2014 elections in Western Cape

The results of the 2014 national elections in the Western Cape were the following:

PARTY 2014 RESULTS PTS CHANGE FROM 2009

  • DA 57.26% 8.48%
  •  ANC 34.00% 1.14%
  •  EFF 2.32% 
  •  ACDP 1.17% -0.45%
  •  VF Plus 1.07% 0.21%
  •  COPE 0.64% -8.42%

      We can see that the DA won again the elections reforcing is victory of 48,78% in 2009 to 57,26% in 2014. The ANC increased marginally it’s result but to difference to the DA is now much bigger than it was in 2009. The EFF get a small result here which isn’t surprising and the VF Plus had a positive change of 0,21% which is pretty good in a region in which most of the Boer-Afrikaners don’t have the same problems that Boer-Afrikaners have in other regions of the country. The COPE had a great decrease in his votes because don’t fulfill the hopes of it’s 2009 voters.

The results of the 2014 provincial elections in Cape Town (Kaapstad) were the following:

PARTY 2014 RESULTS PTS CHANGE FROM 2009

  •  DA 59.31% 8.39%
  •  ANC 32.41% -0.35%
  •  EFF 2.72%  – – – 
  •  ACDP 1.26% -0.48%
  •  VF Plus 0.65% 0.10%

In a similar way that happen in the rest of the province the DA won again the elections in Cape Town increasing the result of 50,92% to 59,31%. The ANC result was almost the same as it was in 2009. The EFF get a small result in it’s first elections in Cape Town which is normal because Cape Town is a city with a majority of coloured people and the poverty rates are lower than in other parts of the country. The VF Plus increased is result by 0,1% but is a small result that happens because of the lower crime rates that Cape Town has comparing to other parts of country.

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