2014 Indian general election in Andhra Pradesh

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Indian general election in Andhra Pradesh, 2014

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42 seats
Turnout74.64% (Increase1.94%)
  First party Second party Third party
  N. Chandrababu Naidu.jpg K chandrashekar rao.jpg File:Jagan1.jpg
Leader Chandrababu Naidu K. Chandrasekhar Rao Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy
Party TDP TRS YSRCP
Alliance NDA Third Front
Last election 6 2 2
Seats won 16 11 9
Seat change Increase 10 Increase 9 Increase 7

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Shri G. Kishan Reddy, in New Delhi on August 09, 2019.jpg Asaduddin.jpg
Leader G Kishan Reddy Asaduddin Owaisi Raghu Veera Reddy
Party BJP AIMIM INC
Alliance NDA UPA
Last election 0 1 31
Seats won 3 1 2
Seat change Increase 3 Decrease 29

AdilabadPeddapalleKarimnagarNizamabadZahirabadMedakMalkajgiriSecunderabadHyderabadChevellaMahbubnagarNagarkurnoolNalgondaBhongirWarangalMahabubabadKhammamArukuSrikakulamVizianagaramVisakhapatnamAnakapalliKakinadaAmalapuramRajahmundryNarasapurEluruMachilipatnamVijayawadaGunturNarasaraopetBapatlaOngoleNandyalKurnoolAnantapurHindupurKadapaNelloreTirupatiRajampetChittoorLok Sabha constituencies of Andhra Pradesh (1956-2014).png
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Andhra Pradesh loksabha constituents

The 2014 general election was the last election that a united Andhra Pradesh took part in, as the state was bifurcated into Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states less than a month after the polls. In Andhra Pradesh there are 25 Lok sabha constituencies and were scheduled to go for voting on 7 May 2014 and results are announced on 16 May 2014,[1] and the new state of Telangana was carved out from Andhra Pradesh on 2 June 2014.

Polling

Elections were held in 2 phases i.e. 7th and 8th phases of General election 2014 on 30 April, and 7 May 2014.

Phase 1

Polling passed off peacefully with more than 72 percent of more than 28.1  a million voters exercising their franchise in the 10 districts in the region. Chief Electoral Officer Bhanwarlal said the polling could touch 75 percent. In 2009, the percentage was 67.71 in the region[2]

Phase 2

Chief Electoral Officer Bhanwar Lal said around 76.80 percent of the 36.8  a million voters exercised their franchise across 175 Assembly and 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in the region and the voting percentage is likely to touch 80. The highest turnout of 82.97 percent was recorded in Guntur district and the lowest of 70 percent in Visakhapatnam district.[3]

Voting and results

Results by party wise

e • d 
Party Seats +/− Votes % +/−
INC 2
TDP 16
YSRCP 9
TRS 11
BJP 3
AIMIM 1
LSP 0
CPI 0
CPI (M) 0
AAP 0
Source:[citation needed]

List of Elected MPs

No. Constituency Turnout Member of Parliament[4] Political Party Margin
1. Adilabad 76.15 Decrease Godam Nagesh TRS 1,71,290
2. Peddapalle 71.93 Increase Balka Suman TRS 2,91,158
3. Karimnagar 72.69 Increase Vinod Kumar Boinapally TRS 2,05,077
4. Nizamabad 69.11 Increase Kavitha TRS 1,67,184
5. Zahirabad 76.09 Increase B B Patil TRS 1,44,631
6. Medak 77.70 Increase K Chandrasekhar Rao TRS 3,97,029
7. Malkajgiri 51.05 Decrease Malla Reddy TDP 28,371
8. Secunderabad 53.06 Decrease Bandaru Dattatreya BJP 2,54,735
9. Hyderabad 53.30 Increase Asaduddin Owaisi AIMIM 2,02,454
10. Chevella 60.51 Decrease Konda Vishweshwar Reddy TRS 73,023
11. Mahbubnagar 71.58 Increase AP Jithender Reddy TRS 2,590
12. Nagarkurnool 75.55 Increase Yellaiah Nandi INC 16,676
13. Nalgonda 79.75 Increase Gutha Sukendar Reddy INC 1,93,156
14. Bhongir 81.27 Increase Dr. Boora Narsaiah Goud TRS 30,494
15. Warangal 76.52 Increase Kadiyam Srihari TRS 3,92,574
16. Mahabubabad 81.21 Increase Azmeera Seetaram Naik TRS 34,992
17. Khammam 82.55 Increase Ponguleti Srinivasa Reddy YSRCP 11,974
18. Araku 71.82 Increase Kothapalli Geetha YSRCP 91,398
19. Srikakulam 74.60 Decrease Kinjarapu Rammohan Naidu TDP 1,27,572
20. Vizianagaram 80.19 Increase Pusapati Ashok Gajapati Raju TDP 1,06,911
21. Visakhapatnam 67.53 Decrease Kambhapati Hari Babu BJP 90,488
22. Anakapalli 82.01 Increase Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao (Avanthi) TDP 47,932
23. Kakinada 77.68 Increase Thota Narasimham TDP 3,431
24. Amalapuram 82.63 Increase Dr. Pandula Ravindra Babu TDP 1,20,576
25. Rajahmundry 81.38 Increase Murali Mohan Maganti TDP 1,67,434
26. Narsapuram 82.19 Decrease Gokaraju Ganga Raju BJP 85,351
27. Eluru 84.27 Decrease Maganti Venkateswara Rao (Babu) TDP 1,01,926
28. Machilipatnam 83.48 Decrease Konakalla Narayana Rao TDP 81,057
29. Vijayawada 76.64 Decrease Kesineni Srinivas (Nani) TDP 74,862
30. Guntur 79.31 Increase Jayadev Galla TDP 69,111
31. Narasaraopet 84.68 Increase Rayapati Sambasiva Rao TDP 35,280
32. Bapatla 85.16 Increase Malyadri Sriram TDP 32,754
33. Ongole 82.23 Increase Y V Subba Reddy YSRCP 15,658
34. Nandyal 76.71 Increase S P Y Reddy YSRCP 1,05,766
35. Kurnool 72.08 Increase Butta Renuka YSRCP 44,131
36. Anantapur 78.87 Increase J C Divakar Reddi TDP 61,269
37. Hindupur 81.53 Increase Kristappa Nimmala TDP 97,325
38. Kadapa 77.47 Increase Y S Avinash Reddy YSRCP 1,90,323
39. Nellore 74.02 Increase Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy YSRCP 13,478
40. Tirupati 77.14 Increase Varaprasad Rao Velagapalli YSRCP 37,425
41. Rajampet 78.05 Increase P V Midhun Reddy YSRCP 1,74,762
42. Chittoor 82.59 Increase Naramalli Sivaprasad TDP 44,138

Opinion polls

Conducted in Month(s) Ref Polling Organisation/Agency Sample size
INC BJP TDP YSR Congress TRSAIMIM
Aug–Oct 2013 [5] Times Now-India TV-CVoter 24,284 7 8 13 13
Dec 2013 – Jan 2014 [6] India Today-CVoter 21,792 7 8 13 13
Jan–Feb 2014 [7] Times Now-India TV-CVoter 14,000 6 2 10 13 10
March 2014 [8] NDTV- Hansa Research[9] 46,571 6 9 15 11
March–April 2014 [10] CNN-IBN-Lokniti-CSDS 1308 4–8 13–19 9–15 4–8
April 2014 [11] NDTV- Hansa Research[12] 24,000 6 18 9 8
4–12 April 2014 [13] India Today-Cicero 1358 4–6 17–21 7–11 6–10

References

  1. Schedule set for Lok Sabha poll battle. The Hindu.
  2. Telangana witnesses high voter turnout. The Hindu.
  3. High voter turnout in Seemandhra. The Hindu.
  4. "GENERAL ELECTION TO LOK SABHA TRENDS & RESULT 2014 -AP". Archived from the original on 27 May 2014. Retrieved 27 May 2014.
  5. "Congress 102, BJP 162; UPA 117, NDA 186: C-Voter Poll". Outlook. Archived from the original on 16 October 2013. Retrieved 17 October 2013.
  6. "NDA may win over 200 seats as Modi's popularity soars further: India Today Mood of the Nation opinion poll : North, News – India Today". India Today. Retrieved 23 January 2013.
  7. "India TV-C Voter projection: Big gains for BJP in UP, Bihar; NDA may be 45 short of magic mark". Indiatv. Retrieved 13 February 2013.
  8. "The Final Word – India's biggest opinion poll". NDTV. 14 March 2014. Retrieved 14 March 2014.
  9. The poll was conducted separately for Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. 1 seat was given to others in Telangana. Moreover, BJP and TDP were taken to be a coalition
  10. "Andhra poll tracker: TDP to get 18–20 seats, YSRCP 1–2, Congress 3–4". CNN-IBN. 1 April 2014. Archived from the original on 4 April 2014. Retrieved 2 April 2014.
  11. "The Final Word – India's biggest opinion poll". NDTV. 14 April 2014. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  12. The poll was conducted separately for Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
  13. "Modi powered BJP breaches southern fortress". India Today. 20 April 2014. Retrieved 20 April 2014.