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« Reply #400 on: November 20, 2011, 05:20:41 pm »
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What are the current national results?
http://www.generales2011.mir.es/99CG/DCG99999TO_L1.htm
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« Reply #401 on: November 20, 2011, 05:22:58 pm »
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Found it.
PP 186 (majority)
PSOE 110
CIU 16
IE 11
AMAIUR 7
UPyD 5
PNV 5
ESQUERRA 3
BNG 2
CC 2
COMPROMI S-Q 1
FAC 1
GBAI 1

ad in the Senate
PP 134 (majority)
PSOE 50
CIU 9
PSC (et al) 7
PNV 4
AMAIUR 3
CC 1
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« Reply #402 on: November 20, 2011, 05:25:07 pm »
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Two more and then I'll go to bed.

Castellón
PP 52.9 (+3.9)
PSOE 29.5 (-14.7)
which hilariously doesn't change the 3-2 seat distribution.

IU 5.3, UPyD 4.0, Compromis 4.0

which would actually result in the same seat distribution under Largest Remainder.

Palencia

PP 55.2 (+5.5)
PSOE 31.3 (-12.3)

Again, unchanged seat distribution as it's one of those interior threeseaters. IU 5.9, UPyD 4.4.
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« Reply #403 on: November 20, 2011, 05:27:42 pm »
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Found it.
PP 186 (majority)
PSOE 110
CIU 16
IE 11
AMAIUR 7
UPyD 5
PNV 5
ESQUERRA 3
BNG 2
CC 2
COMPROMI S-Q 1
FAC 1
GBAI 1

ad in the Senate
PP 134 (majority)
PSOE 50
CIU 9
PSC (et al) 7
PNV 4
AMAIUR 3
CC 1
*weeps*
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« Reply #404 on: November 20, 2011, 05:27:54 pm »

El Mundo's editor is ridiculous. GAAAH TEH SEPRATISTS TOOK TEH SEATS TEH ETA!!!!1 NATIONAL UNITY!!111
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« Reply #405 on: November 20, 2011, 05:34:53 pm »
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What are the current national results?


havn't read the page 26 of the thread ? :/
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« Reply #406 on: November 20, 2011, 05:37:53 pm »

Euskadi, full results

AMAIUR   284.528   24,12%   6                  
EAJ-PNV   323.517   27,42%   5
PSE-EE (PSOE)   254.105   21,54%   4
PP   210.000   17,80%   3   

Wonderful!
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« Reply #407 on: November 20, 2011, 05:48:55 pm »
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Found it.
PP 186 (majority)
PSOE 110
CIU 16
IE 11
AMAIUR 7
UPyD 5
PNV 5
ESQUERRA 3
BNG 2
CC 2
COMPROMI S-Q 1
FAC 1
GBAI 1

ad in the Senate
PP 134 (majority)
PSOE 50
CIU 9
PSC (et al) 7
PNV 4
AMAIUR 3
CC 1

In english

186 - Conservativ - PP
110 - Socialist - PSOE
16 - Catalonian Centre - CIU
11 - Leftists - IE/IU
7 - Basque Left - AMAIUR
5 - Liberal Left - UPyD
5 - Basque Right - PNV
3 - Catalonian Left - ESQUERRA
2 - Galacian - BNG
2 - Canarian - CC
1 - Asturian - FAC
2 - Huh??

The PSC seems to be a Catalonian alliance

I can't make heads or tails of GBAI or the S-Q party
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« Reply #408 on: November 20, 2011, 05:51:32 pm »
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Gracias a Dios (that's "Thank God" in Spanish) for Teddy's translation.
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« Reply #409 on: November 20, 2011, 05:55:05 pm »

Gracias a Dios (that's "Thank God" in Spanish) for Teddy's translation.

I especially look forward to the reaction of Our Man in Ottawa.
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« Reply #410 on: November 20, 2011, 05:57:58 pm »
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Another dead-in-the-water moment for the European left. Bring on France and Germany!
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« Reply #411 on: November 20, 2011, 06:20:41 pm »
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I just returned from the PNV's headquarters!! Our results were good-at least from my point of view. We won in Euskadi and gained votes, yet we lost one seat (the one from Gipuzkoa, which has been very close) Fortunately, it seems that Geroa Bai will keep its seat.

Found it.
PP 186 (majority)
PSOE 110
CIU 16
IE 11
AMAIUR 7
UPyD 5
PNV 5
ESQUERRA 3
BNG 2
CC 2
COMPROMI S-Q 1
FAC 1
GBAI 1

ad in the Senate
PP 134 (majority)
PSOE 50
CIU 9
PSC (et al) 7
PNV 4
AMAIUR 3
CC 1

In english

186 - Conservativ - PP
110 - Socialist - PSOE
16 - Catalonian Centre - CIU
11 - Leftists - IE/IU
7 - Basque Left - AMAIUR
5 - Liberal Left - UPyD
5 - Basque Right - PNV
3 - Catalonian Left - ESQUERRA
2 - Galacian - BNG
2 - Canarian - CC
1 - Asturian - FAC
2 - Huh??

The PSC seems to be a Catalonian alliance

I can't make heads or tails of GBAI or the S-Q party


Defining the PNV as "Right" is very misleading, even more when you label CiU as being "centrist". The PNV has a very wide electorate and politically is pretty much centrist, with its social-democratic and conservative wings. It's a socially moderate-to-liberal and fiscally moderate party. In fact, it's more liberal the CiU (Unió, the smallest party of the coalition, is a very conservative group)

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« Reply #412 on: November 20, 2011, 06:30:03 pm »
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Found it.
PP 186 (majority)
PSOE 110
CIU 16
IE 11
AMAIUR 7
UPyD 5
PNV 5
ESQUERRA 3
BNG 2
CC 2
COMPROMI S-Q 1
FAC 1
GBAI 1

ad in the Senate
PP 134 (majority)
PSOE 50
CIU 9
PSC (et al) 7
PNV 4
AMAIUR 3
CC 1

In english

186 - Conservativ - PP
110 - Socialist - PSOE
16 - Catalonian Centre - CIU
11 - Leftists - IE/IU
7 - Basque Left - AMAIUR
5 - Liberal Left - UPyD
5 - Basque Right - PNV
3 - Catalonian Left - ESQUERRA
2 - Galacian - BNG
2 - Canarian - CC
1 - Asturian - FAC
2 - Huh??

The PSC seems to be a Catalonian alliance

I can't make heads or tails of GBAI or the S-Q party


The GBAI is basically the PNV (basque "right") here in Navarra. The PSC is the PSOE branch in Cataluña. The BNG is a Galician nationalist left-wing party. CC is more center-right, but hard to classify ideologically. Not as nationalistic as the others. FAC is the personal project of the conservative Francisco Alvarez Cascos, so the Asturian right. That "S-Q party" is actually a coalition between the Coalició Compromís, the Valencian nationalist left, and Equo, a watermelon party.
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« Reply #413 on: November 20, 2011, 06:36:11 pm »
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havn't read the page 26 of the thread ? :/
No, because I don't know how far back I'd have to go to find it. Page 26? 16? The national results should ideally appear every 2 pages. I did check page 27, which is how I found the link.
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« Reply #414 on: November 20, 2011, 06:55:34 pm »
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I can see that Julio predictions for Madrid failed, PSOE ended being smashed. UPyD got enough votes from soft-right (Vargas Llosa endorsed it).  I'm surprised that Revilla is failing to get his seat in Cantabria. Cascos failed to make major inroads, as PP is winning Asturias and FAC has a small margin over IU.

Rajoy still did worse than Aguirre in Madrid though.

The Cantabrian PP did a great job tying Revilla to Zapatero. It was a superb result for Diego, first time a party wins 4 seats.

UPyD got some support from the not so soft right too. For example, Jiménez Losantos said he'd vote for them and I know a few persons who generally vote UPN/PP who did the same, including my very conservative boyfriend. I think Diez benefited primarily from the PSOE implosion but to a smaller extent from the certainty of the PP majority.

I didn't want to vote for Rajoy unless absolutely necessary, but I can't stand Diez and the UPyD, so I ended up not voting for the Congress and voted DNE for the Senate as a protest vote. People like me could have delivered GBAI that escaño at the expenses of the UPN. As Rick Perry would say... ooops. They should have nominated Aguirre.
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« Reply #415 on: November 20, 2011, 07:03:13 pm »
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I can see that Julio predictions for Madrid failed, PSOE ended being smashed. UPyD got enough votes from soft-right (Vargas Llosa endorsed it).  I'm surprised that Revilla is failing to get his seat in Cantabria. Cascos failed to make major inroads, as PP is winning Asturias and FAC has a small margin over IU.

Rajoy still did worse than Aguirre in Madrid though.

The Cantabrian PP did a great job tying Revilla to Zapatero. It was a superb result for Diego, first time a party wins 4 seats.

UPyD got some support from the not so soft right too. For example, Jiménez Losantos said he'd vote for them and I know a few persons who generally vote UPN/PP who did the same, including my very conservative boyfriend. I think Diez benefited primarily from the PSOE implosion but to a smaller extent from the certainty of the PP majority.

I didn't want to vote for Rajoy unless absolutely necessary, but I can't stand Diez and the UPyD, so I ended up not voting for the Congress and voted DNE for the Senate as a protest vote. People like me could have delivered GBAI that escaño at the expenses of the UPN. As Rick Perry would say... ooops. They should have nominated Aguirre.

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« Reply #417 on: November 20, 2011, 07:13:43 pm »

Whoa, pretty sweet to have Uxue Barkos keep her seat!
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« Reply #418 on: November 20, 2011, 07:16:53 pm »
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Scoopa looks the likely FAC voter...Epic fail...
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« Reply #419 on: November 20, 2011, 07:32:57 pm »
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Scoopa looks the likely FAC voter...Epic fail...

FAC is a local Asturian party, it's not in the ballot in the rest of Spain. If I were an Asturian, I'd probably vote for the FAC as long as PP's victory wasn't in risk, but not because I particularly like Álvarez-Cascos, even though I reckon my dislike for Rajoy is larger - it'd be more of a protest vote. Why do you think I'm the likely FAC voter? I'm not even sure there's a likely FAC voter and you certainly wouldn't find one outside of Asturias and Álvarez-Cascos circle of friends.

What was an epic fail? The FAC's result? Meh. The FAC was just a tool for Álvarez-Cascos to wage his private war against the Asturian PP and to make himself the President of the Principado de Asturias. I wouldn't read too much in his national elections results.
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« Reply #420 on: November 20, 2011, 08:06:17 pm »
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Beautiful results. The wave of azul is just breathtaking.
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« Reply #421 on: November 20, 2011, 08:11:26 pm »
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Beautiful results. The wave of azul is just breathtaking.

Agreed but it would have been so much more satisfying if the victory was against Zapatero.
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« Reply #422 on: November 20, 2011, 08:14:39 pm »
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I'm just happy whenever Socialists lose
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« Reply #423 on: November 20, 2011, 08:16:17 pm »
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Another dead-in-the-water moment for the European left. Bring on France and Germany!
Let's not forget Italy as well.  Smiley
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« Reply #424 on: November 20, 2011, 08:19:12 pm »
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Another dead-in-the-water moment for the European left. Bring on France and Germany!
Let's not forget Italy as well.  Smiley

With a very unpopular Berlusconi officially out of power, don't bet against the Italian Left screwing up again.
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