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Labour Leadership Election 2016

Jeremy Corbyn re-elected as Leader of the Labour Party.

 

 Jeremy-Corbyn-Labour-leadership.jpgAt the Labour Party Annual Conference in Liverpool, Labour today announced that Jeremy Corbyn had been re-elected as Leader of the Labour Party.

The full result of the election is as follows:

Jeremy Corbyn: 313,209 (61.8%)

Owen Smith:     193,229 (38.2%)

Votes cast:         506,438 (Turn-out 77.4% )

Spoiled:                 1,042

The total number of eligible voters was 654,006

 

The full breakdown by type of elector are given below:

Members

Number who voted: 285,176 (56.3% of all voters)

Voted for Jeremy Corbyn: 168,216 (59%)

Voted for Owen Smith: 116,960 (41%)

Registered supporters

Number who voted: 121,517 (24% of all voters)

Voted for Jeremy Corbyn: 84,918 (70%)

Voted for Owen Smith: 36,599 (30%)

Affiliated supporters

Number who voted: 99,745 (19.7% of all voters)

Voted for Jeremy Corbyn: 60,075 (60%)

Voted for Owen Smith: 39,670 (40%)

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