All Surrey constituencies are held by Tory MPs, but Labour increases its share of the vote.Read more
Surrey South WestParliamentary constituency
|Party||Votes||%||Net percentage change in seats|
|Jeremy Hunt||Votes 33,683||header_vote_share 55.7||Net percentage change in seats -4.1|
National Health Action
|Louise Irvine||Votes 12,093||header_vote_share 20.0||Net percentage change in seats +11.5|
|David Black||Votes 7,606||header_vote_share 12.6||Net percentage change in seats +3.1|
|Ollie Purkiss||Votes 5,967||header_vote_share 9.9||Net percentage change in seats +3.6|
|Mark Webber||Votes 1,083||header_vote_share 1.8||Net percentage change in seats -8.1|
Change compared with 2015
Turnout and CON majority
Political reporter, BBC Surrey
If any of the Conservative seats in Surrey change hands, then that would indicate an earthquake of opinion undetected by pollsters and pundits alike.
Nothing is certain in any election and, as we have seen in recent years expectations can be confounded. But history suggests it is extremely unlikely.
There are certainly some intriguing subplots to look out for tonight. In South West Surrey, once again, the National Health Action party has fielded a candidate against the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, and it will be interesting to see how well Dr Louise Irvine does.
At the beginning of the campaign there was talk of a 'progressive alliance', but although the Green Party are not standing, Labour and the Liberal Democrats are and that is likely to have an impact on how many votes she gets.
Conservative and prominent leave campaigner, Dominic Raab, is standing in the borough which had the highest remain vote in Surrey in last year's EU referendum.
He's still the odds on favourite to win and by some margin. But it is worth looking to see if the more strongly pro EU parties, like the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party, get more support or whether the voters of Esher & Walton have moved on from the result.
It will be also interesting to see how well the Liberal Democrats perform across the board.
They have traditionally been the second party in Surrey, but two years ago, in the wake of the coalition government, their level of support plummeted from where it was in 2010, with Labour overtaking them in some seats.
They will be looking for signs of recovery in this election.
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- 34,199 total votes taken.
- 59.9% share of the total vote
- +1.2% change in share of the votes
- 5,643 total votes taken.
- 9.9% share of the total vote
- +7.3% change in share of the votes
- 5,415 total votes taken.
- 9.5% share of the total vote
- +3.5% change in share of the votes
- 4,851 total votes taken.
- 8.5% share of the total vote
- +8.5% change in share of the votes
- 3,586 total votes taken.
- 6.3% share of the total vote
- -23.9% change in share of the votes
- 3,105 total votes taken.
- 5.4% share of the total vote
- +4.2% change in share of the votes
- 320 total votes taken.
- 0.6% share of the total vote
- +0.6% change in share of the votes
Change compared with 2010