How you voted: Referendum results in detail from every Yorkshire district

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YORK, Harrogate and Leeds were the only three of Yorkshire’s 21 districts to vote to remain in Europe.

Turnout figures revealed Yorkshire voters had come out in vast numbers, heeding the call from politicians on both sides to have their say in this once-in-a-lifetime decision about the country’s future.

More than 80 per cent of people in Craven had cast their vote, a remarkable figure, and almost all districts registered figures in the high sixties and seventies.

In a sign of the highly unusual nature of the night, news that 54 per cent of Hull voters had bothered to vote - a figure that would have been highly respectable in local or European elections - was met with shock in the room and on social media.

It later turned out to be an administrative mistake.

Then came the results. First Craven, Richmondshire and North East Lincolnshire, all for Leave.

Referendum results in full

Referendum results in full

But it was the narrow victory for Leave in Sheffield, killing off Remain’s hopes that urban areas would salvage their hopes, which removed any doubt.

As the minutes and hours passed, district after district backed Leave with only Harrogate, Leeds and, as breakfast time arrived and the national result now clearly beyond doubt, York, supporting In.

With tables and chairs already being folded away, Leeds Council chief executive Tom Riordan confirmed the 58 per cent regional victory for Leave.

Here are the votes cast and turnout in each district.

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BARNSLEY

Turnout: 122,909 (69.93%)

Leave 45,007 (36.62%)

Remain 38,951 (31.69%)

*Leave 83,958 (68.31%)

BRADFORD

Turnout: 228,488 (66.65%)

Leave 19,338 (8.46%)

Remain 104,575 (45.77%)

*Leave 123,913 (54.23%)

CALDERDALE

Turnout: 105,925 (71.00%)

Leave 12,025 (11.35%)

Remain 46,950 (44.32%)

*Leave 58,975 (55.68%)

CRAVEN

Turnout: 35,891 (80.98%)

Leave 2,031 (5.66%)

Remain 16,930 (47.17%)

*Leave 18,961 (52.83%)

DONCASTER

Turnout: 151,182 (69.53%)

Leave 57,338 (37.93%)

Remain 46,922 (31.04%)

*Leave 104,260 (68.96%)

EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE

Turnout: 198,915 (74.88%)

Leave 41,357 (20.79%)

Remain 78,779 (39.60%)

*Leave 120,136 (60.40%)

HAMBLETON

Turnout: 54,982 (78.39%)

Leave 4,022 (7.32%)

Remain 25,480 (46.34%)

*Leave 29,502 (53.66%)

HARROGATE

Turnout: 94,585 (78.84%)

Remain 1,837 (1.94%)

*Remain 48,211 (50.97%)

Leave 46,374 (49.03%)

KINGSTON-UPON-HULL

Turnout: 113,355 (62.89%)

Leave 39,937 (35.23%)

Remain 36,709 (32.38%)

*Leave 76,646 (67.62%)

KIRKLEES

Turnout: 217,240 (70.75%)

Leave 20,270 (9.33%)

Remain 98,485 (45.33%)

*Leave 118,755 (54.67%)

LEEDS

Turnout: 387,337 (71.33%)

Remain 2,389 (0.62%)

*Remain 194,863 (50.31%)

Leave 192,474 (49.69%)

NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE

Turnout: 78,982 (67.92%)

Leave 31,388 (39.74%)

Remain 23,797 (30.13%)

*Leave 55,185 (69.87%)

NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE

Turnout: 88,862 (71.90%)

Leave 28,968 (32.60%)

Remain 29,947 (33.70%)

*Leave 58,915 (66.30%)

RICHMONDSHIRE

Turnout: 27,636 (75.11%)

Leave 3,746 (13.55%)

Remain 11,945 (43.22%)

*Leave 15,691 (56.78%)

ROTHERHAM

Turnout: 137,387 (69.52%)

Leave 49,157 (35.78%)

Remain 44,115 (32.11%)

*Leave 93,272 (67.89%)

RYEDALE

Turnout: 32,050 (77.21%)

Leave 3,370 (10.51%)

Remain 14,340 (44.74%)

*Leave 17,710 (55.26%)

SCARBOROUGH

Turnout: 60,511 (73.00%)

Leave 14,513 (23.98%)

Remain 22,999 (38.01%)

*Leave 37,512 (61.99%)

SELBY

Turnout: 51,603 (79.05%)

Leave 9,461 (18.33%)

Remain 21,071 (40.83%)

*Leave 30,532 (59.17%)

SHEFFIELD

Turnout: 266,753 (67.87%)

Leave 5,283 (1.98%)

Remain 130,735 (49.01%)

*Leave 136,018 (50.99%)

WAKEFIELD

Turnout: 175,042 (71.13%)

Leave 57,288 (32.73%)

Remain 58,877 (33.64%)

*Leave 116,165 (66.36%)

YORK

Turnout: 109,600 (70.64%)

Remain 17,634 (16.09%)

*Remain 63,617 (58.04%)

Leave 45,983 (41.96%)

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