What do I need to know to understand the national results?
Name of the political party each candidate represents, listed in alphabetical order; the leading party appears in bold. View the full name of the parties and their short form.
Leading (electoral districts)
Number of seats won by a party (with percentage).
Number of votes
Total number of votes cast for a party (with percentage).
The number of polling stations that had sent in results at the time of the last update (xx of yy). Note that the total number of polls (yy) will not reflect the actual total of polls nationwide until all electoral districts in the country have sent results for at least one poll. If the preliminary national results show 100% of polls reporting, this does not mean that all results are in. It means that all polls have reported some results.
Voter turnout is calculated by dividing the number of valid votes by the number of electors registered to vote. Please note that the number of registered electors shown in this table does not include electors who registered on election day.