UK: 2011 National Assembly for Wales general election results, by party

This statistic shows the seats won in the National Assembly for Wales's general election for 2011, by party. The total is a combination of constituency and regional list seats. There was a clear win for the Labour Party, winning 16 more seats than their strongest competitors, the Conservatives. The Plaid Cymru party won 11 seats, four less than in 2007.

Seats won in the National Assembly for Wales general election 2011, by party

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Source

Release date

October 2011

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

5 May 2011

Supplementary notes

'Seats won' as shown in this statistic are a combination of the constituency seats and the regional list seats. When taking the constituency seats alone, the seats won were as follows:
Labour: 28
Conservatives: 6
Plaid Cymru: 5
Liberal Democrats: 1

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