#YUSUElections

Election Statistics

Voters By Position

The chart below shows the number of ballots cast for each position.

Vote Turnout

The graph below shows the number of unique voters who have cast a ballot in the YUSU Elections. The figure for 2017 displays real-time data and will update when you refresh the page until voting closes on Friday 24 February. All other figures (for 2008-2016) are static, displaying the total number of people who voted in that year's elections.

Voters By College

The chart below shows the percentage of each college population that has voted so far, therefore demonstrating those colleges who are most active in the election.

Which in terms of actual voters is as follows:

Voters By Department

History
433 / 978 (44.3%)
Biology
416 / 1054 (39.5%)
English and Related Literature
396 / 922 (43%)
Mathematics
255 / 812 (31.4%)
Psychology
252 / 836 (30.1%)
Politics
241 / 651 (37%)
Chemistry
237 / 823 (28.8%)
Economics
198 / 820 (24.1%)
York Management School
188 / 1058 (17.8%)
Theatre Film and Television
179 / 523 (34.2%)
York Law School
179 / 591 (30.3%)
Politics Economics and Philosophy
177 / 386 (45.9%)
Sociology
160 / 508 (31.5%)
Environment Department
150 / 538 (27.9%)
Language and Linguistic Science
144 / 499 (28.9%)
Physics
140 / 568 (24.6%)
Electronics
125 / 629 (19.9%)
Educational Studies
124 / 678 (18.3%)
Computer Science
116 / 772 (15%)
Philosophy
87 / 270 (32.2%)
Archaeology
71 / 475 (14.9%)
Music
68 / 339 (20.1%)
Health Sciences
56 / 1299 (4.3%)
School of Social and Political Sciences
56 / 113 (49.6%)
Social Policy and Social Work
54 / 703 (7.7%)
History of Art
47 / 261 (18%)
Hull York Medical School
42 / 408 (10.3%)
Natural Sciences
41 / 62 (66.1%)
International Pathway College
9 / 280 (3.2%)
Centre for Medieval Studies
5 / 43 (11.6%)
Centre for Womens Studies
5 / 58 (8.6%)
Centre for Lifelong Learning
3 / 493 (0.6%)

Ballots Cast

The graph below shows the number of individual ballots cast in the YUSU Elections. A voter casts a ballot when they express their preferences for candidates in a given position (e.g. York Sport President). As such, in 2016, each voter can cast up to 18 ballots, one for each of the positions being elected. The data is displayed in real time, mapped against the real-time data from previous years (each line will update when you refresh the page).