How Many Votes Did It Take To Elect An MP In 2010? Part 2 Scotland

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Conservatives: 412,885 votes to elect 1 MP; 16.7% of the total number of votes cast.

SNP: 81,897 votes to elect each of their 6 MPs; 19.9% of the total number of votes cast.

Liberal Democrats: 42,315 votes to elect each of their 11 MPs; 18.9% of the total number of votes cast.

Labour: 25,256 votes to elect each of their 41 MPs; 42.0% of the total number of votes cast.

And UKIP? 17,223 votes to elect 0 MPs; 0.7% of the total number of votes cast.  If UKIP really wants to surge they will have to start to campaign for a Yes in September!

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