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The Wimbledon constituency has a total population of 97,604, of which 77,816 are eligible (18+) to vote (79.7%).
Wimbledon ranks 570th in a list of the largest constituencies in the UK (geographical size), and 292th in a list of the largest constituencies by population size.
Stephen William Hammond (born 4 February 1962) is a British Conservative Party politician and UK Government Minister.
Hammond has served as Member of Parliament (MP) for Wimbledon since winning the seat at the 2005 general election and, on 4 September 2012, was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, with responsibility for buses, rail and shipping. He lost his ministerial post in the reshuffle on 15 July 2014.
Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Hammond
Election turnout for the Wimbledon constituency in 2015 was 73.50%, higher than the average UK turnout at 66.1%.
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Election turnout for the Wimbledon constituency in 2010 was 72.1%, higher than the average UK turnout at 65.1%.
This graph shows the results from 164 people in the Wimbledon constituency who have taken our quiz, displaying which party best matches their opinions of the series of questions we ask.
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