The Office for National Statistics has today published new statistics on electorate populations in local areas. There are two tables of data, both reflecting the number of electors registered to vote in the UK on 1 December of 2011. Table 1 provides local government electors by local government areas (i.e. county and districts/boroughs in Warwickshire’s case). Table 2 provides parliamentary electors by parliamentary constituencies in the UK.
To see the data for Warwickshire, click here.
All five districts/boroughs have experienced an increase during the past twelve months, with the greatest growth in the south of the county (reflecting trends for the past decade). Most constituency areas have also increased; the exception is Rugby, which has 0.2% fewer electors registered in 2011 than 2010.