7% 39 39
Conservative
49,226 30.6% 9 9
Labour
19,079 11.9%
Green Party
5,235 3.3%
Other
3,939 2.4%
UK Independence Party
267 0.2%
Demographics in Kingston upon Thames Borough Council

Unemployment rate

3.2%
Low
Ranked of 33

Levels of poor health

3.6%
Very Low
Ranked of 33

Proportion of 16/17 year olds

2.1%
Very Low
Ranked of 33

Age

Housing

Ethnicity

South West London Assembly constituency
Upcoming elections
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2016 London Assembly election results
Constituency South West
Winner Conservative Hold (10.0% majority)
Constituency GLA Member Tony Arbour
South West results for London Assembly election, 2016

Share of constituency votes

Party Votes Share Swing
Tony Arbour
Con 84,381 39.5% -0.4
Martin Whelton
Lab 62,937 29.4% +0.7
Rosina Robson
Lib 30,654 14.3% -2.3
Andree Frieze
Gre 19,745 9.2% -0.6
Alan Craig
UKI 14,983 7.0% +2.1
Adam Buick
Ind 1,065 0.5%
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Share of London-wide votes

Share of London-wide seats
Votes Share Seats
Labour Lab
1,054,801 40.3% 3
Conservative Con
764,230 29.2% 3
Green Party Gre
207,959 8.0% 2
UK Independence Party UKIP
171,069 6.5% 2
Liberal Democrats LD
165,580 6.3% 1
Women's Equality Party WEP
91,772 3.5%
Respect Res
41,324 1.6%
Other Oth
118,941 4.5%
Elected members for London region
Party
Fiona Twycros
Labour Lab
Tom Copley
Labour Lab
Nicky Gavron
Labour Lab
Kemi Badenoch
Conservative Con
Andrew Boff
Conservative Con
Shaun Bailey
Conservative Con
Sin Berry
Green Party Gre
Caroline Russell
Green Party Gre
Peter Whittle
UK Independence Party UKIP
David Kurten
UK Independence Party UKIP
Caroline Pidgeon
Liberal Democrats LD
Last four Constituency GLA Members for South West
2016
Tony Arbour
Conservative
2012
Tony Arbour
Conservative
2008
Tony Arbour
Conservative
2004
Tony Arbour
Conservative
Demographics in South West

Unemployment rate

3.2%
Low
Ranked of 33

Levels of poor health

3.6%
Very Low
Ranked of 33

Proportion of 16/17 year olds

2.1%
Very Low
Ranked of 33

Age

Housing

Ethnicity

London
Upcoming elections
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2016 Mayor election results
Winner Labour
Mayor Sadiq Khan
Region London
London results for London Mayoral election, 2016

Share of 1st round election votes

Share of 2nd round election votes

Party Round 1 ShareRound 2 Total Share
Sadiq Khan
Labour 1,148,716 44.2% 161,427 1,310,143 56.8%
Zac Goldsmith
Conservative 909,755 35.0% 84,859 994,614 43.2%
Sian Berry
Green Party 150,673 5.8%
Caroline Pidgeon
Liberal Democrats 120,005 4.6%
Peter Whittle
UK Independence Party 94,373 3.6%
Sophie Walker
Women's Equality Party 53,055 2.0%
George Galloway
Respect 37,007 1.4%
Paul Golding
Britain First 31,372 1.2%
Lee Harris
CISTA 20,537 0.8%
David Furness
British National Party 13,325 0.5%
Prince Zylinski
Independent 13,202 0.5%
Ankit Love
One Love 4,941 0.2%
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Last four Mayors
2016
Sadiq Khan
Labour
2012
Boris Johnson
Conservative
2008
Boris Johnson
Conservative
2004
Ken Livingstone
Labour
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