Its is worth remembering that these MPs won under FPTP, but under AV a candidate needs more than 50% of the vote to win - so many (if not all) would have gone to further rounds of counting - and it could well be that a different candidate was more popular than them.
I say 'if not all' because even those with more than 50% may have benefited from 'tactical voting' where they got votes from people who didn't really support them but wanted to help make sure that a different candidate didn't win - so had the vote been under AV where people can honestly state their real preferences even those results could have been different (if it more accurately representing the views of the voters).
|Name||Party||Constituency||% of votes|
|Chris Williamson||Lab||Derby North||33.0%|
|Gavin Shuker||Lab||Luton South||34.9%|
|George Eustice||Con||Camborne and Redruth||37.6%|
|Julie Hilling||Lab||Bolton West||38.5%|
|Tristram Hunt||Lab||Stoke-on-Trent Central||38.7%|
|Jake Berry||Con||Rossendale and Darwen||41.8%|
|Julie Elliott||Lab||Sunderland Central||45.9%|
|Thomas Docherty||Lab||Dunfermline & West Fife||46.3%|
|Karl Turner||Lab||Kingston upon Hull East||47.9%|
|Zac Goldsmith||Con||Richmond Park & North Kingston||49.7%|
|Nick Boles||Con||Grantham and Stamford||50.3%|
|Michael McCann||Lab||East Kilbride Strathaven & Lesmahagow||51.5%|
|Dominic Raab||Con||Esher and Walton||58.9%|