I've been in York this morning speaking to people who voted in the general election.
There was a mix of views from the members of the public I spoke to.
First up is Sam who voted Labour yesterday:
|Party||Votes||%||Net percentage change in seats|
|Julian Sturdy||Votes 29,356||header_vote_share 51.1||Net percentage change in seats +2.0|
|Luke Charters-Reid||Votes 21,067||header_vote_share 36.7||Net percentage change in seats +11.9|
|James Blanchard||Votes 5,910||header_vote_share 10.3||Net percentage change in seats -1.3|
|Bethan Vincent||Votes 1,094||header_vote_share 1.9||Net percentage change in seats -2.8|
Change compared with 2015
We have one of the of the most dramatic results in recent General Election history.
Instead of the expected clear increased majority in the House Of Commons, the Conservatives lost seats and we have a hung parliament.
All North Yorkshire MPs kept their seats and the Conservatives continue to form a ring around the Labour seat of York Central.
Here's Phil Bodmer to round up what happened in England's largest county:
Julian Sturdy retains York Outer but with a reduced majority. Labour was in second place.
Political Reporter, BBC Radio York
Counting is now under way for both the York Central and York Outer seats.
We've no official turnout figure yet but I have been told it is higher than in 2015 and is expected to be above 70% in both seats.
Don't get left outside on polling day. Here are details of what you need and where you need to go to register for the general election on 8 June:
Change compared with 2010