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Results of the exit poll for each of Greater Manchester’s 27 constituencies

The 2024 general election poll predicts a landslide victory for the Labour Party. The forecast, released after polls closed at 10pm, predicts that Sir Keir Starmer’s Labour Party will win 410 seats in Parliament.

This would give the party a majority of 170 seats over the Conservatives, who are forecast to win only 131 seats. If this forecast comes true, it would be the Tories’ worst election result ever.




Post-election polls put the Liberal Democrats on 61 and Reform UK on 13. Results across the UK are currently being counted and the first seat is expected to be announced around midnight.

READ MORE: Greater Manchester and UK General Election 2024 results and updates – live updates

Exit polls are taking place in around 144 polling stations across the country. Tens of thousands of people are being asked to privately fill in a duplicate ballot paper as they leave the polling station to give them an indication of how they voted. They are being conducted by Ipsos UK for Sky News, the BBC and ITV News.

The accuracy of exit polls appears to have improved over time. In 2019, the exit poll predicted a Conservative majority of 86 seats, which was very close to the final margin of 80 seats.

But what does the exit poll predict for Greater Manchester seats? Here’s the forecast for each of Greater Manchester’s 27 constituencies, according to the exit poll.

  • Altrincham and Sale West: 99% chance of increasing workload
  • Ashton-under-Lyne: 99% chance that Labour will retain the party
  • Blackley and Middleton South: 99% Work stoppage
  • Bolton North East: 99% labor profit
  • Bolton South and Walkden: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Bolton West: 98% profit at Labout, 2% at Con
  • North buried: 99% labor profit
  • South buried: 99% Labor profit
  • Cheadle: 99% gain for the Liberal Democrats
  • Gorton and Denton: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Hazelnut grove: 99% gain for the Liberal Democrats
  • Heywood and Middleton North: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Leigh and Atherton: 99% labor profit
  • Makerfield: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Manchester Centre: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Manchester Rusholme: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Manchester Withington: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Oldham East and Saddleworth: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Oldham West, Chadderton and Royton: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Rochdale: 99% for the Labour Party (compared to the 2019 general election)
  • Salford: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Stalybridge and Hyde: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Stockport: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Stretford and Urmston: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Wigan – Statistics & current form 99% of the workforce remains
  • Worsley and Eccles: 99% of the workforce remains
  • Wythenshawe and Sale East: 99% of the workforce remains