General Elections

The full results of past General Elections on the Island are listed below, with the most recent first.

2017 General Election - Isle of Wight Constituency
Bob Seely (Conservative) - 38,190 votes (51.3%)
Julian Critchley (Labour) - 17,121 votes (23%)
Vix Lowthion (Green) - 12,915 votes (17.3%)
Nick Belfitt (Liberal Democrat) - 2,740 votes (3.7%)
Daryll Pitcher (UKIP) - 1,921 votes (3.6%)
Julie Jones-Evans (Independent) - 1,592 votes (2.1%)

2015 General Election - Isle of Wight Constituency
Andrew Turner (Conservative) - 28,591 votes (40.7%)
Iain McKie (UKIP) - 14,888 votes (21.2%)
Vix Lowthian (Green) - 9,404 votes (13.4%)
Stewart Blackmore (Labour) - 8,984 votes (12.8%)
David Goodall (Liberal Democrats) - 5,235 votes (7.5%)
Ian Stephens (Independent) - 3,198 votes (4.5%)

2010 General Election - Isle of Wight Constituency
Andrew Turner (Conservative) - 32,810 votes (46.7%)
Jill Wareham (Liberal Democrat) - 22,283 votes (31.7%) 
Mark Chiverton (Labour) - 8,169 votes (11.6%) 
Michael Tarrant (UKIP) - 2,435 votes (3.5%) 
Geoff Clynch (BNP) - 1,457 votes (2.1%) 
Ian Dunsire (English Democrats) - 1,233 votes (1.8%) 
Bob Keats (Green) - 931 votes (1.3%) 
Paul Martin (Middle England Party) - 616 votes (0.9%) 
Pete Harris (Independent) - 175 votes (0.2%)
Paul Randle-Jolliffe (Independent) - 89 votes (0.1%) 
Edward Corby (Independent) - 66 votes (0.1%)

2005 General Election - Isle of Wight Constituency
Andrew Turner (Conservative) - 32,717 votes (48.9%)
Anthony Rowlands (Liberal Democrat) - 19,739 votes (29.5%) 
Mark Chiverton (Labour) - 11,484 votes (17.2%)
Michael Tarrant (UKIP) - 2,352 votes (3.5%)
Edward Corby (Independent) - 551 votes (0.8%)

2001 General Election - Isle of WIght Constituency
Andrew Turner (Conservative) - 25,223 votes (39.7%) 
Peter Brand (Liberal Democrat) - 22,397 votes (35.3%) 
Deborah Gardiner (Labour) - 9,676 votes (15.2%) 
David Lott (UKIP) - 2,106 votes (3.3%) 
David Holmes (Independent) - 1,423 votes (2.2%) 
Paul Scivier (Green) - 1,279 votes (2.0%) 
Philip Murray (Isle of Wight Party) - 1,164 votes (1.8%)
James Spensley (Socialist Labour) - 214 votes (0.3%)

Earlier parliamentary results for the Isle of Wight can be found on Wikipedia.