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Election Results 0% open


What data is expected?

This data category requires results by constituency / district for all major national electoral contests. Election data informs about voting outcomes and voting process. What are electoral majorities and minorities? How many votes are registered, invalid, or spoilt? To enable highest transparency, the Index assesses polling station data. Data for electoral zones does not suffice. The Index consulted the National Democratic Institute (NDI) to develop this data category. For more information, see the NDI’s Open Elections Data Initiative. We recommend that you consult our methodology section for more information.

  • Results for major electoral contests
  • Number of registered votes
  • Number of invalid votes
  • Number of spoiled ballots
  • Data available at polling station level

How open is the data?

Rejected submission since not all required data is available. Results available include registered votes, major results, invalid and blank votes, no information for spoiled ballots. Website presents several navigation obstacles, such as heavy load, broken links for results, captcha for most the consults. Submitter also refers to incomplete datasets. 2016 Referendum results are announced with a banner in the homepage ( but they are only available through HTML at polling station. PDF files are also available ( 2015 Referendum results are announced as well but the link is broken ( 2012, 2013, 2014 Elections results and 2015 Subnational elections results ( are only available through PDF format (ie. By the end of the 2016 Referendum results webpage there’s a “All rights reserved” disclaimer, similar in organization’s webpage.

Data location   Unknown
Data licence   Unknown
Data format   Unknown
Reviewer   Paola Mosso
Submitters   anonymous
Last modified   Tue Mar 14 2017 03:49:21 GMT+0000 (UTC)



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