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Elected Mayor Referendum: Percentage Vote by Constituency and Ward

CONSTITUENCY and Ward
Leader Mayor Percent
Leader Mayor
EDGBASTON 11732 10128 53.70% 46.30%
Bartley Green 2708 2010 57.40% 42.60%
Edgbaston 2251 2492 47.50% 52.50%
Harborne 3369 3008 52.80% 47.20%
Quinton 3404 2618 56.50% 43.50%
ERDINGTON 9224 7067 56.60% 43.40%
Erdington 2594 1880 58.00% 42.00%
Kingstanding 2195 1730 55.90% 44.10%
Stockland Green 2346 1897 55.30% 44.70%
Tyburn 2089 1560 57.20% 42.80%
HALL GREEN 14733 10669 58.00% 42.00%
Hall Green 3846 2368 61.90% 38.10%
Moseley and Kings Heath 3448 3279 51.30% 48.70%
Sparkbrook 3233 2386 57.50% 42.50%
Springfield 4206 2636 61.50% 38.50%
HODGE HILL 13296 10346 56.20% 43.80%
Bordesley Green 4493 3074 59.40% 40.60%
Hodge Hill 2797 2143 56.60% 43.40%
Shard End 2029 1349 60.10% 39.90%
Washwood Heath 3977 3780 51.30% 48.70%
NORTHFIELD 11210 7781 59.00% 41.00%
Kings Norton 2689 1895 58.70% 41.30%
Longbridge 2450 1893 56.40% 43.60%
Northfield 3203 2044 61.00% 39.00%
Weoley 2868 1949 59.50% 40.50%
LADYWOOD 9262 9030 50.60% 49.40%
Aston 3502 3093 53.10% 46.90%
Ladywood 1408 1858 43.10% 56.90%
Nechells 1902 1788 51.50% 48.50%
Soho 2450 2291 51.70% 48.30%
PERRY BARR 11876 8622 57.90% 42.10%
Handsworth 2979 2576 53.60% 46.40%
Lozells & East Handsworth 3122 2329 57.30% 42.70%
Oscott 2673 1765 60.20% 39.80%
Perry Barr 3102 1952 61.40% 38.60%
SELLY OAK 13186 9163 59.00% 41.00%
Billesley 3092 2002 60.70% 39.30%
Bournville 4275 2843 60.10% 39.90%
Brandwood 3580 2519 58.70% 41.30%
Sell Oak 2239 1799 55.40% 44.60%
SUTTON COLDFIELD 13043 8366 60.90% 39.10%
Sutton Four Oaks 3338 2268 59.50% 40.50%
Sutton New Hall 2958 1738 63.00% 37.00%
Sutton Trinity 3075 1910 61.70% 38.30%
Sutton Vesey 3672 2450 60.00% 40.00%
YARDLEY 13049 6913 65.40% 34.60%
Acocks Green 3123 1816 63.20% 36.80%
Sheldon 3038 1276 70.40% 29.60%
South Yardley 3460 2248 60.60% 39.40%
Stechford & Yardley North 3428 1573 68.50% 31.50%
BIRMINGHAM 120611 88085 57.80% 42.20%

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