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General Election 2019: South West Norfolk sees small turnout drop



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The count for the South West Norfolk constituency seat is now under way.

An official announcement put the number of people who turned out to vote this time at 51,650.

That is compared to 52,416 in 2017, 50,110 in 2015 and 49,150 in 2010.

The turnout number for the South West Norfolk seat for this election is 51,650
The turnout number for the South West Norfolk seat for this election is 51,650

The turnout percentage is slightly lower for this election- 65.89 per cent, compared to 2017, when it was 67 per cent.

Elizabeth Truss is hoping to hold on to the seat, which she has held since 2010.

A declaration here is expected at around 4am.



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