Top ten per cent of constituencies for university application rates

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Here is a list of the top 10% of constituencies for university application rates in 2017, according to data from Ucas.

The political party of the sitting MP is also listed, along with the area of the UK.

Data for Scotland is not comparable and is therefore not included.

1. Wimbledon: 70.3% (Conservative, London)

2. Richmond Park: 65.6% (Liberal Democrat, London)

3. Chelsea & Fulham: 65.1% (Conservative, London)

4. Chesham & Amersham: 64.3% (Conservative, South East)

5. Twickenham: 63% (Conservative, London)

6. Beaconsfield: 62.7% (Conservative, South East)

7. Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner: 62.6% (Conservative, London)

8. Esher & Walton: 59.1% (Conservative, South East)

9. Sheffield Hallam: 58.5% (Liberal Democrat, Yorkshire & Humberside)

10. Hitchin & Harpenden: 57.7% (Conservative, Eastern)

11. Altrincham & Sale West: 57.6% (Conservative, North West)

12. St Albans: 57.6% (Conservative, Eastern)

13. Enfield Southgate: 57.5% (Conservative, London)

14. Putney: 57.4% (Conservative, London)

15. Chipping Barnet: 57.3% (Conservative, London)

16. Ilford North: 56.7% (Labour, London)

17. Mole Valley: 56.4% (Conservative, South East)

18. Beckenham: 56.1% (Conservative, London)

19. Hertfordshire South West: 55.7% (Conservative, Eastern)

20. Wyre & Preston North: 55.7% (Conservative, North West)

21. Harrow West: 55.6% (Labour, London)

22. Ealing Central & Acton: 55.4% (Labour, London)

23. Battersea: 55.2% (Conservative, London)

24. Harrow East: 55.1% (Conservative, London)

25. Brent North: 55% (Labour, London)

26. Ilford South: 54.7% (Labour, London)

27. Hertsmere: 54.5% (Conservative, Eastern)

28. Rushcliffe: 53.9% (Conservative, East Midlands)

29. Tooting: 53.8% (Labour, London)

30. Tatton: 53.6% (Conservative, North West)

31. Hampstead & Kilburn: 53.5% (Labour, London)

32. Brentford & Isleworth: 53.2% (Labour, London)

33. Cheadle: 53.1% (Conservative, North West)

34. Sutton Coldfield: 53% (Conservative, West Midlands)

35. Finchley & Golders Green: 52.9% (Conservative, London)

36. Leeds North East: 52.8% (Labour, Yorkshire & Humberside)

37. Wirral South: 52.8% (Labour, North-west)

38. Tyrone West: 52.4% (Sinn Fein, Northern Ireland)

39. Londonderry East: 52.4% (Democratic Unionist Party, Northern Ireland)

40. Antrim East: 52.4% (Democratic Unionist Party, Northern Ireland)

41. Belfast South: 52.3% (Social Democratic and Labour Party, Northern Ireland)

42. Hornsey & Wood Green: 52.2% (Labour, London)

43. Ealing Southall: 51.7% (Labour, London)

44. Foyle: 51.5% (Social Democratic and Labour Party, Northern Ireland)

45. Sutton & Cheam: 51.5% (Conservative, London)

46. Down North: 51.1% (Independent, Northern Ireland)

47. Strangford: 51% (Democratic Unionist Party, Northern Ireland)

48. Northamptonshire South: 50.8% (Conservative, East Midlands)

49. Down South: 50.7% (Social Democratic and Labour Party, Northern Ireland)

50. Henley: 50.6% (Conservative, South East)

51. Ulster Mid: 50.4% (Sinn Fein, Northern Ireland)

52. Runnymede & Weybridge: 50.4% (Conservative, South East)

53. Epsom & Ewell: 50.3% (Conservative, South East)

54. Maidenhead: 50.2% (Conservative, South East)

55. Antrim North: 50.2% (Democratic Unionist Party, Northern Ireland)

56. Wirral West: 50.1% (Labour, North West)

57. Chingford & Woodford Green: 50% (Conservative, London)

58. Kenilworth & Southam: 49.9% (Conservative, West Midlands)

59. Lagan Valley: 49.7% (Democratic Unionist Party, Northern Ireland)

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