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colspan=4 style="text-align:center;" United Kingdom

colspan=4 { cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" style="background:transparent; width:100%;" style="width:25%;text-align:left;" class="noprint" 1831 ←
members

="width:50%;text-align:center;" 8 December 1832–8 January 1833

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United Kingdom general election 1832.svg

colspan=4 style="text-align:center" Colours denote the winning party.



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{ cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" style="background:transparent; width:100%;" style="width:50%; text-align:left; text-size: 80%" PM before election
Earl Grey
style="width:50%; text-align:right; text-size: 80%" Subsequent PM
Earl Grey
}

United Kingdom general election, 1832
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colspan=4 style="text-align:center" All 658 seats in the House of Commons
330 seats needed for a majority
style="text-align:left;"   style="text-align:center" First party style="text-align:center" Second party style="text-align:center" Third party
style="text-align:left" Leader

style="width:75px;text-align:center" Earl Grey style="width:75px;text-align:center" Duke of Wellington style="width:75px;text-align:center" Daniel O'Connell

style="width:75px;text-align:left" Party

style="width:75px;text-align:center" style="width:75px;text-align:center" style="width:75px;text-align:center"

style="text-align:left" Leader since

style="width:75px;text-align:center" 22 November 1830 style="width:75px;text-align:center" 22 January 1828 style="text-align:center"

style="text-align:left" Leader's seat

style="width:75px;text-align:center" Earl Grey style="width:75px;text-align:center" Duke of Wellington style="width:75px;text-align:center" Dublin City

style="text-align:left" Seats won

style="width:75px;text-align:center" 441 style="width:75px;text-align:center" 175 style="width:75px;text-align:center" 42

style="text-align:left" Seat change

style="width:75px;text-align:center" Increase 71 style="width:75px;text-align:center" Decrease 60 style="text-align:center"

style="text-align:left" Popular vote

style="width:75px;text-align:center" 554,719 style="width:75px;text-align:center" 241,284 style="width:75px;text-align:center" 31,773

style="text-align:left" Percentage

style="width:75px;text-align:center" 67.0% style="width:75px;text-align:center" 29.2% style="width:75px;text-align:center" 3.8%

1830 election MPs
1831 election MPs
1832 election MPs
1835 election MPs
1837 election MPs

The 1832 United Kingdom general election, the first after the Reform Act, saw the Whigs win a large majority, with the Tories winning less than 30% of the vote.


United Kingdom general election, 1832 sections
Intro  Parties and leaders at the general election  Dates of election  Summary of the constituencies  Results  See also  References  

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colspan=4 style="text-align:center;" United Kingdom

colspan=4 { cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" style="background:transparent; width:100%;" style="width:25%;text-align:left;" class="noprint" 1831 ←
members

="width:50%;text-align:center;" 8 December 1832–8 January 1833

="width:25%;text-align:right;" class="noprint" → 1835
}

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United Kingdom general election 1832.svg

colspan=4 style="text-align:center" Colours denote the winning party.



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{ cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" style="background:transparent; width:100%;" style="width:50%; text-align:left; text-size: 80%" PM before election
Earl Grey
style="width:50%; text-align:right; text-size: 80%" Subsequent PM
Earl Grey
}

United Kingdom general election, 1832
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colspan=4 style="text-align:center" All 658 seats in the House of Commons
330 seats needed for a majority
style="text-align:left;"   style="text-align:center" First party style="text-align:center" Second party style="text-align:center" Third party
style="text-align:left" Leader

style="width:75px;text-align:center" Earl Grey style="width:75px;text-align:center" Duke of Wellington style="width:75px;text-align:center" Daniel O'Connell

style="width:75px;text-align:left" Party

style="width:75px;text-align:center" style="width:75px;text-align:center" style="width:75px;text-align:center"

style="text-align:left" Leader since

style="width:75px;text-align:center" 22 November 1830 style="width:75px;text-align:center" 22 January 1828 style="text-align:center"

style="text-align:left" Leader's seat

style="width:75px;text-align:center" Earl Grey style="width:75px;text-align:center" Duke of Wellington style="width:75px;text-align:center" Dublin City

style="text-align:left" Seats won

style="width:75px;text-align:center" 441 style="width:75px;text-align:center" 175 style="width:75px;text-align:center" 42

style="text-align:left" Seat change

style="width:75px;text-align:center" Increase 71 style="width:75px;text-align:center" Decrease 60 style="text-align:center"

style="text-align:left" Popular vote

style="width:75px;text-align:center" 554,719 style="width:75px;text-align:center" 241,284 style="width:75px;text-align:center" 31,773

style="text-align:left" Percentage

style="width:75px;text-align:center" 67.0% style="width:75px;text-align:center" 29.2% style="width:75px;text-align:center" 3.8%

1830 election MPs
1831 election MPs
1832 election MPs
1835 election MPs
1837 election MPs

The 1832 United Kingdom general election, the first after the Reform Act, saw the Whigs win a large majority, with the Tories winning less than 30% of the vote.


United Kingdom general election, 1832 sections
Intro  Parties and leaders at the general election  Dates of election  Summary of the constituencies  Results  See also  References  

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