Oxfordshire voted decisively to remain in the European Union, with over 215,000 in favour of staying compared with less than 164,000 wanting to leave.
Oxfordshire delivered a decisive vote in favour of remaining in the European Union in the EU Referendum on 23 June 2016. Only one district failed to vote in favour, and then only by a very small margin of 0.3%.
Overall, more than 215,000 Oxfordshire voters were in favour of IN, compared with less than 164,000 voting to leave, a majority of more than 51,000 for staying in the EU.
The results were as follows:
|District||Turnout||Leave||Remain||% for IN|
|City of Oxford||72.3%||20,913||49,424||70.3%|
|Vale of White Horse||81.1%||33,192||43,462||56.7%|
This compares with the result in England of 46.6% to remain in (on a turnout of 73.0%) and the overall result for the whole of the UK of 48.1% to remain in the EU (on a turnout of 72.2%).
Further detail on the results can be found on the BBC News website by clicking here.