The Remain share of the vote mapped our browser does not support this interactive content. Results in detail are available here . The Remain campaign, in contrast, dominated in London, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The highest share of the vote achieved by the Remain camp was in Gibraltar, which is not shown on the map above. Seven of the 10 areas with the highest share of the vote for Remain were in London, including Lambeth, Hackney and Haringey, all of which polled over 75% to stay in the European Union. Edinburgh polled over 74% for Remain and Belfast West polled 74.1%. UK round-up Overall the Leave campaign came top in nine of the UK's nations and regions, with the Remain campaign coming top in just three. The West Midlands had the highest vote share for Leave, with Scotland highest for Remain. Image caption London, Scotland and Northern Ireland were the only areas that voted to Remain in the referendum Full list of every voting area by support for the Leave campaign Who turned out to vote? The turnout was high at แบบเสื้อทีมสวยๆ 72%, with more people turning out to vote than in last year's general election.
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