103 seats for Ireland of the 670 seats in the House of Commons
The January 1910 United Kingdom general election in Ireland was held with ninety-nine of the seats in single-member districts using the first-past-the-post electoral system, and the constituencies of Cork City and Dublin University were two-member districts using block voting.
The election had been called as H. H. Asquith sought a mandate for the People's Budget which had been presented by Chancellor of the Exchequer David Lloyd George, but had been rejected by the House of Lords. In the election as a whole, the Liberal Party lost its majority, and was dependent on the Irish Parliamentary Party, the breakaway All-for-Ireland League, and the Labour Party.
A second election was held in December, with broadly similar results.
|# of Seats||Seat Change||Uncontested||# of Votes||% of Votes|
|Irish Parliamentary Party||John Redmond||71||10||57||74,047||35.1|
|Irish Unionist||Edward Carson||20||4||8||68,982||32.7|
|All-for-Ireland League||William O'Brien||8||New||0||23,605||11.2|
|Liberal Party||H. H. Asquith||1||0||20,357||9.6|
|Labour Party||Arthur Henderson||0||0||3,951||1.9|
|Source: B.M. Walker|