28/11/2003

How the political parties fared in the 2003 Assembly election

UPDATE: The results by political party for the 2003 Northern Ireland Assembly election are as follows:
  • 30 - Democratic Unionist Party (1998 - 20)


  • 27 - Ulster Unionist Party (1998 - 28)


  • 24 - Sinn Féin (1998 - 18)


  • 18 - Social Democratic & Labour Party (1998 - 24)


  • 6 - Alliance Party (1998 - 6)


  • 1 - Progressive Unionist Party (1998 - 2)


  • 1 - UK Unionist Party (1998 - 4)


  • 1 - Independent (1998 - 1)
Total of 108 from 108 declared.

The first preference votes revealed: DUP - 26%, Sinn Fein - 24%, Ulster Unionists 23%, and SDLP - 17%.

The turnout for the election was 63.1%

(SP)

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