The results of the poll in the Brighton & Hove City Council area were as follows:

 

Candidate Results
British National Party 1,055
Christian Peoples Alliance 279
Conservatives - Putting Britain First   15,844
English Democrats Party   471
Green Party  12,106
Labour Party Candidates  12,072
Liberal Democrats    7,899
Peace Party - Non-violence, Justice, Environment 480
ProLife  216
Respect - The Unity Coalition (George Galloway)   996
Senior Citizens Party   1,353
UK Independence Party 7,936
Philip Rhodes 172

114 ballot papers were rejected. The electorate was 182,950 and the turnout was 33.33%.

The results of the poll for the whole of the South East Region were as follows:

 

Candidate Result
British National Party   64,877
Christian Peoples Alliance  11,733
Conservatives - Putting Britain First  776,370
English Democrats Party 29,126
Green Party   173,351
Labour Party Candidates  301,398
Liberal Democrats  338,342
Peace Party - Non-violence, Justice, Environment 12,572
ProLife  6,579
Respect - The Unity Coalition (George Galloway) 13,426
Senior Citizens Party  42,861
UK Independence Party 431,111
Philip Rhodes  5,671

12,002 ballot papers were rejected. The electorate was 6,048,276 and the turnout was 36.75%.

The ten South East MEPs elected were as follows:

  • Daniel John Hannan (Conservatives - Putting Britain First)
  • Nigel Paul Farage (UK Independence Party)
  • Niranjan Joseph Aditya Deva (Conservatives - Putting Britain First)
  • Christopher Murray Paul Huhne (Liberal Democrats)
  • Peter William Skinner (Labour Party Candidates)
  • James Edmund Moncrieff Elles (Conservatives - Putting Britain First)
  • Ashley Mote (UK Independence Party)
  • Richard James Ashworth (Conservatives - Putting People First)
  • Caroline Patricia Lucas (Green Party)
  • Baroness Emma Harriet Nicholson (Liberal Democrats)