EU Referendum Outcome for Borough of Scarborough
Following an EU Referendum count held overnight at Scarborough Sports Centre, the outcome of the referendum for the Scarborough Borough Council area, as announced by Local Counting Officer Jim Dillon, is:Remain a member of the European Union: 22,999 votes
Leave the European Union: 37,512 votes
The turnout for the area was 73.03%
There were 28 spoilt ballot papers.
The outcome has been submitted to the regional count for Yorkshire and The Humber at Leeds Arena. It will form part of the regional result that will feed into the national centre in Manchester.
Across the Borough of Scarborough, which includes Filey and Whitby, 82,900 people were eligible to vote in the EU Referendum. 87 polling stations were open from 7am until 10pm on Thursday 23 June and 224 polling station staff were on duty.
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