Brexit votes by region in the United Kingdom 2016

In the Brexit referendum of 2016, 59.3 percent of voters in the West Midlands voted to leave the European Union, the most of any region. By contrast, 62 percent of voters in Scotland voted to remain in the European Union with only 38 percent voting to leave.

Share of votes in the Brexit referendum of 2016 in the United Kingdom, by region

RemainLeave
Scotland62%38%
London59.9%40.1%
Northern Ireland55.8%44.2%
South East48.2%51.8%
Wales47.5%52.5%
South West47.4%52.6%
North West46.3%53.7%
East43.5%56.5%
Yorkshire and the Humber42.3%57.7%
North East42%58%
East Midlands41.2%58.8%
West Midlands40.7%59.3%
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Source

Release date

June 2016

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

June 23, 2016

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