Medway : 2009 Euro Election Results

British National Party4,741
Christian Party “Proclaiming Christ’s Lordship”851
Conservative Party18,502
English Democrats1,698
Jury Team256
Liberal Democrats5,460
No2EU: Yes to Democracy613
Pro Democracy: Libertas.eu425
Socialist Labour Party521
The Green Party4,283
The Labour Party8,745
The Peace Party – Non-Violence, Justice Environment210
The Roman Party.Ave!136
United Kingdom First392
United Kingdom Independence Party12,841

By monaxle

Dad to four boys. Married to their mum. A satisficer. Lifelong cyclist, wannabe nomad, casual snapper and music lover. Occasional glimmers of creativity. Left field, anti establishment and non conformist tendencies. Green politics. Employment in mental health and children and adults social care. Open to learning, development and growth. Often get things wrong. Sometimes getting them right.

Current digital profile along the lines of #Mastodon, #Ubuntu, #NextcloudPi, #Thunderbird, #LibreOffice, #Gimp, #DigiKam, #KeePassXC, #Brave and #StandardNotes. It’s all #foss to me.

Views and opinions are my own or plagiarised and/or paraphrased from elsewhere. Whether these are right, wrong, misinformed or inspired is pretty much down to chance and your own judgement. Be well, be happy, be safe.

2 replies on “Medway : 2009 Euro Election Results”

Thanks for posting these – I find this both scary and interesting at the same time!

I’m quite concerned about the number of people who voted for the BNP – however it doesn’t surprise me as I can see the far right gaining more support the longer the recession goes on.

I was genuinely surprised by the number of people who voted for UKIP – in fact there seems to be a genuine anti EU leaning to these votes. This could however be because of protest voting and they could have picked up a large proportion of the Labour votes – rather like the Green party (who didn’t do so well this time) did a few years ago.

One figure you haven’t published here was the turnout which was a paltry 32.87% – which says a lot about the state of the political system here in the UK at this time. I have to confess that I was one of the 67.13% who didn’t vote – partly because I forgot but the fact I forgot could have been due to a dilemma about who to vote for (for the first time in my life)

It was sad to see so many parties of intolerance, devision and nationalism on the list. I guess when the chips are down peoples true colours being to show. The mess that is the Labour party have a lot to answer for. They don’t deserve to be called Labour.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.