Election results

Election results

2019 South Africa election results: 100% counted, ANC 57.5%, DA 20.7%, EFF 10.7%

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2019 South Africa election results: Final national results

The final national results for South Africa after the 2019 election, including its losses or gains over 2014, as of 5pm Saturday:

2019 South Africa election results national

2019 South Africa election results: Final provincial results

The final results for all nine provinces, as of 5pm Saturday:

  • Northern Cape
    • ANC – 228 265 votes, 57.54%
    • DA – 101 198 votes, 25.51%
    • EFF – 38527 votes, 9.71%

The Northern Cape sees a reduced ANC support base, with a 6.8% drop. The DA strengthens slightly. The EFF nearly doubles its support over 2014, while the VF+ more than doubles its support. COPE remains fifth, but loses more than 2.5% of its support. The province is Good’s second largest support base, with 0.83% of the vote.

Spoilt votes total 4984. Voter turnout is 64.12%.

  • North West
    • ANC – 590 780 votes, 61.87%
    • EFF – 178 013 votes, 18.64%
    • DA – 106 744, 11.18%

The EFF is now the official opposition in the North West, usurping the DA. The EFF grew from 13.21% in 2014. The ANC fell by 5.5% since 2014. The VF+ more than doubled its support base in the province.

Spoilt votes total 15 822. Voturn turnout is 57.01%.

  • Mpumalanga
    • ANC – 858 589 votes, 70.58%
    • EFF – 155 573 votes, 12.79%
    • DA – 118 915 votes, 9.77%

The EFF is the official opposition in its second province, once again unseating the DA from second place. The VF+ gained 1.6% in 2019 over 2014. The Better Residents Association, or BRA, took home fifth place, or 0.72% of the vote. It’s down from 2014’s total of 1.15% support.

Spoilt votes total 17 022. Voter turnout is 63.2%.

  • Western Cape
    • DA – 1 140 653 votes, 55.45%
    • ANC – 589 056 votes, 28.64%
    • EFF – 83 074 votes, 4.04%

The DA may have won the Western Cape again, but its support waned since 2014. It dropped just less than 4%. The ANC too dropped by the same amount, but the slack was picked up by the EFF, Good, and the ACDP. The VF+ also gained in the province.

Spoilt votes total 16 516. Voter turnout is 66.28%.

  • Eastern Cape
    • ANC – 1 357 137 votes, 68.74%
    • DA – 310 538 votes, 15.73%
    • EFF – 154 821 votes, 7.84%

The ANC and DA lost ground to the EFF in the Eastern Cape with the ATM taking home 30 000 votes at the best newcomer.

Spoilt votes total 27 081. Voter turnout is 59.51%.

  • Free State
    • ANC – 541 535 votes, 61.14%
    • DA – 155 694 votes, 17.58%
    • EFF – 111 427 votes, 12.58%

The ANC lost ground once again in the Free State, but the EFF came notably close to unseating the DA as official opposition in another province. The standout performer is the VF+ which gained nearly 2% over 2014. The ATM scored 6000 votes in the province.

Spoilt votes total 11 508. Voter turnout is 61.35%.

  • KwaZulu-Natal
    • ANC – 1 951 257 votes, 54.22%
    • IFP – 588 018 votes, 16.34%
    • DA – 500 046 votes, 13.09%

The DA’s subpar 2019 election isn’t getting much better in South Africa’s eastern province. The IFP is now the official opposition, gaining more than 6% over the previous election. While the DA did gain support, it didn’t gain enough. Speaking of support, the ANC’s dwindled by more than 10%. The EFF received 9.7% of the vote, up from 1.8% in 2014.

Spoilt votes total 56 501. Voter turnout is 66.16%.

  • Limpopo
    • ANC – 1 096 300 votes, 75.49%
    • EFF – 209 488 votes, 14.43%
    • DA – 78 360 votes, 5.4%

The EFF added 4% of the provincial support on to its 2014 figures, with the DA losing ground slightly. The VF+ again gained more than double the support in South Africa’s northern province. The APC support stagnated, but that was enough to see off the ACDP, which lost ground too.

Spoilt votes total 18 072. Voter turnout is 56.36%.

  • Gauteng
    • ANC – 2 168 253 votes, 50.19 %
    • DA – 1 185 743 votes, 27.45 %
    • EFF – 634 387 votes, 14.69%

The final province to tally its votes proved to be one of the most hotly contested. The ANC barely scraped past the 50% mark, with the DA losing around 2.5% over its 2014 numbers. The EFF gained support since 2014 — a quite notable 4.3% added to its provincial support base. The VF+ once again had a strong showing, while the IFP also gained 0.1% in the province.

Spoilt votes total 37 411. Voter turnout is 68.28%.

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