AFGHANISTAN ELECTION DATA
Ethnicity most represented
Source
Unofficial estimates from the GREG Project based on data from the 1964 Soviet Atlas Narodov Mira. More information here.
Population in thousands
Source
2012-2013 estimates from Afghanistan's Central Statistics Organization. More information here.
Abdullah
Ashraf Ghani
Other Candidates
Abdullah
Ashraf Ghani
Abdullah
Ashraf Ghani

Afghanistan Election Data 2014

Elections took place across Afghanistan on April 5 and June 14, 2014. This tool is an effort to make election data accessible and transparent.

This map visualizes the preliminary results of the second round presidential election on June 14, 2014. The size of the circle represents the number of voters who cast ballots for each candidate. Select a candidate at the top of the map to examine the performance of each candidate in particular.

  •  Dr. Abdullah Abdullah
  •  Dr. Mohammad Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai

This map compares the difference in turnout for each candidate between the first and second round presidential elections. The size of the circle represents the amount of increase or decrease in votes for the selected candidate in the second round election. Switch between candidates by clicking on each candidate’s name at the top of the map.

  •   Fewer votes
  •   More votes

This map visualizes voter turnout of total settled population based on 2012-2013 estimates by Afghanistan’s Central Statistics Organization.

  • Turnout by Total Population:
  •   Less than 30%
  •   30 - 60%
  •   60 - 80%
  •   80 - 100%
  •   Over 100%

This map shows the preliminary deployment plans of five domestic election monitoring groups for the June 14th, 2014 runoff presidential election. The groups include the Afghanistan National Participation Organization (ANPO), the Afghanistan Youth National and Social Organization (AYNSO), the Transparent Foundation for Free and Fair Elections in Afghanistan (TEFA), the Free and Fair Election Foundation of Afghanistan (FEFA), and the New Line Organization (NLO). Please note that TEFA's deployment plan is partial.

  •  Multiple domestic observer groups

This map shows the number of polling centers that were planned to be open during the second round presidential election on June 14, 2014. Voters may cast ballots for the presidential election at any polling center nationwide.

  •  Planned polling centers

This map provides information on voter turnout for the first round presidential and provincial council elections on April 5, 2014. The size of the circle represents the number of Afghan voters who cast ballots. The color of each province represents the percentage of total ballots cast by women.

Percentage of ballots cast by women:

  •   Greater than 40%
  •   Greater than 30%
  •   Greater than 20%
  •   Greater than 10%
  •   Greater than 0%

This map visualizes the performance of the eight presidential candidates in the first round presidential election on April 5, 2014. The size of the circle represents the number of voters who cast ballots for each candidate. Select a candidate at the top of the map to examine the performance of each candidate in particular.

  •  Dr. Abdullah Abdullah
  •  Dr. Mohammad Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai
  •  Other Candidates

This map shows the preliminary deployment plans of four domestic election monitoring groups for the April 5, 2014 elections. The groups include the Afghanistan National Participation Organization (ANPO), the Afghanistan Youth National and Social Organization (AYNSO), the Transparent Foundation for Free and Fair Elections in Afghanistan (TEFA), and the Free and Fair Election Foundation of Afghanistan (FEFA).

  •  Multiple domestic election groups

This map shows the number of polling centers that were open and closed during the first round presidential and provincial council elections on April 5, 2014. Voters may cast ballots for the presidential election at any polling center nationwide. Voters of provincial council candidates may vote at any polling center in the province in which they reside.

  •  Open polling centers
  •  Polling centers closed on election day
  •  Polling centers closed prior to election day

Use this slider to compare domestic election observer deployments to polling center plans for the first round presidential and provincial council elections on April 5, 2014. Data is aggregated by district.

Polling Centers Observers

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  •  Number of polling centers
  •  Multiple domestic election groups