This was the result in 2014, if BSP-SP came along then there was something else
- After 24 years, the SP-BSP came together again
- BJP got 42.63 percent votes in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections in UP
- SP gets 29.13 percent votes in UP in 2012 assembly elections
- BSP gets 27.20 percent votes in UP in 2009 Lok Sabha elections
- In the 2007 assembly elections, the BSP got 30.43 percent votes in UP
- SP gets 26.74 percent votes in 2004 Lok Sabha elections
- SP gets 25.37 percent vote in UP in 2002 assembly elections
To defeat the BJP in Uttar Pradesh, SP and BSP have increased the political synergies in the state by announcing the alliance. The RLD, Peace Party and the Nishad Party are also being considered in this coalition. However, no decision has been taken on how many seats the coalition partners will get. Now that the alliance between these two political parties has been announced, let’s see what percentage of votes were cast for which party in the elections in UP.
2014 Lok Sabha Elections
In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party got 42.63 percent votes in the state. BJP coalition won 73 of the state’s 80 parliamentary seats. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the Samajwadi Party was in second place in the vote. He got five seats with 22.35 percent votes.
In the Lok Sabha elections of 2014, Mulayam Singh Yadav won the election of five MPs from the family. The last election for BSP chief Mayawati was the most disappointing. His vote percentage was 19.77 but the party did not get a single parliamentary seat in the state. While the Congress had won two seats in Rae Bareli and Amethi with 7.53 percent votes.
2012 assembly elections
In this election SP got 29.13 percent votes and formed a full majority government in the state. The biggest thing to do in this election was that after winning, Mulayam Singh himself did not become the Chief Minister and handed over power to his son Akhilesh Yadav. Samajwadi Party won 224 out of 403 Legislative Assembly seats. BSP won 80, BJP 47 and Congress 28 seats. The remaining seats went to the other.
In the second election, the BSP got 25.91 percent of the vote. While BJP got 15 percent votes and Congress got 11.65 percent votes.
In the 2009 Lok Sabha poll, Uttar Pradesh had the highest 27.20 percent votes. While the other was a Samajwadi Party which got 23.26 percent votes. BJP got 17.50 percent votes and Congress got 11.65 percent votes.
In the 2009 election, the Congress coalition under the leadership of Manmohan Singh was successful in forming a government at the center again. Out of the 80 seats in the state, SP won 23, Congress got 21, BSP 20, BJP 10 and RLD won 5 seats.
2007 assembly elections
In the 2007 assembly elections, Bahujan Samaj Party won 206 seats with 30.43 percent votes and Mayawati once again became chief minister of the state. In the 2007 assembly elections, there was a socialist party in the second place.
SP won 97 seats with 25.43 percent votes. BJP got 51 and Congress got 22 seats. BJP got 16.97 percent and Congress got 8.61 percent.
2004 Lok Sabha election BJP fought with the slogan of India Shining but the party had to face defeat. Atal Bihari Vajpayee, when the general elections were held during the prime ministership, the party hoped that this time it would again form a government with full majority but this could not happen.
BJP’s performance in Uttar Pradesh, the country’s most prominent political constituency, is not right. In the 2004 Lok Sabha elections, SP got 26.74 percent votes, BSP got 24.67 percent, BJP got 22.17 percent and Congress got 12.04 percent. Of the 80 parliamentary seats in the state, SP got 35, BSP got 19, BJP got 10 and Congress won nine seats. The remaining seven seats got another.
2002 assembly elections
In this election, the Samajwadi Party had secured first place in the vote percentage and seats in the state. SP won 143 seats with 25.37 percent votes. The BSP got 23.06 percent of the votes and won 98 seats. BJP is the third party in both the cases. He got 88 seats with 20.08 percent votes.