The National Capital voted in the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 on May 12. 56.11% turnout was recorded in till 5 pm compared to the final turnout of 65.1% in 2014 in the National Capital. The New Delhi constituency, which has many VVIP voters, recorded the lowest voter turnout among all seven constituencies in Delhi at 56.86 per cent, but saw a better turnout of women than men. According to the data, 57.21 per cent of women voters cast their votes while 56.58 per cent men exercised their franchise in the seat.
After the results came in, the BJP saw a massive surge of 10 per cent in its vote share in this general election when compared to 2014 polls. The party's vote share so far is at 56.6 per cent as it continued to dominate the trends on all seats. It had a vote share of 46.40 per cent in 2014, when the party had won all seven seats in the national capital. BJP had recorded a vote share of 32.3 per cent in 2015 assembly elections. AAP's vote share of 32.90 per cent in 2014 Lok Sabha polls has been reduced to 18.1 per cent this time. In his maiden political match, Gambhir made a smashing start with 55.3% of the votes for BJP in East Delhi Lok Sabha Constituency, well ahead of Congress’ Arvinder Singh Lovely (24.2%) and AAP’s Atishi (17.46%). Gambhir’s vote count read 6,96,156.
|1||Chandani Chowk||Harash Vardhan||BJP||Won||228145|
|2||East Delhi||Gautam Gambhir||BJP||Won||391222|
|3||New Delhi||Meenakshi Lekhi||BJP||Won||256504|
|4||North East Delhi||Manoj Tiwari||BJP||Won||366102|
|5||North West Delhi||Hans Raj Hans||BJP||Won||553897|
|6||South Delhi||Ramesh Bidhuri||BJP||Won||367043|
|7||West Delhi||Parvesh Sahib Singh Verma||BJP||Won||578486|