Ballymoney. Part two of the bible belt series Ladies and Gents.

Below are the statistical changes by ward for Ballymoney. Does anyone know whatballymoney2 is happening in Killoquin? North and south? Has anyone noticed yet that the increase in the “none” and “other” allocation seems to balance with the reduction in the “unionist” percentage while the “catholic” percentages steadily increase?

Overall there is little change here other than a 3.5 % swing in the green direction. The balance is 63%/ 32% Protestants/ Catholics in 2011 from 66%/ 31% in 2001.

Courtesy of An Sionnach Fionn.

Courtesy of An Sionnach Fionn.

2011 Council results were: (See below)

DUP: 2,069 (42.3%), 3 seats
SF: 1,664 (34.0%), 2 seats
TUV: 440 (9.0%), 1 seat
SDLP: 373 (7.6%)
UUP: 345 (7.1%)

NB* Correction!

The full council figures are:
8 DUP
3 SF
2 UUP
1 TUV
1 SDLP
1 Independent.

An over representation for nationalists perhaps?

Catholic Change Protestant Change
95EE01 Ballyhoe and Corkey -1.2% 0.2%
95EE02 Benvardin 0.6% -5.8%
95EE03 Carnany -0.6% -2.3%
95EE04 Clogh Mills -2.7% 0.0%
95EE05 Dervock 3.2% -6.2%
95EE06 Dunloy -2.5% 1.5%
95EE07 Fairhill -1.1% -3.1%
95EE08 Glebe 0.8% -4.7%
95EE09 Killoquin Lower -2.9% -1.0%
95EE10 Killoquin Upper 3.3% -5.4%
95EE11 Knockaholet 0.0% -2.7%
95EE12 Newhill 1.1% -4.3%
95EE13 Route -1.6% -2.5%
95EE14 Seacon 3.0% -7.6%
95EE15 Stranocum 4.0% -8.3%
95EE16 The Vow -1.8% -1.7%
Total 0.1% -3.4%
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