A Comparative Analysis of General Election Results of India : 2009 - 2014
This 354+ all coloured pages book is a comparative analysis of India's General Election of 2009 and 2014 with
the help of 205 thematic maps, over 235 graphs and lots of stats. The electoral facts and figures with thematic
maps perhaps have never been available in such a comprehensive manner as presented in this book.
Dr. Prannoy Roy, Executive Chairperson, NDTV Ltd. has pen down the foreword of this book.
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Analysis of State Assembly Election Results
1. Madhya Pradesh 2008-2013
2. Rajasthan 2008-2013
3. Chhattisgarh 2008-2013
4. Delhi 2008-2013
5. Mizoram 2008-2013
6. Andhra Pradesh 2009-2014
7. Arunachal Pradesh 2009-2014
8. Odisha 2009-2014
9. Sikkim 2009-2014
The above books serve as a reference compendium for politicians, policy makers, scholars, psephologists, media
professionals and academia who have interest in election politics of India and its states.
Village / Polling Station (Booth) Level Geospatial Election Analysis
To investigate the mathematics of elections for a particular constituency, either
parliamentary or state legislative assembly, use of aggregate election data along
with demographic data of the area is a necessary requirement.
Datanet India, has introduced GIS as a tool to analysis the electoral and demographic
data at village, town and polling station i.e. booth level. This gives the effective
research inputs for pre-electioneering or post-election analyses. These analysis
reports are perhaps the first of its kind in India,
Past Lively Presented Election Results
Alliance and Party Performance in General Elections 2014 & 2009