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GE14SIMULATOR

BN PAS HARAPAN
85 21 59
45.7 % TOTAL VOTES 16.9 % TOTAL VOTES 36.4 % TOTAL VOTES

Results are only for Peninsular Malaysia *

  STATE SEAT PARLIAMENT SEAT
PERLIS
BN 13
PAS 1
HARAPAN 1
BN 3
PAS 0
HARAPAN 0
KEDAH
BN 21
PAS 9
HARAPAN 6
BN 10
PAS 1
HARAPAN 4
KELANTAN
BN 12
PAS 32
HARAPAN 1
BN 5
PAS 9
HARAPAN 0
TERENGGANU
BN 17
PAS 14
HARAPAN 1
BN 4
PAS 4
HARAPAN 0
PENANG
BN 10
PAS 1
HARAPAN 29
BN 3
PAS 0
HARAPAN 10
PERAK
BN 31
PAS 5
HARAPAN 23
BN 12
PAS 2
HARAPAN 10
PAHANG
BN 30
PAS 3
HARAPAN 9
BN 10
PAS 1
HARAPAN 3
SELANGOR
BN 12
PAS 15
HARAPAN 29
BN 5
PAS 4
HARAPAN 13
WP KUALA LUMPUR
BN 0
PAS 0
HARAPAN 0
BN 3
PAS 0
HARAPAN 9
NEGERI SEMBILAN
BN 22
PAS 0
HARAPAN 14
BN 5
PAS 0
HARAPAN 3
MALACCA
BN 21
PAS 1
HARAPAN 6
BN 4
PAS 0
HARAPAN 2
JOHOR
BN 38
PAS 4
HARAPAN 14
BN 21
PAS 0
HARAPAN 5

* NOTES

  • This simulator does not include Sabah and Sarawak, which collectively have more than 60 ethnic groups and is more complicated. It cannot be predicted simply based on Malay and non-Malays support.
  • This simulator applies the same trend nationwide. The calculation is based on the 2013 general election results and does not factor in new electoral boundaries and voters.
  • Useful information: Peninsular Malaysia has 165 parliamentary seats where BN won 85, Harapan (PKR and DAP) won 59 and PAS won 21 in GE13. East Malaysia has 57 seats where BN won 48, Harapan (PKR and DAP) won nine and PAS won none in GE13. 112 seats are needed to form the government and 148 seats are needed for two-thirds majority.

GE14SIMULATOR

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