European Parliament elections results 2019
European Parliamentary elections took place in the UK on Thursday 23 May 2019.
The votes cast in the city were counted at the American Express Community Stadium on Sunday 26 May.
The results for Brighton & Hove were collated as part of the South East of England region, represented by 10 MEPs. The South East region covers:
- East Sussex
- Isle of Wight
- West Sussex
South East of England region results
The poll and declaration of results for the South East of England were administered by the Regional Returning Officer at Southampton City Council.
The results for the South East were declared in Southampton in the early hours of Monday morning. View the full results, elected MEPs and declaration.
Brighton & Hove votes
The turnout across Brighton & Hove was 91,734. This is 46.83% of an electorate of 195,874 voters. View the full verification and turnout figures (PDF 8KB).
|Name of party||Number of votes|
|Change UK – The Independent Group||4,478|
|Conservative and Unionist Party||4,739|
|The Brexit Party||15,914|
|The Socialist Party of Great Britain||180|
|UK European Union Party (UKEUP)||219|
|UK Independence Party (UKIP)||944|
|McMahon, Jason Guy Spencer (Independent)||68|
|Round, David Victor (Independent)||34|
|Turberville, Michael Jeffrey (Independent)||29|