Exit poll results for each of Greater Manchester's 27 constituencies

-Credit: (Image: PA)
-Credit: (Image: PA)

The general election 2024 exit poll has forecast a landslide victory for the Labour party. The forecast, released when polling stations closed at 10pm, has predicted Sir Keir Starmer's Labour Party will win 410 seats in Parliament.

That would give the party a 170-seat majority over the Conservatives, who are forecast to win just 131 seats. If this turns out to be correct it would be the worst-ever election result for the Tories.

The exit polls also put the Lib Dems on 61 and Reform UK on 13. Results across the UK are now being counted with the first seat expected to be declared at around midnight.

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Exit polls take place at about 144 polling stations across the country, with tens of thousands of people asked to privately fill in a replica ballot as they leave, to get an indication of how they voted. They are carried out by Ipsos UK for Sky News, the BBC and ITV News.

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

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

  • Altrincham and Sale West: 99% chance of Labour gain

  • Ashton-under-Lyne: 99% chance of Labour hold

  • Blackley and Middleton South: 99% Labour hold

  • Bolton North East: 99% Labour gain

  • Bolton South and Walkden: 99% Labour hold

  • Bolton West: 98% Labout gain, 2% Con hold

  • Bury North: 99% Labour gain

  • Bury South: 99% Labour gain

  • Cheadle: 99% Lib Dem gain

  • Gorton and Denton: 99% Labour hold

  • Hazel Grove: 99% Lib Dem gain

  • Heywood and Middleton North: 99% Labour hold

  • Leigh and Atherton: 99% Labour gain

  • Makerfield: 99% Labour hold

  • Manchester Central: 99% Labour hold

  • Manchester Rusholme: 99% Labour hold

  • Manchester Withington: 99% Labour hold

  • Oldham East and Saddleworth: 99% Labour hold

  • Oldham West, Chadderton and Royton: 99% Labour hold

  • Rochdale: 99% Labour hold (compared to 2019 general election)

  • Salford: 99% Labour hold

  • Stalybridge and Hyde: 99% Labour hold

  • Stockport: 99% Labour hold

  • Stretford and Urmston: 99% Labour hold

  • Wigan: 99% Labour hold

  • Worsley and Eccles: 99% Labour hold

  • Wythenshawe and Sale East: 99% Labour hold