UK General Election 2024 Dashboard

A one-stop-shop for all data pertaining to UK 2024 Election candidates, previous results and tactical voting tips

UK General Election 2024 Dashboard
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You might have noticed that I’ve been a bit quiet on my coverage of the UK 2024 General Election. Believe me, I have been following what’s going on from Sunak’s iffy comments about a Labour tax increase of £2,094 (which is true but it is over a 5 year period) to Nigel Farage’s (un)expected return to frontline politics and milkshake wearing.

In fact I’ve been spending some time putting together some videos and you can check them out on my YouTube Channel, I’m quite proud of my fact checking of the first Conservative election video.

But behind the scenes I’ve been working very hard on a pet project of mine – the UK General Election Dashboard.

This is a one-stop-shop for all things Election 2024. Here’s what you can find on the dashboard:

  • A list of all constituencies
  • A list of each candidate in each constituencies
  • All of the parties fielding candidates
  • Previous election results dating back to 2010, these are linked to a candidate where they stood in a previous election
  • Postcode lookup for your constituency
  • Combined tactical voting from 3 different sites (more to be added soon if relevant)
  • Free downloadable candidate data for all the candidates standing
  • Free downloadable constituency tracker – colour along when the results are announced!

You can view the Election Dashboard here

2024 General Election Dashboard

As the results are announced over the early morning hours of the 5th July 2024, I will be updating the live results when I can – hopefully until a winner is announced although I will have to sleep at some point!

I will be keeping an eye on the dashboard data and updating it where possible but if there is anything you want to see added, please let me know in the comments or through the contact form.

I hope you find this tool useful – there is a lot of available data but it’s spread around several websites or in jumbled Excel spreadsheets so hopefully by breaking it down in this way it can make more sense to you and help you make an informed decision on your voting choices in 2024.

I’d like to note that while this website and my reporting on it does try to be impartial when it comes to politics in that we will cover all parties with equal scrutiny where appropriate, the tactical voting data presented on the Election Dashboard is purely designed to give people the best vote to keep the Conservatives out of the seat in their constituency.

While this is not necessarily unbiased, given that we have had 5 Prime Ministers and 3 General Elections since 2010 – and 2 of those Prime Ministers didn’t even face a national vote (Rishi Sunak didn’t even face a vote of his own party members) – I think it’s important to give all the information available so that you can make informed decisions.

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General voting intention data is available for each constituency from a variety of sources to help you balance the tactical voting data against voting intentions.

The most important thing to remember is that you should vote for the candidate who speaks to and for you. Whether there’s a local issue they’re behind as an independent, a policy you agree with from a national party or you just want to effect change after 14 years of the Conservatives being in power. This is your vote and you should cast it the way that makes most sense to you.

Research your candidates, research the most important issues in your constituency and vote according to how you feel about that.

Of course, if you follow me over on my personal threads account you’ll know how I feel but I try to keep those thoughts separate from my pollical reporting.

The most important things you can do this election is to stay informed and to make sure you cast your vote.

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