General (Lok Sabha) Election Results Comparison - 2014 vs 2019

General Election Results 2019
General Election Results 2014

Party wise General Election Results

AlliancePartyWon Seats
NDABharatiya Janata Party304
UPAIndian National Congress52
OthersDravida Munnetra Kazhagam23
OthersAll India Trinamool Congress22
OthersYuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party22
NDAJanata Dal (United)16
OthersBiju Janata Dal12
Third FrontBahujan Samaj Party10
OthersTelangana Rashtra Samithi9
NDALok Jan Shakti Party6
Third FrontSamajwadi Party5
Left FrontNationalist Congress Party5
OthersJammu & Kashmir National Conference3
UPAIndian Union Muslim League3
Left FrontCommunist Party Of India (Marxist)3
OthersTelugu Desam3
OthersAll India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen2
NDAShiromani Akali Dal2
Left FrontCommunist Party Of India2
UPAApna Dal2
OthersAam Aadmi Party1
UPAKerala Congress (M)1
OthersNationalist Democratic Progressive Party1
NDAAll India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam1
OthersAll India United Democratic Front1
OthersMizo National Front1
UPAJanata Dal (Secular)1
NDANational Peoples Party1
OthersViduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi1
OthersJharkhand Mukti Morcha1
OthersNaga Peoples Front1
OthersSikkim Krantikari Morcha1
Total 542/542

State wise General Election Results

StatesTotal SeatsParty 1SeatsParty 2SeatsParty 3Seats
Andaman & Nicobar Islands1Indian National Congress1--------
Andhra Pradesh25Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party22Telugu Desam3----
Arunachal Pradesh2Bharatiya Janata Party2--------
Assam14Bharatiya Janata Party9Indian National Congress3All India United Democratic Front1
Bihar40Bharatiya Janata Party17Janata Dal (United)16Lok Jan Shakti Party6
Chandigarh1Bharatiya Janata Party1--------
Chhattisgarh11Bharatiya Janata Party9Indian National Congress2----
Dadra & Nagar Haveli1Independent1--------
Daman & Diu1Bharatiya Janata Party1--------
Goa2Indian National Congress1Bharatiya Janata Party1----
Gujarat26Bharatiya Janata Party26--------
Haryana10Bharatiya Janata Party10--------
Himachal Pradesh4Bharatiya Janata Party4--------
Jammu & Kashmir6Jammu & Kashmir National Conference3Bharatiya Janata Party3----
Jharkhand14Bharatiya Janata Party11Others1Jharkhand Mukti Morcha1
Karnataka28Bharatiya Janata Party25Indian National Congress1Janata Dal (Secular)1
Kerala20Indian National Congress15Indian Union Muslim League2Communist Party Of India (Marxist)1
Lakshadweep1Nationalist Congress Party1--------
Madhya Pradesh29Bharatiya Janata Party28Indian National Congress1----
Maharashtra48Bharatiya Janata Party23Shivsena18Nationalist Congress Party4
Manipur2Naga Peoples Front1Bharatiya Janata Party1----
Meghalaya2Indian National Congress1National Peoples Party1----
Mizoram1Mizo National Front1--------
Nagaland1Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party1--------
Nct Of Delhi7Bharatiya Janata Party7--------
Odisha21Biju Janata Dal12Bharatiya Janata Party8Indian National Congress1
Puducherry1Indian National Congress1--------
Punjab13Indian National Congress8Shiromani Akali Dal2Bharatiya Janata Party2
Rajasthan25Bharatiya Janata Party25--------
Sikkim1Sikkim Krantikari Morcha1--------
Tamil Nadu39Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam23Indian National Congress8Communist Party Of India (Marxist)2
Telangana17Telangana Rashtra Samithi9Bharatiya Janata Party4Indian National Congress3
Tripura2Bharatiya Janata Party2--------
Uttar Pradesh80Bharatiya Janata Party62Bahujan Samaj Party10Samajwadi Party5
Uttarakhand5Bharatiya Janata Party5--------
West Bengal42All India Trinamool Congress22Bharatiya Janata Party18Indian National Congress2

Party wise General Election Results

AlliancePartyAbbreviationWon Seats
BJP+Bharatiya Janata PartyBJP282
OthersCommunist Party of IndiaCPI1
OthersCommunist Party of India (Marxist)CPM9
INC+Indian National CongressINC44
INC+Nationalist Congress PartyNCP6
OthersAam Aadmi PartyAAP4
OthersAll India Anna Dravida Munnetra KazhagamAIADMK37
BJP+All India N.R. CongressAINRC1
OthersAll India Trinamool CongressAITC34
OthersAll India United Democratic FrontAIUDF3
OthersBiju Janata DalBJD20
OthersIndian National Lok DalINLD2
INC+Indian Union Muslim LeagueIUML2
OthersJammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic PartyPDP3
OthersJanata Dal (Secular)JD(S)2
OthersJanata Dal (United)JD(U)2
INC+Jharkhand Mukti MorchaJMM2
INC+Kerala Congress (M)KEC(M)1
BJP+Lok Jan Shakti PartyLJP6
BJP+Naga Peoples FrontNPF1
BJP+National Peoples PartyNPP1
BJP+Pattali Makkal KatchiPMK1
INC+Rashtriya Janata DalRJD4
OthersRevolutionary Socialist PartyRSP1
OthersSamajwadi PartySP5
BJP+Shiromani Akali DalSAD4
OthersSikkim Democratic FrontSDF1
OthersTelangana Rashtra SamithiTRS11
BJP+Telugu DesamTDP16
OthersAll India Majlis-E-Ittehadul MuslimeenAIMIM1
BJP+Apna DalAD2
BJP+Rashtriya Lok Samta PartyRLSP3
BJP+Swabhimani PakshaSWP1
OthersYuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress PartyYSRC9
 Total 543

State wise General Election Results

StatesTotal SeatsParty 1SeatsParty 2Seats
Andhra Pradesh42TDP+19TRS11
Andaman and Nicobar1BJP1  
Arunachal Pradesh2BJP1INC1
Asom (Assam)14BJP7INC+3
Dadra and Nagar Haveli1BJP1  
Daman and Diu1BJP1  
Himachal Pradesh4BJP4  
Jammu and Kashmir6JKPDP3BJP3
Madhya Pradesh29BJP27INC2
Tamil Nadu39AIADMK37BJP+2
Uttar Pradesh80BJP+73SP5
Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal)5BJP5  
West Bengal42TMC34INC4

Analysis of India 2014 General Election Results

The 2014 general elections in India were instrumental in handing the BJP its biggest-ever electoral victory in the country. Of the 543 Lok Sabha seats for which the elections were held, BJP managed to secure 282 seats of its own. This hadn't happened in the last 30 years, which was a clear sign of how decisive the mandate in 2014 was. The BJP's jubilation was only equalled by the Congress's disappointment, as it failed to reach even 50 seats on its own. The UPA was reduced to 60+ seats in total, with almost all its allies routed in their respective states.

A close analysis of the results presented some interesting patterns:

Uttar Pradesh conquered: Narendra Modi's right-hand man Amit Shah delivered the desired result in UP, and exceeded the party's expectations. Shah's industrious campaigning and shrewd caste calculations swung the entire state in BJP's favour, as the party managed to win 73 of the 80 seats. Amit Shah was also instrumental in discovering and aligning with strategic allies; one good example was Apna Dal, which nobody had heard of, but which managed to grab two seats in its first-ever election. Also, strong regional parties such as BSP and SP were decimated in the state.

You can check Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha Elections Result Party Wise.

'' BJP juggernaut in Northeast: When Modi was busy outlining the campaigning strategy in the early days, he told the party workers that every state matters. Particular focus was on the Northeast, where Modi conducted quite a few rallies. As a result, BJP was able to win nine seats from this rather isolated region. Given that the party had no foothold in the Northeast, this was nothing short of a miracle.

Here is the Election results state wise in NorthEast India: Sikkim, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Tripura, Nagaland Development plank, not Hindutva: For a party that built its foundation on Hindu pride, BJP deviated from the beaten track in 2014 and instead focused solely on development, job creation, and security. It was able to leverage this in the form of Narendra Modi, who enjoyed an exceptional track record as the Chief Minister of Gujarat. In hindsight, the people of India made it amply clear that they had had enough of religion, family and caste-based politics, and wanted to focus on prosperity.

Here is the Lok Sabha Election Results of Gujarat

Anti-incumbency against Congress: But all the credit may not go to Modi. The Congress also did its best in removing itself from the mind of the voters. Thanks to inept governance, fragmented foreign policy, and spiralling corruption, the party faced overall rejection, and got completely wiped off in Rajasthan, Delhi (0/7), Gujarat (0/26), and Himachal Pradesh (0/4), Its performance was also abysmal in big states like Madhya Pradesh (2/29) and Uttar Pradesh (2/80). In the southern state of Karnataka, despite being a Congress stronghold, Karnataka gave 17 seats to the BJP and only 9 to the Congress.

Check Overall Lok Sabha Election Results State Wise

Highest-ever turnout: The 16th Lok Sabha election witnessed a record turnount in parliamentary elections, that of 66.38%. In itself, the turnout was a clear sign that the people of India were voting for change.

Leadership styles: In 2014, while Modi was seen as a strong leader by the public with administrative experience, Rahul Gandhi came across as a reluctant and ineffective leader with no strong base even within the party. This was evident by the vocal demands of the Congress workers to bring Priyanka Gandhi to the fore. It wouldn't be unfair to say that the Congress sacrificed the 2014 election in trying to project Rahul Gandhi as a larger-than-life leader.

BJP made inroads in J&K: Even the state of Jammu & Kashmir, where the National Conference and Congress maintained an iron grip, was swept clean by the BJP (3) and the PDP (3). The likes of Farooq Abdullah and Ghulam Nabi Azad lost the contest, a clear sign that the public was tired of old leadership, and identity and caste politics.

Get the Information about Jammu & Kashmir Lok Sabha Election Results

New bastions: More importantly, BJP made new inroads into important states that were traditionally thought unassailable. One example is West Bengal, where although the TMC dominated (34/42) as expected, BJP also bagged 2 seats. This was a departure from the past.
Left wiped out: The CPI-M managed only two seats in West Bengal. In Kerala, the party got only 5 of the 20 seats. All in all, this signalled the diminishing of the Left ideology in India, which meant more progressive parties would command popularity in the future. Many rules of general election in India were rewritten in 2014. With a total of 330+ seats, the NDA looked forward to a comfortable tenure of five years. During this period, many path-breaking changes have happened, foremost being the demonetisation in 2016, mass opening of bank accounts under Jan Dhan yojana, and GST introduction. However, it is yet to be seen if the public mood remains in their favour, or swings against them!

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