Tuesday, June 08, 2010

The Dutch Election on Google Maps

Verkiezingskaart

The 2010 Dutch general election will be held on Wednesday, 9 June 2010. Verkiezingskaart will be displaying all the results as they are announced on Google Maps. The data for the results are coming directly from the company supplying the software to count the votes. Therefore, using Verkiezingskaart, should be one of the fastest ways to get the results of the Dutch election.

Currently the site is displaying the results of the 2006 general election. The map uses coloured polygons to display who holds a majority in each constituency. The Christian Democrats are displayed in green and the Labour Party in red.

If you roll over any of the constituencies on the map you can view a detailed breakdown of the 2006 election results for the area. It is also possible to view the election results for 2002 and 2003 on the map.

________________
Post a Comment