Check out 2018 Election Results with Daily Pakistan’s interactive results map
LAHORE - Daily Pakistan has mapped the general polls results in each constituency of the country’s biggest electoral races scheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday).
Each dot represents one constituency in the map of four provinces: Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It will also illustrate the constituencies in the federal capital, Islamabad. Each dot is equal in size so one constituency can be accurately portrayed in the visualization, due to that the dots do not necessarily coincide with the geographical location of the constituency. This is done to accurately portray party standing visually.
Our readers can explore the map by clicking on a constituency to view how many people in that area voted for each candidate and who is leading the race.
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The official election results are being updated after the polling ended at 6:00pm.
Over 12,000 candidates are vying for 270 national and 570 provincial assembly seats.
As many as 105.96 million people were expected to use their right to vote.
Nearly twenty-three percent of the total voters took part in the exercise for the first time.
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