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UK General Election Leaders by Popular Vote during General Election.

Guess the UK party leader by how many votes they received in their most popular general election campaign.
Information from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conservative_Party_(UK) and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labour_Party_(UK)
Last updated: July 12, 2017
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Party
Number of Votes
% of Pop. Vote
Answer
Conservatives
14,093,007
41.9%
John Major
Labour
13,948,883
48.8%
Clement Attlee
Conservatives
13,760,935
42.2%
Margater Thatcher
Conservatives
13,750,875
49.4%
Harold Macmillan
Conservatives
13,632,914
42.3%
Theresa May
Labour
13,518,617
43.2%
Tony Blair
Conservatives
13,310,891
49.7%
Anthony Eden
Conservatives
13,145,123
46.4%
Edward Heath
Labour
13,096,629
48.0%
Harold Wilson
Labour
12,874,985
40.0%
Jeremy Corbyn
Labour
12,216,172
43.8%
Hugh Gaitskell
Conservatives
12,002,642
43.4%
Sir Alec Douglas-Home
Labour
11,560,484
34.4%
Neil Kinnock
Conservatives
11,507,061
40.0%
Winston Churchill
Labour
11,532,518
36.9%
James Callaghan
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