UKIP and the Tories have bagged two MEPs each in the South West, with Labour and the Green Party getting one each.
It means the six MEPs representing the South West in the European Parliament are William Dartmouth (UKIP), Julia Reid (UKIP), Ashley Fox (Con), Julie Girling (Con), Clare Moody (Lab) and Molly Cato Scott (Green).
Across the South West, UKIP got 484,184 votes (32%), Conservatives 433,151 (29%), Labour 206,124 (14%), Green Party 166,447 (11%) and the Lib Dems 160,376 (11%).
It means the Lib Dems have lost their one MEP, Sir Graham Watson, and the Conservatives are down one. The Greens have now their first ever MEP in the South West and Labour has picked up one it last five years ago.
In BBC South West area, the UKIP vote was +10.6% on the last election in 2009, the Tories -0.6% , Lab +5.6%, Green +1.7% and Lib Dems -6.1%.
At the count, Mr Dartmouth hit out against the "barrage" of attacks from the "mainstream media". Mr Fox said the Conservatives were "the only party" able to deliver an EU referendum, and Labour's Ms Moody said their votes reflected the "economic pain" being felt across the South West. Ms Cato Scott said she would forge strong relations with green groups across Europe and Sir Graham said the Lib Dems "will be back".
UKIP won in 24 of the 38 areas, including in Cornwall, Torbay, North Devon, and the Scillies.
After 10 of Great Britain’s 11 regional constituencies had declared their results, Ukip had 23 MEPs and a 29.07% share of the vote – up 11.68% on 2009.
Labour had 18 MEPs and a 25.35% vote share, the Tories had 18 MEPs and a 24.56% vote share, the Greens three MEPs and a 7.85% share while the Lib Dems managed a solitary MEP and 6.85% of the vote.
The final result in Scotland will be announced later, but with only the Western Isles left to declare it appears the SNP and Labour will retain their two Scottish MEPs, with the Scottish Tories also keeping their European representative.
The Cornwall electorate had UKIP on 53,943 votes, Tories 37,698, Lib Dems 17,840, Green 16,398 and Labour 16,122.
Mid Devon had the Conservatives in first, UKIP in second and Green Party in third, with Labour in fourth and Lib Dems fifth.
In North Devon, UKIP was first, Tories second, Lib Dems in third, Green Party in fourth and Labour in fifth. That result will be disappointing for the Lib Dems where it has the sitting MP, Nick Harvey.
Similarly, the Lib Dems were third in Torbay, where Lib Dem Adrian Sanders is MP, behind UKIP and the Tories.
But it is the proportion of the vote that counts, rather than the placing.
The results mean the Olympian James Cracknell misses out as a Conservative MEP as he was the third Tory candidate on their list.