It reached 61.4 percent in 2005 for Tony Blair’s re-election, 65.1 percent for the Tory-Lib Dem coalition in 2010 and then up again to 66.1 percent in 2015 which resulted in the Lib Dem destruction. 

There were, however, huge turnouts at some constituencies. 

In East Dunbartonshire, where Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson is  fighting to hold her seat against an SNP challenge, there was an 80.38 percent turnout, much higher than the average for the seats declared so far. 

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