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 2011-09-22 02:43 am Back to NEWS
Early ECZ Vote Count Shows Sata Leading with 43% of Most of the Vote

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The following website screenshot shows a summary of the number of votes (reportedly) garnered in 133 of Zambia's 150 constituencies by the 10 candidates contesting for the presidency. It is a screenshot of a webpage of the Electoral Commission of Zambia website containing updates on results of the 2011 General Elections, as it appeared at around 6 PM (Zambian Time) on the ECZ website. According to the statistics, Mr Michael Sata (or PF) leads (or is supposed to be leading) the presidential race with 42.92% of the total 1,833,109 votes cast (with 38,074 rejected votes) against Mr Rupiah Banda's (and MMD's) 35.21% of the votes.

That page currently (as of 28.09.2011) says 'results are updating'


A collation of the above statistics is expressed in the following Excel table:

For the final results from the ECZ, visit their results page:

http://www.elections.org.zm/results.php

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