Monday, December 15, 2014

More Japan results

I've created a results map, using more "Canadian" party colours. This is adapted from the Wikipedia map on the Japan election page.

The LDP is shown in Conservative Blue, while the DPJ has been assigned Liberal Red. The JIP has Reform-Alliance Green, while I've assigned NDP Orange to the JCP to represent it's role as Japan's largest "Left" party. Komeito, with no Canadian equal, was assigned a light purple, a colour not used by any Canadian political parties.

Region by Region, the vote results are as follows:

Hokkaido
LDP - 29.8%
DPJ - 27.6%
NKP - 12.3%
JCP - 12.1%
JIP - 9.9%

Tohoku
LDP - 32.9%
DPJ - 22.5%
JIP - 13.0%
NKP - 11.2%
JCP - 9.9%

North Kanto
LDP - 34.6%
DPJ - 17.8%
NKP - 14.7%
JIP - 13.9%
JCP - 11.7%

South Kanto
LDP - 34.0%
DPJ - 17.6%
JIP - 15.4%
NKP - 12.8%
JCP - 11.9%

Tokyo
LDP - 32.1%
DPJ - 16.3%
JCP - 15.4%
JIP - 14.2%
NKP - 12.1%

Hokuriku Shin-Etsu
LDP - 36.1%
DPJ - 22.2%
JIP - 13.9%
JCP - 10.1%
NKP - 9.4%

Tokai
LDP - 33.3%
DPJ - 23.1%
JIP - 15.0%
NKP - 12.5%
JCP - 9.6%

Kinki
LDP - 28.9%
JIP - 26.1%
NKP - 14.6%
JCP - 12.8%
DPJ - 12.4%

Chugoku
LDP - 38.2%
DPJ - 17.1%
NKP - 16.7%
JIP - 12.7%
JCP - 9.2%

Shikoku
JDP - 34.9%
DPJ - 20.8%
NKP - 15.8%
JIP - 12.8%
JCP - 10.1% (no seats)

Kyushu
LDP - 34.3%
NKP - 17.7%
DPJ - 16.2%
JIP - 13.0%
JCP - 9.1%
SDP - 5.3% (one seat)


All in all, the Coalition managed between 40% and 60% vote in each region.

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