• search
For Quick Alerts
ALLOW NOTIFICATIONS  
For Daily Alerts

Karnataka polls: Winner with highest vote share was 77 per cent, lowest 24

|

In the recently concluded Karnataka assembly elections, the win by the highest vote share was 77 per cent while the lowest was 24 per cent. Data prepared by the Association for Democratic Reforms states that 44(57%) out of 77 winners with declared criminal cases have won with a vote share of 50% and above.

Karnataka polls: Winner with highest vote share was 77 per cent, lowest 24

Vote share margin:

The Congress candidate from Pulakeshinagar, Akhanda Srinivasamurthy polled 97574 votes and won with a vote share of 77 per cent. In the constituency there are 231913 voters and the total votes was 126432.

Second on the list is D K Shivakumar of the Congress who contested from Kanakapura. Of the 220409 registered voters, 186152 voted. Shivakumar polled 127552 and won with a vote share of 69 per cent.

Dr. Ashwathnarayan of the BJP who contested from Malleshwaram comes third on the list with a vote share of 67 per cent. Malleshwaram has 213537 voters of which 123665 voted. He bagged 83130 votes.

Anjali Hemant Nimbalkar of the Congress who contested the Khanapur seat polled 36649 votes and won with a 24 per cent vote share.

Y V Patil of the Congress who contested from India polled 50401 votes and won with a vote share of 30 per cent.

D S Suresh of the BJP won the Tarikere seat with a vote share of 30 per cent and polled 44940 votes.

Winners with margin of less than 1000 votes:

Winners with margin of less than 1000 votes:

Winners with margin of victory more than 30 per cent:

Winners with margin of victory more than 30 per cent:

Performance of women winners:

Performance of women winners:

Performance of re-elected winners:

Performance of re-elected winners:

NOTA

NOTA

Other statistics:

The voter turnout for the Karnataka Assembly was 74% whereas voter turnout in 2013 assembly elections was 71%. Out of 104 winner of BJP, 53(51%) won with less than 50 % of total votes polled in their constituencies. 48(61%) out of 78 winners from INC; 19(50%) out of 38 winners from JD(S); 1(100%) winner each from KPJP and BSP have won with less than 50% of total votes polled in their constituency.

  • 44(57%) out of 77 winners with declared criminal cases have won with a vote share of 50% and above.
  • 95(44%) out 215 crorepati winners have won with a vote share of 50% and above.  Representativeness of Winners
  • All the winners of the Karnataka State Assembly Elections, 2018 won with an average of 36% of the total registered voters. This implies that the winners represents on an average, 36% of the total electorate. In the Karnataka State Assembly Elections, 2013 won by an average of 32% of the total registered votes.
  • Out of 104 winner of BJP, 69(66%) have won less than 40% of votes of the total registered voters in the constituency. 61(78%) out of 78 winners from INC; 15(39%) out of 38 winners from JD(S); 1(100%) winner each from KPJP and BSP have won less than 40 % of votes of the total registered voters in the constituency.

Winners with Declared Criminal Cases and their Margin of Victory:

  • 49 out of 77 winners with declared criminal cases have won against a runners up with a clean background.
  • Among these 49 winners, 12 winners have won with more than 20 % margin of victory.
  • Among these, Dr. Ashwat H Narayan CN (BJP) from Malleshwaram constituency won with 44% margin of victory.

Crorepati Winners and their Margin of Victory:

  • 18 out of 215 crorepati winners have won against a non-crorepati runners up.
  • Among these 18 winners, 7 winners have won with more than 20 % margin of victory.
  • Among these, Mr. Yathindra S (INC) from Varuna constituency won with 33% margin of victory.
  • Out of total 94 re-elected winners, none have won with less than 32 % of vote share in their respective constituency. 45(48%) have won with more than 50% of vote share.
  • 21(22%) re-elected winners have won with less than 5% of margin of victory whereas 7 have won with more than 30% of margin of victory.
  • The NOTA button instated by the ECI in 2013 gave the voters an options of rejecting all the candidates in their constituency. The total number of votes polled for None-of-the-above option were 322841 votes during the Karnataka State Assembly Elections, 2018.
  • Out of total votes polled for NOTA, 22% (70,941 votes) of votes were polled in 55 Red Alert Constituencies. Red Alert Constituencies refer to constituencies where among the contesting candidates, 3 or more candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves.
lok-sabha-home

For Daily Alerts

For Breaking News from Oneindia
Get instant news updates throughout the day.

Notification Settings X
Time Settings
Done
Clear Notification X
Do you want to clear all the notifications from your inbox?
Settings X
X
We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. This includes cookies from third party social media websites and ad networks. Such third party cookies may track your use on Oneindia sites for better rendering. Our partners use cookies to ensure we show you advertising that is relevant to you. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on Oneindia website. However, you can change your cookie settings at any time. Learn more