Additionally

Liberal Party votes 1900 to 1979

Liberal Party votes 1900 to 1979

The number of people who voted for the Liberal Party declined greatly between 1900 to 1979 so that by 1979, the Liberal Party played a marginal part in British politics.

1900: 1,572,323 votes

1906: 2,751,057 votes

1910 January: 2,866,157 votes

1910 December: 2,293,869 votes

1918: Coalition Liberals = 1,396,590 votes

Liberal Party = 1,388,784 votes

1922: Liberal Party = 2,668,143 votes

National Liberals = 1,471,317 votes

1923: 4,301,481 votes

1924: 2,928,737 votes

1929: 5,308,738 votes

1931: National Liberals = 809,302 votes

Independent Liberals = 103,528 votes

1935: National Liberals = 866,354 votes

Liberal Party = 1,443,093 votes

1945: 2,252,430 votes

1950: 2,621,487 votes

1951: 730,546 votes

1955: 722 votes

1959: 1,640,760 votes

1964: 3,099,283 votes

1966: 2,327,457 votes

1970: 2,117,035 votes

1974 January: 6,059,519 votes

1974 October: 5,346,704 votes

1979: 4,313,804 votes

Related Posts

  • Labour Party votes 1900 to 1979

    The Independent Labour Party gained votes in the 1895 election. But the newly named Labour Party first stood in 1900 and as the years progressed…

  • Conservative Party % of votes

  • Labour Party % of votes at elections