Where you can know all the election results and statistics? Those interested in knowing the results of the polls during an electoral process can follow the evolution of the vote count through the specials prepared by most general radio and television channels.
Andalusia, Catalonia, Castile and Leon, Galicia and the Basque Country do not hold autonomic elections on 28-M.
Also through the coverage offered on their web pages by both print and strictly digital newspapers. However, for those interested in accessing the maximum amount of data and having information on the details of the voting direction in localities and neighborhoods, as well as comparing the results of the current elections with previous elections, it is best to go to official sources.
On Sunday, May 28, municipal elections are held throughout Spain, as well as autonomic elections in all regions except Andalusia, Catalonia, Castile and Leon, Galicia and the Basque Country, which have their own calls on other dates.
Those interested in knowing all the data and accessing statistics and information in real time, have different options to follow online the scrutiny from an official source.
Where to view all election results and statistics.
-Infoelectoral: The Ministry of the Interior has a specific website that offers complete information about the call and the results. It is possible to consult the registration of political parties, access the voting procedures…
And in addition to all the previous information about the call, on election night it will offer a detailed report of the results. Subsequently, in its pages you will be able to find all kinds of statistics by municipality, province and autonomous community. This web page can be consulted in Spanish and in all the co-official languages of the State.
-Central Electoral Board: This is the body in charge of the scrutiny of the results provided from all the polling stations in the country. It is the official platform where the results from the scrutiny of the votes in the different polling stations throughout the country are reflected.
Its website is, therefore, one of the main sources of information to know all the results of the elections, both current and past, to make comparisons and analyze all the data in any way you want.
-Autonomous platforms: Some autonomous communities will offer a monitoring of the election results to their parliaments through their respective institutional websites. In addition, some of them have specific apps for this purpose. This is the case of the autonomous communities of Aragón (web), Asturias (app for iOS and Android), Canarias, Castilla-La Mancha (web), Madrid (app for iOS and Android) and La Rioja (app for iOS and Android), among others.
-Municipal election monitoring: Some autonomous communities include in their institutional web pages links to specific sections from which they will report on the monitoring of the scrutiny of the municipal elections, which are held throughout Spain. Specifically, these are the web pages of Aragón, Baleares, Canarias, Cantabria, Cataluña, Castilla-La Mancha, Extremadura, Madrid, Murcia, Navarra and Valencia.