Comparing local authorities

[table]Eligible EU voters 1 December 2013 (ONS),Eligible EU voters Local elections 22 May 2014,UC1 Forms sent,UC1 Forms received,% received,Eligible EU voters EP election 22 May 2014,% Non-Eligible EU voters,% that could vote,EP turnout
Barnet,,22824,22140,6714,30%,6714,70.6%,29.4%,
Bournemouth,,”10,000″,10000,1490,15%,1463,85.4%,14.6%,
Brighton and Hove,,”11,564″,”11,564″,”2,976″,26%,”2,976″,74.3%,25.7%,
Crawley,”5,402″,”5,336″,”5,336″,”1,320″,25%,”1,320″,75.3%,24.7%,36.6%
Cornwall,”4,519″,”4,590″,”4,521″,”1,165″,26%,”1,163″,74.7%,25.3%,36.0%
Croydon,”15,938″,”16,089″,”17,286″,”4,673″,27%,”4,668″,71.0%,29.0%,
Exeter,,”3,045″,”3,045″,850,28%,850,72.1%,27.9%,
Hackney,”18,106″,”18,490″,”17,970″,”3,879″,22%,”3,879″,79.0%,21.0%,41.5%
Hillingdon,”12,872″,13128,”13,128″,”5,706″,43%,”5,706″,56.5%,43.5%,
Horsham,”1,796″,1854,”1,854″,872,47%,982,47.0%,53.0%,
Kensington and Chelsea,,”21,955″,”21,955″,”2,302″,10%,”2,302″,89.5%,10.5%,
Kettering,,”2,454″,”2,454″,393,16%,393,84.0%,16.0%,
Kingston upon Thames,”9,634″,”9,574″,”9,574″,”5,119″,53%,”3,140″,67.2%,32.8%,
Lambeth,,”21,886″,”21,886″,”5,932″,27%,”5,932″,72.9%,27.1%,
Lancaster,,”2,133″,”2,133″,342,16%,342,84.0%,16.0%,
Merton,,”17,373″,”17,373″,”5,099″,29%,”5,099″,70.6%,29.4%,
Newham,,”26,105″,”26,105″,”4,982″,19%,”4,982″,80.9%,19.1%,
Pendle,,”1,855″,”1,855″,160,9%,160,91.4%,8.6%,
Pembrokeshire,,706,706,217,31%,217,69.3%,30.7%,
Redbridge,”13,173″,”9,923″,”9,923″,”3,666″,37%,”3,666″,63.1%,36.9%,
Sutton,,”7,915″,”7,915″,”2,524″,32%,”2,224″,71.9%,28.1%,
Uttlesford,”1,482″,”1,477″,”1,477″,312,21%,312,78.9%,21.1%,
Waverley,”2,213″,”2,171″,”2,171″,687,32%,687,68.4%,31.6%,
Westminster,”22,427″,”17,780″,”17,780″,”4,636″,26%,”4,636″,73.9%,26.1%,
Wiltshire,”5,270″,”5,343″,”4,179″,”1,615″,39%,”1,615″,69.8%,30.2%,
TOTAL,112832,255570,254330,67631,26.6%,65428,74.4%,25.6%,
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,,,% Denied,74.4%,,% GAP,8.6%,,
,,,#  Denied,”1,079,044″,,#  GAP,”124,573″,,[/table]