Punjab Assembly Election Results 2022 Live

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  • 2022 Win/LeadINCAAPSADBJPPLCBSPOTH
  • Alliance 2022INCAAPSAD+BJP+OTH
  • 2017 WinnerINCAAPSADBJPOTH
  • 2012 WinnerINCSADBJPOTH
  • 2019 LS Segment Lead1INCAAPSADBJPBSPOTHThe party that got the most votes within this assembly segment of the corresponding Lok Sabha seat in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections
  • 2014 LS Segment Lead2INCSADBJPOTHThe party that got the most votes within this assembly segment of the corresponding Lok Sabha seat in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections
  • TypeGENSCUrbanSemi UrbanRural
  • RegionDoabaMajhaMalwa
  • Literacy3>75%<65%2011 Census figures for the corresponding district
  • Electorate Sex Ratio4>1000<950Number of female voters per 1000 male voters
  • Electorate Size>2L<1.5L
  • Constituency Area5SmallArea less than 100 sqkm
  • Dalit Population6>20%>30%Census figures referred to by the Delimitation Commission
  • Dominant Community7HinduSikh
  • Stronghold8SADINCA constituency is considered a stronghold of a party if it has won the last two Assembly elections in the seat with a margin greater than 15%
  • Swing Seats9A constituency is considered to be a swing seat if the margin of victory in the last two Assembly elections was less than 5%
  • Border Belt
  • Contestants 202256789101112131415171819
  • 2022 Turnout10HigherLowerHigher turnout: Constituencies in which the 2022 voter turnout is more than 5% as compared to 2017. Lower turnout: Constituencies in which the 2022 voter turnout is less than 5% as compared to 2017.
  • 2017 Turnut>80%<70%
  • 2012 Turnout>80%<70%
  • 2022 Winner Vote Share>50%<35%
  • 2017 Winner Vote Share>50%<35%
  • 2012 Winner Vote Share>50%<35%
  • 2022 Winner Margin>20%<5%
  • 2017 Winner Margin>20%<5%
  • 2012 Winner Margin>20%<5%
  • 2022 Margin>30K<1K
  • 2017 Margin>30K<1K
  • 2012 Margin>30K<1K
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