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The South Suffolk constituency has a total population of 91,938, of which 73,268 are eligible (18+) to vote (79.7%).
South Suffolk ranks 95th in a list of the largest constituencies in the UK (geographical size), and 407th in a list of the largest constituencies by population size.
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Election turnout for the South Suffolk constituency in 2015 was 70.90%, higher than the average UK turnout at 66.1%.
|Candidate||Party||Gender||Date of Birth||Website|
|Grace Weaver||Liberal Democrat||Female||13 July 1989 (32)||-||http://www.southsuffolklibdems.co.uk/|
|Robert Lindsay||Green||Male||13 August 1964 (57)||-||http://babergh.greenparty.org.uk/|
|Stephen Todd||Christian Peoples Alliance||Male||-||-||http://www.cpaparty.net/|
|Steven Whalley||UK Independence Party||Male||26 December 1950 (71)||-||http://www.stevenwhalley.uk/|
Election turnout for the South Suffolk constituency in 2010 was %, lower than the average UK turnout at 65.1%.
This graph shows the results from 65 people in the South Suffolk constituency who have taken our quiz, displaying which party best matches their opinions of the series of questions we ask.
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