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Online Electoral Maps of Malaysia

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We, Tindak Malaysia, are committed to democratize access for the public to view how the election boundaries are drawn. Leveraging on our GIS expertise, we hereby present Malaysia’s Online Electoral Map site. We believe this is a FIRST for Malaysia.

Comparing GE13 (2013) and GE14 (2018) Boundaries

With the new redelineated boundaries approved on 29th March 2018, we would like to share with you a simple interactive map application to see where the changes have occurred. Follow the instructions on the left hand side of the Application. Assess how boundaries have changed and which seats experienced name changes.

**No parliamentary boundary amendments were done for Sabah, Sarawak (completed in 2015) and Labuan**

Click HERE for the Interactive Map Application

We acknowledge the following sources for the application : SPR Malaysia

*Any similar maps to the application above are mere coincidences on the premise. Permission is required to source datasets and to develop near identical applications on comparing parliamentary boundary scene in Malaysia

2015/17 Electoral Map Scene

Below here is the 2015/17 Electoral Map and Demographics of Malaysia. Leveraging on our map and electoral datasets, we have developed this prototype map application to showcase our Malaysian scene. Hover over and click the parliamentary seat to understand who is your representative and basic electoral characteristics.

On your right hand side, you will see the values change of average voter growth, ethnic majorities and general party composition of the area. It is in dynamic setting.

We acknowledge the following sources for the application above: SPR Malaysia, The Malaysian Insight, Malaysiakini, Wikipedia, Bersih

*Any similar maps to the application above are mere coincidences on the premise. Permission is required to source datasets and to develop near identical applications on Malaysian Electoral Scene.

*The boundaries only valid till 29th March 2018. 13th Parliament has dissolved itself on 7th April 2018

Resources for Redelineation Concepts

For those who are affected by the recent redelineation, please visit this site.

 

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