Final results of the London mayoral elections 2016

Final results of the mayoral election first and second rounds in London in 2016

Final results of the London mayoral elections 2016 This statistic shows the final results of the London Mayoral elections that took place on May 5th 2016. With 1148,716 first preference votes, Sadiq Khan who stood for the Labour Party received the most votes, with Zac Goldmsmith of the Conversvative Party coming second with 909,755 first preference votes. As Sadiq Khan did not receieve more than 50 percent of the first preference votes, his victory was only confirmed after his and Zac Goldmsith's second preference votes were added to their totals.
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Final results of the mayoral election first and second rounds in London in 2016

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First preference votesSecond preference votes*
Sadiq Khan - Labour Party1,148,716161,427
Zac Goldsmith - Conservative909,75584,859
Siân Berry - Green Party150,673-
Caroline Pidgeon - Liberal Democrats120,005-
Peter Whittle - UKIP94,373-
Sophie Walker - Women's Equality Party53,055-
George Galloway - Respect37,007-
Paul Golding - Britain First31,372-
Lee Harris - Cannabis is safer than alcohol20,537-
David Furness - British National Party13,325-
Prince Zyliniski - Independent13,202-
Ankit Love - One Love Party4,941-
First preference votesSecond preference votes*
Sadiq Khan - Labour Party1,148,716161,427
Zac Goldsmith - Conservative909,75584,859
Siân Berry - Green Party150,673-
Caroline Pidgeon - Liberal Democrats120,005-
Peter Whittle - UKIP94,373-
Sophie Walker - Women's Equality Party53,055-
George Galloway - Respect37,007-
Paul Golding - Britain First31,372-
Lee Harris - Cannabis is safer than alcohol20,537-
David Furness - British National Party13,325-
Prince Zyliniski - Independent13,202-
Ankit Love - One Love Party4,941-
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This statistic shows the final results of the London Mayoral elections that took place on May 5th 2016. With 1148,716 first preference votes, Sadiq Khan who stood for the Labour Party received the most votes, with Zac Goldmsmith of the Conversvative Party coming second with 909,755 first preference votes. As Sadiq Khan did not receieve more than 50 percent of the first preference votes, his victory was only confirmed after his and Zac Goldmsith's second preference votes were added to their totals.
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