EU Referendum: Brexit Election Results Live Voting %, 23rd June Brexit Opinion Polls 2016 Latest News Update, Brexit Election Results 2016, Brexit Election Day, Brexit Voting % Live, Brexit Latest News, What happens if Britain leaves EU

EU Referendum: Brexit Election Results Live Voting %, 23rd June Brexit Opinion Polls 2016 Latest News Update, Brexit Election Results 2016, Brexit Election Day, Brexit Voting % Live, Brexit Latest News, What happens if Britain leaves EU

VOTER TURNOUT (382 of 382 local authorities declared) : 72.16%, LEAVE: 52% (17.41 million votes) , REMAIN: 48% (16.14 million votes)

Live Results Update

  1. 11th July 2016: Conservatives leader elections: Therasa May – Set to become next PM of UK after main opponent Andrea Leadsom quits. 
  2. UK Prime Minister David Cameron, who is facing calls to resign as the PM, will address the nation shortly. 
  3. Britain votes to leave the European Union
  4. Scotland votes to 'Remain' in the EU; every council in Scotland saw remain majorities
  5. The Leave side has surpassed the 16,813,000 vote target required to win the EU referendum, meaning the EU referendum resultsUK has officially voted to leave the bloc.
  6. Britain votes to leave EU in historic divorce, reports Reuters
  7. The Prime Minister will speak in the next few minutes and is expected to call for "stability and unity".
  8. Pound Plunges to 31 Year low as #brexit votes to LEAVE.
  9. 46.3% reporting completed REMAIN at 48.6% and  LEAVE 51.4% 8:19 AM
  10. 200 of 382 results declared, Brexit LEAVE camp leads with 7.8 million votes i.e, 51.69 %, compared to 7.3 million for “Remain”, or 48.31 %. 

     

     

     

     

  11. Thanet voted to leave
    Daventry voted to leave
    Lancaster voted to leave 
    South Staffordshire voted to leave
    Salford voted to leave
    Newark & Sherwood voted to leave
    South Holland voted to leave
    Plymouth voted to leave
    Blackburn with Darwen voted to leave
    Tunbridge Wells voted to remain
  12. Machester votes to Remain
  13. USD 1.50 to almost USD 1.40 as results began to show stronger-than-expected support for quitting.
  14. Pound Plunge 6%. Investors flee as Brexit votes for Leave reports coming in

Watch Live Voting Updates on 23rd June EU Referendum (Brexit) 

6:35 PM:  Media reports, that All Voters are required and urged to carry their own pens. (Pens or pencils, there is a theory that government could try to change their votes)Brexit 2016 Live Voting

6:30 PM: A Man Stabbed outside Polling station, Chaos Created, Is Out of danger.

6:30 PM: Stock Markets show positive sign as Brexit seems positive sign to Remain. 

5:00 PM: Few Polling Stations shut down due to Heavy Rain. In Few Polling Stations Water as high as 6 feet. 

5:00 PM: Reports on Social Media on High Voter Turnout.

5:00 PM: The pound surged in morning deals to $1.4947 — its highest level since December 28.

2: 30 PM: Heavy rains in southeast England flooded streets, disrupted travel and closed two polling stations on Thursday.

1:22 PM: The final online poll to be published ahead of announcement of results early Friday morning has put the Remain campaign in a healthy a 10-point lead over Leave.

About nine hours are left before polls close in Britain to decide whether to stay in the European Union or leave. The vote is popularly called 'Brexit vote'.

1:15 PM: As per The Independent, the Populus poll, conducted online and before voting opened, shows Remain on 55 percent and Leave on 45.

So far, almost all polls have put Remain ahead though within the margin of error for political surveys.

1:35 PM:Former UK PM Tony Blair has tweeted a photo of himself with a Remain placard convincing UK voters to utilise this historic opportunity of establishing Britain as an influential nation.

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08:45 am: Yellow and amber weather warnings issued by Met Office, harsh weather could affect voting across the United Kingdom.

08:30 am: 'Leave' and 'Remain' camps are neck and neck in pre-poll analyses ahead of a vote to decide if Britin will remain in the EU.

07:10 am : Polls open in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar for the UK's EU membership referendum.

07:10 am : Voting begins in EU referendum as polls say result too close to call.

07: 00 am: Turnout is likely to be announced earlier, which may give an indication of the result to come, with a high turnout expected to favour the "Remain" camp.

Time (U.S. Eastern in parenthesis) Event
7 a.m. (2.a.m.) Polling stations open
10 p.m. (5 p.m.) Polling stations close, no exit polls
Around 11:30 p.m. (6:30 p.m.) First announcements on voter turnout
12:30 a.m. (7:30 p.m.) Results expected for first counting areas
3-4 a.m. (10-11 p.m.) Results from half of the counting areas are in
Around 5 a.m. (midnight) About 80% of counting areas have reported results
7 a.m. (2 a.m.) All votes are likely to have been counted and the official result is expected shortly after.

10: 51 am There are 382 local counting areas, including Gibraltar, which will all declare their results independently throughout the night.

10: 45 am : There are no official exit polls because polling experts say the lack of recent comparable votes in Britain could make the results less reliable.

10:42 am: There are a total of 46,499,537 registered voters, according to the latest figures from the Electoral Commission. This is more than in last year's general election when 46,354,197 people were registered. The results are expected early on Friday morning.

Highlights Important Points.

  1. What does Brexit Mean? – Brexit means Britain – Exit from the European Union.
  2. When is Brexit Elections? – It is on 23rd of June 2016.
  3. Who will Vote in Brexit? – All voters of UK who are eligile to vote in Normal general elections i.e people above the age of 18 British Citizens registered as voters can vote.
  4. What Do Opinion Polls Say? – Here is the Summary of all Opinion Polls of UK Brexit. Read Brexit Summary of all opinion polls.

 

What happens if UK leaves EU i.e what if Brexit votes Leave.

  1. David Cameron might announce his exit may not be immediately. He may stand down to make way for another leader who could complete formalities for Britain's exit from EU.
  2. It is expected that the pound will almost fall significantly, as will as share prices,
  3. People are hoping that Britain will vote to Remain in EU but if not then the banking stocks and multinationals might fall.

 

Why do some in Britain want to leave the EU?

Many people in Britain believe that EU is making inroads into British sovereignty. Many in the ruling Conservative Party and the U.K. Independence Party (UKIP) believe that the EU has changed since the time it was formed and that it was impacting daily life.

Some key issues are:

Immigration

As EU's membership expanded, more Europeans, especially from poorer EU nations, started migrating to U.K. using the “freedom of movement” clause. The anti-immigration parties argue this puts a severe strain on national resources and add up to welfare expenditure. The pro-EU members argue that EU migrants contribute more to the national economy than they take out.

Security

The Remain side argues that in the era of international terrorism and criminality, cooperating with the EU will make the U.K. safer, while the other side says that the security risk will in fact increase if the U.K. does not have control over its borders.

Employment

The Remain side argues that as three million jobs are tied to the EU there could be a jobs crisis if the U.K. leaves the EU; Brexiteers claim that there will be a jobs boom without the fetters that EU regulations impose.

Trade

On trade, the Remain side says that access to the single European market, free of tariffs and border controls, is critical for the U.K. as 45 per cent of its trade is with the EU. The Leave side says that the EU needs British markets and individual trade deals with European countries can be easily negotiated.

Economy

Remain argues that leaving the EU will put the dominance of London, the Europe’s financial centre, at risk as banks will move out, whereas the Brexiteers argue that London’s status is unassailable as it is already a global power base.

Virginia Raggi becomes first female mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi Age Biography Political Career , Five Star Movement (M5S), Virginia Elena Raggi,Rome,Italy

Virginia Raggi becomes first female mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi  Age Biography Political Career , Five Star Movement (M5S), Virginia Elena Raggi,Rome,Italy

Intro

Virginia Elena Raggi born 18 July 1978) is an Italian lawyer and current Mayor of Rome, elected in 2016. Raggi represents the anti-corruption Five Star Movement (M5S), and is both the first candidate from that party and the first woman to be elected to Rome's mayoralty.
Raggi was born and raised in the Appio Latino (it) district of Rome, and studied law at the Roma Tre University, specialising in judicial and extrajudicial civil law. Raggi was previously a member of local neighborhood boards before joining the Five Star Movement for Rome district XIV in 2011.
In the 2013 municipal election, Raggi was one of four members of the Five Star Movement elected to Rome city council.

Personal LifeRAGGI

Raggi lives with her family in the Ottavia district of Rome.She is married to fellow M5S member Andrea Severini with whom she has one child, born in 2009.

First female mayor of Rome

Virginia Raggi has been elected as Rome's first female mayor in a triumph for the populist Five Star Movement (M5S), representing a blow to Matteo Renzi, Italy's prime minister.

Raggi swept into City Hall on Sunday with two-thirds of the votes cast in a runoff contest with Roberto Giachetti of Renzi's centre-left Democratic Party (DP).

"A new era is beginning with us," said Raggi after declaring victory. "We'll work to bring back legality and transparency to the city's institutions."

More than nine million voters were eligible to take part in the second-round election in 126 communes, including Rome, Milan, Naples, Turin and Bologna.

Here's what you need to know about Raggi's victory:

She's Rome's youngest mayor, too

Raggi, who will turn 38 next month, is the youngest mayor in Rome's history, ANSA reported.

The news agency said associates describe the civil lawyer as "precise, determined, and a stickler for detail."

She says equality is 'still a pipe dream'

Raggi acknowledged the gender significance of her victory in a post on a party blog. "The first thing I would say … is that finally Rome will have a female mayor," she wrote.

At a time "in which equal opportunities are still a pipe dream," she hailed the result as "the first sign of the profound change that we are bringing to this country."

Her party won big

Raggi's victory was part of a wider sweep by the M5S, which saw the party win the mayoralty in 19 out of the 20 towns and cities where it put up candidates, ANSA reported.

Comedian and blogger Beppe Grillo founded the party in 2009.

She has vowed to tackle Rome's enduring problems

Raggi campaigned on a platform of addressing the Italian capital's enduring issues, from infrastructure to corruption.

Besides vowing to clean up City Hall, she promised to take on issues from housing to recycling and waste management to public transport — calling for the creation of more cycling lanes to tackle the city's notorious traffic problems.

She doesn't have a ton of experience

Critics have pointed to her relative lack of experience as a potential shortcoming. Raggi's political experience is limited to a few years on Rome's City Council.

Spain general election news 2016, Spain Latest Opinion Poll, Spain re elections 2016, Spain elections on 26th June, Venezuela effect on spain elections, El Pais and El Mundo polls, Who is winning spain elections

Spain general election news, Spain Latest Opinion Poll, Spain re elections 2016, Spain elections on 26th June, Venezuela effect on spain elections, El Pais and El Mundo polls, Who is winning spain elections spain_flag

Official results give the PP 137 seats in the 350-seat parliament and the PSOE 85 – confounding an earlier exit poll suggesting the Socialists would slip into third place.Unidos Podemos have won 71 and Ciudadanos 32. Both parties are relative newcomers to the Spanish political scene. 

ALSO READ: Spain general election 2015 Result Vote share Parliament seat Opinion Exit Poll Schedule

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Party Seats Vote%
PP 137 33%
PSOE  85 23%
Unidos Podemos 71 21%
Ciudadanos  32 13%
Others 25 10%
Spain 2015 general election result
PP 122 seats 28.72%
Socialists 90 seats 22.01%
Podemos 69 seats 20.66%
Ciudadanos 40 setas 13.93%
others 29 seats 14.68%

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Highlights Latest News on Spain general elections  

  1. Still it is 4 cornered fight and according to Latest Opinion poll, conservative Popular Party (PP) is still not getting absolute majority. 
  2. Just after six months there is another elections in Spain.
  3. There has never been a coalation governmet in Spain, but looking at other countries in the region it is getting more acceptable now.
  4. Main problems in the country bein Unemployement, Corruption and Immigration is the latest cause of worry in whole Europe.
  5. Polls suggest the Popular Party will win the most votes as it did on Dec. 20 but again fall far short of the parliamentary majority it held from 2011-2015. The surveys have indicated the Socialists and Unidos Podemos will come at 2nd place and Ciudadanos will come in fourth.
  6. All the Opinion Polls Show PP(Popular Party) at first position, Unidos Podemos at second and theb PSOE, Ciudadanos. See summary of other Opinion Polls for Spain here
  7. So the Elections which are to be held on 26th June 2016 would not be able to establish a clear winner again and Coalation could be the choice for Spanish people.

Spain 2015 Election Results
Popular Party – 28.72% 122 seats
Socialists – 22.02% – 90 Seats
Podemos – 20.66% – 69 seats

 

23rd June Brexit Election Results Opinion Poll Schedule Date Latest News Update 2016, Who will win Brexit

23rd June Brexit Election Results Opinion Poll Schedule Date Latest News Update 2016, Who will win Brexit

Highlights Important Points. Brexit 2016 Results

  1. What does Brexit Mean? – Brexit means Britain – Exit from the European Union.
  2. When is Brexit Elections? – It is on 23rd of June 2016.
  3. Who will Vote in Brexit? – All voters of UK who are eligile to vote in Normal general elections i.e people above the age of 18 British Citizens registered as voters can vote.
  4. What Do Opinion Polls Say? – Here is the Summary of all Opinion Polls of UK Brexit. Read Brexit Summary of all opinion polls.

Brexit Latest News

VOTER TURNOUT (382 of 382 local authorities declared) : 72.16%, LEAVE: 52% (17.41 million votes) , REMAIN: 48% 16.14 million votes)

  1. #Brexit Live: Its Official Britain votes to leave the #EuropeanUnion
  2. Remember, publishing exit polls before 10pm is illegal–Section 66 of the Representation of the People Act 1983 prohibits the publication, before the close of poll, of any forecast, survey or estimate of how people have voted. 
  3. Investor George Soros has warned of "serious consequences" for British jobs and finances if the country leaves the EU.
  4. Acc to him Their could be negative effect on British jobs and finances if the country leaves the EU.
  5. Acc to Mr Soros leaving EU would see sterling fall by at least 15% – 20%, to below $1.15 from current $1.46.
  6. Acc to Leave camp Matthew Elliott "The EU is costly, bureaucratic and blind to the impact it has had on people's wages and soaring energy bills,"
  7. British media and voters are divided over the issue and no clear opinion poll has been released. The Leave and remain camps are neck to neck. Dozens of polls have been released but there is no trends coming out of them. Some are showing leave and some remain.
  8. David Cameroon current PM from Conservatives are supporting remain camp.
  9. Where as Labour is camping for Leave.
  10. All past PMs are also supporting Remain Camp.

 

source: wikipedia.org

Brexit Opinion polls, Summary of all opinion poll of UK EU referendum, Opinion polling for the United Kingdom European Union, Brexit opinion poll 2016, European Union,June 23rd EU referendum

Brexit Opinion polls, Summary of all opinion poll of UK EU referendum, Opinion polling for the United Kingdom European Union, Brexit opinion poll 2016, European Union,June 23rd EU referendum

Here is a Summary of all Opinion Polls realsed till now. The Final EU Referendum voting is on 23rd June 2016.Brexit 2016 Results

The United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, known as the EU referendum in the United Kingdom, is a plebiscite scheduled to take place on 23 June 2016. Membership of the European Union has been a topic of debate in the United Kingdom since the country joined the European Economic Community (EEC, or "Common Market") in 1973.

#Brexit Live: Its Official Britain votes to leave the #EuropeanUnion

VOTER TURNOUT (382 of 382 local authorities declared) : 72.16%, LEAVE: 52% (17.41 million votes) , REMAIN: 48% 16.14 million votes)

Reasons for Leaving EU

  1. Those who want to leave the EU argue that it would allow the UK to better control immigration, thus reducing pressure on public services, housing and jobs, save billions in EU membership fees,
  2. It would allow the UK to make its own trade deals, and free the UK from EU regulations and bureaucracy that they see as needless and costly. 

Reasons for Remaining in EU

  1. Those who want to remain argue that leaving the EU would risk the UK's prosperity, diminish its influence over world affairs, jeopardise national security by reducing access to common European criminal databases.
  2. It would result in trade barriers between the UK and the EU. In particular, they argue that leaving the EU would lead to job losses, delays in investment into the UK and risks to large and small business.

Latest YouGov poll, for the Times newspaper

YouGov poll, for the Times newspaper

Remain

42%

Leave

44%

Ipsos Mori & Suvation IG opinion polls…Read More

Ipsos MORI survey

Remain

47%

Leave

53%

 Guardian/ICM polls gives leave campaign a 6-point lead..Read More

Guardian/ICM polls

Remain

47%

Leave

53%

ORB International poll gives Brexit campaign a 10-point lead..Read More

ORB International poll

Leave

55%

Remain

45%

would not vote

2%

YouGov ICM opinion poll Brexit 2016..Reda More

YouGov Opinion poll

Remain

41%

Leave

45%

EU referendum, YouGov latest opinion poll..Read More

Latest
online opinion poll from YouGov for The Times newspaper

Remain

41%

Leave

41%

undecided 

13%

not intending to vote

4%

 

Poll shows that 93% Express.co.uk readers want to leave EU..Read More

 

Express.co.uk Express.co.uk  Opinion poll

Remain

7%

Leave

93%

Brexit ICM OPINIUM ORB Opinion poll, EU Referendum..Read More

ICM Opinion poll

Leave

46%

Remain

44%

Undecided

11%

Ashcroft Opinion poll..Read More

Ashcroft  Opinion poll

Remain

65%

Leave

35%

 

Dr Rosena Allin Khan wins Tooting by-election, Rosena allin khan, Rosena, Labour candidate, tooting by-election result, Sadiq Khan

Dr Rosena Allin Khan wins Tooting by-election, Rosena allin khan, Rosena, Labour candidate, tooting by-election result, Sadiq Khan

Labour's Rosena Allin-Khan has won the Tooting by-election in a contest overshadowed by the murder of MP Jo Cox.

Dr Allin-Khan held the south London seat for Labour after London mayor Sadiq Khan stood down following his victory in the City Hall race in May.

The A&E doctor, who increased the Labour majority, used her acceptance speech to pay tribute to Mrs Cox, who was killed in her Batley and Spen constituency on Thursday.

She said Mrs Cox was a "proud and passionate campaigner who will be desperately missed".

Dr Allin-Khan increased Labour's majority to 6,357 over the Conservatives, up from the 2,842 secured by her predecessor in the general election last year.

Tooting by-election results

Labour hold

Candidate Votes Share Swing
Rosena Allin-Khan (Labour) 17,894 55.92 8.73
Dan Watkins (Conservative) 11,537 36.05 -5.83
Esther Obiri-Darko (Green) 830 2.59 -1.52
Alex Glassbrook (LD) 820 2.56 -1.37
Elizabeth Jones (UKIP) 507 1.58 -1.29
Des Coke (CPA) 164 0.51
Howling Laud Hope (Loony) 54 0.17
Graham Moore (Eng Dem) 50 0.16
Akbar Ali Malik (Immigrants) 44 0.14
Ankit Love (Love) 32 0.1
Zirwa Javaid (Ind) 30 0.09
Zia Samadani (Ind) 23 0.07
Bobby Smith (GMBE) 9 0.03
Smiley Smillie (Ind) 5 0.02

Lab majority 6,357 19.87%.
7.28% swing Conservative to Lab 
Electorate 74,695; Turnout 31,999 (42.84%, -26.88%) 
2015: Lab maj 2,842 (5.31%) – Turnout 53,529 (69.72%)

Before the contest, 39-year-old Dr Allin-Khan promised to put the NHS and housing at the centre of her agenda if she won.

Last year, Mr Khan retained the seat with 25,263 votes.

src:standard.co.uk

EU referendum, YouGov latest opinion poll, David Cameron, European Union, Online survey EU May 2016, Brexit

According to the latest online opinion poll from YouGov for The Times newspaper both camps (remain & leave) were level on 41 percent, with 13 percent undecided and 4 percent not intending to vote.

Latest
online opinion poll from YouGov for The Times newspaper

Remain

41%

Leave

41%

undecided 

13%

not intending to vote

4%

 

EU referendum, YouGov latest opinion
poll,
David Cameron, European
Union, Online survey EU May 2016,
Brexit

Political Party Preference Survey , Riksdag election, Sweden election, Riksdagen, Swedish general election, Political party preferences May 2016

Political Party Preference Survey , Riksdag election, Sweden election, Riksdagen, Swedish general election, Political party preferences May 2016

The Political Party Preference Survey shows the support of the various parties in different demographic groups. Party preference does not refer to any specific level of politics and no consideration is taken to whether a person will vote or not.

On 31 May Statistics Sweden published estimates of election results if there were to be an election in May 2016. Here we present estimates of party preferences in the electorate from the same survey.

The difference between the measurements is:

The Election today estimate refers to the results of an election in May. The results are weighted by how people voted in the previous Riksdag election as well as the question of whether a person would vote or not.

Party preference does not refer to any specific level of politics and no consideration is taken to whether a person will vote or not. The results are weighted by region, sex, age, level of education and Swedish/foreign born.

Below, election results are compared in a hypothetical Riksdag election in May 2016 with party preferences at the same point in time.

 Estimates of election results “if an election had been held today” as well as party preferences. May 2016 

 

Riksdag election, May 2016

Margin of error

Party preference, May 2016

Margin of error

C

6.10%

±0.4

5.90%

±0.7

L

5.40%

±0.4

6.10%

±0.7

M

24.70%

±0.8

27.10%

±1.4

KD

3.10%

±0.3

2.80%

±0.5

S

29.50%

±0.8

31.10%

±1

V

6.80%

±0.4

6.40%

±0.8

MP

4.70%

±0.4

5.20%

±0.7

SD

17.30%

±0.7

13.00%

±1.0

Other

2.40%

±0.3

2.40%

±0.5

 src:scb.sc

MMR poll: Johannsson almost 50 points ahead of David Oddsson, President of Iceland , Icelandic presidential election 2016, Icelandic parliamentary election 2016, Iceland presidential election 2016 candidates, Iceland Polls 2016

MMR poll: Johannsson almost 50 points ahead of
David Oddsson, President of Iceland , Icelandic presidential election 2016,
Icelandic parliamentary election 2016, Iceland presidential election 2016
candidates, Iceland Polls 2016

According to MMR’s data breakdown, Jóhannesson is proportionally more popular among women and supporters of government opposition parties. Oddsson attracts the older, male vote and supporters of the current governing coalition, while Magnason is doing well among the younger generations.

 

src:icelandmonitor.mbl.is

Whom
would you vote for if presidential elections were held today?

Guðni Th.Jóhannesson

65.60%

Davíð Oddsson

18.10%

Andri SnærMagnason

11%

Halla Tómasdóttir

2.20%

Others

3%

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