Referendum Voting, by MP's Constituency

The establishment did not release the referendum votes broken down by constituency, instead they did it by local authority area, which may span multiple MP's constituencies.

However Dr Chris Hanretty, of the University of East Anglia, has reverse engineered the voting to constituency level.

His spreadsheet of all constituencies is available here.

It is interesting to see how the constituencies of those who criticised Jeremy Corbyn's achievements in the 'Remain' campaign voted.



In Corbyn's own constituency, Islington North, only 24% voted to leave. On Average only 37% of Labour voters voted 'Leave'

Siobhain McDonagh, 51% leave


Hilary Benn, Leeds Central, 49% voted 'Leave'.


New! Owen Smith, Pontypridd, 50%  'Leave'.


Siobhain McDonagh, Mitcham and Morden 51% 'Leave'.


Simon Danczuk 57% leave
The 2 authors of the "No Confidence in Corbyn" motion: Dame Margaret Hodge, Barking. 55% 'Leave'. Ann Coffey, Stockport '51% Leave'.



Liz Kendal, Leicester West. 56% 'Leave'.


Stephen Kinnock, 63% leave


Simon Danczuk, Rochdale.  57% 'Leave'.



Angela Eagle, Wallasey, 58%  'Leave'.



Dame Margaret Beckett, Derby South. 60% 'Leave'.
 


Jess Phillips 64% leave
Tristram Hunt, Stoke-on-Trent Central. 63% 'Leave'.




Stephen Kinnock, Aberavon.  63% 'Leave'.



John Mann 65% leave

Jess Phillips, Birmingham Yardley, 64%  'Leave'.




Alan Johnson (the man in charge of Labour's 'Remain' campaign!) Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle.  65% 'Leave'.

Caroline Flint, 67% leave



John Mann, Bassetlaw.  65% 'Leave'.



Tom Watson,  West Bromwich East. 67% 'Leave'


Ed, 70% leave

Caroline Flint, Don Valley.  67% 'Leave'.


Ed Miliband, Doncaster North.  70% 'Leave'.


Yvette Cooper, Normanton,  Pontefract and Castleford,  Ruth Smeeth (she of the 'anti Semitic' walk out) , Trent
North, Gloria de Piero, Ashfield , all 71% 'Leave'.  The joint 3rd highest 'Leave' vote of any constituencies, including Tory and UKIP ones.
Ruth Smeeth, 71% leave and left


It's a shame these people didn't spend more of their time and energy campaigning in their own constituencies  rather than plotting to depose the democratically elected leader of their party.

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