Andalucía 2015: resultados por municipio

Andalucía 2015Resultados totales de las elecciones al Parlamento de Andalucía:
Partido Socialista Obrero Español (PSOE) 35,43% (-4,09%) y 47 (=) escaños
Partido Popular (PP) 26,76% (-13,9%) y 33 (-17) escaños
Podemos 14,84% (nuevo) y 15 (+15) escaños
Ciudadanos (C’s) 9,28% (nuevo) y 9 (+9) escaños
Izquierda Unida – Convocatoria por Andalucía (IULV-CA) 6,89% (-4,45%) y 5 (-7) escaños
Unión, Progreso y Democracia (UPyD) 1,93% (-1,42%)
Partido Andalucista (PA) 1,43% (-0,97%)
Partido Antitaurino Contra el Maltrato Animal (PACMA) 0,8% (+0,57%)
Partido Vox 0,45% (nuevo)
Resultados en los municipios con más de 50 mil habitantes:
Municipio
PSOE
PP
Podemos
C’s
IU
Sevilla
30,80%
27,18%
17,97%
11,54%
5,44%
Málaga
25,33%
27,49%
17,86%
14,09%
7,09%
Córdoba
23,50%
32,48%
16,06%
11,44%
9,49%
Granada
21,84%
37,57%
15,54%
13,78%
5,11%
Jerez
29,34%
25,58%
19,00%
12,03%
6,19%
Almería
25,45%
35,12%
14,89%
13,10%
4,82%
Huelva
30,89%
26,49%
17,71%
11,48%
6,10%
Marbella
29,79%
31,98%
13,92%
11,12%
5,62%
Dos Hermanas
34,45%
17,78%
21,85%
11,73%
6,24%
Cádiz
20,71%
25,68%
28,80%
11,88%
5,10%
Algeciras
29,90%
27,75%
15,97%
12,99%
4,63%
Jaén
26,84%
36,70%
14,15%
11,36%
3,71%
San Fernando
25,08%
24,26%
21,63%
14,22%
4,50%
Roquetas
22,39%
39,54%
13,53%
13,86%
4,64%
El Puerto de Santa María
21,75%
28,16%
20,81%
13,32%
6,39%
El Ejido
23,91%
47,16%
9,61%
8,25%
4,08%
Chiclana
32,47%
24,59%
19,20%
11,39%
4,46%
Vélez-Málaga
33,22%
30,73%
12,36%
10,36%
5,59%
Mijas
27,91%
26,68%
16,82%
14,47%
5,09%
Fuengirola
23,10%
39,24%
14,15%
12,52%
4,46%
Alcalá de Guadaira
35,99%
18,31%
20,09%
9,72%
5,93%
Sanlúcar
34,25%
19,49%
17,13%
10,99%
11,88%
Torremolinos
21,35%
32,67%
17,37%
15,38%
5,37%
Benalmádena
23,24%
28,92%
17,90%
15,90%
7,03%
Estepona
28,60%
35,92%
14,27%
9,91%
5,33%
La Línea
36,18%
24,55%
16,53%
10,38%
3,90%
Motril
31,47%
29,20%
15,83%
7,88%
5,71%
Linares
36,39%
26,32%
16,30%
7,68%
6,87%
Utrera
46,09%
17,26%
13,78%
7,90%
4,71%
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