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At a glance: How NI voted in the EU Referendum

Northern Ireland went to the polls on Thursday in the historic referendum. Photo: Pacemaker

Fifty-six percent of voters in Northern Ireland were in favour of the United Kingdom remaining in the European Union, while 44% said leave.

Seven constituencies voted leave:

  • Belfast East
  • East Antrim
  • Lagan Valley
  • North Antrim
  • South Antrim
  • Strangford
  • Upper Bann

Eleven constituencies voted remain:

  • Belfast North, South and West
  • East Londonderry
  • Fermanagh and South Tyrone
  • Foyle
  • Mid Ulster
  • Newry and Armagh
  • North Down
  • South Down
  • West Tyrone

The total number of votes polled in Northern Ireland was 790,523.

440,707
people in Northern Ireland voted Remain.
349,442
people in Northern Ireland voted Leave.

Overall turnout for Northern Ireland stood at 62.69%.

The constituency with the highest turnout was Fermanagh and South Tyrone at 67.82%.

Belfast West had the lowest turnout on 48.85%.

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