As the country prepares to cast their votes in this year's General Election, we've created an online tool so you can find out all the official statistics for your constituency.
Just enter your postcode in the widget below and you can find out who your election candidates are, the history of the seat, and how it compares to the rest of the country on a range of categories.
Our interactive gadget provides a unique analysis of a selection of official statistics for your constituency to highlight the big election issues where you live.
The statistics have been divided into four main groups - economy, cost of living, immigration and pensions - each containing a selection of various relevant measures.
Each constituency is ranked against all the others based on how pressing each of these four issues are in that constituency, with the rankings derived from an average ranking of each individual measure.
The figures have all been taken from a range of official sources including the Office for National Statistics, the Department for Work and Pensions and the Land Registry.
The economy category includes the strength of the housing market, unemployment figures and business counts as well as how these figures have changed since 2010.
Cost of living takes into account average wages, house price affordability and the number of people who need to claim income support and also looks at how they’ve changed since the last general election.
The immigration section comprises statistics on the number of people living in each constituency who do not hold valid UK passports and the number of foreigners seeking National Insurance numbers.
The figures for the pensions category include the percentage of people in each constituency aged 65 and above as well as the amount spent on pensions per head of the population.
Enter your postcode below:
(candidate information is being updated and is subject to change)
All the figures in this tool are drawn from official sources such as the ONS, the Electoral Commission and the Land Registry. The list of parliamentary candidates have been taken from YourNextMP, a crowd-sourced initiative to create a definitive list of everyone standing for government this year.