So, that’s the analysis of the Unlock Democracy Council elections by Constituency.
Some broader picture points.
Turnout was quite low.
The West had the best turnout at 22.8%, London and the South East 16.9%. Overall turnout was 20.7%.
Whilst the allocation of seats by elector could not be bettered, the allocation of seats by actual voter favours London and disfavours the North with 68.57 votes cast for each seat elected in London and 110 votes cast per seat in the North. This is obviously a feature of the differential turnout.
Spoilt Ballots were 1% of the total cast which compares unfavourably with UK Westminster spoilt ballots of between 0.11% and 0.35% between 1945 and 2001.
Out of 19 members of council, 9 have not served on the council before.
Unlock Democracy operates protected seats for gender (1/3rd at least of men and women) and ethnicity (at least 2 self-identified ethnic minorities). All of the gender protected seats fell naturally and one of the ethnic protected seats fell naturally leaving 1 councillor elected as a result of protected seats.
Once again, thanks to Lalland Peat Worrier for his method of presentation