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1832 General Election

1832 General Election

England

C: 193,435 votes (29.2%) - 117 MP's elected

L: 474,523 votes (70.8%) - 347 MP's elected

Wales

C: 7,466 votes (53.4%) - 14 MP's elected

L: 6,348 votes (46.6%) - 18 MP's elected

Scotland

C: 9,752 votes (21%) - 10 MP's elected

L: 44,003 votes (79%) - 43 MP's elected

Ireland

C: 28,030 votes (32.1%) - 28 MP's elected

L: 29,013 votes (33.3%) - 33 MP's elected

R: 31,771 votes (34.6%) - 42 MP's elected

Universities

C: 2,594 votes (76.2%) - 6 MP's elected

L: 813 votes (23.8%) - 0 MP's elected

United Kingdom

C: 241,277 votes (29.4%) - 175 MP's

L: 554,700 votes (66.7%) - 441 MP's elected

R: 31,771 votes (3.9%) - 42 MP's elected (14 unopposed)

C = Conservative Party

L = Liberal (Whigs) Party

R = Repealer Party

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