More than 100 seats that backed Brexit now want to remain in EU , Full list

Major new analysis shows most constituencies now have majority who want to Remain

More than 100 parliamentary constituencies which backed Leave in the 2016 referendum would now vote to remain in the European Union, according to new analysis of polling.

The findings suggested that most seats in England, Scotland and Wales now contain a majority of voters who want to stay in the EU.

Among constituencies found to have switched from Leave to Remain were arch-Brexiteer Boris Johnson‘s Uxbridge and South Ruislip, Michael Gove’s Surrey Heath and the seats of pro-Brexit Labour MPs Frank Field in Birkenhead and Graham Stringer in Blackley and Broughton.

They found that 112 out of the 632 seats in England, Scotland and Wales had switched from Leave to Remain since the referendum.

These included 97 English seats, 14 in Wales and one in Scotland.

Under the Focaldata model, 341 constituencies now have a Remain majority, up from 229 in 2016.

The analysis was jointly commissioned by the anti-Brexit Best For Britain campaign and anti-fascist Hope Not Hate campaign, and published in the Remain-backing Observer newspaper.

Overall it put Remain on 53% and Leave on 47%.

It claimed the changes were largely driven by growing doubts about the case for Brexit among Labour voters in the north of England and Wales.

That could increase pressure on Jeremy Corbyn as he faces a grassroots bid for Labour to back a second EU referendum at the party’s conference next month.

Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable, who spoke at a rally of anti-Brexit People’s Vote supporters in Bristol on Saturday, said: “Nearly everyone is disillusioned by the mess the Conservatives have made of Brexit.

“This research is yet more compelling evidence that the British people must be given the final say on any – or no – Brexit deal.”

Full list of the 112 Westminster seats ‘switching from Leave to Remain’

KEY: Seat name: 2016 Remain vote -> ‘Remain vote today’ (percentage point change)

1. Liverpool Walton: 46% -> 60% (14)

2. Knowsley: 48% -> 61% (13)

3. Swansea East: 38% -> 51% (13)

4. Hayes & Harlington: 41% -> 53% (13)

5. Oldham West & Royton: 39% -> 51% (13)

6. Sheffield Brightside & Hillsborough: 39% -> 51% (12)

7. Hull North: 40% -> 52% (12)

8. Birmingham Yardley: 40% -> 52% (12)

9. Rhondda: 39% -> 51% (12)

10. Warley: 38% -> 50% (12)

11. Barking: 40% -> 51% (12)

12. Halton: 42% -> 54% (12)

13. Bootle: 45% -> 56% (11)

14. Luton North: 42% -> 53% (11)

15. Bradford East: 45% -> 56% (11)

16. Gateshead: 44% -> 55% (11)

17. Feltham & Heston: 44% -> 55% (11)

18. Preston: 43% -> 54% (11)

19. Rochdale: 43% -> 53% (11)

20. Southampton Itchen: 40% -> 51% (11)

21. Southampton Test: 49% -> 60% (11)

22. Slough: 46% -> 57% (11)

23. Portsmouth South: 48% -> 59% (11)

24. Stalybridge & Hyde: 41% -> 51% (10)

25. Blackley & Broughton: 49% -> 59% (10)

26. Liverpool West Derby: 50% -> 60% (10)

27. Luton South: 45% -> 55% (10)

28. Birkenhead: 48% -> 58% (10)

29. Coventry North East: 41% -> 51% (10)

30. Worsley & Eccles South: 40% -> 50% (10)

31. Merthyr Tydfil & Rhymney: 42% -> 51% (10)

32. Erith & Thamesmead: 46% -> 55% (10)

33. Leeds West: 45% -> 54% (9)

34. Ipswich: 43% -> 53% (9)

35. Sheffield Heeley: 42% -> 52% (9)

36. St Helens North: 42% -> 51% (9)

37. Croydon Central: 50% -> 59% (9)

38. Halifax: 41% -> 50% (9)

39. Bedford: 48% -> 57% (9)

40. Salford & Eccles: 46% -> 55% (9)

41. Gedling: 44% -> 52% (9)

42. Birmingham Hodge Hill: 49% -> 57% (8)

43. St Helens South & Whiston: 44% -> 52% (8)

44. Ellesmere Port & Neston: 42% -> 50% (8)

45. Colchester: 49% -> 57% (8)

46. Neath: 46% -> 54% (8)

47. Blackburn: 46% -> 54% (8)

48. Huddersfield: 49% -> 57% (8)

49. Uxbridge & Ruislip South: 44% -> 51% (8)

50. Bury South: 45% -> 53% (8)

51. Carshalton & Wallington: 44% -> 51% (8)

52. Leicester East: 47% -> 54% (7)

53. Cynon Valley: 43% -> 50% (7)

54. Poole: 43% -> 50% (7)

55. Caerphilly: 45% -> 52% (7)

56. Birmingham Perry Barr: 49% -> 56% (7)

57. Leicester West: 48% -> 55% (7)

58. Bournemouth East: 46% -> 53% (7)

59. Worcester: 46% -> 53% (7)

60. St Ives: 45% -> 51% (7)

61. Sutton & Cheam: 49% -> 55% (7)

62. Llanelli: 45% -> 51% (6)

63. Lancashire West: 45% -> 51% (6)

64. Watford: 49% -> 55% (6)

65. Vale of Clwyd: 44% -> 50% (6)

66. Welwyn Hatfield: 47% -> 53% (6)

67. Bury North: 46% -> 52% (6)

68. Wolverhampton South West: 46% -> 52% (6)

69. Milton Keynes South: 47% -> 53% (6)

70. Ynys Mon: 49% -> 55% (6)

71. Bracknell: 47% -> 53% (6)

72. Plymouth Sutton & Devonport: 46% -> 51% (6)

73. Chelmsford: 49% -> 55% (6)

74. Hazel Grove: 48% -> 54% (6)

75. Derby North: 46% -> 52% (6)

76. Broxtowe: 48% -> 53% (6)

77. Southend West: 45% -> 51% (6)

78. Warrington South: 49% -> 55% (6)

79. Calder Valley: 47% -> 52% (5)

80. Ilford North: 47% -> 53% (5)

81. Eltham: 48% -> 53% (5)

82. Banff & Buchan: 46% -> 51% (5)

83. Reading West: 47% -> 53% (5)

84. Aylesbury: 48% -> 53% (5)

85. Worthing East & Shoreham: 46% -> 51% (5)

86. Thornbury & Yate: 47% -> 51% (5)

87. Eastleigh: 46% -> 51% (5)

88. Lancaster & Fleetwood: 49% -> 54% (5)

89. Basingstoke: 46% -> 51% (4)

90. Shipley: 48% -> 52% (4)

91. Weaver Vale: 50% -> 54% (4)

92. High Peak: 49% -> 54% (4)

93. Swindon South: 48% -> 52% (4)

94. Carmarthen East & Dinefwr: 46% -> 50% (4)

95. Keighley: 47% -> 50% (4)

96. Aberconwy: 47% -> 50% (4)

97. Shrewsbury & Atcham: 47% -> 51% (4)

98. Newport West: 47% -> 51% (4)

99. Hertsmere: 49% -> 53% (3)

100. Somerset North East: 48% -> 51% (3)

101. Chippenham: 48% -> 51% (3)

102. Gower: 50% -> 53% (3)

103. Harborough: 48% -> 51% (3)

104. Hertfordshire North East: 49% -> 51% (3)

105. Derbyshire Mid: 47% -> 50% (3)

106. Vale of Glamorgan: 48% -> 50% (2)

107. Banbury: 49% -> 52% (2)

108. Surrey Heath: 48% -> 50% (2)

109. Wiltshire North: 50% -> 51% (2)

110. Dorset West: 49% -> 50% (1)

111. Devon East: 50% -> 51% (1)

112. Salisbury: 50% -> 51% (1)

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Source : https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-latest-polling-leave-remain-voters-westminster-constituencies-final-say-second-referendum-a8488001.html
Source : https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/brexit-seats-switch-remain-list-13070561

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