Northern Ireland Brexit Referendum Results

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Leave Votes in Northern Ireland Brexit Referendum.

On the 24th June 2016, Northern Ireland voted to remain in the EU by 55.8% to 44.2%.


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    • The Leave vote in Northern Ireland was 349,442 Votes (44.2% of the valid votes).
    • The Remain vote in Northern Ireland was 440,707 Votes (55.8% of the valid votes).
    • The Turnout was 62.7% of the eligible voters.

The constituencies that share a border with Ireland were more inclined to vote Remain, with Foyle having 71.8% for Remain.  The largest support for Leave came from North Antrim (the most Northern part of NI), with 62.2%.

Leave Votes by Northern Ireland Constituency

    • 62.2% North Antrim. Turnout: 64.9%
    • 55.5% Strangford. Turnout: 64.5%
    • 55.2% East Antrim. Turnout: 65.2%
    • 53.1% Lagan Valley. Turnout: 66.6%
    • 52.6% Upper Bann. Turnout: 63.8%
    • 51.4% Belfast East. Turnout: 66.5%
    • 50.6% South Antrim. Turnout: 63.4%
    • 49.6% Belfast North. Turnout: 57.5%
    • 48.0% East Londonderry. Turnout: 59.9%
    • 47.6% North Down. Turnout: 67.7%
    • 41.4% Fermanagh & South Tyrone. Turnout: 67.9% (Shared Border with Ireland)
    • 39.6% Mid Ulster. Turnout: 61.7%
    • 37.1% Newry & Armagh. Turnout: 63.7% (Shared Border with Ireland)
    • 32.8% South Down. Turnout: 62.4%
    • 33.2% West Tyrone. Turnout: 61.8% (Shared Border with Ireland)
    • 30.5% Belfast South. Turnout: 67.6%
    • 25.9% Belfast. West Turnout: 48.9%
    • 21.7% Foyle. Turnout: 57.4% (Shared Border with Ireland)

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