Thursday, 19 May 2016

Kerala Elections Results 2016 – Live Counting Updates – UDF, LDF, CPM, Congress & BJP

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The Kerala Assembly elections will be held in a single phase on 16 May, 2016 to elect representatives from 140 constituencies of the state. The UDF and LDF are the two main rival alliances in the state. The Congress-led UDF won by a slender majority in the last Assembly elections. Evidently, the CPI(M)-led LDF will be looking to capitalise on anti-incumbency and clinch power this time. Polling results will be declared on 19 May, 2016.

Kerala has traditionally been strongholds of the two main rivals - the centrist UDF (United Democratic Front) and the leftist LDF (Left Democratic Front) - and the alternating power between the two regularly. The UDF-led Congress succeeded in 2011 by a margin so narrow four seats. The LDF is determined to return power. Along with race time contender third, that is, the BJP. The BJP did not have the presence of power in the north until recently. This incident in encouraging the polls entity that group has updated its plot from the government. The party has been wooing public Cover aggressively. The Sree Narayana Dharma Pa ri Droppers (UNDP), which is an important BJP will organize a public event honoring photo. Although Narendra Modi became the chief INVITEE, a priest in the state Oommen Randy deliberately excluded.

Among districts, Kozhikode witnessed heavy polling at 81.89 per cent followed by Kannur at 80.63 per cent. The lowest was recorded by Pathanamthitta at 71.66 per cent. In 41 Assembly constituencies polling percentage was above 80 and 65 segments polled over 75 per cent. Only five constituencies polled below 70 per cent — Attingal (69.38), Vattiyurkavu (69.83), Thiruvalla (69.29), and Kaduthuruthy (69.39), and Thiruvananthapuram. The following are the district-wise polling percentage: Kasargod 78.51, Kannur 80.63, Wayanad 78.22, Kozhikode 81.89, Malappuram 75.83, Palakkad 78.37, Thrissur 77.74, Ernakulam 79.77, Idukki 73.59, Kottayam 76.90, Pathanamthitta 71.66, Kollam 75.07, and Thiruvananthapuram 72.53. Voter turnout was rather heavy in several acknowledged CPI(M) bastions such as Dharmadom (83.53), Uduma (80.16), Thrikkaripur (81.48), and Payyannur (81.77).

Kerala Elections Final Results 2016 – Live Counting Updates

Name of the PartyLeadingWon
UDF47 47
LDF91 91
BJP01 01
Others01 01

You are predicted to be busy and who will win the mandate to the next government. Exit polls say that anti-incumbency is a significant play: decision UDF unity would never be able to find many who LDF opposition to the planned power. The BJP may see an increase in its share of the vote but did enough to win a seat in the assembly. The results will be declared on 19 May.

Kerala Elections Exit Poll & Opinion Poll Results 2016:
Name of the PartyNo. Of Seats
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