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==ఫలితాలు==
== Results ==
 
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[[File:Indian General Election 2019.svg|Results of the election by political party|thumb|upright=1.35]]
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[[File:Indian General Election 2019 by alliance.svg|Results of the election by alliance|thumb|upright=1.35]]
|+Preliminary results
 
! colspan=3| Alliance
The [[Bharatiya Janata Party]]-led [[National Democratic Alliance (India)|NDA]] won the elections with the BJP itself winning a clear [[majority]]. The BJP become the single largest party in the House and surpassed expectations to win 303 seats, with its alliance partners bringing the NDA to a total of 353 seats.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.eci.gov.in/|title=Election Commission of India|website=eci.gov.in}}</ref> Reasons attributed to the victory included the personal popularity of [[Narendra Modi]], effective voter turnout drives by the NDA, a surge in public nationalism following the [[Pulwama attack]], the consolidation of Hindu voters in a multi-caste coalition and the successful implementation of social welfare programmes during the [[First Modi ministry]]'s term.<ref>https://www.hindustantimes.com/lok-sabha-elections/bjp-cements-its-position-as-central-pole-of-indian-polity/story-kPMHLAIt3d2jX0GXc67DAJ.html</ref>
! Party
 
! Votes
The [[Vote counting|counting of votes]] was held on 23 May 2019, and was completed early the following day.<ref name=":02">{{cite web|url=http://results.eci.gov.in/pc/en/partywise/index.htm|title=General Election 2019 - Election Commission of India|website=results.eci.gov.in|access-date=2019-05-24}}</ref> Initial returns showed the BJP leading in all 303 constituencies it eventually won, and opposition leader [[Rahul Gandhi]] conceded defeat prior to the official certification of most results.<ref name="PM Modi 2019">[https://www.indiatoday.in/elections/lok-sabha-2019/video/rahul-gandhi-concedes-defeat-congratulates-pm-modi-smriti-irani-1532940-2019-05-23 Rahul Gandhi concedes defeat, congratulates PM Modi, Smriti Irani], India Today (May 23, 2019)</ref>
! %
 
! Swing
With the results, the BJP was able to gain 21 seats in the House, having won 282 in the [[2014 Indian general election]].<ref name="wsjmay232019a2">[https://www.wsj.com/articles/indias-narendra-modi-takes-an-early-lead-in-elections-11558589858 India’s Narendra Modi Wins Re-Election With Strong Mandate], The Wall Street Journal (May 23, 2019)</ref><ref name="indiatoday-alliance">{{cite web |title=Lok Sabha Election 2019 - Party Alliance Details, General Elections |url=https://www.indiatoday.in/elections/lok-sabha-2019/party-alliance-details |website=India Today |accessdate=27 May 2019}}</ref> It was the second time in India's independent history that voters re-elected the same party to power with a bigger majority to the Lok Sabha – India's lower house of parliament. The BJP's total vote share stood at 37.4 per cent, an increase of over 6 [[percentage points]] from 31.34 per cent in 2014. The National Democratic Alliance secured a vote share of 45 per cent, compared to 38 per cent in 2014. In contrast, the vote share of Indian National Congress remained the same at 19.5 per cent.<ref name="itmay2320192">[https://www.indiatoday.in/elections/lok-sabha-2019/story/narendra-modi-returns-biggest-gain-vote-share-1532819-2019-05-23 Narendra Modi 2.0 returns with biggest gain in vote share ever], India Today (May 23, 2019)</ref><ref>{{cite news |last1=Ramani |first1=Srinivasan |title=Analysis: Highest-ever national vote share for the BJP |url=https://www.thehindu.com/elections/lok-sabha-2019/analysis-highest-ever-national-vote-share-for-the-bjp/article27218550.ece |work=The Hindu |date=23 May 2019 |language=en-IN}}</ref> About 1.04 percent of the voters in India chose to vote for [[None of the above (India)|None Of The Above]] (NOTA) in the 2019 elections, with Bihar leading with 2.08 percent NOTA voters.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.firstpost.com/politics/lok-sabha-election-results-2019-most-nota-votes-were-cast-in-bihar-maharashtra-recorded-486902-such-votes-with-palghar-topping-the-list-6693611.html|title=Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: Most NOTA votes were cast in Bihar; Maharashtra recorded 4,86,902 such votes with Palghar topping the list}}</ref>
! colspan="2" | Seats<br>Won<ref name=":02" />
 
Modi became the only Indian prime minister in history whose government was re-elected with both an increase in the total percentage of votes along with a full majority.<ref name="itmay2320192" /> His opponent, Rahul Gandhi, ran in two constituencies, winning from Wayanad, but losing from the [[Amethi (Lok Sabha constituency)|Amethi]] constituency – the seat he, his mother ([[Sonia Gandhi]]), his father ([[Rajiv Gandhi]]), and his uncle ([[Sanjay Gandhi]]) had collectively held for decades. In addition, many candidates who were members of popular political dynasties were defeated across India in favour of the BJP or other parties' candidates.<ref>[https://www.jagranjosh.com/current-affairs/lok-sabha-election-result-2019-fall-of-dynastic-politics-in-india-1558692692-1 Lok Sabha Election result 2019: Fall of dynastic politics in India], Jagran Josh (May 24, 2019)</ref><ref name=it05242019>[https://www.indiatoday.in/elections/lok-sabha-2019/story/election-results-2019-political-dynasts-lose-in-tsunamo-wave-1533699-2019-05-24 Election Results 2019: Tsunamo wave sinks political families in 2019 elections], India Today (May 24, 2019)</ref><ref>[https://www.deccanchronicle.com/lifestyle/viral-and-trending/240519/is-it-game-over-for-dynasty-politics.html Is it game over for dynasty politics?], Deccan Chronicle (May 25, 2019)</ref>
 
The election had been called a referendum on Modi and the BJP's [[Hindutva|Hindu nationalistic]] policies and advocacy.<ref>[https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/may/19/indians-vote-final-stage-gruelling-election-campaign-narendra-modi Indian elections: Modi on track for decisive victory, exit polls suggest], The Guardian (May 23, 2019)</ref><ref>[https://www.npr.org/2019/04/14/709439733/with-indian-elections-underway-the-vote-is-also-a-referendum-on-hindu-nationalis With Indian Elections Underway, The Vote Is Also A Referendum On Hindu Nationalism], NPR (April 14, 2019)</ref> According to ''The Wall Street Journal'', Modi's victory "sets (sic) the stage for further economic change in one of Asia’s fastest-growing economies."<ref name="wsjmay232019a2" /> Alasdair Pal and Mayank Bhardwaj, in an article published by [[Reuters]], claimed that the result was a mandate for business-friendly policies and tougher national security positions, reinforcing "a global trend of right-wing populists sweeping to victory, from the United States to Brazil and Italy, often after adopting harsh positions on protectionism, immigration and defence."<ref>[https://www.reuters.com/article/us-india-election/indias-modi-stuns-opposition-with-huge-election-win-idUSKCN1SS2YR India's Modi stuns opposition with huge election win], Alasdair Pal and Mayank Bhardwaj, Reuters (May 23, 2019)</ref>
 
According to a data analysis by the ''[[Mint (newspaper)|Mint]]'', "Overall, the BJP’s appeal seems to transcend the divides of caste, education, and affluence, but there are some differences — with the BJP less successful in more educated constituencies" in a study of about 140 seats where Congress and Others were more successful. The BJP was favored in all income groups, states the ''Mint''. The newspaper added, "In constituencies with high presence of scheduled castes and scheduled tribes (SCs/STs), the BJP is more popular than other parties, but in constituencies with high presence of Muslims, it is less popular."<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.livemint.com/elections/lok-sabha-elections/ten-charts-that-explain-the-2019-lok-sabha-verdict-1558636775444.html|title=Ten charts that explain the 2019 Lok Sabha verdict|date=May 24, 2019|website=Livemint.com}}</ref>
 
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|+Results<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.oneindia.com/lok-sabha-election-2019/|title=Lok Sabha Election 2019|last=|first=|date=|website=Oneindia.com|language=en|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=4 June 2019}}</ref><ref name=":02" />
! class="unsortable"colspan=3| Alliance
! class="unsortable"|Party
! Vote share
! colspan="2" | Seats won
! colspan="2" | Swing
|-
| rowspan="1112" bgcolor="orange{{National Democratic Alliance (India)/meta/color}}" |
| rowspan="1112" bgcolor="white" |
| rowspan="1112" align="left" |[[National Democratic Alliance (India)|National Democratic Alliance]]<ref name=animay242019"indiatoday-alliance" />
| [[Bharatiya Janata Party]]
| [[భారతీయ జనతా పార్టీ]]
|37.36%
|
|
|
|303
| rowspan="1112" |352353
|21 {{increase}} 21
| rowspan="1112" |{{increase}} '''1617''' {{increase}}
|-
|[[Shiv Sena]]
|శివసేన
|2.1%
|
|
|
|18
|{{Nochange}}
|-
|[[Janata Dal (United)]]
|ఐక్య జనతా దళము
|1.46%
|
|
|
|16
|14 {{increase}} 14
|-
|[[Lok Jan Shakti Party]]
|లోక్ జనశక్తి పార్టీ
|0.52%
|
|
|
|6
|{{Nochange}}
|-
|[[Apna Dal (Sonelal)]]
|అప్నా దళము (సోనేలాల్)
|0.17%
|
|
|
|2
|{{Nochange}}
|-
|[[Shiromani Akali Dal]]
|శిరోమణి అకాలీ దళము
|0.62%
|
|
|
|2
|2 {{decrease}} 2
|-
|[[All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam]]
|అఖిల భారత అణ్ణా ద్రావిడ మున్నేట్ర కళగము
|1.28%
|
|
|
|1
|36 {{decrease}} 36
|-
|[[All Jharkhand Students Union]]
|అఖిల ఝార్ఖండ్ విద్యార్థి సంఘము
|0.11%
|
|
|
|1
|1 {{increase}} 1
|-
|[[Mizo National Front]]
|జాతీయ ప్రజాస్వామ్య ప్రగతిశీల పక్షము (నేషనల్ దెమోక్రెటిక్ ప్రోగ్రెసివ్ పార్టీ
|0.04%
|
|
|
|1
|1 {{increase}} 1
|-
|[[Rashtriya Loktantrik Party]]
|
|
|
|1
|1 {{increase}}
|-
|[[National People's Party (India)|National People's Party]]
|0.07%
|
|
|
|1
|{{Nochange}}
|-
|[[Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party]]
| rowspan="10" bgcolor="#00BFFF" |
|0.08%
|1
|{{increase}} 1
|-
|[[Rashtriya Loktantrik Party]]
|0.11%
|1
|{{increase}} 1
|-
| rowspan="10" bgcolor="{{United Progressive Alliance/meta/color}}" |
| rowspan="10" bgcolor="white" |
| rowspan="10" align="left" |[[United Progressive Alliance]]<ref name="animay242019indiatoday-alliance" />
|[[Indian National Congress]]
|19.49%
|
|
|
|52
| rowspan="10" |91
|8 {{increase}} 8
| rowspan="10" |{{increase}} '''31''' {{increase}}
|-
|[[Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam]]
|2.26%
|
|
|
|23
|23 {{increase}} 23
|-
|[[Nationalist Congress Party]]{{efnNoteTag|Contested the seat of [[Lakshadweep (Lok Sabha constituency)|Lakshadweep]] without pre-poll seat sharing}}
|1.39%
|
|
|
|5
|1 {{decrease}} 1
|-
|[[Indian Union Muslim League]]
|0.26%
|
|
|
|3
|1 {{increase}} 1
|-
|[[Jammu & Kashmir National Conference]]
|0.05%
|
|
|
|3
|3 {{increase}} 3
|-
|[[Janata Dal (Secular)]]
|0.56%
|
|
|
|1
|1 {{decrease}} 1
|-
|[[Jharkhand Mukti Morcha]]
|0.31%
|
|
|
|1
|1 {{decrease}} 1
|-
|[[Kerala Congress (M)]]
|0.07%
|
|
|
|1
|{{Nochange}}
|-
|[[Revolutionary Socialist Party (India)|Revolutionary Socialist Party]]
|0.12%
|
|
|
|1
|{{Nochange}}
|-
|[[Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi]]
|0.08%
|
|
|
|1
|1 {{increase}} 1
|-
| rowspan="5" bgcolor="gray" |
| rowspan="5" bgcolor="#008000" |
| rowspan="5" align="left" |[[Federal Front]]
|[[All India Trinamool Congress]]
|
|
|
|22
| rowspan="16" |99
|12 {{decrease}}
| rowspan="16" |'''48''' {{decrease}}
|-
|[[Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party]]
|
|
|
|22
|13 {{increase}}
|-
|[[Telangana Rashtra Samithi]]
|
|
|
|9
|2 {{decrease}}
|-
|[[Biju Janata Dal]]
|
|
|
|12
|8 {{decrease}}
|-
|[[All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen]]
|
|
|
|2
|1 {{increase}}
|-
| rowspan="2" bgcolor="gray" |
| rowspan="2" bgcolor="#0000FF" |
| rowspan="2" align="left" |[[Mahagathbandhan]]
|[[Bahujan Samaj Party]]
|3.63%
|
|
|
|10
| rowspan="15" |98
|10 {{increase}}
|{{increase}} 10
| rowspan="15" |{{decrease}} '''48'''
|-
|[[Samajwadi Party]]
|2.55%
|
|
|
|5
|{{Nochange}}
|-
| rowspan="2" bgcolor="gray" |
| rowspan="2" bgcolor="#FF0000" |
| rowspan="2" align="left" |[[Left Front]]
|[[Communist Party of India (Marxist)]]
|1.75%
|
|
|
|3
|6 {{decrease}} 6
|-
|[[Communist Party of India]]
|0.58%
|
|
|
|2
|1 {{increase}} 1
|-
| rowspan="11" bgcolor="gray" |
| rowspan="11" bgcolor="#C0C0C0" |
| rowspan="11" align="left" |Non-aligned parties
|[[All India Trinamool Congress]]
|4.07%
|22
|{{decrease}} 14
|-
|[[Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party]]
|2.53%
|22
|{{increase}} 13
|-
|[[Biju Janata Dal]]
|1.66%
|12
|{{decrease}} 8
|-
|[[Telangana Rashtra Samithi]]
|1.26%
|9
|{{decrease}} 2
|-
| rowspan="7" bgcolor="gray" |
| rowspan="7" bgcolor="#C0C0C0" |
| rowspan="7" align="left" |Non-aligned Parties
|[[Telugu Desam Party]]
|2.04%
|
|
|
|3
|13 {{decrease}} 13
|-
|[[All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen]]
|0.2%
|2
|{{increase}} 1
|-
|[[Aam Aadmi Party]]
|0.44%
|
|
|
|1
|3 {{decrease}} 3
|-
|[[All India United Democratic Front]]
|0.23%
|
|
|
|1
|2 {{decrease}} 2
|-
|[[Mizo National Front]]
|
|
|
|1
|1 {{increase}}
|-
|[[Naga People's Front]]
|0.06%
|
|
|
|1
|{{Nochange}}
|-
|[[Sikkim Krantikari Morcha]]
|0.03%
|
|
|
|1
|1 {{increase}} 1
|-
|[[Independent politician|Independent]]
|2.54%
|
|
|
|4
|{{increase}} 1
|
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!పక్షము !! నెగ్గిన స్థానాలు
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|భారత జాతీయ కాంగ్రెస్|| align="center" |52
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|ద్రావిడ మున్నేట్ర కళగం|| align="center" |23
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| అఖిల భారత తృణమూల్ కాంగ్రెస్ || align="center" |22
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|యువజన శ్రామిక రైతు కాంగ్రెస్|| align="center" |22
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| మరుమలార్చి ద్రవిడ మున్నేట్ర కజగం || align="center" |7
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| లోక్ జనశక్తి పార్టీ || align="center" |7
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| రాష్ట్రీయ లోక్ సమతా పార్టీ || align="center" |3
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| అప్నా దళ్ || align="center" |2
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| హర్యానా జనహిత్ కాంగ్రెస్ || align="center" |2
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| స్వాభిమాని పక్ష || align="center" |2
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| ఇందియాఅ జననాయక కచ్చి || align="center" |1
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| కొంగునాడు మక్కళ్ దేశీయ కచ్చి || align="center" |1
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| ఆల్ ఇండియా ఎన్.ఆర్. కాంగ్రెస్ || align="center" |1
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| రిపబ్లికన్ పార్టీ ఆఫ్ ఇండియా (అథవలే) || align="center" |1
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| రివల్యూషనరీ సోషలిస్ట్ పార్టీ (బోల్షెవిక్) || align="center" |1
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| కేరళ కాంగ్రెస్ (నేషనలిస్ట్) || align="center" |1
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| నేషనల్ పీపుల్స్ పార్టీ (ఇండియా) || align="center" |1
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| నాగా పీపుల్స్ ఫ్రంట్ || align="center" |1
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| మిజో నేషనల్ ఫ్రంట్ || align="center" |1
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! నేషనల్ డెమోక్రాటిక్ అలయన్స్ !! 542
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