Results for a UK general election on 6 May 2010 Elections contested by Communist Party of Britain

A general election to the 55th Parliament of the United Kingdom with an electorate of 45,597,461, having 29,687,604 valid votes and 81,879 invalid votes.

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Constituency Candidate Electorate Turnout Votes Vote share Vote change Position
Cardiff South and Penarth GRIFFITHS, Robert 73,707 60.2% 196 0.4% - 9th
Croydon North STEVENSON, Ben 85,216 60.6% 160 0.3% - 8th
Glasgow North West LIVINGSTONE, Mark 60,997 58.3% 179 0.5% - 7th
Newcastle Upon Tyne East LEVY, Martin 64,487 58.7% 177 0.5% - 6th
North Devon SABLES, Gerrard 74,508 68.9% 96 0.2% - 9th
Sheffield South East ANDREW, Steve 67,068 61.7% 139 0.3% - 6th

Turnout as calculated by the House of Commons Library, is the total number of votes cast and not spoiled, divided by the size of the electorate.

Under section 13(b) of the Representation of the People Act 1985, a candidate gaining 5% or less of the vote share will forfeit their deposit.