Northern Ireland Election Results 2017 Live By Party Constituency Winner List

Last Modified: March 4, 2017 at 5:55 pm

Northern Ireland Election Results 2017 Live By Party Constituency Winner List

Northern Ireland Assembly election Dates 2017

National Assembly Election Date: 2 March 2017

Find Northern Ireland Election Results 2017 Live Party Constituency Winner List. The next Northern Ireland Assembly election is to be held on 2 March 2017 to elect members (MLAs) to the Northern Ireland Assembly following the resignation of deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness in protest over the Renewable Heat Incentive scandal. It will be the sixth election since the Assembly was re-established in 1998. It will be the first to elect 90 MLAs to the Assembly, a reduction from the previous 108.

 


Northern Ireland Assembly election Results Live 2017

Counting has concluded with DUP getting 28 seats of 90 seats and SF got 27 seats.

Northern Ireland Assembly election Results Live 2017 By Party

Party Leader Seats votes 1st Pref %
DUP Arlene Foster 28 225413 28.10%
Sinn Féin Gerry Adams 27 224245 27.90%
SDLP Colum Eastwood 12 95958 11.90%
UUP Mike Nesbitt 10 103314 12.90%
Alliance Naomi Long 8 72717 9.10%
Green (NI) Steven Agnew 2 18527 2.30%
TUV Jim Allister 1 20523 2.60%
People Before Profit Eamonn McCann 1 14100 1.80%
PUP Billy Hutchinson 0 5590 0.70%
NI Conservatives Theresa May 0 2399 0.30%
Labour Alternative Owen McCracken 0 2009 0.30%
UKIP Paul Nuttall 0 1579 0.20%
CISTA Barry Brown 0 1273 0.20%
Workers' Party John Lowry 0 1261 0.20%
Independents N/A 1 14407 1.80%
Seats total 90 803315  
and Valid Votes      
Invalid Votes   9468 1.20%
Total valid poll   812783 98.80%
Electorate and turnout   1254709 64.78%

 

Northern Ireland Assembly election Results Live 2017 By Constituency

Click on the constituency below to get detailed result of that constituency.


Constituency Total PBP Green Sinn SDLP Alli- UUP DUP TUV Ind.
  seats     Féin   ance        
North Antrim 5 1 1 2 1
East Antrim 5 1 2 2
South Antrim 5 1 1 1 2
Belfast North 5 2 1 2
Belfast West 5 1 4
Belfast South 5 1 1 1 1 1
Belfast East 5 2 1 2
North Down 5 1 1 1 2
Strangford 5 1 1 3
Lagan Valley 5 1 1 1 2
Upper Bann 5 1 1 1 2
South Down 5 2 2 1
Newry and Armagh 5 3 1 1
Fermanagh & South Tyrone 5 3 1 1
West Tyrone 5 3 1 1
Mid Ulster 5 3 1 1
Foyle 5 2 2 1
East Londonderry 5 1 1 2 1
Total 90 1 x 27 12 8 x x 1 1

 


 

Northern Ireland Assembly election Voting Live Updates 2017

  1. Electoral Office believes that turnout will be more than last year which was 55%
  2. The official turnout not to be known till Friday.
  3. Two hundred and twenty-eight candidates are competing for 90 seats across 18 constituencies.
  4. 46% in one district of Lagan Valley to a high of nearly 80% in one area of Mid Ulster.
  5. Count will get under way at 08:00 GMT on Friday with the final results not expected to be confirmed until Saturday afternoon.
  6. Sinn Fein, now led by the untested Michelle O’Neill after McGuinness’ retirement on health grounds, will probably come second.
  7. This is second election in less than a year.
  8. Power-sharing arrangements between the two largest parties at Stormont – the Democratic Unionists and Sinn Fein – collapsed in January.
  9. Arlene Foster is leading DUP, Michelle O'Neill leading Sinn Féin
  10. If post-election talks cannot mend tensions between the former coalition partners then direct rule from London would be there.
  11. An alternative cross-community partnership of the Ulster Unionists and nationalist Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) is bidding to wrest control away from the fractious former allies.

Northern Ireland Assembly election Results Live 2017 By Party

The Election Results Will be released on 3rd March Morning 2017. Acc to Opinion polls DUP is ahead of SF

  1. Overall turnout expected to be crossing 64%.
  2. Counting to start soon. Results will start coming in thereafter
0% votes Counted
Constituency DUP% SF%
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East Antrim    
South Antrim    
Fermanagh    
South Tyrone    
West Tyrone    
East Londonderry    
Foyle    
North Down    
Strangford    
Mid-Ulster    

Northern Ireland Assembly election Results Live 2017 By Constituency

 

 


Electoral system of Northern Ireland

In May 2013, Theresa Villiers, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, announced the next Assembly election would be postponed to May 2016, and would be held at fixed intervals of five years thereafter.Section 7 of the Northern Ireland (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2014 specifies that elections will be held on the first Thursday in May on the fifth calendar year following that in which its predecessor was elected, which would be 6 May 2021.

 


Candidates for Assembly Elections 2017

Nominations opened on 27 January 2017 for the assembly election and closed on 8 February 2017.
A total of 228 candidates are contesting the 90 available seats in the Assembly, a reduction from the 276 who contested the 108 seats available in 2016.
The table below lists all of the nominated candidates.Candidates for the same party in a constituency are listed in alphabetical order, which is the order they will appear on the ballot paper.

Constituency

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DUP SF UUP SDLP Alliance TUV Green Conservative
Belfast East Joanne Bunting* Mairéad O'Donnell Andy Allen* Séamas de Faoite Naomi Long* Andrew Girvin Georgina Milne Sheila Bodel
  David Douglas       Chris Lyttle*    
  Robin Newton*              
Belfast North Paula Bradley* Gerry Kelly* Robert Foster Nichola Mallon* Nuala McAllister Malachai O'Hara
  William Humphrey* Carál Ní Chuilín*          
  Nelson McCausland*            
                 
Belfast South Emma Pengelly* Máirtín Ó Muilleoir* Michael Henderson Naomh Gallagher Paula Bradshaw* John Hiddleston Clare Bailey* George Jabbour
  Christopher Stalford*   Claire Hanna* Emmet McDonough-Brown  
                 
Belfast West Frank McCoubrey Órlaithí Flynn* Fred Rogers Alex Attwood* Sorcha Eastwood Ellen Murray
    Alex Maskey*          
    Fra McCann*          
    Pat Sheehan*          
East Antrim David Hilditch* Oliver McMullan* Roy Beggs, Jr.* Margaret Anne McKillop Stewart Dickson* Ruth Wilson Dawn Patterson Alan Dunlop
  Gordon Lyons*   John Stewart Danny Donnelly    
  Stephen Ross              
East Londonderry Maurice Bradley* Caoimhe Archibald* William McCandless John Dallat^ Chris McCaw Jordan Armstrong Anthony Flynn David Harding
  Adrian McQuillan* Cathal Ó hOisín^          
  George Robinson*            
                 
Fermanagh and South Tyrone Arlene Foster* Jemma Dolan Rosemary Barton* Richie McPhillips* Noreen Campbell Alex Elliott Tanya Jones Richard Dunn
  Maurice Morrow* Michelle Gildernew*        
    Seán Lynch*          
Foyle Gary Middleton* Elisha McCallion Julia Kee Mark H. Durkan* Colm Cavanagh Shannon Downey Stuart Canning
    Raymond McCartney* Colum Eastwood*      
                 
Lagan Valley Paul Givan* Peter Doran Robbie Butler* Pat Catney Trevor Lunn* Samuel Morrison Dan Barrios-O'Neill Matthew Robinson
  Brenda Hale*   Jenny Palmer*        
  Edwin Poots*              
Mid Ulster Keith Buchanan* Linda Dillon* Sandra Overend* Patsy McGlone* Fay Watson Hannah Loughrin Stefan Taylor
    Ian Milne*          
    Michelle O'Neill*          
Newry and Armagh William Irwin* Cathal Boylan* Danny Kennedy* Justin McNulty* Jackie Coade Rowan Tunnicliffe
    Megan Fearon*          
    Conor Murphy*          
North Antrim Paul Frew* Philip McGuigan* Robin Swann* Connor Duncan Patricia O'Lynn Jim Allister* Mark Bailey
  Philip Logan*         Timothy Gaston  
  Mervyn Storey*              
North Down Gordon Dunne* Kieran Maxwell Alan Chambers* Caoímhe McNeill Stephen Farry* Steven Agnew* Frank Shivers
  Alex Easton*   William Cudworth        
                 
South Antrim Pam Cameron* Declan Kearney* Steve Aiken* Roisin Lynch David Ford* Richard Cairns Eleanor Bailey Mark Logan
  Trevor Clarke*   Adrian Cochrane-Watson^      
  Paul Girvan*              
South Down Jim Wells* Sinead Ennis Harold McKee* Sinead Bradley* Patrick Brown Lyle Rea Hannah George Gary Hynds
    Chris Hazzard* Colin McGrath*      
Strangford Simon Hamilton* Dermot Kennedy Mike Nesbitt* Joe Boyle Kellie Armstrong* Stephen Cooper Ricky Bamford Scott Benton
  Michelle McIlveen* Philip Smith*        
  Peter Weir**              
Upper Bann Jonathan Buckley John O'Dowd* Doug Beattie* Dolores Kelly^ Tara Doyle Roy Ferguson Simon Lee Ian Nichols
  Carla Lockhart* Nuala Toman Jo-Anne Dobson*        
West Tyrone Thomas Buchanan* Michaela Boyle* Alicia Clarke Daniel McCrossan* Stephen Donnelly Charlie Chittick Ciaran McClean Roger Lomas
    Declan McAleer*          
    Barry McElduff*          

Northern Ireland Parties and leaders


Eight parties had MLAs in the fifth assembly: the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), Sinn Féin, the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP), the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP), the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland, the Greens, People Before Profit (PBP), and Traditional Unionist Voice (TUV). There was also one Independent Unionist MLA.


Northern Ireland Assembly Last Election Results


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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MLAs elected in 2016
   
DUP 38
Sinn Féin 28
UUP 16
SDLP 12
Alliance 8
Green (NI) 2
People Before Profit 2
TUV 1
Independent 1
Total 108

Northern Ireland Assembly Opinion Polls 2017northern_ireland_assembly_elections_results_by_party2017

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Polling organisation/client Sample size DUP SF UUP SDLP Alliance
conducted            
26 – 28 January 2017 Lucid Talk 1580 25.90% 25.10% 13.90% 12.40% 8.90%

 

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