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« Reply #500 on: July 10, 2022, 09:29:39 AM »

With 82% of the vote counted in 京都(Kyoto) it is

LDP      29.2 (called)
CDP      27.0 (called)
JRP       25.2
JCP       13.0
PP          2.8
IPS         1.6 (far right)

CDP beat back JRP mostly due to JCP voter tactical voting given JCP's vote share of 13.0 here
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« Reply #501 on: July 10, 2022, 09:47:38 AM »

With 89% of the vote counted in  沖縄(Okinawa) it is

OPPN   47.1
LDP     46.5
PP        4.1
PNHK    1.5
HRP      0.8

The anti-system parties got over 6% of the vote.  Everything comes down to the outstanding votes in 那覇市 (Naha City).  These votes historically lean anti-LDP so I would say OPPN has the edge now.
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« Reply #502 on: July 10, 2022, 09:57:56 AM »

With 4% of the PR vote in, the results plus implied seat allocation are

The count is very rural heavy.  As more votes come in LDP will go down and JRP/JCP will go up.  So far PNHK and SDP are outperforming and above the threshold

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            PR   Vote share              PR  vote share          
LDP      23      43.2%                 21     39.0%            
KP         7       12.9%                  7     12.5%                
PP         1         2.6%                  1      2.0%            
PNHK     1         1.9%                  0      1.0%              
JRP        4         8.7%                  7    14.0%                
DPP       2         4.2%                  3      5.5%            
CDP       7       142.%                  7    13.5%                                
RS         1         3.6%                  1      3.5%              
SDP       1         2.3%                  0      1.5%
JCP        3         5.6%                  4      7.5%              
Others              0.8%                          1.0%
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« Reply #503 on: July 10, 2022, 10:05:01 AM »
« Edited: July 10, 2022, 10:14:18 AM by Logical »

NHK called the last seat in Tokyo for RS leader Yamamoto Taro. Tokyo will have a 3-3 right left split.
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« Reply #504 on: July 10, 2022, 10:05:47 AM »

In 愛知(Aichi) with 75% of the vote in the 4 incumbents are ahead

LDP      28.9 (called)
KP        14.2 (called)
CDP      14.1 (called)
DPP      13.7
JRP       12.0
JCP        6.8
RS         3.0
PP         2.9

It is DPP vs JRP for the last seat and most likely the DPP incumbent will hold on to win
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« Reply #505 on: July 10, 2022, 10:06:16 AM »


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« Reply #506 on: July 10, 2022, 10:06:31 AM »

Asahi has called Okinawa for the opposition candidate. Final split in the single member districts is LDP 28 OPPO 4.
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« Reply #507 on: July 10, 2022, 10:09:08 AM »

Asahi has called Okinawa for the opposition candidate. Final split in the single member districts is LDP 28 OPPO 4.

First miss for me for the night.

My track record of Upper House 1- member districts throughout the years

2013:  30-1
2016:  32-0
2019:  31-1
2022:  31-1

PP surge scammed me out of a clean sweep in 1- member districts in time around
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« Reply #508 on: July 10, 2022, 10:11:02 AM »

Ashai called the last 愛知(Aichi) seat for DPP over JRP
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« Reply #509 on: July 10, 2022, 10:11:56 AM »

The seats that have not been called by any media outlets are:
-2 seats in Hokkaido. 3 way battle between LDP CDP CDP
-Final seat in Kanagawa. CDP JCP battle, I think the CDP is favored here.
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« Reply #510 on: July 10, 2022, 10:16:50 AM »

In 熊本(Kumamoto) with almost all the votes counted it is

LDP       62.3
CDP       21.7
PP         11.3 !!
PNHK      4.6 !!

Anti-system vote here is almost 16% !!  In rural Japan, people are angry and will vote to express their anger as they see LDP and CDP are not the answer to their problems.
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« Reply #511 on: July 10, 2022, 10:20:57 AM »

With 66% of the vote in 北海道(Hokkaido) it is

LDP        25.7 (called)
LDP        20.3
CDP        19.5
CDP        18.7
JCP          7.2
DPP          3.4
PP            2.8

Close fight between LDP and the CDP candidates for the last 2 seats.  The second LDP candidate seems to have the edge here to at least come in third.
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« Reply #512 on: July 10, 2022, 10:32:33 AM »

With 8% of the PR vote in, the results plus implied seat allocation are

The count is very rural heavy.  As more votes come in LDP will go down and JRP/JCP will go up.  So far PNHK and SDP are outperforming and above the threshold.  PP at 2.9%. Wow.  The anti-system parties are doing better than expected in rural areas.  We will see how their vote holds up in urban areas.

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            PR   Vote share              PR  vote share         
LDP      22      41.0%                 21     39.0%           
KP         7       12.9%                  7     12.5%               
PP         1         2.9%                  1      2.0%           
PNHK     1         2.0%                  0      1.0%             
JRP        5       10.8%                  7    14.0%               
DPP       2         4.3%                  3      5.5%           
CDP       7       13.2%                  7    13.5%                               
RS         2         3.8%                  1      3.5%             
SDP       1         2.2%                  0      1.5%
JCP        3         6.0%                  4      7.5%             
Others              0.9%                          1.0%
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« Reply #513 on: July 10, 2022, 10:39:14 AM »

Looking at the PR numbers so far it seems the PP and PNHK strategy of running candidates in every prefecture is paying off.  The question is, especially for PNHK where they ran multiple candidates in multi-member districts, who is paying for all this?
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« Reply #514 on: July 10, 2022, 10:43:07 AM »

北海道(Hokkaido) had a vote dump surge for CDP and with 79% of the vote counted it is

LDP        26.0 (called)
CDP        19.5
LDP        19.4
CDP        19.3
JCP          6.7
DPP          3.5
PP            2.8

Amazing 3 way tied for the last 2 seats
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« Reply #515 on: July 10, 2022, 10:50:46 AM »

北海道(Hokkaido) had a vote dump surge for CDP and with 79% of the vote counted it is

LDP        26.0 (called)
CDP        19.5
LDP        19.4
CDP        19.3
JCP          6.7
DPP          3.5
PP            2.8

Amazing 3 way tied for the last 2 seats
Clear signs of tactical voting by JCP voters since they usually poll much better than this.
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« Reply #516 on: July 10, 2022, 10:52:33 AM »

北海道(Hokkaido) had a vote dump surge for CDP and with 79% of the vote counted it is

LDP        26.0 (called)
CDP        19.5
LDP        19.4
CDP        19.3
JCP          6.7
DPP          3.5
PP            2.8

Amazing 3 way tied for the last 2 seats
Clear signs of tactical voting by JCP voters since they usually poll much better than this.

Yep, the same thing happen in 2016.  Also, these results also show that part of the JRP and KP PR vote defected to CDP.
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« Reply #517 on: July 10, 2022, 10:54:46 AM »

In 神奈川(Kanagawa) 70% of the vote in it is

LDP       21.0 (called)
JRP        15.2 (called)
LDP       14.8 (called)
KP         14.3 (called)
CDP         9.7
JCP          8.7
DPP          5.5
CDP         5.2
PP           2.3

CDP is ahead of JCP for the 5th and final seat which only has 3 years left in the term.  In the end there was some tactical voting between the 2 CDP candidates to get them ahead of JCP.
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« Reply #518 on: July 10, 2022, 10:58:58 AM »

With 12% of the PR vote in, the results plus implied seat allocation are

The count is very rural heavy.  As more votes come in LDP will go down and JRP/JCP will go up.  

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            PR   Vote share              PR  vote share        
LDP      22      40.7%                 21     39.0%          
KP         6       12.5%                  7     12.5%              
PP         1         2.8%                  1      2.0%          
PNHK     1         2.0%                  0      1.0%            
JRP        5       11.0%                  7    14.0%              
DPP       2         5.0%                  3      5.5%          
CDP       7       12.9%                  7    13.5%                              
RS         2         3.8%                  1      3.5%            
SDP       1         2.3%                  0      1.5%
JCP        3         6.0%                  4      7.5%            
Others              1.0%                          1.0%

If SDP PNHK and PP all cross the threshold there is a chance that KP might be held to 6 PR which is a disaster for them since they would have missed their goal of 7 seats.  Knowing KP's dark electoral magic  I suspect in the end SDP does not make it past the threshold helping get KP to 7 seats anyway.

The JCP numbers do not look good at all.  I think they can get to 7% as urban votes come in but it is a pretty bad  result for them.
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« Reply #519 on: July 10, 2022, 11:02:40 AM »

Asahi called 北海道(Hokkaido) for LDP CDP LDP.  I hope they know what they are doing because the current count is

LDP      26.6
CDP      19.5
LDP      19.1
CDP      19.0
JCP        6.5
DPP       3.5
PP         2.8

neck-to-neck between LDP and CDP for the third spot.
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« Reply #520 on: July 10, 2022, 11:04:14 AM »

With the close results in the multi member districts making such a key difference, how do regular voters determine which candidate of the party they prefer to go with? I understand Komeito's voting networks are extremely precise but how does a regular CDP or LDP voter make sure that their vote is efficient?

Also, the one thing that I expected last night was that Sanseito would overperform after seeing them draw crowds of a size no >1% party could garner. It seemed doubtful that their likely voters would be swayed by a sympathy vote.



The assassination probably cost Ishin Nara and Kyoto though.
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« Reply #521 on: July 10, 2022, 11:11:03 AM »

With the close results in the multi member districts making such a key difference, how do regular voters determine which candidate of the party they prefer to go with? I understand Komeito's voting networks are extremely precise but how does a regular CDP or LDP voter make sure that their vote is efficient?

Also, the one thing that I expected last night was that Sanseito would overperform after seeing them draw crowds of a size no >1% party could garner. It seemed doubtful that their likely voters would be swayed by a sympathy vote.



The assassination probably cost Ishin Nara and Kyoto though.

My mental model was that the assassination would push up turnout with marginal voters which would dilute the anti-system vote.  I also figured the assassination would at least reduce anti-system turnout.  Instead, it seems the anti-system vote is stronger than ever.

As for vote coordination, the local party organization I heard does stuff like "men vote for A, women vote for B" or some other scheme like this.  I hear less of these stories last decade or so.
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« Reply #522 on: July 10, 2022, 11:19:24 AM »

With 20% of the PR vote in, the results plus implied seat allocation are

Some urban votes are coming in.  CDP numbers look very bad. 

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            PR   Vote share              PR  vote share       
LDP      21      39.3%                 21     39.0%         
KP         7       12.7%                  7     12.5%             
PP         1         2.9%                  1      2.0%         
PNHK     1         2.0%                  0      1.0%           
JRP        6       11.9%                  7    14.0%             
DPP       2         4.9%                  3      5.5%         
CDP       6       12.4%                  7    13.5%                             
RS         2         4.2%                  1      3.5%           
SDP       1         2.3%                  0      1.5%
JCP        3         6.5%                  4      7.5%           
Others              0.9%                          1.0%
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« Reply #523 on: July 10, 2022, 11:21:41 AM »

Asahi calls the 5th and last seat in  神奈川(Kanagawa) for CDP.  A superset of media houses now has all district seats called.

I had 2 misses.  I had the 5th and final seat in 神奈川(Kanagawa) for JCP when it was CDP.  I also had 沖縄(Okinawa) going LDP when it went OPPN.
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« Reply #524 on: July 10, 2022, 11:23:13 AM »

Most likely CDP RP vote will fall to 4th place, behind JRP and KP.  What a disaster.  RS outperforming had something to do with it but it seems CDP is just losing votes to everyone, LDP JRP RS and in some cases JCP.
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