Marginal seats near 

Marginal constituencies are the contests in the election that are expected to be closest, based on the 2017 result. They are the most important seats to target for tactical voting, and wider campaigning for the party that can stop the Tories there.

ConstituencyLikely contest (2019)Tactical voteMargin (2017)Distance
Leeds North WestLabour vs Lib DemLabour9.13%11 miles
PudseyCon. vs LabourLabour0.61%14 miles
ShipleyCon. vs LabourLabour8.77%16 miles
KeighleyLabour vs Con.Labour0.46%18 miles
Morley and OutwoodCon. vs LabourLabour4.02%19 miles
WakefieldLabour vs Con.Labour4.70%23 miles
DewsburyLabour vs Con.Labour5.87%25 miles
Calder ValleyCon. vs LabourLabour1.05%27 miles
PendleCon. vs LabourLabour2.85%30 miles
Colne ValleyLabour vs Con.Labour1.51%30 miles
Penistone and StocksbridgeLabour vs Con.Labour2.66%36 miles
DarlingtonLabour vs Con.Labour7.32%36 miles
Stockton SouthLabour vs Con.Labour1.65%37 miles
Rossendale and DarwenCon. vs LabourLabour6.41%40 miles
Middlesbrough South and East ClevelandCon. vs LabourLabour2.14%41 miles
Bury NorthLabour vs Con.Labour9.13%43 miles
Sheffield, HallamLabour vs Lib DemNone3.73%44 miles
Bishop AucklandLabour vs Con.Labour1.16%44 miles
Rother ValleyLabour vs Con.Labour7.84%45 miles
Scarborough and WhitbyCon. vs LabourLabour6.81%47 miles
ScunthorpeLabour vs Con.Labour8.53%47 miles
Bolton North EastLabour vs Con.Labour8.40%47 miles
High PeakLabour vs Con.Labour4.31%48 miles