Marginal seats near 

Marginal constituencies are the contests in the election that are expected to be closest, based on the 2017 result. They are the most important seats to target for tactical voting, and wider campaigning for the party that can stop the Tories there.

ConstituencyLikely contest (2019)Tactical voteMargin (2017)Distance
East LothianLabour vs SNPLabour5.52%0 miles
Edinburgh EastSNP vs LabourSNP7.87%11 miles
MidlothianLabour vs SNPLabour1.95%12 miles
Edinburgh North and LeithSNP vs LabourSNP2.87%13 miles
Edinburgh South WestSNP vs Con.SNP2.22%16 miles
Edinburgh WestLib Dem vs SNPLib Dem5.66%17 miles
Kirkcaldy and CowdenbeathLabour vs SNPLabour0.56%18 miles
GlenrothesSNP vs LabourSNP8.09%19 miles
North East FifeSNP vs Lib DemSNP0.00%23 miles
Dunfermline and West FifeSNP vs LabourSNP1.65%24 miles
LivingstonSNP vs LabourSNP7.39%27 miles
Linlithgow and East FalkirkSNP vs LabourSNP5.20%31 miles
Ochil and South PerthshireCon. vs SNPSNP6.20%36 miles
FalkirkSNP vs LabourSNP9.15%37 miles
Airdrie and ShottsSNP vs LabourSNP0.51%42 miles
Perth and North PerthshireSNP vs Con.SNP0.04%43 miles
Motherwell and WishawSNP vs LabourSNP0.76%45 miles
Lanark and Hamilton EastSNP vs Con.SNP0.53%45 miles
Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch EastSNP vs LabourSNP9.73%47 miles
Coatbridge, Chryston and BellshillLabour vs SNPNone3.52%47 miles
StirlingCon. vs SNPSNP0.30%47 miles
AngusCon. vs SNPSNP6.58%47 miles