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Results General Election 2009
Party Seats Won Gain from 2004
INC 206 60
BJP 116 -22
SP 23 -13
CPI(M) 16 -27
BSP 21 2
DMK 18 2
NCP 9 0
TC 19 17
ADMK 9 9
JD(U) 20 12
BJD 14 3
Shiv Sena 11 -1

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Results General Elections 2014

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Nationwide Winners : General Election Results 2014 Constituency-wise General Election Results 2014
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Constituency-wise Winner (Alphabetical Order): General Elections 2014  

 

Results Lok Sabha Elections 2014

 

Counting Trends (543/543)- Alliance Tally
Alliance Leads Change from 2009
BJP+ 337 196
Cong+ 59 -175
Others 147 -21

BJP+ : BJP, SHS, TDP, LJP, SAD, RLSP, SWP, AD, NPF, AINRC, NPP,

INC+: INC, NCP, RJD, IUML, JMM, KECM

Others: AIDMK, TMC, BJD, TRS, CPM, YSRC, SP, AAP, AIUDF, PDP, JDU, IND, JD(S), ILDF, INLD, CPI, RSP, SKM

 

 

Party Vote Share
BJP  31
INC  19.3
CPM 3.2
BSP 4.1
AITC 3.8
IND 3.0
SP 3.4
AAP 2
SHS  1.9
ADMK  3.3
NCP  1.6
YSRCP 2.5
SAD 0.8
NCP  1.5
NOTA 1.1
TDP 1.1
TRS 1.2
CPI  0.8
JD(S) 0.8
TRS 1.1
DMK 1.7
BJD 1.7
JD(U) 1.1

 

Vote Counting Trends/Party Position/Results General Election 2014
Party Won Leading Total Change from 2009
Bharatiya Janata Party 282 0 282 168
Communist Party of India 1 0 1 -162
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 9 0 9 28
Indian National Congress 44 0 44 15
Nationalist Congress Party 6 0 6 8
Aam Aadmi Party 4 0 4 4
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam 37 0 37 8
All India N.R. Congress 1 0 1 9
All India Trinamool Congress 34 0 34 10
All India United Democratic Front 3 0 3 -8
Biju Janata Dal 20 0 20 6
Indian National Lok Dal 2 0 2 -4
Indian Union Muslim League 2 0 2 1
Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party 3 0 3 -18
Janata Dal (Secular) 2 0 2 0
Janata Dal (United) 2 0 2 4
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha 2 0 2 3
Kerala Congress (M) 1 0 1 2
Lok Jan Shakti Party 6 0 6 3
Naga Peoples Front 1 0 1 1
National Peoples Party 1 0 1 2
Pattali Makkal Katchi 1 0 1 0
Rashtriya Janata Dal 4 0 4 -18
Revolutionary Socialist Party 1 0 1 -1
Samajwadi Party 5 0 5 2
Shiromani Akali Dal 4 0 4 2
Shivsena 18 0 18 0
Sikkim Democratic Front 1 0 1 1
Telangana Rashtra Samithi 11 0 11 1
Telugu Desam 16 0 16 1
All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen 1 0 1 -1
Apna Dal 2 0 2 0
Rashtriya Lok Samta Party 3 0 3 -8
Swabhimani Paksha 1 0 1 -3
Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party 9 0 9 -1
Independent 3 0 3 0
HJC 0 0 0 -1
MDMK 0 0 0 -1
DMDK 0 0 0 0
IBJP 0 0 0 0
RPIA 0 0 0 0
RSPB 0 0 0 0
RSPS 0 0 0 0
RLD 0 0 0 -5
JKNC 0 0 0 -3
BOPF 0 0 0 -1
BVA 0 0 0 -1
MHD 0 0 0 0
SJD 0 0 0 0
BSP 0 0 0 -21
DMK 0 0 0 -18
AIFB 0 0 0 -2
AGP 0 0 0 -1
JVM 0 0 0 -1
VCK 0 0 0 -1

 

 

Leading positions-constituency-wise | Winners Lok Sabha Elections 2014 | Vote Share | Prominent Winners | Prominent Losers
Statewise Exit & Opinion Poll predictions Lok Sabha elections 2014
Candidates Phase 1 | Phase 2 | Phase 3 | Phase 4 | Phase 5 | Phase 6 | Phase 7 | Phase 8 | Phase 9
Plotical Party's Manifesto Page
Phase Wise Scheduled
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16th May 2014

6 PM> NDA emerges as clear winner and Modi is all set to become next Prime Minister of India. BJP expected to cross halfway mark at its own.

9:45 AM> According to the lead positions available, NDA may get a clear majority.

8:40 AM> Initial trends indicate gains for BJP.

8:02> Counting of votes have begin for all the 543 seats across the country. First trends are expected in an about an hour.

7: 25 AM> According to Election Commission first trends should be in by 9-9:30 am.

6:40 AM- Over an hour to go for the counting to begin.

-Counting to begin for all 543 PCs at 8 AM.

-Counting of Votes in 294 Assembly Seats in Andhra Pradesh Today

- Counting of Votesfor 147 Assembly Seats in Orissa and 32 Assembly seats of Sikkim Today

- Elaborate arrangements have been made and security tightened at the the counting centres to ensure peaceful counting of votes throughout the country.

-Postal ballots would be counted first. After a gap of 30 minutes, the EVMs would be opened.

-Election Commission is gearing up to count 550 million votes sealed in more than 1.8 million electronic voting machines (EVMs) in about 12 hours.

- Most of the results are expected by later afternoon.

15th May 2014

- All set for the result day. Counting of votes to begin at 8 AM tomorrow.

-Counting for all the 543 seats to take place simultaneously.

- Check back for live updates, counting trends and results.

 

Updates Phase 1 and 2 | Update Phase 3 and 4 | Update Phase 5 and 6 | Update Phase 7,8, and 9

 

Results Andhra Pradesh State Assembly Elections 2014

Andhra Pradesh Assembly Result 2014 (294/294)
Party Won Leading Total
Bahujan Samaj Party 2 0 2
Bharatiya Janata Party 9 0 9
Communist Party of India 1 0 1
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 1 0 1
Indian National Congress 21 0 21
Telangana Rashtra Samithi 63 0 63
Telugu Desam 117 0 117
All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen 7 0 7
Navodyam Party 1 0 1
Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party 70 0 70
Independent 2 0 2
Total 294 0 294

 

Results Odisha State Assembly Elections 2014

Odisha Assembly Result Status (147/147)
Party Won Leading Total
Bharatiya Janata Party 10 0 10
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 1 0 1
Indian National Congress 16 0 16
Biju Janata Dal 117 0 117
Samata Kranti Dal 1 0 1
Independent 2 0 2
Total 147 0 147

 

Results Sikkim State Assembly Elections 2014

Sikkim Assembly Election Result 2014 (32/32)
Party Won Leading Total
Sikkim Democratic Front 22 0 22
Sikkim Krantikari Morcha 10 0 10
Total 32 0 32

 

 

Exit and Opinion Polls

Results of the exit poll surveys carried out by various agencies suggests BJP lead NDA may cross the half way mark of 272.

Headlines Today: NDA-272, UPA-115, others-156

Times Now: NDA-249, UPA-148, Others 146

CNN-IBN: NDA 270-282, UPA 92-102, others 148

ABP-Nielson NDA 281, UPA-97, others 165

New24-Chankya: NDA 340, UPA-70 AAP 6 others 127

NWS-Cvoter survey shown by India-News suggests that NDA is going to get clear majority.

BJP+ 289 (+126)

INC+ 101 (-158)

Others 152(+28)

Axis exit poll survey for India-News suggests clear majority for NDA:

BJP+ 287 (+128)

INC+ 107(-152)

Others 149(+24)

 

BJP+ is getting around 38% vote share.

For statewise predictions and details click the link below:

Statewise predictions Lok Sabha elections

 

 

Previous election 2009 exit poll results:

 

  UPA NDA Others
2009 Result 262 159 79
CNN-IBN 195 175 173
AAJ Tak 191 180 172
News X 191 199 152
Times Now 198 183 162
Star News 199 197 136
NDTV 216 177 150

 

Opinion poll predicts NDA will be way ahead of UPA

March 31st 2014, An opinion poll conduted by ABP News-Nielsen has predicted the NDA would win 236 seats in the 543-seat parliament, while Congress lead UPA is projected to win 92 seats.

The fresh projections said BJP would get 217 (in 2009 it won 116) seats. The Congress is projected to get only 73 (won 206 seats in 2009) seats, 133 less seats than 2009 seat position.

The opinion poll (with the margin of error of 5%) was conducted in 129 constituencies with 29,453 respondents between March 9-16.

Non-UPA and non-NDA parties seem to be holding a key share of national vote bank, the poll showed. Left parties are likely to gather 29 seats, while others could get 186.

In UP, the BJP was forecast to win 40 of the 80 seats. The BJP could bag 26 of Madhya Pradesh’s 29 seats and 22 out 26 seats in Gujarat.

The poll results showed the BJP would gain much in terms of the vote share in some big states.

In Bihar, the BJP was forecast to emerge as the largest party with 21 seats, while getting 19 of Maharashtra’s 48 seats. In Kerala, the CPM is forecast to win 7 seats, while Congress could add 6 seats to its kitty out of the 20. Jayalalithaa’s AIADMK is seen winning 19 seats out of 39 in Tamil Nadu. DMK gets 13.

 

Facts about General Elections 2014

> Facts about Phase-1 Elections- Assam and Tripura

> Facts about Phase-2 Elections- Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizroam and Nagaland

> Facts about Phase-3 Elections

 

Contesting Candidates Lok Sabha General Elections 2014

 

Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Phase 5 Phase 6 Phase 7 Phase 8 Phase 9

 

Contesting Candidates Assembly Elections 2014

 

Orissa State Assembly Elections 2014- Phase-3
Orissa State Assembly Elections 2014- Phase-5
Sikkim State Assembly elections 2014-Phase -4
Andhra Pradesh State Assembly Elections 2014-Phase-7
Andhra Pradesh State Assembly Elections 2014-Phase-8

 

Political Party's Manifesto

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Scedule General Elections 2014

 

Phase Wise Detailed Scheduled
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Statewise General Elections 2014 Schedule

In addition to the elections for 16th Lok Sabha, there are three states, namely: Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, and Odisha, whose assembly elections are expected to be held along with General Elections.

Andhra Pradesh Assmebly Elections 2014-Schedule
Orisaa Assmebly Elections 2014-Schedule
Sikkim Assmebly Elections 2014-Schedule

 

Click here for detailed schedule.

 

 

Facts about the 16th Lok Sabha Elections 2014

  • Lok Sabha has 543 elected members from 543 parlimentary constituencies across India. Of these, 131 seats are reserved for candidates from the scheduled castes and tribes category.
  • Uttar Pradesh has the most Lok Sabha seats (80) while the states of Nagaland, Sikkim, Mizoram and the union territories have one seat each.
  • Elections for 543 seats will held in 9 phases and are spread over 6 weeks times.
  • Elections for the first phase begin on April 7 and last phase on 12 May.
    About 814.5 million people will be eligible to vote in the world’s biggest democratic exercise.
  • Counting of votes will take place on May 16 and all the results are expected on the same day.
  • Elections to the state assemblies in Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Sikkim will also be held simultaneously with Lok Sabha Elections.
  • Around 930,000 polling stations will be set up for the month-long election using electronic voting machines.
  • Uttar Pradesh has the most eligible voters (134 million)
  • Sikkim the lowest (about 362,000).
  • Male voters constitute 52.4 percent of the electorate.
  • Women voters outnumber men in eight regions — Puducherry, Kerala, Manipur, Mizoram, Daman & Diu, Meghalaya, Goa and Arunachal Pradesh.
  • Out of total electors of 84.5 Million, 28,314 identify themselves as transgender.
  • There are 11,844 non-resident Indians registered to vote in the election this year.
  • Nearly 10 million officials (including police for security) will be deployed to conduct the elections.
  • A candidate can spend up to Rs 70 Lakh for his election campaign.
  • Nearly 85 percent of the candidates lost their security deposit in the 2009 election.
  • In the 2009 General Elections, around 78 percent of the members have a graduate, post-graduate degree or a doctorate.
  • Malkajgiri in Andhra Pradesh is the biggest parliamentary constituency in terms of voters with around 2.95 million electors.
  • Lakshadweep is the smallest parliamentary constituency with 47,972 voters.
  • In the 2009 election, 363 political parties took part.
  • Bahujan Samaj Party contested for maximum number of seats (500 out of 543), followed by the Congress (440) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (433).
  • The smallest margin of victory  was for Namo Narain of the Congress party who defeated his BJP rival by 317 votes in Rajasthan’s Tonk Sawai Madhopur constituency in 2009 General Elections.
  • Voters will have a “None of the Above” option on voting machines.
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