1925 Northern Ireland general election
The 1925 Northern Ireland general election was held on 3 April 1925. It was the second election to the Parliament of Northern Ireland. It saw significant losses for the Ulster Unionist Party, although they maintained their large majority. This was the last election for the Stormont parliament conducted using the Proportional Representation system. It was abolished by the Ulster Unionist government during this parliament and replaced with the first-past-the-post system used in Great Britain.
All 52 seats to the House of Commons of Northern Ireland
27 seats were needed for a majority
Percentage of seats gained by each of the party.
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|1925 Northern Ireland general election|
|Stood||Elected||Gained||Unseated||Net||% of total||%||No.||Net %|
|Town Tenants' Association||1||0||0||0||0||0.9||3,320||N/A|
Electorate 611,683 (512,264 in contested seats); Turnout: 75.1% (384,745).