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EU Referendum Detailed result
As a result of a freedom of information request, Sevenoaks council have released more detailed results than those published on the day. To count the votes they split them into 40 mini-counts. Often this means it is difficult to get a local result because sometimes votes from polling stations at opposite ends of the district were counted together.

For Hartley, the northern half of the parish who vote at the Scout Hut were counted alone, but the southern part of Hartley, who vote at the Church Hall, were counted with 1,000 postal votes from across the district.

With that in mind the local results were:

North Hartley: Remain 458 (33%), Leave 944 (67%)
South Hartley + Postal: Remain 958 (43%), Leave 1,269 (57%)

Overall the whole borough voted 54% - 46% to leave, but this masks a sizeable remain majority in Sevenoaks Town itself.

Postal voting was very high - nearly 1 in 5 people in Sevenoaks District had voted in advance.
Posted on 22 Feb 2017 by administrator
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