After the resignation of Diane James, the next leader of the UK Independence Party will be chosen by party members in a first-past-the-post election. The winner will be declared . Below you can see the profiles of the candidates. Explore their political positions, and support those with whom you agree.
Paul Nuttall
UKIP
Suzanne Evans
UKIP
John Rees-Evans
UKIP
Peter Whittle
UKIP
Raheem Kassam
UKIP
David Kurten
UKIP
Steven Woolfe
UKIP
78% Authority
96% Right
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90% Right
74% Authority
99% Right
58% Authority
91% Right
67% Authority
96% Right
78% Authority
98% Right
61% Authority
89% Right
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Support from Crowdpac users
David Todd:

I believe in Paul and his leadership of UKIP to be the only party for the right way to help put the country in prosperity.


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Someone has to lead UKIP out of the morass so best wishes to Paul Nuttall. UKIP is the only party to fully represent the people's wish to Leave the EU…


Cllr Robert H Brown:

He is the best man for the job ... a man of the working class people.

David Todd:

Suzanne has done an amazing job with her contribution towards UKIP's Manifesto 2015. First in history to be independently financially costed and fou…


NEIL FULLER:

At this stage UKIP is the only party unified in delivering the brexit outcome we voted for.

David Todd:

A man who has step back and helped others in the party. A man more than capable to stand shoulder to shoulder with the best if them. I do believe Joh…


fred piss:

good

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Leaderboard

Based on endorsements made on Crowdpac.

Map of Candidates’ Positions

Here’s where the candidates stand politically, based on Crowdpac’s objective data model and social network analysis: