Wales says Yes in referendum vote

Results for the Welsh Assembly powers referendum are set out in the tables below. The map shows the percentage of Yes votes per county.

Overall referendum result

Yes votes % No votes % Turnout

517,132

63.5

297,380

36.5

35.4%

Results map

More than 50% of voters in all 22 counties except Monmouthshire backed change by voting Yes.

Referendum results by county

Authority Yes votes % No votes % Turnout

Blaenau Gwent

11,869

68.9

5,366

31.1

32%

Bridgend

25,063

68.1

11,736

31.9

35.4%

Caerphilly

28,431

64.3

15,751

35.7

34.5%

Cardiff

53,427

61.4

33,606

38.6

34.9%

Carmarthenshire

42,979

70.8

17,712

29.2

44%

Ceredigion

16,505

66.2

8,412

33.8

43.8%

Conwy

18,368

59.7

12,390

40.3

33.5%

Denbighshire

15,793

61.8

9,742

38.2

34.1%

Flintshire

21,119

62.1

12,913

37.9

29.2%

Gwynedd

28,200

76

8,891

24

43.1%

Merthyr Tydfil

9,136

68.9

4,132

31.1

30.2%

Monmouthshire

12,381

49.4

12,701

50.6

35.4%

Neath Port Talbot

29,957

73

11,079

27

37.6%

Newport

15,983

54.8

13,204

45.2

27.8%

Pembrokeshire

19,600

55

16,050

45

38.3%

Powys

21,072

51.6

19,730

48.4

39.7%

Rhondda Cynon Taf

43,051

70.7

17,834

29.3

34.4%

Swansea

38,496

63.2

22,409

36.8

32.8%

Torfaen

14,655

62.8

8,688

37.2

33.4%

Vale of Glamorgan

19,430

52.5

17,551

47.5

39.7%

Wrexham

17,606

64.1

9,863

35.9

26.8%

Isle of Anglesey

14,011

64.8

7,620

35.2

43.5%

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