The Scottish National Party

The Scottish National Party

The Scottish National Party first put a candidate up for election in the 1929 general election. The Scottish National Party won its first MP to the House of Commons in 1970. After devolution, the Scottish National Party has far more representation in the Scottish Parliament based in Edinburgh.

 

 

1929: 3,313 votes; 0.2% of the votes cast in Scotland; 0 MPís

 

 

1931: 20,954 votes; 1.0% of the votes cast in Scotland; 0 MPís

 

 

1935: 25,652 votes; 1.1% of the votes cast in Scotland; 0 MPís

 

 

1945: 30,595 votes; 1.2% of the votes cast in Scotland; 0 MPís

 

 

1950: 9,708 votes; 0.4% of the votes cast in Scotland; 0 MPís

 

 

1951: 7,299 votes; 0.3% of the votes cast in Scotland; 0 MPís

 

 

1955: 12,112 votes; 0.5% of the votes cast in Scotland; 0 MPís

 

 

1959: 21,738 votes; 0.8% of the votes cast in Scotland; 0 MPís

 

 

1964: 64,044 votes; 2.4% of the votes cast in Scotland; 0 MPís

 

 

1966: 128,474 votes; 5.0% of the votes cast in Scotland; 0 MPís

 

 

1970: 306,802 votes; 11.4% of the votes cast in Scotland; 1 MP

 

 

1974: 633,180 votes; 21.9% of the votes cast in Scotland; 7 MPís

 

 

1974: 839,617 votes; 30.4% of the votes cast in Scotland; 11 MPís

 

 

1979: 504,259 votes; 17.3% of the votes cast in Scotland; 2 MPís


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"The Scottish National Party". HistoryLearningSite.co.uk. 2014. Web.






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