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2016 EU referendum results

| June 24, 2016

On a monumental night during which voters in the UK decide to leave the EU, those who voted in Wycombe were in favour of remaining in the EU by 52.0% (49,261 votes) to 48.0% (45,529 votes) for leaving.

In the Wycombe district counting area the turnout was 75.74%, there were 79 rejected ballot papers.

Voters in Chiltern joined Wycombe in wanting to remain however voters in Aylesbury Vale and South Bucks were in favour of leaving.

In the EU referendum held on Thursday 23rd June 2016 results from the local counting areas in South Buckinghamshire were as follows :

Leave Remain
Aylesbury Vale 50.5% (53,956 votes) 49.5% (52,877 votes)
Chiltern 45.0% (26,363 votes) 55.0% (32,241 votes)
South Bucks 50.7% (20,647 votes) 49.3% (20,077 votes)
Wycombe 48.0% (45,529 votes) 52.0% (49,261 votes)

Nationally the leave vote was 52% (17,410,742 votes) with 48% (16,141,241 votes) for remaining in the EU. The national turnout was 72%.

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