Results by ward.
Results by ward.

Elections to North-East Fife Council were held in May 1980, the same day as the other Scottish local government elections.

Turnout was 46.8% in the contested wards, with the wards of Freuchie, Cupar North, and Largo, all returning Conservative councilors unopposed.[1]

The election would be the last one to the North East Fife council won by the Conservatives, with the next election in 1984 signalling the beginning of the Liberal dominance of the council which would last until its abolition in 1995.

Election results

North-East Fife District Council Election Result 1980[2]
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Conservative 11 Decrease3 49.1 9,432 Decrease9.7
  Liberal 5 Increase4 29.6 5,696 Increase18.6
  Independent 2 Decrease1 9.4 1,803 Decrease10.2
  Labour 0 Steady 7.4 1,423 Increase0.5
  SNP 0 Steady 4.5 870 Increase0.8

Ward results

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