Tuvaluan General Election 2019 Voting Live

Tuvaluan General Election 2019 Voting Live

Tuvaluan General Election Dates 2019

Tuvaluan General Election Date: July 2019 

General elections will be held in Tuvalu on 9 September 2019.

Tuvalu elects a legislature on a national level. The Parliament of Tuvalu (Palamene o Tuvalu) has 15 members, elected for a four-year term in 7 double- and 1 single-seat constituency. Tuvalu is a de facto non-partisan democracy since it does not have political parties.

Throughout the history of the parliament, three women have been elected: Naama Maheu Latasi, from 1989 to 1997; Pelenike Isaia, from 2011 to 2015; and Dr Puakena Boreham who was elected in the Tuvaluan general election, 2015.


Tuvaluan General Election Voting Live 2019

1. Tuvaluan General Election will be held on 9 September 2019.

 


The Electoral system of Tuvalu

The 15 members of Parliament are elected in eight constituencies using first-past-the-post voting. Seven islands are two-seat constituencies, whilst Nukulaelae is a single-member constituency. There are no political parties and all candidates run as independents.


Tuvalu Parties and leaders

 

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Tuvalu past election results 

Funafuti constituency results
Party Candidate Votes %
Non-partisan Kausea Natano  423 38
Non-partisan Sir Kamuta Latasi  372 33
Non-partisan Kalepou Tili 125 11
Non-partisan Pugameau Naseli Kaituumana 206 18

Nanumanga constituency results
Party Candidate Votes %
Non-partisan Monise Lafai  315 36
Non-partisan Otinielu Tausi  327 37
Non-partisan Lutelu Faavae 242 27

Nanumea constituency results
Party Candidate Votes %
Non-partisan Maatia Toafa  515 33
Non-partisan Satini Manuella  524 33.3
Non-partisan David Manuvasa Manuella 273 17
Non-partisan Hilia Vavae 229 14.5
Non-partisan Kata Pulusi 36 2.3

Niutao constituency results
Party Candidate Votes %
Non-partisan Fauoa Maani  328 23
Non-partisan Vete Sakaio  142 10
Non-partisan Sir Tomu Sione 300 21
Non-partisan Tavau Teii 90 6
Non-partisan Samuelu Teo 410 28.5
Non-partisan Iopu Kaisala 165 11.5

Nui constituency results
Party Candidate Votes %
Non-partisan Pelenike Isaia  150 16.5
Non-partisan Leneuoti Matusi  227 25
Non-partisan Taom Tanukale 53 5.5
Non-partisan Mackenzie Kiritome 249 27
Non-partisan Puakena Boreham  237 26

Nukufetau constituency results
Party Candidate Votes %
Non-partisan Enele Sopoaga  Elected unopposed  
Non-partisan Elisala Pita  Elected unopposed  

Nukulaelae constituency results
Party Candidate Votes %
Non-partisan Namoliki Sualiki  Elected unopposed  

Vaitupu constituency results
Party Candidate Votes %
Non-partisan Apisai Ielemia  653 34
Non-partisan Taukelina Finikaso  574 30.5
Non-partisan Melton Paka Tauetia 481 25.5
Non-partisan Foliaki Paolo 171 9.09
Non-partisan Muau Monise 2 0.1

 

New Zealand Cabinet Ministers List 2017 portfolios Names Minister Post government ministers

New Zealand Cabinet Ministers List 2017 portfolios Names Minister Post government ministers

New Zealand General election Dates 2017

New Zealand General election Date: 23 September 2017

The 2017 New Zealand general election is scheduled to be held on Saturday 23 September 2017 to determine the membership of the 52nd New Zealand Parliament. The current Parliament was elected on Saturday 20 September 2014 and expires if not dissolved earlier on 10 October 2017.
The National Party has governed since 2008, in a minority government with confidence and supply from the Māori, ACT and United Future parties. The National Party will be seeking a fourth term in government against opposition parties Labour (the official opposition), Green and New Zealand First. It will be the first election for Bill English as Prime Minister, after he replaced John Key on 12 December 2016.

Also Read: New Zealand Election Results 2017 by Constituency Winner List

New Zealand Past Cabinet Ministers List 2017 Live

Ministers and Government Spokespersons of current government
Bill English
Paula Bennett
Steven Joyce
Gerry Brownlee
Simon Bridges
Amy Adams
Jonathan Coleman
Christopher Finlayson
Michael Woodhouse
Anne Tolley
Nathan Guy
Nikki Kaye
Todd McClay
Nick Smith
Judith Collins
Maggie Barry
Paul Goldsmith
Louise Upston
Alfred Ngaro
Mark Mitchell
Nicky Wagner
Jacqui Dean
David Bennett
Tim Macindoe
Scott Simpson
Peter Dunne
Te Ururoa Flavell

New Zealand General election Results 2017 Live By Party

Nationwide Party Votes – 100% of results counted

Party Votes % of Votes Electorate Seats List Seats Total seats
National Party 998813 46 41 17 58
Labour Party 776556 35.8 29 16 45
New Zealand First Party 162988 7.5 9 9
Green Party 126995 5.9 7 7
ACT New Zealand 10959 0.5 1 1
The Opportunities Party (TOP) 48018 2.2
Māori Party 23456 1.1
Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party 5853 0.3
Conservative 5318 0.2
MANA 2775 0.1
Ban1080 2440 0.1
New Zealand People's Party 1631 0.1
United Future 1471 0.1
NZ Outdoors Party 1333 0.1
Democrats for Social Credit 732 0
Internet Party 464 0
Total 2169802   71 49 120

New Zealand General election Results 2017 Live By Constituency (52nd Parliament)

Results Will start coming in after 7 PM once voting gets over

New Zealand General election Results 2015 Live By Constituency (51st Parliament)

Last Year Terms Election results.

Electorate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Region(s) MP Party
Auckland Central Auckland (Central) Kaye, NikkiNikki Kaye National
Bay of Plenty Bay of Plenty Muller, ToddTodd Muller National
Botany Auckland (South) Ross, Jami-LeeJami-Lee Ross National
Christchurch Central Canterbury Wagner, NickyNicky Wagner National
Christchurch East Canterbury Williams, PotoPoto Williams Labour
Clutha-Southland Southland; Otago Barclay, ToddTodd Barclay National
Coromandel Waikato Simpson, ScottScott Simpson National
Dunedin North Otago Clark, DavidDavid Clark Labour
Dunedin South Otago Curran, ClareClare Curran Labour
East Coast Gisborne; Bay of Plenty Tolley, AnneAnne Tolley National
East Coast Bays Auckland (North) McCully, MurrayMurray McCully National
Epsom Auckland (Central) Seymour, DavidDavid Seymour ACT
Hamilton East Waikato Bennett, DavidDavid Bennett National
Hamilton West Waikato Tim Macindoe National
Helensville Auckland (West) Key, JohnJohn Key National
Hunua Auckland (South) Bayly, AndrewAndrew Bayly National
Hutt South Wellington Mallard, TrevorTrevor Mallard Labour
Ilam Canterbury Brownlee, GerryGerry Brownlee National
Invercargill Southland Dowie, SarahSarah Dowie National
Kaikōura Marlborough; Canterbury Smith, StuartStuart Smith National
Kelston Auckland (West) Sepuloni, CarmelCarmel Sepuloni Labour
Mana Wellington Faafoi, KrisKris Faafoi Labour
Mangere Auckland (South) Sio, WilliamWilliam Sio Labour
Manukau East Auckland (South) Salesa, JennyJenny Salesa Labour
Manurewa Auckland (South) Wall, LouisaLouisa Wall Labour
Maungakiekie Auckland (Central) Lotu-Iiga, SamSam Lotu-Iiga National
Mt Albert Auckland (Central) Ardern, JacindaJacinda Ardern Labour
Mt Roskill Auckland (Central) Wood, MichaelMichael Wood Labour
Napier Hawke's Bay Nash, StuartStuart Nash Labour
Nelson Nelson; Tasman Smith, NickNick Smith National
New Lynn Auckland (West) Cunliffe, DavidDavid Cunliffe Labour
New Plymouth Taranaki Young, JonathanJonathan Young National
North Shore Auckland (North) Barry, MaggieMaggie Barry National
Northcote Auckland (North) Jonathan Coleman National
Northland Northland Peters, WinstonWinston Peters NZ First
Ōhariu Wellington Dunne, PeterPeter Dunne United Future
Ōtaki Wellington; Manawatu-Wanganui Guy, NathanNathan Guy National
Pakuranga Auckland (South) Williamson, MauriceMaurice Williamson National
Palmerston North Manawatu-Wanganui Lees-Galloway, IainIain Lees-Galloway Labour
Papakura Auckland (South) Judith Collins National
Port Hills Canterbury Dyson, RuthRuth Dyson Labour
Rangitata Canterbury Goodhew, JoJo Goodhew National
Rangitīkei Manawatu-Wanganui McKelvie, IanIan McKelvie National
Rimutaka Wellington Hipkins, ChrisChris Hipkins Labour
Rodney Auckland (North) Mitchell, MarkMark Mitchell National
Rongotai Wellington King, AnnetteAnnette King Labour
Rotorua Bay of Plenty McClay, ToddTodd McClay National
Selwyn Canterbury Adams, AmyAmy Adams National
Tāmaki Auckland (Central) O'Connor, SimonSimon O'Connor National
Taranaki-King Country Taranaki; Waikato Kuriger, BarbaraBarbara Kuriger National
Taupō Waikato Upston, LouiseLouise Upston National
Tauranga Bay of Plenty Bridges, SimonSimon Bridges National
Te Atatu Auckland (West) Twyford, PhilPhil Twyford Labour
Tukituki Hawke's Bay Foss, CraigCraig Foss National
Upper Harbour Auckland (North) Bennett, PaulaPaula Bennett National
Waikato Waikato Tisch, LindsayLindsay Tisch National
Waimakariri Canterbury Doocey, MattMatt Doocey National
Wairarapa Wellington; Manawatu-Wanganui Scott, AlastairAlastair Scott National
Waitaki Otago; Canterbury Dean, JacquiJacqui Dean National
Wellington Central Wellington Robertson, GrantGrant Robertson Labour
West Coast-Tasman West Coast; Tasman O'Connor, DamienDamien O'Connor Labour
Whanganui Manawatu-Wanganui; Taranaki Borrows, ChesterChester Borrows National
Whangarei Northland Reti, ShaneShane Reti National
Wigram Canterbury Woods, MeganMegan Woods Labour

 

New Zealand General election results 2017 Voting Live

 

  1. Polling booths open in libraries, schools and town halls around the country at 9am (9pm Friday GMT) and close at 7pm, after which results will start coming in and vote counting will begin
  2. New Zealanders have to decide between National or new Labour leader Jacinda Ardern.
  3. Close to a million people have chosen to vote early this year – 40% of the total votes cast in the last general election in 2014.
  4. Voters will elect at least 120 members to the House of Representatives, with 71 electorate members and 49 list members.
  5. New Zealand uses the Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) voting system, which gives voters two votes: one for a political party and one for their local electorate MP
  6. A record 806,043 New Zealanders have already voted, two days ahead of Saturday's election.
  7. The advance voting statistics from the Electoral Commission show that by this day three years ago, 717,579 people have been to the polls.

 

 

New Zealand General Parliamentary election Preferred PM

 

 

Poll Date Bill English Jacinda Ardern
ne News Colmar Brunton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9–13 Sep 2017 32 34
Newshub Reid Research 13–20 Sep 2017 34.7 29.6
One News Colmar Brunton 15–19 Sep 2017 37 31

 

 

New Zealand General election Contesting Parties and Candidates

Political parties registered with the Electoral Commission on Writ Day can contest the general election as a party. Each such party can submit a party list to contest the party vote, and can have a party election-expenses limit in addition to limits on individual candidates' campaigns. As of 6 March 2017, fourteen political parties are registered and can contend the general election

Last Term Election Results

Party

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leader(s) Ideology Last election  
       % party vote Seats
National Bill English Conservatism; Classical liberalism 47.04 60
Labour Andrew Little Social democracy 25.13 32
Green James Shaw / Metiria Turei Green politics 10.7 14
NZ First Winston Peters Conservatism; Nationalism; Populism 8.66 11
Māori Te Ururoa Flavell / Marama Fox Indigenous rights 1.32 2
ACT David Seymour Classical liberalism; Libertarianism; Conservatism 0.69 1
United Future Peter Dunne Social liberalism; Centrism 0.22 1
Conservative Leighton Baker Conservatism; Fiscal conservatism; Social conservatism 3.99
Internet Suzie Dawson Collaborative e-democracy; Internet freedom; Privacy; Copyright reform 1.42
Mana Hone Harawira Tino rangatiratanga; Socialism; Māori rights 1.42
Legalise Cannabis Jeff Lye Cannabis legalisation 0.46
Ban 1080 Mike Downard / Bill Wallace Opposition to 1080 poison 0.21
Democrats Stephnie de Ruyter Social Credit; Economic democracy; Left-wing nationalism 0.07
Opportunities Gareth Morgan Big tent; Radical centrism; Environmentalism; Geolibertarianism not founded

sources: wikipedia.org

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New Zealand General election Results 2017 Live Winners by party Constituency Vote%

New Zealand General election Results 2017 Live Winners

New Zealand General election Dates 2017

New Zealand General election Date: 23 September 2017

The 2017 New Zealand general election is scheduled to be held on Saturday 23 September 2017 to determine the membership of the 52nd New Zealand Parliament. The current Parliament was elected on Saturday 20 September 2014 and expires if not dissolved earlier on 10 October 2017.
The National Party has governed since 2008, in a minority government with confidence and supply from the Māori, ACT and United Future parties. The National Party will be seeking a fourth term in government against opposition parties Labour (the official opposition), Green and New Zealand First. It will be the first election for Bill English as Prime Minister, after he replaced John Key on 12 December 2016.

Also Read: New Zealand Election Cabinet Ministers List 2017

New Zealand General election Results 2017 Live By Party

Nationwide Party Votes – 100% of results counted

Party Votes % of Votes Electorate Seats List Seats Total seats
National Party 998813 46 41 17 58
Labour Party 776556 35.8 29 16 45
New Zealand First Party 162988 7.5 9 9
Green Party 126995 5.9 7 7
ACT New Zealand 10959 0.5 1 1
The Opportunities Party (TOP) 48018 2.2
Māori Party 23456 1.1
Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party 5853 0.3
Conservative 5318 0.2
MANA 2775 0.1
Ban1080 2440 0.1
New Zealand People's Party 1631 0.1
United Future 1471 0.1
NZ Outdoors Party 1333 0.1
Democrats for Social Credit 732 0
Internet Party 464 0
Total 2169802   71 49 120

New Zealand General election Results 2017 Live By Constituency (52nd Parliament)

Results Will start coming in after 7 PM once voting gets over

New Zealand General election Results 2015 Live By Constituency (51st Parliament)

Last Year Terms Election results.

Electorate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Region(s) MP Party
Auckland Central Auckland (Central) Kaye, NikkiNikki Kaye National
Bay of Plenty Bay of Plenty Muller, ToddTodd Muller National
Botany Auckland (South) Ross, Jami-LeeJami-Lee Ross National
Christchurch Central Canterbury Wagner, NickyNicky Wagner National
Christchurch East Canterbury Williams, PotoPoto Williams Labour
Clutha-Southland Southland; Otago Barclay, ToddTodd Barclay National
Coromandel Waikato Simpson, ScottScott Simpson National
Dunedin North Otago Clark, DavidDavid Clark Labour
Dunedin South Otago Curran, ClareClare Curran Labour
East Coast Gisborne; Bay of Plenty Tolley, AnneAnne Tolley National
East Coast Bays Auckland (North) McCully, MurrayMurray McCully National
Epsom Auckland (Central) Seymour, DavidDavid Seymour ACT
Hamilton East Waikato Bennett, DavidDavid Bennett National
Hamilton West Waikato Tim Macindoe National
Helensville Auckland (West) Key, JohnJohn Key National
Hunua Auckland (South) Bayly, AndrewAndrew Bayly National
Hutt South Wellington Mallard, TrevorTrevor Mallard Labour
Ilam Canterbury Brownlee, GerryGerry Brownlee National
Invercargill Southland Dowie, SarahSarah Dowie National
Kaikōura Marlborough; Canterbury Smith, StuartStuart Smith National
Kelston Auckland (West) Sepuloni, CarmelCarmel Sepuloni Labour
Mana Wellington Faafoi, KrisKris Faafoi Labour
Mangere Auckland (South) Sio, WilliamWilliam Sio Labour
Manukau East Auckland (South) Salesa, JennyJenny Salesa Labour
Manurewa Auckland (South) Wall, LouisaLouisa Wall Labour
Maungakiekie Auckland (Central) Lotu-Iiga, SamSam Lotu-Iiga National
Mt Albert Auckland (Central) Ardern, JacindaJacinda Ardern Labour
Mt Roskill Auckland (Central) Wood, MichaelMichael Wood Labour
Napier Hawke's Bay Nash, StuartStuart Nash Labour
Nelson Nelson; Tasman Smith, NickNick Smith National
New Lynn Auckland (West) Cunliffe, DavidDavid Cunliffe Labour
New Plymouth Taranaki Young, JonathanJonathan Young National
North Shore Auckland (North) Barry, MaggieMaggie Barry National
Northcote Auckland (North) Jonathan Coleman National
Northland Northland Peters, WinstonWinston Peters NZ First
Ōhariu Wellington Dunne, PeterPeter Dunne United Future
Ōtaki Wellington; Manawatu-Wanganui Guy, NathanNathan Guy National
Pakuranga Auckland (South) Williamson, MauriceMaurice Williamson National
Palmerston North Manawatu-Wanganui Lees-Galloway, IainIain Lees-Galloway Labour
Papakura Auckland (South) Judith Collins National
Port Hills Canterbury Dyson, RuthRuth Dyson Labour
Rangitata Canterbury Goodhew, JoJo Goodhew National
Rangitīkei Manawatu-Wanganui McKelvie, IanIan McKelvie National
Rimutaka Wellington Hipkins, ChrisChris Hipkins Labour
Rodney Auckland (North) Mitchell, MarkMark Mitchell National
Rongotai Wellington King, AnnetteAnnette King Labour
Rotorua Bay of Plenty McClay, ToddTodd McClay National
Selwyn Canterbury Adams, AmyAmy Adams National
Tāmaki Auckland (Central) O'Connor, SimonSimon O'Connor National
Taranaki-King Country Taranaki; Waikato Kuriger, BarbaraBarbara Kuriger National
Taupō Waikato Upston, LouiseLouise Upston National
Tauranga Bay of Plenty Bridges, SimonSimon Bridges National
Te Atatu Auckland (West) Twyford, PhilPhil Twyford Labour
Tukituki Hawke's Bay Foss, CraigCraig Foss National
Upper Harbour Auckland (North) Bennett, PaulaPaula Bennett National
Waikato Waikato Tisch, LindsayLindsay Tisch National
Waimakariri Canterbury Doocey, MattMatt Doocey National
Wairarapa Wellington; Manawatu-Wanganui Scott, AlastairAlastair Scott National
Waitaki Otago; Canterbury Dean, JacquiJacqui Dean National
Wellington Central Wellington Robertson, GrantGrant Robertson Labour
West Coast-Tasman West Coast; Tasman O'Connor, DamienDamien O'Connor Labour
Whanganui Manawatu-Wanganui; Taranaki Borrows, ChesterChester Borrows National
Whangarei Northland Reti, ShaneShane Reti National
Wigram Canterbury Woods, MeganMegan Woods Labour

 

New Zealand General election results 2017 Voting Live

 

  1. Polling booths open in libraries, schools and town halls around the country at 9am (9pm Friday GMT) and close at 7pm, after which results will start coming in and vote counting will begin
  2. New Zealanders have to decide between National or new Labour leader Jacinda Ardern.
  3. Close to a million people have chosen to vote early this year – 40% of the total votes cast in the last general election in 2014.
  4. Voters will elect at least 120 members to the House of Representatives, with 71 electorate members and 49 list members.
  5. New Zealand uses the Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) voting system, which gives voters two votes: one for a political party and one for their local electorate MP
  6. A record 806,043 New Zealanders have already voted, two days ahead of Saturday's election.
  7. The advance voting statistics from the Electoral Commission show that by this day three years ago, 717,579 people have been to the polls.

 

 

New Zealand General Parliamentary election Preferred PM

 

 

Poll Date Bill English Jacinda Ardern
ne News Colmar Brunton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9–13 Sep 2017 32 34
Newshub Reid Research 13–20 Sep 2017 34.7 29.6
One News Colmar Brunton 15–19 Sep 2017 37 31

 

 

New Zealand General election Contesting Parties and Candidates

Political parties registered with the Electoral Commission on Writ Day can contest the general election as a party. Each such party can submit a party list to contest the party vote, and can have a party election-expenses limit in addition to limits on individual candidates' campaigns. As of 6 March 2017, fourteen political parties are registered and can contend the general election

Last Term Election Results

Party

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leader(s) Ideology Last election  
       % party vote Seats
National Bill English Conservatism; Classical liberalism 47.04 60
Labour Andrew Little Social democracy 25.13 32
Green James Shaw / Metiria Turei Green politics 10.7 14
NZ First Winston Peters Conservatism; Nationalism; Populism 8.66 11
Māori Te Ururoa Flavell / Marama Fox Indigenous rights 1.32 2
ACT David Seymour Classical liberalism; Libertarianism; Conservatism 0.69 1
United Future Peter Dunne Social liberalism; Centrism 0.22 1
Conservative Leighton Baker Conservatism; Fiscal conservatism; Social conservatism 3.99
Internet Suzie Dawson Collaborative e-democracy; Internet freedom; Privacy; Copyright reform 1.42
Mana Hone Harawira Tino rangatiratanga; Socialism; Māori rights 1.42
Legalise Cannabis Jeff Lye Cannabis legalisation 0.46
Ban 1080 Mike Downard / Bill Wallace Opposition to 1080 poison 0.21
Democrats Stephnie de Ruyter Social Credit; Economic democracy; Left-wing nationalism 0.07
Opportunities Gareth Morgan Big tent; Radical centrism; Environmentalism; Geolibertarianism not founded

sources: wikipedia.org

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New Zealand General election results 2017 Voting Live Winners Voter turnout

New Zealand General election results 2017 Voting Live Winners Voter turnout

New Zealand General election Dates 2017

New Zealand General election Date: 23 September 2017

The 2017 New Zealand general election is scheduled to be held on Saturday 23 September 2017 to determine the membership of the 52nd New Zealand Parliament. The current Parliament was elected on Saturday 20 September 2014 and expires if not dissolved earlier on 10 October 2017.
The National Party has governed since 2008, in a minority government with confidence and supply from the Māori, ACT and United Future parties. The National Party will be seeking a fourth term in government against opposition parties Labour (the official opposition), Green and New Zealand First. It will be the first election for Bill English as Prime Minister, after he replaced John Key on 12 December 2016.

New Zealand General election results 2017 Voting Live

 

  1. Polling booths open in libraries, schools and town halls around the country at 9am (9pm Friday GMT) and close at 7pm, after which results will start coming in and vote counting will begin Also Read: New Zealand Election Results 2017 by Constituency Winner List
  2. New Zealanders have to decide between National or new Labour leader Jacinda Ardern.
  3. Close to a million people have chosen to vote early this year – 40% of the total votes cast in the last general election in 2014.
  4. Voters will elect at least 120 members to the House of Representatives, with 71 electorate members and 49 list members.
  5. New Zealand uses the Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) voting system, which gives voters two votes: one for a political party and one for their local electorate MP
  6. A record 806,043 New Zealanders have already voted, two days ahead of Saturday's election.
  7. The advance voting statistics from the Electoral Commission show that by this day three years ago, 717,579 people have been to the polls.

 

New Zealand General Parliamentary election Opinion Poll 2017

Opinion polling for the 2017 New Zealand general election has been commissioned throughout the duration of the 51st New Zealand Parliament by various organisations. The five main polling organisations are Fairfax Media (Fairfax Media Ipsos), MediaWorks New Zealand (3 News Reid Research/Newshub Reid Research), The New Zealand Herald (Herald Digipoll), Roy Morgan Research, and Television New Zealand (One News Colmar Brunton). The sample size, margin of error and confidence interval of each poll varies by organisation and date.

New Zealand Election Opinion Poll  2017

According to latest Polls National Party is ahead of Labour.

Poll Date National Labour
One News Colmar Brunton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9–13 Sep 2017 40 44
Newshub Reid Research 13–20 Sep 2017 45.8 37.3
One News Colmar Brunton 15–19 Sep 2017 46 37

New Zealand General Parliamentary election Preferred PM

 

Poll Date Bill English Jacinda Ardern
ne News Colmar Brunton

 

 

 

 

9–13 Sep 2017 32 34
Newshub Reid Research 13–20 Sep 2017 34.7 29.6
One News Colmar Brunton 15–19 Sep 2017 37 31

 

 

New Zealand General election Contesting Parties and Candidates

Political parties registered with the Electoral Commission on Writ Day can contest the general election as a party. Each such party can submit a party list to contest the party vote, and can have a party election-expenses limit in addition to limits on individual candidates' campaigns. As of 6 March 2017, fourteen political parties are registered and can contend the general election

Last Term Election Results

Party

 

 

 

 

 

Leader(s) Ideology Last election  
       % party vote Seats
National Bill English Conservatism; Classical liberalism 47.04 60
Labour Andrew Little Social democracy 25.13 32
Green James Shaw / Metiria Turei Green politics 10.7 14
NZ First Winston Peters Conservatism; Nationalism; Populism 8.66 11
Māori Te Ururoa Flavell / Marama Fox Indigenous rights 1.32 2
ACT David Seymour Classical liberalism; Libertarianism; Conservatism 0.69 1
United Future Peter Dunne Social liberalism; Centrism 0.22 1
Conservative Leighton Baker Conservatism; Fiscal conservatism; Social conservatism 3.99
Internet Suzie Dawson Collaborative e-democracy; Internet freedom; Privacy; Copyright reform 1.42
Mana Hone Harawira Tino rangatiratanga; Socialism; Māori rights 1.42
Legalise Cannabis Jeff Lye Cannabis legalisation 0.46
Ban 1080 Mike Downard / Bill Wallace Opposition to 1080 poison 0.21
Democrats Stephnie de Ruyter Social Credit; Economic democracy; Left-wing nationalism 0.07
Opportunities Gareth Morgan Big tent; Radical centrism; Environmentalism; Geolibertarianism not founded

sources: wikipedia.org

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New Zealand House of Representatives 2017 voting live Results Dates Opinion Exit Poll Candidates

New Zealand House of Representatives election 2017 Results Voting Live Dates Opinion Exit Poll

New Zealand House of Representatives election Dates 2017

New Zealand House of Representatives election Date: 23 September 2017

The New Zealand House of Representatives is a component of the New Zealand Parliament, along with the Sovereign (represented by the Governor-General). The House passes all laws, provides ministers to form a Cabinet, and supervises the work of the Government. It is also responsible for adopting the state's budgets and approving the state's accounts.

The House of Representatives is a democratically elected body whose members are known as Members of Parliament (MPs). There are usually 120 members, though this number can be higher if there is an overhang. MPs are elected for limited terms, holding office until Parliament is dissolved (a maximum of three years). A government has formed the party or coalition with the majority of MPs. If no majority is possible then a government can be formed with a confidence and supply arrangement.

 New Zealand House of Representatives election 2017 Voting live Results

 

 

 

 

 

 


New Zealand House of Representatives election Voting Live 2017

  1. The House of Representatives takes the House of Commons of the United Kingdom as its model. The New Zealand Parliament is based on the Westminster system (that is, the model of the Parliament of the United Kingdom). As a democratic institution, the primary role of the House of Representatives is to provide representation for the people and to pass legislation on behalf of the people (see below)
  2. The House of Representatives plays an important role in responsible government. The Government of New Zealand (the executive branch, headed by the Cabinet) draws its membership exclusively from the House of Representatives.
  3. A government is formed when a single party or group of parties can show that they have the "confidence" (support) of the House. This can involve making agreements among several parties. Some may join a coalition government, while others may stay outside the Government but agree to support it on confidence votes. 


    Electoral system of New Zealand

All New Zealand citizens 18 years or older may vote in general elections, which are conducted by secret ballot. New Zealand was the first self-governing territory to enfranchise women, starting from the 1893 election.

Since the 1996 election, a form of proportional representation called mixed-member proportional (MMP) has been used. Under the MMP system, each person has two votes; one is for electoral seats (including some reserved for Māori), and the other is for a party. Since the 2014 election, there have been 71 electorate seats (which includes 7 Māori electorates), and the remaining 49 seats are assigned so that representation in parliament reflects the party vote, although a party has to win one electoral seat or 5 percent of the total party vote before it is eligible for these seats.

Candidates for New Zealand House of Representatives election 2017

N/A


New Zealand Parties and leaders

New Zealand National Party, New Zealand First, ACT New Zealand, New Zealand Labour Party, New Zealand Democratic Party for Social Credit, Green Party of Aotearoa/New Zealand, Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party, Māori Party.


New Zealand past election results

Summary of the 20 September 2014 election result for the New Zealand House of Representatives

 

Party

Votes

% of Votes

Seats

 

 %

Change

Electorate

List

Total

Change

 

 

National

1,131,501

47.04

−0.28

41

19

60

+1

 

 

Labour

604,534

25.13

−2.35

27

5

32

−2

 

 

Green

257,356

10.70

−0.36

0

14

14

0

 

 

NZ First

208,300

8.66

+2.06

0

11

11

+3

 

 

Māori

31,850

1.32

−0.11

1

1

2

−1

 

 

ACT

16,689

0.69

−0.37

1

0

1

0

 

 

United Future

5,286

0.22

−0.38

1

0

1

0

 

 

other parties

150,104

6.24

+2.87

0

0

0

−1[b]

 

total

2,405,620

100.00

 

71

50

121

0

 

     

 

 

National minority government

1,185,326

49.27

−1.14

44

20

64

0

 

 

Opposition parties

1,070,190

44.49

−1.73

27

30

57

0

 

     

 

party informal votes

10,681

 

 

disallowed votes

   

 

total votes cast

2,416,481

 

 

turnout

76.95%

 

total electorate

3,140,417

 

 

New Zealand General election results 2017 live Voting Dates Opinion Exit Poll Candidates

New Zealand General election results 2017 live Voting

New Zealand General election Dates 2017

New Zealand General election Date: 23 September 2017

The 2017 New Zealand general election is scheduled to be held on Saturday 23 September 2017 to determine the membership of the 52nd New Zealand Parliament. The current Parliament was elected on Saturday 20 September 2014 and expires if not dissolved earlier on 10 October 2017.
The National Party has governed since 2008, in a minority government with confidence and supply from the Māori, ACT and United Future parties. The National Party will be seeking a fourth term in government against opposition parties Labour (the official opposition), Green and New Zealand First. It will be the first election for Bill English as Prime Minister, after he replaced John Key on 12 December 2016.

 

New Zealand General Parliamentary election Opinion Poll 2017

Opinion polling for the 2017 New Zealand general election has been commissioned throughout the duration of the 51st New Zealand Parliament by various organisations. The five main polling organisations are Fairfax Media (Fairfax Media Ipsos), MediaWorks New Zealand (3 News Reid Research/Newshub Reid Research), The New Zealand Herald (Herald Digipoll), Roy Morgan Research, and Television New Zealand (One News Colmar Brunton). The sample size, margin of error and confidence interval of each poll varies by organisation and date.

New Zealand General Parliamentary election Opinion Poll Party Wise

Poll Date National Labour Green NZ First
One News Colmar Brunton

 

 

 

1–5 July 2017 47 27 11 11
Roy Morgan Research 26 June – 9 July 2017 43 30.5 13.5 8

 

New Zealand General Parliamentary election Preferred PM

 

 

 

Poll

 

 

 

Date  Bill English Andrew Little Winston Peters
         
Newshub Reid Research 15-Jun 26.2 7 9.7
One News Colmar Brunton 1–5 July 2017 26 5 11

 

New Zealand General election Contesting Parties and Candidates

Political parties registered with the Electoral Commission on Writ Day can contest the general election as a party. Each such party can submit a party list to contest the party vote, and can have a party election-expenses limit in addition to limits on individual candidates' campaigns. As of 6 March 2017, fourteen political parties are registered and can contend the general election

Party

Leader(s) Ideology Last election  
       % party vote Seats
National Bill English Conservatism; Classical liberalism 47.04 60
Labour Andrew Little Social democracy 25.13 32
Green James Shaw / Metiria Turei Green politics 10.7 14
NZ First Winston Peters Conservatism; Nationalism; Populism 8.66 11
Māori Te Ururoa Flavell / Marama Fox Indigenous rights 1.32 2
ACT David Seymour Classical liberalism; Libertarianism; Conservatism 0.69 1
United Future Peter Dunne Social liberalism; Centrism 0.22 1
Conservative Leighton Baker Conservatism; Fiscal conservatism; Social conservatism 3.99
Internet Suzie Dawson Collaborative e-democracy; Internet freedom; Privacy; Copyright reform 1.42
Mana Hone Harawira Tino rangatiratanga; Socialism; Māori rights 1.42
Legalise Cannabis Jeff Lye Cannabis legalisation 0.46
Ban 1080 Mike Downard / Bill Wallace Opposition to 1080 poison 0.21
Democrats Stephnie de Ruyter Social Credit; Economic democracy; Left-wing nationalism 0.07
Opportunities Gareth Morgan Big tent; Radical centrism; Environmentalism; Geolibertarianism not founded

sources: wikipedia.org

Papua New Guinea PNG election results 2017 Live By Party Candidates

Papua New Guinea PNG election results 2017 Live By Party Candidates

Papua New Guinea General elections Dates 2017

General elections Date: 24 June 2017

General elections will be held in Papua New Guinea from 24 June to 8 July 2017.

The writs for the election will be issued on 20 April, while the close of nominations will be on 27 April.

Michael Somare, the first Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, is retiring at the election. Somare has served continuously since he was first elected to the pre-independence House of Assembly in 1968, an unbroken term of 49 years.

 

 


Papua New Guinea General elections Results Live 2017

Results will be declared by 8th July 2017. Meanwhile there has been lot of chaos and confusion at PNG.

Lot of electors did not have their names listed in the electoral Roll.

Papua New Guinea prime minister Peter O’Neill appealed for calm across the country and said the election would go ahead and any issues were only “administrative”, and not indicative of vote tampering or corruption.
“Papua New Guinea is a great nation, a nation that is changing and evolving, and where our democracy is one of the most stable in the world.” he said.

For Official results Visit Site http://results.pngec.gov.pg/#results

Since the counting is still underway. Click on individual constituency map to see detailed results.

0% votes Counted

Status

Seats

Counting First Pref 9
Not Started 102

Electoral system of Papua New Guinea

The National parliament is elected from 111 single-member electorates. 89 of them are open electorates distributed around the country. Additionally, each of the 22 provinces elects 1 regional member, which also takes the title of provincial governor. The candidates are elected using Limited preferential voting, where the voter ranks 3 candidates in the order of preference

 

 


Candidates for General elections 2017

The Papua New Guinea Electoral Commission reports in preliminary figures that 3332 candidates have nominated to contest the election, 165 candidates of which are women.

Province Region Male Candidates Female Candidates Total
Chimbu Highlands Region 309 11 320
Eastern Highlands Highlands Region 384 12 396
Enga Highlands Region 154 8 162
Hela Highlands Region 89 3 92
Jiwaka Highlands Region 133 5 138
Southern Highlands Highlands Region 116 1 117
Western Highlands Highlands Region 95 3 98
A/R Bougainville NGI Region 68 5 73
East New Britain NGI Region 79 2 81
Manus NGI Region 52 8 60
New Ireland NGI Region 42 4 46
West New Britain NGI Region 68 0 68
East Sepik Momase Region 163 11 174
Madang Momase Region 253 14 267
Morobe Momase Region 314 13 327
West Sepik Momase Region 92 5 97
Central Papua Region 133 14 147
Gulf Papua Region 133 12 145
Milne Bay Papua Region 96 5 101
National Capital District Papua Region 128 13 141
Northern Papua Region 95 8 103
Western Papua Region 171 8 179
Total   3167 165 3332

Papua New Guinea Parties and leaders

Christian Democratic Party, Coalition for Reform Party, Country Party,Greens.,Indigenous,People's Party,Melanesian Alliance Party,Melanesian Liberal Party,National Alliance Party.

 

PNG preliminary Election Results 2017

WHP|Regional | Count: 45

1. Paias Wingti (PDM) – 44 445
2. Wai Rapa (URP) – 33 197
3. Professor John Nongorr (IND) – 26 687
4. Tom Olga (IND) – 12 856
5. Danny Gonol (CDP) – 7739

————————————————————-
WHP| Hagen Open | Count: 68

1. William Duma (URP) – 28,926
2. James Puk (IND) – 7415
3. Luke Lukcee Mathew (IND) – 4501
4. David Yak Kum (IND) – 4103
5. Joseph Ken (IND) – 3009
———————————————————–
WHP| Dei Open| Count 64
1. Tui Ekil (IND) – 5886
2. Wesley Nukundi Nukunj (PNC) – 4999
3. Steven Pim (IND) – 4553
4. Sol Solo Mel (IND) – 4346
5. James Memba Weiya (NA) – 3485
—————————————————–
WHP| Mul-Baiyer | Count: 101

1. Koi Trappe(PNC) – 21,458
2. Sani Rambi(NA) – 12,207
3. David Morris(IND) – 10,131
4. Michael Ekri Kwann(IND) – 4770
5. Mara Wek (THE) – 4057
—————————————-
WHP|Tambul-Nebilyer |Count: 83
1. Paul Mawa(IND)_15,613
2. Benjamin Poponawa(PNC)_15,265
3. Win Bakri Daki(IND)_12,659
4. James Kennedy Steven(IND)_12,551
5. Gabriel Andandi(IND)_6613

 


Papua New Guinea General elections Results

Party

Candidates

Seats won

 % of seats

People's National Congress Party

89

27

24.32%

Triumph Heritage Empowerment Rural Party

72

12

10.81%

Papua New Guinea Party

88

8

7.21%

National Alliance Party

75

7

6.31%

United Resources Party

48

7

6.31%

People's Party

49

6

5.41%

People's Progress Party

40

6

5.41%

Social Democratic Party

40

3

2.7%

Coalition for Reform Party

15

2

2.7%

Melanesian Liberal Party

5

2

2.7%

New Generation Party

27

2

2.7%

People's Movement for Change Party

51

2

2.7%

People's United Assembly Party

29

2

2.7%

People's Democratic Movement

19

2

2.7%

Indigenous People's Party

44

1

0.9%

Our Development Party

22

1

0.9%

Pangu Party

60

1

0.9%

Papua New Guinea Constitutional Democratic Party

39

1

0.9%

PNG Country Party

46

1

0.9%

Stars Alliance Party

22

1

0.9%

United Party

20

1

0.9%

Independent

2197

16

14.41%

Total

 

111

100%

Papua New Guinea General elections 2017 Results Dates Opinion Poll

PNG General elections 2017 Opinion Exit Poll Voting Results Live

PNG General elections 2017 Opinion Exit Poll Voting Results Live

Papua New Guinea General elections Dates 2017

General elections Date: 24 June 2017

General elections will be held in Papua New Guinea from 24 June to 8 July 2017.

The writs for the election will be issued on 20 April, while the close of nominations will be on 27 April.

Michael Somare, the first Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, is retiring at the election. Somare has served continuously since he was first elected to the pre-independence House of Assembly in 1968, an unbroken term of 49 years.

 


Papua New Guinea General elections Details 2017

 

Leader Peter O'Neill Don Polye
Party People's National Congress Triumph Heritage Empowerment
Leader since 2002 2012
Leader's seat Ialibu-Pangia Open Kandep Open
Last election 27 12
Current seats 54 6

Papua New Guinea General elections Results Live 2017

0% votes Counted

Candidate

Vote %

   
   

Electoral system of Papua New Guinea

The National parliament is elected from 111 single-member electorates. 89 of them are open electorates distributed around the country. Additionally, each of the 22 provinces elects 1 regional member, which also takes the title of provincial governor. The candidates are elected using Limited preferential voting, where the voter ranks 3 candidates in the order of preference

 

 


Candidates for General elections 2017

The Papua New Guinea Electoral Commission reports in preliminary figures that 3332 candidates have nominated to contest the election, 165 candidates of which are women.

Province Region Male Candidates Female Candidates Total
Chimbu Highlands Region 309 11 320
Eastern Highlands Highlands Region 384 12 396
Enga Highlands Region 154 8 162
Hela Highlands Region 89 3 92
Jiwaka Highlands Region 133 5 138
Southern Highlands Highlands Region 116 1 117
Western Highlands Highlands Region 95 3 98
A/R Bougainville NGI Region 68 5 73
East New Britain NGI Region 79 2 81
Manus NGI Region 52 8 60
New Ireland NGI Region 42 4 46
West New Britain NGI Region 68 0 68
East Sepik Momase Region 163 11 174
Madang Momase Region 253 14 267
Morobe Momase Region 314 13 327
West Sepik Momase Region 92 5 97
Central Papua Region 133 14 147
Gulf Papua Region 133 12 145
Milne Bay Papua Region 96 5 101
National Capital District Papua Region 128 13 141
Northern Papua Region 95 8 103
Western Papua Region 171 8 179
Total   3167 165 3332

Papua New Guinea Parties and leaders

Christian Democratic Party, Coalition for Reform Party, Country Party,Greens.,Indigenous,People's Party,Melanesian Alliance Party,Melanesian Liberal Party,National Alliance Party.


Papua New Guinea General elections Results

Party

Candidates

Seats won

 % of seats

People's National Congress Party

89

27

24.32%

Triumph Heritage Empowerment Rural Party

72

12

10.81%

Papua New Guinea Party

88

8

7.21%

National Alliance Party

75

7

6.31%

United Resources Party

48

7

6.31%

People's Party

49

6

5.41%

People's Progress Party

40

6

5.41%

Social Democratic Party

40

3

2.7%

Coalition for Reform Party

15

2

2.7%

Melanesian Liberal Party

5

2

2.7%

New Generation Party

27

2

2.7%

People's Movement for Change Party

51

2

2.7%

People's United Assembly Party

29

2

2.7%

People's Democratic Movement

19

2

2.7%

Indigenous People's Party

44

1

0.9%

Our Development Party

22

1

0.9%

Pangu Party

60

1

0.9%

Papua New Guinea Constitutional Democratic Party

39

1

0.9%

PNG Country Party

46

1

0.9%

Stars Alliance Party

22

1

0.9%

United Party

20

1

0.9%

Independent

2197

16

14.41%

Total

 

111

100%

Papua New Guinea General elections 2017 Results Dates Opinion Poll

Papua New Guinea PNG General elections 2017 Candidates results Live

Papua New Guinea PNG General elections 2017 Candidates

Papua New Guinea General elections Dates 2017

General elections Date: 24 June 2017

General elections will be held in Papua New Guinea from 24 June to 8 July 2017.

The writs for the election will be issued on 20 April, while the close of nominations will be on 27 April.

Michael Somare, the first Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, is retiring at the election. Somare has served continuously since he was first elected to the pre-independence House of Assembly in 1968, an unbroken term of 49 years.

 

 


Papua New Guinea General elections Results Live 2017

Results will be declared by 8th July 2017. Meanwhile there has been lot of chaos and confusion at PNG.

Papua New Guinea prime minister Peter O’Neill appealed for calm across the country and said the election would go ahead and any issues were only “administrative”, and not indicative of vote tampering or corruption.
“Papua New Guinea is a great nation, a nation that is changing and evolving, and where our democracy is one of the most stable in the world.” he said.

0% votes Counted

Candidate

Vote %

   
   

Electoral system of Papua New Guinea

The National parliament is elected from 111 single-member electorates. 89 of them are open electorates distributed around the country. Additionally, each of the 22 provinces elects 1 regional member, which also takes the title of provincial governor. The candidates are elected using Limited preferential voting, where the voter ranks 3 candidates in the order of preference

 

 


Candidates for General elections 2017

The Papua New Guinea Electoral Commission reports in preliminary figures that 3332 candidates have nominated to contest the election, 165 candidates of which are women.

Province Region Male Candidates Female Candidates Total
Chimbu Highlands Region 309 11 320
Eastern Highlands Highlands Region 384 12 396
Enga Highlands Region 154 8 162
Hela Highlands Region 89 3 92
Jiwaka Highlands Region 133 5 138
Southern Highlands Highlands Region 116 1 117
Western Highlands Highlands Region 95 3 98
A/R Bougainville NGI Region 68 5 73
East New Britain NGI Region 79 2 81
Manus NGI Region 52 8 60
New Ireland NGI Region 42 4 46
West New Britain NGI Region 68 0 68
East Sepik Momase Region 163 11 174
Madang Momase Region 253 14 267
Morobe Momase Region 314 13 327
West Sepik Momase Region 92 5 97
Central Papua Region 133 14 147
Gulf Papua Region 133 12 145
Milne Bay Papua Region 96 5 101
National Capital District Papua Region 128 13 141
Northern Papua Region 95 8 103
Western Papua Region 171 8 179
Total   3167 165 3332

Papua New Guinea Parties and leaders

Christian Democratic Party, Coalition for Reform Party, Country Party,Greens.,Indigenous,People's Party,Melanesian Alliance Party,Melanesian Liberal Party,National Alliance Party.


Papua New Guinea General elections Results

Party

Candidates

Seats won

 % of seats

People's National Congress Party

89

27

24.32%

Triumph Heritage Empowerment Rural Party

72

12

10.81%

Papua New Guinea Party

88

8

7.21%

National Alliance Party

75

7

6.31%

United Resources Party

48

7

6.31%

People's Party

49

6

5.41%

People's Progress Party

40

6

5.41%

Social Democratic Party

40

3

2.7%

Coalition for Reform Party

15

2

2.7%

Melanesian Liberal Party

5

2

2.7%

New Generation Party

27

2

2.7%

People's Movement for Change Party

51

2

2.7%

People's United Assembly Party

29

2

2.7%

People's Democratic Movement

19

2

2.7%

Indigenous People's Party

44

1

0.9%

Our Development Party

22

1

0.9%

Pangu Party

60

1

0.9%

Papua New Guinea Constitutional Democratic Party

39

1

0.9%

PNG Country Party

46

1

0.9%

Stars Alliance Party

22

1

0.9%

United Party

20

1

0.9%

Independent

2197

16

14.41%

Total

 

111

100%

Papua New Guinea General elections 2017 Results Dates Opinion Poll

Papua New Guinea PNG General elections 2017 Dates Schedule Results Live

Papua New Guinea PNG General elections 2017 Dates Schedule

Papua New Guinea PNG General elections Dates 2017

General elections Date: 24 June 2017 to 8 July 2017

General elections will be held in Papua New Guinea from 24 June to 8 July 2017.

The writs for the election will be issued on 20 April, while the close of nominations will be on 27 April.

Michael Somare, the first Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, is retiring at the election. Somare has served continuously since he was first elected to the pre-independence House of Assembly in 1968, an unbroken term of 49 years.


Papua New Guinea PNG General elections Dates Schedule TimeLine 2017

 

 

 

20-04-2017

 

 

Issue of Writs, opening of nominations and start of campaign period
27-04-2017 Nominations close
24-06-2017 Polling starts
08-07-2017 Polling and campaign period ends, counting of the ballot paper begins
On or before Return of Writs, counting of the ballot paper ends
24-07-2017  
07-08-2017 Return of Writs for Local-Level Government Elections

Papua New Guinea General elections Results Live 2017

Results will be declared by 8th July 2017. Meanwhile there has been lot of chaos and confusion at PNG.

Papua New Guinea prime minister Peter O’Neill appealed for calm across the country and said the election would go ahead and any issues were only “administrative”, and not indicative of vote tampering or corruption.
“Papua New Guinea is a great nation, a nation that is changing and evolving, and where our democracy is one of the most stable in the world.” he said.

0% votes Counted

Candidate

Vote %

   
   

Electoral system of Papua New Guinea

The National parliament is elected from 111 single-member electorates. 89 of them are open electorates distributed around the country. Additionally, each of the 22 provinces elects 1 regional member, which also takes the title of provincial governor. The candidates are elected using Limited preferential voting, where the voter ranks 3 candidates in the order of preference


Candidates for General elections 2017

Papua New Guinea PNG General elections 2017 Candidates


Papua New Guinea Parties and leaders

Christian Democratic Party, Coalition for Reform Party, Country Party,Greens.,Indigenous,People's Party,Melanesian Alliance Party,Melanesian Liberal Party,National Alliance Party.


Papua New Guinea General elections Results

Party

Candidates

Seats won

 % of seats

People's National Congress Party

89

27

24.32%

Triumph Heritage Empowerment Rural Party

72

12

10.81%

Papua New Guinea Party

88

8

7.21%

National Alliance Party

75

7

6.31%

United Resources Party

48

7

6.31%

People's Party

49

6

5.41%

People's Progress Party

40

6

5.41%

Social Democratic Party

40

3

2.7%

Coalition for Reform Party

15

2

2.7%

Melanesian Liberal Party

5

2

2.7%

New Generation Party

27

2

2.7%

People's Movement for Change Party

51

2

2.7%

People's United Assembly Party

29

2

2.7%

People's Democratic Movement

19

2

2.7%

Indigenous People's Party

44

1

0.9%

Our Development Party

22

1

0.9%

Pangu Party

60

1

0.9%

Papua New Guinea Constitutional Democratic Party

39

1

0.9%

PNG Country Party

46

1

0.9%

Stars Alliance Party

22

1

0.9%

United Party

20

1

0.9%

Independent

2197

16

14.41%

Total

 

111

100%

Papua New Guinea General elections 2017 Results Dates Opinion Poll

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