The date of the next general election, which is expected to be held this year, is not yet known - but who would win in the North East if we held the election today? Take a look at our chart.

Five years on from an unprecedented Conservative victory under the slogan 'Get Brexit Done', voters will once again head out to the polls this year for the general election.

In the North East back in 2019, seats that were seen as intrinsic to Labour's red wall here in the region turned Conservative (or, 'blue') for the first time including Hartlepool and Blyth Valley.

Now, the latest YouGov polling which surveyed nearly 19,000 adults predicts that Labour could be on course to win a 403-seat supermajority leaving Conservative rivals with just 155.

In the North East, this polling adds up to predict that none of the MPs elected to represent the region in 2019 would retain their seats.

This would include Jill Mortimer, Peter Gibson and Paul Howell.

Who would win in your constituency and what would the vote share be according to the latest polls? Take a look at our chart:

Nationally, prominent Tory figures including Jeremy Hunt, Penny Mordaunt, Sir Iain Duncan Smith, and Sir Jacob Rees-Mogg would also be on course to lose their seats.

North of the border, YouGov estimates that Labour will be the largest party in Scotland.

They are projected to win 28 Scottish seats, followed by the SNP with 19.

The Lib Dems and Conservatives would win five each under the modelling.


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The Green Party would continue to hold Brighton Pavilion according to the polling, the seat currently held by Caroline Lucas – who is standing down at the election.

The party is also a close second to Labour in the newly created Bristol Central seat.

In Wales, Plaid Cymru is expected to win a total of four seats, including the proposed Caerfyrddin constituency.