Please note this website was created for the 2015 General Election. Due to the lack of preparation time, we have not updated this website for the 2017 Election. Why?
Please note that we are currently updating our website to represent the results of the 2015 General Election, the newly elected MPs and their respective constituencies.
The Preston constituency has a total population of 95,122, of which 74,245 are eligible (18+) to vote (78.1%).
Preston ranks 521th in a list of the largest constituencies in the UK (geographical size), and 347th in a list of the largest constituencies by population size.
Mark Phillip Hendrick (born 2 November 1958) is a British Labour Co-operative politician. Since the 2000 Preston by-election, at which he retained the seat for his party, Hendrick has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituency. He is a member of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee. Hendrick previously represented the Central Lancashire seat as a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) from 1994–1999.
Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Hendrick
Election turnout for the Preston constituency in 2015 was 55.80%, lower than the average UK turnout at 66.1%.
|Liberal Democrat||Jewell, Mark|
Election turnout for the Preston constituency in 2010 was 52%, higher than the average UK turnout at 65.1%.
This graph shows the results from 65 people in the Preston constituency who have taken our quiz, displaying which party best matches their opinions of the series of questions we ask.
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