Rotherham borough EU Referendum results by Ward and Constituency Freedom of information

I live in Rothervalley, but was invited to the Sheffield count at the Institute of sport (Coleridge rd) by the Vote leave team as an observer.  At the count, there was one big total given for Sheffield EU referendum vote as a whole, but figures for the individual polling stations were available.

I have since requested the figures for the Rotherham borough EU referendum result, so that I could work out the figures for each constituency and am shocked to find that Rothervalley didn’t get the highest percentage vote for leave, even though it has been UKIP’s best achieving ward in national elections.   Please explain how Rotherham central could have polled greater to leave the EU than Rothervalley, it doesn’t add up to me.

I was expecting Rothervalley to have closer to 80% wanting to leave the EU.

   
  Rothervalley
   
Team Borough Ward Remain Leave Total %
   
1 Anston & Woodsetts 2322 4352 6674 65.21%
4 Dinnington 2180 4620 6800 67.94%
5 Hellaby 2508 4714 7222 65.27%
6 Holderness 2289 4548 6837 66.52%
9 Maltby 1722 4476 6198 72.22%
11 Rother Vale 2212 4669 6881 67.85%
15 Sitwell 2377 4194 6571 63.83%
18 Wales 2436 4609 7045 65.42%
   
   Total 18046 36182 54228 66.72%
           
  Rotherham Central        
   
Team Borough Ward Remain Leave Total  %
   
2 Boston Castle 2460 3494 5954 58.68%
3 Brinsworth & Catcliffe 1967 4587 6554 69.99%
8 Keppel 2014 4541 6555 69.28%
12 Rotherham East 1822 3783 5605 67.49%
13 Rotherham West 1988 4088 6076 67.28%
17 Valley 1792 4474 6266 71.40%
21 Wingfield 1491 4255 5746 74.05%
   
   Total 13534 29222 42756 68.35%
   
  Wentworth and Dearne
   
Team Borough Ward Remain Leave Total  %
   
7 Hoober 2205 4664 6869 67.90%
10 Rawmarsh 2018 5013 7031 71.30%
14 Silverwood 1912 4514 6426 70.25%
16 Swinton 1945 4588 6533 70.23%
19 Wath 2385 4624 7009 65.97%
20 Wickersley 2070 4465 6535 68.32%
   
   Total 12535 27868 40403 68.98%
   
   
  Grand Total 44115 93272 137387 67.89%

All the best

Tim

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5 thoughts on “Rotherham borough EU Referendum results by Ward and Constituency Freedom of information

  1. I think you will find it is the Conservatives voting to remain believing the scaremongering of ‘Dodgy Dave’
    Jw

  2. WE SHOULD LEAVE TOMORROW & SOD THE CONSEQUENCES & STOP THE IMMIGRATION IN ITS TRACKS & ALSO SAVE PAYING £29,200,000 OVER THE NEXT 2 YEARS.

    1. Yes, we should have left on the 24th June 2016, why wait for 3 years and no deal. WTO terms would damage the EU, not us, as we import £80 billing from them. Stopping migration would give the British a chance for a change.

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