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2010 Results:
Conservative: 20774 (43.03%)
Labour: 3387 (7.01%)
Liberal Democrat: 20251 (41.94%)
UKIP: 3088 (6.4%)
Green: 701 (1.45%)
Independent: 82 (0.17%)
Majority: 523 (1.09%)

Notional 2005 Results:
Liberal Democrat: 21780 (45.1%)
Conservative: 17207 (35.7%)
Labour: 5577 (11.6%)
Other: 3692 (7.7%)
Majority: 4573 (9.5%)

Actual 2005 result
Conservative: 21593 (35.5%)
Labour: 6931 (11.4%)
Liberal Democrat: 27808 (45.7%)
UKIP: 3881 (6.4%)
Other: 685 (1.1%)
Majority: 6215 (10.2%)

2001 Result
Conservative: 23332 (39.3%)
Labour: 7366 (12.4%)
Liberal Democrat: 26343 (44.4%)
UKIP: 2269 (3.8%)
Majority: 3011 (5.1%)

1997 Result
Conservative: 24679 (39.2%)
Labour: 11311 (18%)
Liberal Democrat: 24398 (38.8%)
Other: 2557 (4.1%)
Majority: 281 (0.4%)

Boundary changes:

Profile:

portraitCurrent MP: Anne-Marie Morris (Conservative) Lawyer and marketing consultant. West Sussex County Councillor.

2010 election candidates:
portraitAnne-Marie Morris (Conservative) Lawyer and marketing consultant. West Sussex County Councillor.
portraitPatrick Canavan (Labour)
portraitRichard Younger-Ross(Liberal Democrat) (more information at They work for you)
portraitCorinne Lindsey (Green)
portraitJackie Hooper (UKIP)
portraitKeith Sharp (Independent)

2001 Census Demographics

Total 2001 Population: 83923
Male: 47.8%
Female: 52.2%
Under 18: 20.8%
Over 60: 28.1%
Born outside UK: 3.8%
White: 98.9%
Mixed: 0.4%
Other: 0.4%
Christian: 76.3%
Full time students: 2.8%
Graduates 16-74: 16.5%
No Qualifications 16-74: 28%
Owner-Occupied: 77.3%
Social Housing: 9.2% (Council: 6.5%, Housing Ass.: 2.7%)
Privately Rented: 10.6%
Homes without central heating and/or private bathroom: 14.3%

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