Interactive online mapping reveals how the results of the London Mayoral and Assembly elections played out
The London Mayoral and Assembly elections may seem like a distant memory, but for anyone who wants to get a better understanding of how the results played out in each ward, an interactive online map is now available showing results at three different levels.
Data for wards, boroughs, and constituencies is presented using maps and charts in an InstantAtlas report. The 2016 maps contain more detailed data at constituency level than in previous years as well as a table showing how the London-wide assembly seats were allocated.
Election data is available from 2000 to 2016 for constituency and borough level which means it is possible to carry out a time series analysis. However, it is worth noting that due to boundary changes, 2016 ward level data is not comparable with previous years’ data. You can find the map here:
Find out how the Greater London Authority has used InstantAtlas to present information on ward profiles:
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