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Elections in Wales

There are four types of elections in Wales: elections to the House of Commons of the United Kingdom, elections to the devolved Senedd (Welsh Parliament; Welsh: Senedd Cymru), local elections to the 22 principal areas, and the Police and Crime Commissioner elections, in addition to by-elections for each aforementioned election. Elections are held on Election Day, which is conventionally a Thursday. Since the passing of the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011 for general elections, all four types of elections are held after fixed periods, though early elections to the UK parliament can occur in certain situations, with devolved elections being postponed to avoid elections to the UK parliament and Senedd coinciding with each other. The three electoral systems used for elections in Wales are: first-past-the-post (for UK elections and local elections), the additional member system (for Senedd elections) and the supplementary vote (for Police and Crime Commissioner elections).

Local government elections

The results of the most recent local elections, showing control party by council (left), and largest party by ward (right).

There are elections to 22 unitary authorities across Wales every four years, most recently on 4 May 2017. The electoral system used is First Past The Post. The largest unitary authorities in Wales are Cardiff, Newport and Swansea councils, which all lie in the southern coastal belt.

Police and crime commissioner elections

Police and crime commissioners were established in England and Wales, replacing the local police authorities, following the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition agreement of 2010, with the first Police and crime commissioners elected in 2012.

Devolved parliament elections

There have been six elections to the devolved parliament of Wales, based in Cardiff Bay since 1999. These elections are held every five years to elect sixty Members of the Senedd (MSs; formerly Assembly Members, ASs). Voters have two votes: forty MSs are elected by the First Past the Post system in individual constituencies, and a further twenty MSs are elected by a regional top-up system in which voters vote by region. The regions are: Mid and West Wales, North Wales, South Wales Central, South Wales East and South Wales West, whereas the constituencies are the same used for elections to the UK parliament. Each region elects four MSs, to achieve approximately proportional representation overall, with every individual in Wales being represented by five MSs in total, their local constituency MS and four regional MSs. Between its inception in 1999, it was known as the 'National Assembly for Wales'. Legislation was passed in 2020, for a name change on 6 May 2020 to its current name, 'Senedd Cymru' or the 'Welsh Parliament' (or simply 'Senedd') to fully reflect its constitutional status as a law-making and tax-setting parliament.[1] It is based in Cardiff Bay, initially (as the Assembly) in T? Hywel from 1999 to 2006, until it moved to the Senedd building, which opened on 1 March 2006, where the Assembly and now Senedd has been based since 2006. The elections were held every four years from 1999, but were increased to five years following the Wales Act 2014 for the 2016 election.

The 2021 Senedd election on 6 May 2021, was the first election to the devolved parliament since its name change. The election took place akin to previous elections when it was known as the National Assembly for Wales.

as the Senedd

Elections to the institution prior to 2020, with the last being in 2016, were done under the previous name the 'National Assembly for Wales' (see below). Following legislation in 2020, any subsequent elections, from the 2021 Senedd election will be under its new name.

2026

The next Senedd election is expected to be held on Thursday 7 May 2026, under the provisions of the Wales Act 2014 where Senedd terms are five-year terms. This date can be postponed under circumstances including public health or safety emergencies, or an early UK parliamentary election (itself expected in 2024, but can be held prior).

2021

It was the sixth general election since the establishment of the institution in 1999. It was held along with the other 2021 United Kingdom local elections and was the first election where 16 and 17-year-olds were allowed to vote in Wales, which is the largest extension of the franchise in Wales since 1969. Both changes were a result of the Senedd and Elections (Wales) Bill 2019.[2]

A map showing the constituency winners of the Election by their party colours.
Overall turnout: 46.5%

as the National Assembly for Wales (1999-2020)

Elections to the then 'National Assembly for Wales' occurred from its first election in 1999 up until the 2016 election (with any subsequent elections being as the 'Senedd'). This follows the 1997 devolution referendum where Welsh voters narrowly approved the formation of the devolved institution. The institution is now known as the Senedd (Welsh Parliament; Welsh: Senedd Cymru) (see above).

2016

A map showing the constituency winners of the Election by their party colours.
Overall turnout: 45.3%

2011

A map showing the constituency winners of the Election by their party colours.
Overall turnout: 42.2%

2007

A map showing the constituency winners of the Election by their party colours.
Overall turnout: 43.7%

2003

A map showing the constituency winners of the Election by their party colours.
Overall turnout: 38.2%

1999

A map showing the constituency winners of the Election by their party colours.
Overall turnout: 46%

Past elections and referendums

UK parliament elections

Map of the 2019 election results.
Map of the 2017 election results.

Wales has been eligible to send MPs to Westminster since the Laws in Wales Act 1535. Between then and 1885, most constituencies were categorised as county or borough constituencies; each sent one MP to Westminster. As the Industrial Revolution took hold there were many calls for reform (particularly in towns such as Merthyr Tydfil). Parliament eventually[when?] allowed the new towns to vote, and this introduced the first Labour MPs. The first leader of the Labour Party in Parliament, Keir Hardie, was one of the two MPs for Merthyr Tydfil. The following table shows the composition of Wales' Westminster MPs since 1885.

Year Labour Liberal Democrat/
Liberal
Conservative Plaid Cymru Independent Liberal Unionist Independent Labour Others
1885 - 29 4 - - - - 1
1886 - 26 6 - - 1 - 1
1892 - 30 3 - - - - 1
1895 - 24 8 - - 1 - 1
1900 1 26 6 - - 1 - 1
1906 1 28 - - - - 1 -
Jan 1910 5 27 2 - - - - -
Dec 1910 6 26 3 - - - 1 -
1918 10 19 4 - - - - 20
1922 18 2 6 - - - 1 9
1923 19 11 4 - - - - 2
1924 16 11 9 - - - - -
1929 25 10 1 - - - - -
1931 15 5 6 - - - 1 9
1935 18 8 6 - - - - 4
1945 25 7 3 - - - - 1
1950 27 5 3 - - - - 1
1951 27 3 5 - - - - 1
1955 27 3 5 - - - - 1
1959 27 2 6 - - - - 1
1964 28 2 6 - - - - -
1966 32 1 3 - - - - -
1970 27 1 7 - - - 1 -
Feb 1974 24 2 8 2 - - - -
Oct 1974 23 2 8 3 - - - -
1979 22 1 11 2 - - - -
1983 20 2 14 2 - - - -
1987 24 3 8 3 - - - -
1992 27 1 6 4 - - - -
1997 34 2 - 4 - - - -
2001 34 2 - 4 - - - -
2005 29 4 3 3 1 - - -
2010 26 3 8 3 - - - -
2015 25 1 11 3 - - - -
2017 28 - 8 4 - - - -
2019 22 - 14 4 - - - -

Detailed breakdowns

2019

Party[3] Seats Votes
Total Gains Losses Net +/- % seats Total % Change
Labour 22 0 6 Decrease 6 55 632,035 40.9 Decrease 8.0
Conservative 14 6[a] 0 Increase 6 35 557,234 36.1 Increase 2.5
Plaid Cymru 4 0 0 Steady 10 153,265 9.9 Decrease 0.5
Liberal Democrats 0 0 0[b] Steady 0 92,171 6.0 Increase 1.5
Brexit Party 0 0 0 Steady 0 83,908 5.4 new
Green 0 0 0 Steady 0 15,828 1.0 Increase 0.7
  Independents 0 0 0[c] Steady 0 6,220 0.4 N/A
Gwlad 0 0 0 Steady 0 1,515 0.1 new
Cynon Valley 0 0 0 Steady 0 1,322 0.1 new
Monster Raving Loony 0 0 0 Steady 0 345 0.0 Steady
Christian 0 0 0 Steady 0 245 0.0 new[d]
SDP 0 0 0 Steady 0 181 0.0 new[d]
Socialist Alternative 0 0 0 Steady 0 88 0.0 new[e]
Total 40 1,544,357 Turnout 66.6
  1. ^ Not including Brecon and Radnorshire and Aberconwy, which the Conservative Party won in 2017 but did not control when parliament was dissolved.
  2. ^ Not including Brecon and Radnorshire, which the Liberal Democrats won in a 2019 by-election.
  3. ^ Not including Aberconwy, previously controlled by the independent Guto Bebb who lost the Conservative Party whip in 2019.
  4. ^ a b Party entered candidates in the 2017 general election but not in any Welsh seats.
  5. ^ Party has entered candidates in past general elections but not the 2017 general election.
Popular vote
Labour
40.9%
Conservative
36.1%
Plaid Cymru
9.9%
Liberal Democrats
6.0%
Brexit Party
5.0%
Greens
1.0%
Parliament seats
Labour
55%
Conservative
35%
Plaid Cymru
10%

2017

Party Seats Votes
Total Gains Losses Net +/- % seats Total % Change
Labour 28 3 0 Increase3 70.0 771,354 48.9 Increase12.1
Conservative 8 0 3 Decrease3 20.0 528,839 33.6 Increase6.3
Plaid Cymru 4 1 0 Increase1 10.0 164,466 10.4 Decrease1.7
Liberal Democrats 0 0 1 Decrease1 -- 71,039 4.5 Decrease2.0
UKIP 0 0 0 0 -- 31,376 2.0 Decrease11.6
Green 0 0 0 0 -- 5,128 0.3 Decrease2.2
  Others 0 0 0 0 -- 3,612 0.2 Decrease0.1
Total 40 1,575,814 Turnout 68.6
Popular vote
Labour
48.9%
Conservative
33.6%
Plaid Cymru
10.4%
Liberal Democrats
4.5%
UKIP
2.0%
Greens
0.3%
Other
0.2%
Parliament seats
Labour
70%
Conservative
20%
Plaid Cymru
10%

2015

Party Seats Votes
Total Gains Losses Net +/- % seats Total % Change
Labour 25 1 2 Decrease1 62.5 552,473 36.9 Increase0.6
Conservative 11 3 0 Increase3 27.5 407,813 27.2 Increase1.1
UKIP 0 0 0 Steady -- 204,330 13.6 Increase11.2
Plaid Cymru 3 0 0 Steady 7.5 181,704 12.1 Increase0.8
Liberal Democrats 1 0 2 Decrease2 2.5 97,783 6.5 Decrease13.6
Green 0 0 0 Steady -- 38,344 2.6 Increase2.1
Socialist Labour 0 0 0 Steady -- 3,481 0.2 Increase0.2
TUSC 0 0 0 Steady -- 1,780 0.1 Increase0.1
  Others 0 0 0 Steady -- 10,355 0.7 Decrease0.5
Total 40 1,498,063
Popular vote
Labour
36.87%
Conservative
27.22%
UKIP
13.64%
Plaid Cymru
12.13%
Liberal Democrats
6.53%
Greens
2.56%
Other
1.05%
Parliament seats
Labour
62.50%
Conservative
27.50%
Plaid Cymru
7.50%
Liberal Democrats
2.50%

2010

Party Seats Votes
Total Gains Losses Net +/- % seats Total % Change
Labour 26 1 5 Decrease4 65.0 531,601 36.2 Decrease6.5
Conservative 8 5 0 Increase5 20.0 382,730 26.1 Increase4.7
Liberal Democrats 3 0 1 Decrease1 7.5 295,164 20.1 Increase1.7
Plaid Cymru 3 1 0 Increase1 7.5 165,394 11.3 Decrease1.3
UKIP 0 0 0 0 -- 35,690 2.4 Increase1.0
BNP 0 0 0 0 -- 23,088 1.6 Increase1.5
Green 0 0 0 0 -- 6,293 0.4 Decrease0.1
Christian 0 0 0 0 -- 1,947 0.1 N/A
TUSC 0 0 0 0 -- 341 0.0 N/A
  Others 0 0 1 Decrease1 -- 24,442 1.7 Decrease1.1
Total 40 1,466,690 64.9
Popular vote
Labour
36.2%
Conservative
26.1%
Liberal Democrats
20.1%
Plaid Cymru
11.3%
UKIP
2.4%
BNP
1.6%
Greens
0.4%
Other
1.8%
Parliament seats
Labour
65.0%
Conservative
20.0%
Liberal Democrats
7.50%
Plaid Cymru
7.50%

2005

Party Candidates Seats Seats
change
Votes % %
change
Labour 29 Decrease5 594,821 42.7 Decrease5.9
Conservative 3 Increase3 297,830 21.4 Increase0.4
Liberal Democrats 4 Increase2 256,249 18.4 Increase4.6
Plaid Cymru 3 Decrease1 174,838 12.6 Decrease1.7
UKIP 0 Steady 20,297 1.5
Green 0 Steady 7,144 0.5
Forward Wales 0 Steady 3,461 0.2
Legalise Cannabis 0 Steady 1,772 0.1
BNP 0 Steady 1,689 0.1
Socialist Labour 0 Steady 1,605 0.1
Veritas 0 Steady 1,437 0.1
Respect 0 Steady 643 0.0
Liberal 0 Steady 605 0.0
Socialist Alliance 0 Steady 557 0.0
Communist 0 Steady 440 0.0
Yourself 0 Steady 284 0.0
Bean Party 0 Steady 159 0.0
Independent 1 Increase1 28,888 2.3
Turnout: 1,392,719 62.4

2001

Party Candidates Seats Seats
change
Votes % %
change
Labour 40 34 Steady 666,956 48.6 Decrease6.1
Conservative 40 0 Steady 288,623 21.0 Increase1.4
Plaid Cymru 40 4 Steady 195,893 14.3 Increase4.4
Liberal Democrats 2 Steady 189,254 13.8 Increase1.5
UKIP 0 Steady 12,552 0.9
Green 0 Steady 3,753 0.3
Socialist Labour 0 Steady 2,805 0.2
Socialist Alliance 0 Steady 2,258 0.2
ProLife Alliance 0 Steady 1,609 0.1
Communist 0 Steady 384 0.0
BNP 0 Steady 278 0.0
Others Steady 7,959 0.6
Turnout: 1,372,324 61.6

European Parliament

Wales was a constituency in European Parliament elections. Following the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union on 31 January 2020, Wales no longer elects representatives to the European Parliament.

2019

European Election 2019: Wales[4][5]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Brexit Party Nathan Gill (1)
James Wells (3)
Gethin James, Julie Price
271,404
(135,702)
32.46
Plaid Cymru Jill Evans (2)
Carmen Smith, Patrick McGuinness, Ioan Bellin
163,928 19.60 Increase4.34
Labour Jacqueline Jones (4)
Matthew Dorrance, Mary Wimbury, Mark Whitcott
127,833 15.29 Decrease12.86
Liberal Democrats Sam Bennett, Donna Lalek, Alistair Cameron, Andrew Parkhurst 113,885 13.62 Increase9.67
Conservative Daniel Boucher, Craig Lawton, Fay Jones, Tomos Davies 54,587 6.53 Decrease10.90
Green Anthony Slaughter, Ian Chandler, Ceri Davies, Duncan Rees 52,660 6.30 Increase1.76
UKIP Kristian Hicks, Keith Edwards, Thomas Harrison, Robert McNeil-Wilson 27,566 3.30 Decrease24.26
Change UK Jon Owen Jones, June Davies, Matthew Paul, Sally Anne Stephenson 24,332 2.91 Increase2.91
Turnout 836,195 37.1 Increase5.6

2019 opinion polls

Date(s) Polling organisation/client Sample Lab UKIP Con Plaid Green Lib Dems Brexit Change UK Others Lead
16-20 May 2019 YouGov/ITV 1,009 15% 2% 7% 19% 8% 10% 36% 2% 0% 17%
10-15 May 2019 YouGov/Plaid Cymru 1,133 18% 3% 7% 16% 8% 10% 33% 4% 0% 15%
2-5 April 2019 YouGov/ITV 1,025 30% 11% 16% 15% 5% 6% 10% 8% 1% 14%
22 May 2014 2014 EU election results 733,060 28.2% 27.6% 17.4% 15.3% 4.5% 4.0% N/A N/A 3.2% 0.6%

2014

European Election 2014: Wales
List Candidates Votes % ±
Labour Derek Vaughan
Jayne Bryant, Alex Thomas, Christina Rees[7][8]
206,332 28.15 +7.9
UKIP Nathan Gill
James Cole, Caroline Jones, David Rowlands[8][9]
201,983 27.55 +14.8
Conservative Kay Swinburne
Aled Davies, Dan Boucher, Richard Hopkin[8][10]
127,742 17.43 −3.8
Plaid Cymru Jill Evans
Marc Jones, Stephen Cornelius, Ioan Bellin[8][11][12]
111,864 15.26 −3.3
Green Pippa Bartolotti, John Matthews, Chris Were, Rosemary Cutler[8][13][14] 33,275 4.54 −1.0
Liberal Democrats Alec Dauncey, Robert Speht, Jackie Radford, Bruce Roberts[8] 28,930 3.95 −6.7
BNP Mike Whitby, Laurence Reid, Jean Griffin, Gary Tumulty[8] 7,655 1.04 −4.4
Britain First Paul Golding, Anthony Golding, Christine Smith, Anne Elstone[8] 6,633 0.9 0.00
Socialist Labour Andrew Jordan, Katherine Jones, David Lloyd Jones, Liz Screen[8] 4,459 0.61 −1.2
NO2EU Robert Griffiths, Claire Job, Steve Skelly, Laura Picand[8] 2,803 0.38 −0.9
Socialist (GB) Brian Johnson, Richard Cheney, Ed Blewitt, Howard Moss[8][15] 1,384 0.19 0.00
Turnout 733,060 31.5 +1.1

2009

European Election 2009: Wales[16][17]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Conservative Kay Swinburne
Evan Price, Emma Greenow, David Chipp
145,193 21.2 +1.8
Labour Derek Vaughan
Lisa Stevens, Rachel Maycock, Leighton Veale
138,852 20.3 −12.2
Plaid Cymru Jill Evans
Eurig Wyn, Ioan Bellin, Natasha Asghar
126,702 18.5 +1.1
UKIP John Bufton
David Bevan, Kevin Mahoney, David Rowlands
87,585 12.8 +2.3
Liberal Democrats Alan Butt Phillip, Kevin O'Connor, Nick Tregoning, Jackie Radford 73,082 10.7 +0.2
Green Jake Griffiths, Kay Roney, Ann Were, John Matthews 38,160 5.6 +2.0
BNP Ennys Hughes, Laurence Read, Clive Bennett, Kevin Edwards 37,114 5.4 +2.5
Christian Jeffrey Green, David Griffiths, Alun Owen, John Harrold 13,037 1.9 N/A
Socialist Labour Robert English, Richard Booth, Liz Screen, Judith Sambrook 12,402 1.8 N/A
NO2EU Robert Griffiths, Rob Williams, Laura Picand, Trevor Jones 8,600 1.3 N/A
Jury Team Paul Sabanskis, James Eustace, Neil Morgan, Steven Partridge 3,793 0.6 N/A
Turnout 684,520 30.4 −11.0

2004

European Election 2004: Wales[18]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Labour Glenys Kinnock, Eluned Morgan
Gareth Williams, Gwennan Jeremiah
297,810
(148,905)
32.5 +0.6
Conservative Jonathan Evans
Owen Williams, Felicity Elphick, Albert Fox
177,771 19.4 −3.3
Plaid Cymru Jill Evans
Jon Blackwood, Eilian Williams, Gwenllian Lansdown
159,888 17.4 −12.2
UKIP David Rowlands, Clive Easton, Elizabeth Phillips, Timothy Jenkins 96,677 10.5 +7.4
Liberal Democrats David John Williams, Alison Goldsworthy, Nicholas Tregoning, Nilmini Priyanga de Silva 96,116 10.5 +2.3
Green Martyn Shrewsbury, Molly Scott Cato, David Bradney, Dorienne Robinson 32,761 3.6 +1.0
BNP John Walker, Pauline Gregory, James Roberts, Mark Stringfellow[19] 27,135 3.0 N/A
Forward Wales Ron Davies, Wendy Paintsil, Janet Williams, Graham Jones 17,280 1.9 N/A
Christian Democratic Party Catherine Smith, Christine West, Joseph Biddulph, Robert Evans 6,821 0.7 N/A
Respect Helen Griffin, Huw Williams, Raja Gul Raiz, Taran O'Sullivan 5,427 0.6 N/A
Turnout 917,686 41.4 +12.4

1999

European Election 1999: Wales[20]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Labour Glenys Kinnock, Eluned Morgan
Joe Wilson, Gareth Williams, Jane Hutt
199,690
(99,845)
31.9 N/A
Plaid Cymru Jill Evans, Eurig Wyn
Marc Phillips, Susanna Perkins, Owain Llywelyn
185,235
(92,617.5)
29.6 N/A
Conservative Jonathan Evans
Chris Butler, Owen John Williams, Robert Buckland, Edmund Hayward
142,631 22.8 N/A
Liberal Democrats Roger Roberts, Peter Price, Alistair Cameron, Juliana Hughes, John Dixon 51,283 8.2 N/A
UKIP Dai Rees, Niall Warry, Idris Richard Francis, Alan Barham, David Lloyd 19,702 3.1 N/A
Green Molly Scott Cato, Klaus Armstrong-Braun, Sue Walker, Rachel Kalela, John Matthews 16,146 2.6 N/A
Pro-Euro Conservative William Powell, Jennifer Harris, Antonio Fernandes-Vidal, Alan Morris, Christopher Hodgkinson 5,834 0.9 N/A
Socialist Labour Elizabeth Screen, Darren Hickery, Stephen Bell, Miriam Bowen, George Tafarides 4,283 0.7 N/A
Natural Law David Hughes, Brian Francis, Helen Evans, Andrea Jarman, John Ashforth 1,621 0.3 N/A
Turnout 626,425 29.0 N/A

1994

Party Seats Seats
change
Votes % %
change
Labour 5 Increase1 530,749 55.86 Increase6.93
Plaid Cymru 0 Steady 162,478 17.10 Increase4.21
Conservative 0 Steady 138,349 14.56 Decrease8.89
SLD 0 Steady 82,480 8.68 Increase5.46
Green 0 Steady 19,413 2.04 Decrease9.11
Natural Law 0 - 6,081 0.64 -
UKIP 0 - 5,536 0.58 -
Independent 0 - 2,729 0.29 -
Socialist Alliance 0 - 1,270 1.33 -
Communist 0 - 1,073 0.11 -
Turnout: 950,158

1989

Party Seats Seats
change
Votes % %
change
Labour 4 Increase1 436,730 48.93 Increase4.1
Conservative 0 Decrease1 209,313 23.45 Decrease1.91
Plaid Cymru 0 Steady 115,062 12.89 Increase0.69
Green 0 Steady 99,546 11.15 Increase10.64
SLD 0 Steady 28,785 3.22 Decrease14.18
SDP 0 - 3,153 0.35 -
Turnout: 892,589

1984

Party Seats Seats
change
Votes % %
change
Labour 3 Steady 375,982 44.53 Increase2.83
Conservative 1 Steady 214,086 25.36 Decrease10.98
Alliance 0 Steady 146,947 17.40 Increase7.79
Plaid Cymru 0 Steady 103,031 12.20 Increase0.41
Ecology 0 - 4,266 0.51 -
Turnout: 844,312

1979

Party Seats Seats
change
Votes % %
change
Labour 3 - 294,978 41.70 -
Conservative 1 - 257,029 36.34 -
Plaid Cymru 0 - 83,399 11.79 -
Liberal 0 - 67,962 9.61 -
Independent 0 - 4,008 0.57 -
Turnout: 707,376

See also

References

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