Here's how the next Senedd would look if only 11 - 15 year olds voted...



More than one in twenty young people aged between 11 and 15 years old have voted in a Senedd election for young people as part of Project Vote.


Almost 10,000 young people cast their vote in this first ever parallel election.


Plaid Cymru is the largest party with 19 seats; Labour came second with 17.


Overall, 7 parties gained seats in the parallel election, including 3 parties that gained regional seats that have not previously held seats in the Senedd (Green Party, Communist Party, and No More Lockdowns).

Light Green: Plaid Cymru, Red: Labour, Blue: Conservatives, Dark Green: Green Party, Grey: No Data

Here are the total seat counts:


Plaid Cymru – 19 seats

Labour – 17 seats

Conservatives – 6 seats

Green Party – 6 seats

Communist Party – 4 seats

Liberal Democrats – 3 seats

No More Lockdowns – 1 seat


Constituency vote share:


Labour - 29%

Plaid - 28%

Conservatives - 11%

Liberal Democrats - 10%

Green Party - 8%

Reform UK - 4%

Abolish the Welsh Assembly - 2%

Freedom Alliance - 2%

Propel - 2%

Independent - 2%

Other - 2%


Regional vote share:


Labour - 23%

Plaid - 22%

Green Party - 11%

Conservatives - 10%

Communist Party - 8%

Liberal Democrats - 7%

Abolish the Welsh Assembly - 3%

No More Lockdowns - 3%

Propel - 3%

Reform UK - 3%

Gwlad - 2%

UKIP - 2%

Freedom Alliance - 1%

Welsh TUSC - 1%

Independent - 0%

Workers Party- 0%

Welsh Christian Party - 0%

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