South East 2019 Election Results and Predictions

South East 2019 Election Results and Predictions

In all their glory, these are are predictions and South East 2019 election results for the 2019 British general election.

Over 80 MPs are elected in this region, and the vast majority of them belong to the Conservatives. If Boris Johnson is to assemble a majority, he must count on the South East remaining loyal. Will they? We will know soon enough.

How about other regions of the United Kingdom? You can jump to their pages as well when you are done with the South East.

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South East Before The Election

South East England seats pre election

South East 2019 Election Results and Predictions

Aldershot
Leo Docherty (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Arundel and South Downs
Nick Herbert (Con) – Standing Down
Prediction: Con Hold
Ashford
Damian Green (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Aylesbury
David Lidington (Con) – Standing Down
Prediction: Con Hold
Banbury
Victoria Prentis (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Basingstoke
Maria Miller (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Beaconsfield
Dominic Grieve (Ind)
Prediction: Con GAIN from Ind
Bexhill and Battle
Huw Merriman (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Bognor Regis and Littlehampton
Nick Gibb (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Bracknell
Phillip Lee (LD)
Prediction: Con GAIN from LD
Brighton, Kemptown
Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Lab)
Prediction: Lab Hold
Brighton, Pavillion
Caroline Lucas (Grn)
Prediction: Grn Hold
Buckingham
Vacant – Previously Speaker
Prediction: Con Win
Canterbury
Rosie Duffield (Lab)
Prediction: Con GAIN from Lab
Chatham and Aylesford
Tracey Crouch (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Chesham and Amersham
Dame Cheryl Gillan (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Chichester
Gillian Keegan (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Crawley
Henry Smith (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Dartford
Gareth Johnson (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Dover
Charlie Elphicke (Con) – Standing Down
Prediction: Con Hold
East Hampshire
Damian Hinds (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
East Surrey
Sam Gyimah (LD)
Prediction: Con GAIN from LD
East Worthing and Shoreham
Tim Loughton (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Eastbourne
Stephen Lloyd (LD)
Prediction: LD Hold
Eastleigh
Mims Davies (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Epsom and Ewell
Chris Grayling (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Esher and Walton
Dominic Raab (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Fareham
Suella Braverman (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Faversham and Mid Kent
Helen Whately (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Folkestone and Hythe
Damian Collins (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Gillingham and Rainham
Rehman Chishti (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Gosport
Caroline Dinenage (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Gravesham
Adam Holloway (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Guildford
Anne Milton (Ind)
Prediction: LD GAIN from Ind
Hastings and Rye
Amber Rudd (Ind) – Standing Down
Prediction: Con GAIN from Ind
Havant
Alan Mak (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Henley
John Howell (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Horsham
Jeremy Quin (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Hove
Peter Kyle (Lab)
Prediction: Lab Hold
Isle of Wight
Bob Seely (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Lewes
Maria Caulfield (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Maidenhead
Theresa May (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Maidstone and The Weald
Helen Grant (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Meon Valley
George Hollingberry (Con) – Standing Down
Prediction: Con Hold
Mid Sussex
Sir Nicholas Soames (Con) – Standing Down
Prediction: Con Hold
Milton Keynes North
Mark Lancaster (Con) – Standing Down
Prediction: Con Hold
Milton Keynes South
Iain Stewart (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Mole Valley
Sir Paul Beresford (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
New Forest East
Julian Lewis (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
New Forest West
Sir Desmond Swayne (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Newbury
Richard Benyon (Ind) – Standing Down
Prediction: Con GAIN from Ind
North East Hampshire
Ranil Jayawardena (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
North Thanet
Sir Roger Gale (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
North West Hampshire
Kit Malthouse (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Oxford East
Anneliese Dodds (Lab)
Prediction: Lab Hold
Oxford West and Abingdon
Layla Moran (LD)
Prediction: LD Hold
Portsmouth North
Penny Mordaunt (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Portsmouth South
Stephen Morgan (Lab)
Prediction: Lab Hold
Reading East
Matt Rodda (Lab)
Prediction: Lab Hold
Reading West
Alok Sharma (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Reigate
Crispin Blunt (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Rochester and Strood
Kelly Tolhurst (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Romsey and Southampton North
Caroline Nokes (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Runnymede and Weybridge
Philip Hammond (Ind) – Standing Down
Prediction: Con GAIN from Ind
Sevenoaks
Sir Michael Fallon (Con) – Standing Down
Prediction: Con Hold
Sittingbourne and Sheppey
Gordon Henderson (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Slough
Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi (Lab)
Prediction: Lab Hold
South Thanet
Craig Mackinlay (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
South West Surrey
Jeremy Hunt (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Southampton, Itchen
Royston Smith (Con)
Prediction: Lab GAIN from Con
Southampton, Test
Alan Whitehead (Lab)
Prediction: Lab Hold
Spelthorne
Kwasi Kwarteng (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Surrey Heath
Michael Gove (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Tonbridge and Malling
Tom Tugendhat (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Tunbridge Wells
Greg Clark (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Wantage
Ed Vaizey (Con) – Standing Down
Prediction: Con Hold
Wealden
Nus Ghani (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Winchester
Steve Brine (Con)
Prediction: LD GAIN from Con
Windsor
Adam Afriyie (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Witney
Robert Courts (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Woking
Jonathan Lord (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Wokingham
John Redwood (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Worthing West
Sir Peter Bottomley (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold
Wycombe
Steve Baker (Con)
Prediction: Con Hold

Prediction Notes, 8 December

These are the high-low ranges for each party in the South East (predicted seats in parenthesis):

Con (71) 65-79
Lab (8) 4-11
LD (4) 1-7
Grn (1) 0-1
Ind (0) 0-1

Prediction Notes, 24 November

Our prediction for the South East is as follows: Con 70, Lab 7, LD 6, Green 1.

Conservatives will go no lower than 63 but can go as high as 78 of the 84 seats here. Labour’s worst-case scenario is just four seats but they can expand up to 13. The Lib Dems’ worst result would be one seat but their best-case scenario is eight.

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