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DEC.DG - Electoral Result Archive


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Electoral and Referendum Results Archive
View the results of all general elections and nationwide referendums since Drongonia's independence in 1951.

2016 General Election Results
Winner - National Party of Drongonia

The 2016 General Election was held on November 4th, 2016 to determine the makeup of the next government of Drongonia. The election was run via direct representation, where voters chose their preferred candidate from their local electorate, and the party with the most seats (converted to % share of the vote) forms the government.

Voters: 23,459,100

Results:

Party

Leader

Political Position

Seats won

Vote Percentage

National Party of Drongonia

William English

Centre-right populism, Conservatism

54

45%

Drongonian Labour Party

Ron Jacobs

Centre-left, social progressiveness

50

41.67%

Conservative Party

Todd Emery

Right-wing, Fiscal/Religious Conservatism, anti-immigration, anti-LGBT

8

6.67%

The Drognonian Green Party

Dianne Fitzgerald

Far-left, pro-environment, socialism, pro-LGBT

7

5.83%

Libertarian Movement of Drongonia

Sean Davidson

Libertarianism, pro-small government, personal freedom

1

0.83%

This resulted in a Coalition government being formed between the National and Conservative parties, with the Libertarian Party part of a confidence-and-supply agreement to add an extra seat to any required majorities.

The Government of Drongonia currently holds 63 seats in parliament, a majority of 3;
The Opposition of Drongonia currently holds 57 seats in parliament, a minority of 3.

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2011 General Election Results
Winner - Drongonian Labour Party
The 2011 General Election was held on November 4th, 2011 to determine the makeup of the next government of Drongonia.

The 2011 General Election would become one of controversy, as electoral fraud accusations, and later criminal proceedings, were brought against Conservative Party co-leader Scott Howard, alleging that he had instructed junior members of his party to obtain blank ballot papers so he could fill them out. After much investigation, the Electoral Integrity Act 2015 was passed four years later, and the scheduled 2015 General Election was delayed until 2016 to give time for the Electoral Commission to review the full electoral processes and make recommendations for the government to act on.

The election was run via direct representation, where voters chose their preferred candidate from their local electorate, and the party with the most seats (converted to % share of the vote) forms the government.

Voters: 22,991,878

Results:

Party

Leader

Political Position

Seats won

Vote Percentage

Drongonian Labour Party

Ron Jacobs

Centre-left, social progressiveness

55

45.83%

National Party of Drongonia

William English

Centre-right populism, Conservatism

50

41.67%

Conservative Party

Todd Emery

Right-wing, Fiscal/Religious Conservatism, anti-immigration, anti-LGBT

8

6.67%

The Drognonian Green Party

Dianne Fitzgerald

Far-left, pro-environment, socialism, pro-LGBT

6

5%

Libertarian Movement of Drongonia

Sean Davidson

Libertarianism, pro-small government, personal freedom

1

0.83%

This resulted in a Coalition government being formed between the Labour and Green parties. This election is noted to have been the smallest majority ever in Drongonia's election history, with the government only maintaining a single seat majority.

The Government of Drongonia held 61 seats in parliament, a majority of 1;
The Opposition of Drongonia held 59 seats in parliament, a minority of 1.

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2007 General Election Results
Winner - National Party of Drongonia
The 2007 General Election was held on November 4th, 2007 to determine the makeup of the next government of Drongonia.

The election was run via direct representation, where voters chose their preferred candidate from their local electorate, and the party with the most seats (converted to % share of the vote) forms the government.

Voters: 22,601,451

Results:

Party

Leader

Political Position

Seats won

Vote Percentage

National Party of Drongonia

Colin Turner

Centre-right populism, Conservatism

60

50%

Drongonian Labour Party

Ron Jacobs

Centre-left, social progressiveness

53

44.17%

Conservative Party

Todd Emery

Right-wing, Fiscal/Religious Conservatism, anti-immigration, anti-LGBT

3

2.5%

The Drognonian Green Party

Dianne Fitzgerald

Far-left, pro-environment, socialism, pro-LGBT

2

1.67%

Libertarian Movement of Drongonia

Sean Davidson

Libertarianism, pro-small government, personal freedom

2

1.67%

This resulted in a Coalition government being formed between the National and Conservative parties, with the Libertarian Party part of a confidence-and-supply agreement to add an extra two seats to any required majorities.

The Government of Drongonia held 65 seats in parliament, a majority of 5;
The Opposition of Drongonia held 55 seats in parliament, a minority of 5.

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2003 General Election Results
Winner - National Party of Drongonia
The 2003 General Election was held on November 4th, 2003 to determine the makeup of the next government of Drongonia.

The election was run via direct representation, where voters chose their preferred candidate from their local electorate, and the party with the most seats (converted to % share of the vote) forms the government.

Voters: 21,360,007

Results:

Party

Leader

Political Position

Seats won

Vote Percentage

National Party of Drongonia

John Blackwell

Centre-right populism, Conservatism

61

50.83%

Drongonian Labour Party

Anna Nolan

Centre-left, social progressiveness

54

45%

Libertarian Movement of Drongonia

Sue Martin

Libertarianism, pro-small government, personal freedom

3

2.5%

The Drognonian Green Party

Dianne Fitzgerald

Far-left, pro-environment, socialism, pro-LGBT

1

0.83%

Conservative Party

Todd Emery

Right-wing, Fiscal/Religious Conservatism, anti-immigration, anti-LGBT

1

0.83%

This resulted in a Majority-rule being formed by the National party, with the Libertarian Party signing a confidence-and-supply agreement, to provide their three seats when required to pass legislation in parliament.

The Government of Drongonia held 64 seats in parliament, a majority of 4;
The Opposition of Drongonia held 56 seats in parliament, a minority of 4.

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1999 General Election Results
Winner - National Party of Drongonia
The 1999 General Election was held on November 4th, 1999 to determine the makeup of the next government of Drongonia.

The 1999 General Election was especially notable for being the first election in the nation's history to run via direct representation, rather than the historical First Past the Post system of governance, where vote percentage is directly translated into seats in parliament. FPP was abandoned as the national voting system after a 1997 referendum from the Electoral Commission, operating independently of the Labour government at the time.

The 1999 General Election was also noteworthy for being the first ever example of a potentially hung parliament, with both a Labour-Green-Conservative coalition or a National-Libertarian coalition potentially gaining 60 seats in the house.

One other noteworthy political development was that former National Party leader Todd Emery left the National Party to form his own, more religion-focused Conservative Party. Several senior MPs from the Labour Party of the time also left Labour to form the Green Party.

The election was run via direct representation, where voters chose their preferred candidate from their local electorate, and the party with the most seats (converted to % share of the vote) forms the government.

Voters: 16,757,666

Results:

Party

Leader

Political Position

Seats won

Vote Percentage

National Party of Drongonia

John Blackwell

Centre-right populism, Conservatism

57

47.5%

Drongonian Labour Party

Anna Nolan

Centre-left, social progressiveness

56

46.67%

Libertarian Movement of Drongonia

Sue Martin

Libertarianism, pro-small government, personal freedom

3

2.5%

The Drognonian Green Party

Dianne Fitzgerald

Far-left, pro-environment, socialism, pro-LGBT

3

2.5%

Conservative Party

Todd Emery

Right-wing, Fiscal/Religious Conservatism, anti-immigration, anti-LGBT

1

0.83%

This resulted in a Coalition government being formed between the National, Libertarian and Conservative parties.

The Government of Drongonia held 61 seats in parliament, a majority of 1;
The Opposition of Drongonia held 57 seats in parliament, a minority of 1.

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Pre-1999 General Election Results
Winner - Various (National: 6, Labour: 6)

During this time period, only two parties were present in parliament, and the country used a "First Past the Post" system of election, where the party with the largest share of the vote would govern, and their percentage of votes was directly translated into representation in parliament. These results are condensed into one entry due to the lack of available storage space on the Electoral Comission's ageing server.

Election Results: 1951 - 1995 General Elections

Year

Winner

National Result

Labour Result

Resulting Prime Minister

1995

Labour Party

47.3% Vote Share // 56 Seats

52.7% Vote Share // 64 Seats

Anna Nolan

1991

Labour Party

34.1% Vote Share // 41 Seats

65.9% Vote Share // 79 Seats

Anna Nolan

1987

Labour Party

29.5% Vote Share // 35 Seats

70.5% Vote Share // 85 Seats

Henry Foxton

1983

National Party

67.0% Vote Share // 80 Seats

33.0% Vote Share // 40 Seats

David Jones

1979

National Party

70.9% Vote Share // 85 Seats

29.1% Vote Share // 35 Seats

David Jones

1975

National Party

80.4% Vote Share // 96 Seats

19.6% Vote Share // 24 Seats

David Jones

1971

National Party

86.1% Vote Share // 103 Seats

13.9% Vote Share // 17 Seats

David Jones

1967

Labour Party

41.7% Vote Share // 50 Seats

58.3% Vote Share // 70 Seats

Leon Davies

1963

Labour Party

28.9% Vote Share // 35 Seats

71.1% Vote Share // 85 Seats

Leon Davies

1959

Labour Party

40.1% Vote Share // 48 Seats

59.9% Vote Share // 72 Seats

Leon Davies

1955

National Party

71.6% Vote Share // 86 Seats

28.4% Vote Share // 34 Seats

William English

1951

National Party

90.8% Vote Share // 108 Seats

9.2% Vote Share // 12 Seats

William English

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