Thanks to the excellent Guardian Datablog I've got a breakdown of how the various parties polled in Wiltshire in the European elections.
Turnout was 42.69%; bouyed above the national average by the local council elections I assume. The second figure in brackets is the national share of the vote.
Conservative: 51,576 (34.79%) (27.7%)
Ukip: 29,723 (20.25%) (16.5%)
Lib Dem: 26,507 (17.88%) (13.7%)
Green: 12,946 (8.73%) (8.6%)
Labour: 7,987 (5.39%) (15.7%)
BNP: 5,449 (3.68%) (6.2%)
And the rest....
Pensioners Party: 3,263 (2.2%)
English Democrats: 2,797 (1.89%)
Christian Party: 1,818 (1.23%)
Katie Hopkins: 860 (0.58%)
No2EU: 857 (0.58%)
Libertas: 824 (0.56%)
Socialist Labour Party: 696 (0.47%)
Fair Pay etc: 679 (0.46%)
Jury Team: 590 (0.4%)
Mebyon Kernow: 406 (0.27%)
Wei D: 61 (0.04%)
the Lib Dems did much better in Wiltshire than they did nationally and probably took most of that from Labour which performed very poorly.
If Ukip's success took votes away from the Tories it still meant Cameron's party performed very well and that anti-EU feeling in Wiltshire very strong.
The Greens did not perform as well as pre-election polls suggested though it was still better than last time and clearly ahead of Labour.
The BNP did not perform well as feared. Indeed the Pensioners Party was only a few thousand behind them. Did the BNP votes go to Ukip instead? The highest the BNP polled in the South West was Plymouth City, where it just broke 6%, followed by Swindon and then Bristol.
The combined far left options of No2EU and the Socialist Labour Party couldn't beat the church (aka the Christian Party). Dawkins, your work is not yet done.