Interactive map: The North East’s new political landscape

Interactive map: The North East’s new political landscape

Last Thursday’s general election saw unprecedented changes to the North East political landscape, with traditionally Labour strongholds being won over by the Conservatives.

Blyth Valley was particularly controversial, having been a Labour seat since its creation in 1950. Other surprises included Darlington, and Sedgefield, which turned blue after 84 years of red.

Hover over the constituencies on the map to see the vote share in each constituency.

Alice Wilson

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