|Alliance||show Koalisi Indonesia Kerja||show Koalisi Indonesia Adil Makmur|
|Running mate||Ma’ruf Amin||Sandiaga Uno|
How many people voted in the 2012presidential election?
2012 United States presidential election
|Running mate||Joe Biden||Paul Ryan|
|States carried||26 + DC||24|
What was the turnout in 2019 general election?
2019 United Kingdom general election
|← outgoing members elected members →|
|All 650 seats in the House of Commons 326 seats needed for a majority|
|Turnout||67.3% ( 1.5 pp)|
How many enrolled voters are there in Indonesia?
Voter registration and turnout, 1955–1997
|2004, Second Round||155,048,803||75.24|
How often does Indonesia vote?
Voting is not compulsory in Indonesia. Elections are held every five years. In its move to democracy, three national elections have been held in Indonesia (1999, 2004 and 2009). The next national election will be in 2014.
How many votes did Barack Obama get in the 2008 election?
Obama’s total count of 69.5 million votes stood as the largest tally ever won by a presidential candidate until 2020, when this was surpassed by both major party candidates in a high-turnout election.
Who ran against Obama second term?
Obama sought re-election for a second term in 2012, running virtually unopposed in the Democratic primaries. His opponent in the general election was former governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney. Obama won 332 electoral votes, defeating Romney who gained 206.
How many votes did SNP get in 2019?
The Scottish National Party (SNP) received the most votes (45%, up 8.1% from the previous election) and won 48 out of 59 seats — a gain of 13 over those won in 2017, and 81% of the Scottish seats in the House of Commons.
How many votes did the Green Party get 2019?
The New Democratic Party, led by Jagmeet Singh, won 24 seats, its worst result since 2004. The Green Party, led by Elizabeth May, saw its best election results with three seats and for the first time received over one million votes.
Is voter turnout increasing or decreasing?
Globally, voter turnout has increased for many decades, but since the 1980s, there was a decreasing trend in most established democracies In general, low turnout is attributed to disillusionment, indifference, or a sense of futility (the perception that one’s vote won’t make any difference).