The EU referendum created a huge divide in Birmingham – with more than three quarters voting to Remain in some wards and the same ratio voting Leave in others.
The Brexit battle in the city was the most fierce in the UK, with 50.4 per cent of more than 450,000 voters wanting to Leave.
New data reveals how the votes differed wildly in different parts of the city.
In all, 22 of Birmingham’s 40 wards voted to Leave, and 18 wanted to remain.
Four wards make up a parliamentary constituency – and only five were unanimous. All four wards in Yardley, Northfield and Erdington wanted to Leave while all four wards in Hall Green and Ladywood wanted to Remain.
Shard End was the ward with the most Leave voters – with 8,127 of the 10,744 wanting to leave the European Union, while Moseley and Kings Heath wanted to remain the most, with 10,144 of the 13,170 electorate going that way.
Below: Did YOUR constituency vote for Remain or Brexit?
The most divided wards were Brandwood, which was Leave by just 45 votes, and Sutton Four Oaks, which was only Remain by a factor of 55 votes.
How did your area vote?
Hall Green constituency
|Moseley & Kings Heath||10,144||3,026||13,170||22.98|
MAPPED: Top 5 Remain and Top 5 Leave areas
Hodge Hill constituency
Perry Barr constituency
|Lozells & East Handsworth||6,320||3,469||9,789||35.44|
Selly Oak constituency
|Stechford & Yardley North||4,101||6,915||11,016||62.77|
Sutton Coldfield constituency
|Sutton Four Oaks||7,629||7,519||15,148||49.64|
|Sutton New Hall||6,023||7,510||13,533||55.49|