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Mayor of London election 2012 results

Elections for the Mayor of London and the London Assembly were held on Thursday 3rd May 2012.

Results

Mayoral candidates are listed below in order of first preference votes received. Conservative party candidate Boris Johnson was re-elected Mayor.

    1st Pref % 2nd Pref % Final
Boris Johnson Boris Johnson 971,931 44.01 82,880 44.74 1,054,811
Conservative  
Ken Livingstone Ken Livingstone 889,918 40.30 102,355 55.26 992,273
Labour  
Jenny Jones Jenny Jones 98,913 4.48      
Green  
Brian Paddick Brian Paddick 91,774 4.16      
Liberal Democrat  
Siobhan Benita Siobhan Benita 83,914 3.80      
Independent  
Lawrence Webb Lawrence Webb 43,274 1.96      
UKIP  
Carlos Cortiglia Carlos Cortiglia 28,751 1.30      
BNP  

Candidate speeches following the count




Turnout at London Mayor elections


Opinion Polls

Graph and table showing the results, date, and source of voter intentions polls conducted prior to the 2012 London Mayoral election -



Table: London Mayor 2012 election polls (first preference)
Date/Source Johnson Livingstone Paddick Others
02/05/2012 - YouGov 43% 38% 7% 12%
30/04/2012 - Opinium 43% 37% 7% 13%
29/04/2012 - YouGov 44% 41% 6% 10%
29/04/2012 - Populus 46% 34% 5% 15%
25/04/2012 - ComRes 45% 36% 5% 13%
24/04/2012 - Survation 42% 31% 10% 16%
22/04/2012 - YouGov 43% 41% 8% 9%
16/04/2012 - TNS-BMRB 45% 35% 11% 9%
15/04/2012 - YouGov 45% 40% 7% 8%
05/04/2012 - ComRes 46% 41% 6% 6%
15/03/2012 - YouGov 49% 41% 5% 4%
10/02/2012 - YouGov 46% 45% 6% 3%
21/01/2012 - ComRes 44% 46% 5% 5%
16/01/2012 - YouGov 44% 46% 7% 3%
27/11/2011 - ComRes 48% 40% 7% 4%
09/06/2011 - YouGov 48% 41% 2% 9%
2008 result 42.4% 36.3% 9.6% 11.4%

Election broadcasts by the candidates




Results from previous Mayoral elections


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