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Below are some election templates and color codings for political parties which I have worked on for the last few years.

e • d Summary of the 5 May 2013 Malaysian Dewan Rakyat election results
Party Vote Seats
Votes % Won % +/–
National Front[a] BN 5,237,699 47.38 133 59.91 Decrease7
United Malays National Organisation UMNO 3,252,484 29.42 88 39.64 Increase9
Malaysian Chinese Association MCA 867,851 7.85 7 3.15 Decrease8
Malaysian Indian Congress MIC 286,629 2.59 4 1.80 Increase1
United Traditional Bumiputera Party PBB 232,390 2.10 14 6.31 Steady
Malaysian People's Movement Party Gerakan 191,019 1.73 1 0.45 Decrease1
Sarawak United People's Party SUPP 133,603 1.21 1 0.45 Decrease5
United Sabah Party PBS 74,959 0.68 4 1.80 Increase1
Sarawak People's Party PRS 59,540 0.54 6 2.70 Steady
Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party SPDP 55,505 0.50 4 1.80 Steady
United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation UPKO 53,584 0.48 3 1.35 Decrease1
Liberal Democratic Party LDP 13,138 0.12 0 0.00 Decrease1
United Sabah People's Party PBRS 9,467 0.09 1 0.45 Steady
People's Progressive Party PPP 7,530 0.07 0 0.00 Steady
Parties in the informal coalition, Pakatan Rakyat (People's Pact) PR 5,623,984 50.87 89 40.09 Increase7
Democratic Action Party[b] DAP 1,736,267 15.71 38 17.12 Increase10
People's Justice Party[b] PKR 2,254,328 20.39 30 13.51 Decrease1
Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party[b] PAS 1,633,389 14.78 21 9.46 Decrease2
State Reform Party STAR 45,386 0.41 0 0.00 Steady
Pan-Malaysian Islamic Front Berjasa 31,835 0.29 0 0.00 Steady
Sarawak Workers Party SWP 15,630 0.14 0 0.00 Steady
Sabah Progressive Party[c] SAPP 10,099 0.09 0 0.00 Decrease2
Love Malaysia Party PCM 2,129 0.02 0 0.00 Steady
Homeland Human's Wellbeing Party KITA 623 0.01 0 0.00 Steady
Malaysian United People's Party MUPP 257 0.00 0 0.00 Steady
Independents IND 86,935 0.79 0 0.00 Steady
Valid votes 11,054,577
Invalid/blank votes 202,570
Total votes (voter turnout: 84.84%) 11,257,147 100.00 222 100.00 Steady
Did not vote 2,010,855
Registered voters 13,268,002
Ordinary voters 12,885,434
Early voters 235,826
Postal voters 146,742
Voting age population (aged 21 years and above) 17,883,697
Malaysian population 29,628,392

Source: Election Commission of Malaysia
Source: Nohlen et al. [1]

  1. ^ Contested using dacing election symbol on the ballot papers.
  2. ^ a b c Parties in the informal coalition, People's Pact (Pakatan Rakyat). Contested using separate election symbol on the ballot papers.
  3. ^ Net seat change of component parties is –5. Sabah Progressive Party left the National Front after the 2008 election, which accounted for 2 more seats lost.


Diagram of the current members of Dewan Rakyat
Current composition of the 13th Parliament of Malaysia
as of 25 February 2017
State and
federal territories
# of
seats
BN
seats
DAP
seats
PKR
seats
PAS
seats
AMANAH
seats
PSM
seats
PPBM
seats
WARISAN
seats
Ind
seats
Perlis Perlis 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Kedah Kedah 15 10 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0
Kelantan Kelantan 14 5 0 1 7 1 0 0 0 0
Terengganu Terengganu 8 4 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0
Penang Penang 13 3 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Perak Perak 24 13 6 2 1 1 1 0 0 0
Pahang Pahang 14 10 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0
Selangor Selangor 22 5 4 9 1 3 0 0 0 0
Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur 11 2 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 1
Putrajaya Putrajaya 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan 8 5 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Malacca Malacca 6 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Johor Johor 26 20 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
Labuan Labuan 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sabah Sabah 25 21 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
Sarawak Sarawak 31 25 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 222 132 36 28 14 6 1 1 2 2

Seating arrangement*[edit]

Alor Setar Kampar Bakri Miri Bandar Tun Razak Vacant Vacant Vacant Julau Tenom Kudat Vacant Vacant Kuala Kangsar Sungai Besar Kota Tinggi Baram Setiu Gerik
Batu Pahat Kuala Kedah Sibu Batu Kawan Vacant Vacant Vacant Rompin Kuala Pilah Kanowit Pendang Jelebu Lipis Tasek Gelugor Alor Gajah Kota Samarahan Labuan Pasir Gudang Kuala Selangor
Pengkalan Chepa Bachok Lumut Sarikei Vacant Vacant Kulim-Bandar Baharu Setiawangsa Tanah Merah Betong Paya Besar Cameron Highlands Sik Sekijang Jerantut Merbok Sabak Bernam Sepanggar Kangar Lubok Antu Parit
Dungun Bukit Gelugor Bukit Mertajam Stampin Vacant Baling Lenggong Parit Sulong Tampin Mukah Mersing Libaran Sipitang Igan Langkawi Vacant Padang Besar Batu Sapi Tebrau
Kubang Kerian Serdang Gopeng Segambut Penampang Saratok Simpang Renggam Putatan Bintulu Ranau Kinabatangan Kepala Batas Machang Sri Aman Mas Gading Vacant Jerlun Sibuti Tanjong Manis
Pasir Puteh Sandakan Tanjong Tumpat Tanjong Piai Kalabakan Tambun Jempol Johor Bahru Masjid Tanah Pulai (Senator) Lawas Bagan Serai Limbang
Pokok Sena Kota Melaka Rasah Kepong F Gua Musang Keningau Ketereh D (Senator) Silam Hulu Rajang Jasin
Petaling Jaya Selatan Sungai Siput Kuantan Rantau Panjang Semporna G E C Kimanis Rembau Vacant (Senator) Kubang Pasu
Padang Serai Kelana Jaya Bayan Baru Kuala Nerus Pasir Mas Sergeant-at-Arm Bera (Senator) Titiwangsa Sri Gading (Senator)
Wangsa Maju Kapar Nibong Tebal Temerloh Bukit Gantang Kemaman Arau Tanjong Karang Tenggara Tangga Batu
Indera Mahkota Kuala Langat Hulu Langat Kota Bharu Marang Kota Marudu Besut Tanjong Malim Balik Pulau Kapit
Ipoh Timor Batu Gajah Taiping Batu Lembah Pantai H the Mace B Jeli Putrajaya Pengerang Beaufort Maran
Lanang Kota Kinabalu Beruas Bukit Bintang Cheras Sembrong Serian (Senator) Labis Tawau
Jelutong Kulai Selayang Seputeh Pagoh Padang Rengas Petrajaya Padang Terap (Senator) Hulu Terengganu
Kuala Terengganu Kota Raja Telok Kemang Ipoh Barat Gombak Telok Intan Batang Lupar Santubong Mambong Hulu Selangor
Raub Sungai Petani Sepang Seremban Bagan I A Segamat Selangau Larut Pontian Ledang
Klang Pandan Shah Alam Bandar Kuching Parit Buntar Bentong (Senator) Ayer Hitam Muar Pasir Salak
Bukit Bendera Kluang Petaling Jaya Utara Bukit Katil Gelang Patah Bagan Datok Pensiangan Batang Sadong Papar Kuala Krau
Kuala Krai Puchong Subang Ampang Permatang Pauh Secretary Pekan Jerai Kota Belud Tapah Beluran
Speaker
  • The seating arrangement is viewable at the official website.[1]


Testing Bed[edit]


* Fraction of total seats in each state/federal territory rounded to the nearest percent

Barisan Nasional Pakatan Rakyat Others Total
State/Federal Territory Seats * +/- Seats * +/- Seats * +/- Seats
Perlis 3 100% Steady 0 0% Steady 0 0% Steady 3
Kedah 10 66% Increase6 5 33% Decrease4 0 0% Decrease2 15
Kelantan 5 36% Increase3 9 67% Decrease2 0 0% Decrease1 14
Terengganu 4 50% Decrease2 4 50% Increase2 0 0% Steady 8
Penang 3 23% Increase1 10 77% Increase1 0 0% Decrease2 13
Perak 12 50% Decrease1 12 50% Increase2 0 0% Decrease1 24
Pahang 10 72% Decrease2 4 28% Increase2 0 0% Steady 14
Selangor 5 23% Decrease1 17 77% Increase1 0 0% Steady 22
WP Kuala Lumpur 2 23% Increase1 9 77% Steady 0 0% Decrease1 11
WP Putrajaya 1 100% Steady 0 0% Steady 0 0% Steady 1
Negeri Sembilan 5 63% Steady 3 37% Steady 0 0% Steady 8
Malacca 4 67% Decrease1 2 33% Increase1 0 0% Steady 6
Johor 21 81% Decrease4 5 19% Increase4 0 0% Steady 26
WP Labuan 1 100% Steady 0 0% Steady 0 0% Steady 1
Sabah 22 88% Increase2 3 12% Steady 0 0% Decrease2 25
Sarawak 25 81% Decrease4 6 19% Increase4 0 0% Steady 31
Total 133 60% Decrease2 89 40% Increase11 0 0% Decrease9 222

Colour Templates[edit]

These colour templates were finalised after much discussion.Please see discussion

# Party / Colour Colour Code
1 BN #C0CAF2
2 DAP #F8C0C0
3 PKR #CEF2F2
4 PAS #C0F2C0
5 SAPP #F2F2CA
6 STAR #E8C0F2
7 BERJASA #CAE2CA
8 SWP #E2E2C0
9 KITA #F2D6C0
10 PCM #E2CAE2
11 MUPP #F2D8D8
12 TERAS #FFFFF5
13 UPP #FFBF00
14 IND #E6E6E6

#F4A460


BN -  #C0CAF2  PKR -  #CEF2F2  DAP -  #F8C0C0  PAS -  #C0F2C0  SAPP -  #F2F2CA  STAR -  #E8C0F2  BERJASA -  #CAE2CA  SWP -  #E2E2C0  KITA -  #F2D6C0  PCM -  #DAE2EA  PSM -  #E2CAE2  MUPP -  #F2D8D8  TERAS -  #F4A460  IND -  #E6E6E6 

More Tests[edit]

Hi, Hytar. Sorry for the late reply as work commitments have been preventing me from committing my time to get back to you on the colour scheme discussion. I have taken note of the colours you have suggested for change, so let's discuss this further.

These are the current colours of both Barisan and Pakatan Parties that are being used in the results page of both the parliament and state assemblies (please note that I have used these colours since the Sarawak state elections in 2011):

Barisan -  #B0CEFF  PKR -  #74E4D5  DAP -  #FFB6B6  PAS -  #CCFFCC 

Here is an example of a colours being used in the results table(I have used the for examples of the leaders and their respective parties, adding links to the individuals, coalitions and parties):

# Constituency Winner Party Votes Opponent(s) Party(ies) Votes Majority Incumbent
BN 1 | PR 3 | Independent 0
P85 Pekan Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak BN-UMNO 51,278 Mohd Fariz Musa PR–PKR 15,665 35,613 Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak
(BN-UMNO)
P43 Bagan Lim Guan Eng PR–DAP 46,466 Chua Teik Siang BN–MCA 12,307 34,159 Lim Guan Eng
(PRDAP)
Lim Kim Chu IND 328
P44 Permatang Pauh Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim PR–PKR 37,090 Mazlan Ismail BN–UMNO 25,369 11,721 Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim
(PRPKR)
Abdullah Zawawi Samsudin IND 201
P37 Marang Dato' Seri Haji Abdul Hadi Awang PR–PAS 42,984 Yahya Khatib Mohamad BN–UMNO 37,860 5,124 Dato' Seri Haji Abdul Hadi Awang
(PRPAS)

In my opinion I don't see it necessary to change the colours to accommodate red or broken links or even to highlight the different coalitions listed using the red font.

Regarding using the following colours for the independent parties:

STAR -  #ECCEF2  SAPP -  #F2F2CE 

I am in agreement with these two new colours. My opinion here is that SAPP's colour needs a bit of a tweak in terms of brightness.

Now you have provided a different set of colours you wish to used to comply with the accessibility guidelines:

Barisan -  #CED4F2  PKR -  #CEF2F2  DAP -  #F2CECE  PAS -  #CEF2CE 

Let's see how these colours will look like in a results table setting:

# Constituency Winner Party Votes Opponent(s) Party(ies) Votes Majority Incumbent
BN 1 | PR 3 | Independent 0
P85 Pekan Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak BN-UMNO 51,278 Mohd Fariz Musa PR–PKR 15,665 35,613 Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak
(BN-UMNO)
P43 Bagan Lim Guan Eng PR–DAP 46,466 Chua Teik Siang BN–MCA 12,307 34,159 Lim Guan Eng
(PRDAP)
Lim Kim Chu IND 328
P44 Permatang Pauh Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim PR–PKR 37,090 Mazlan Ismail BN–UMNO 25,369 11,721 Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim
(PRPKR)
Abdullah Zawawi Samsudin IND 201
P37 Marang Dato' Seri Haji Abdul Hadi Awang PR–PAS 42,984 Yahya Khatib Mohamad BN–UMNO 37,860 5,124 Dato' Seri Haji Abdul Hadi Awang
(PRPAS)

Personally I see a lot of differences especially contrasts between the BN, PAS and PKR colours, not so on DAP. From afar of maybe a distance of 1 metre your eyes might think that the PAS and PKR colours are similar unless you take a closer look. What do you think so far of the differences? Like you said before that it might be your monitor or your eyes playing tricks. But like I said before these present colours have been utilised since 2011.

Also thank you for highlighting the changes being made to the parliament results page. I will be removing the notes column(I can't believe why people would include that since we have already have an incumbent column) and reverting and changing the colours to what will be agreed upon in finalisation of our discussion. This is after get some time from work.

Getting back to our discussion, let's summarise the colours that have been suggested so far.

The original colours used for the 4 main parties in previous templates are:

Barisan -  #B0CEFF  PKR -  #74E4D5  DAP -  #FFB6B6  PAS -  #CCFFCC 

The second set of colours suggested that you have suggested are:

Barisan -  #CED4F2  PKR -  #CEF2F2  DAP -  #F2CECE  PAS -  #CEF2CE 

Finally the 3rd set of colours suggested are:

BN -  #C0CAF2  PKR -  #CAF2F2  DAP -  #F2C0C0  PAS -  #C0F2C0 

These are how the 3rd set of suggested colours will look in the table.

# Constituency Winner Party Votes Opponent(s) Party(ies) Votes Majority Incumbent
BN 1 | PR 3 | Independent 0
P85 Pekan Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak BN-UMNO 51,278 Mohd Fariz Musa PR–PKR 15,665 35,613 Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak
(BN-UMNO)
P43 Bagan Lim Guan Eng PR–DAP 46,466 Chua Teik Siang BN–MCA 12,307 34,159 Lim Guan Eng
(PRDAP)
Lim Kim Chu IND 328
P44 Permatang Pauh Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim PR–PKR 37,090 Mazlan Ismail BN–UMNO 25,369 11,721 Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim
(PRPKR)
Abdullah Zawawi Samsudin IND 201
P37 Marang Dato' Seri Haji Abdul Hadi Awang PR–PAS 42,984 Yahya Khatib Mohamad BN–UMNO 37,860 5,124 Dato' Seri Haji Abdul Hadi Awang
(PRPAS)

I am in support of using these colours:

BN -  #C0CAF2  PKR -  #CEF2F2  DAP -  #FFB6B6  PAS -  #C0F2C0 

I would retain one of the originals and use 3 new ones that have been suggested by you.

As for the colours to be used for the other parties, I am in full support for their implementation. I wouldn't have chosen them in the first place, but for the present it should be suitable:

SAPP -  #F2F2CA  STAR -  #E8C0F2  BERJASA -  #CAE2CA  SWP -  #E2E2C0  KITA -  #F2DAC0  PCM -  #CADAE2  PSM -  #E2CAE2  MUPP -  #F2DADA 

I saw in one of the results pages that they are using this colour for independents:

IND -  #CCCCCC 

Do you with this colour scheme or we should leave this as blank?

If there is an agreement here, how about doing a test run using these colours on the following page: Members of the Dewan Rakyat, 12th Malaysian Parliament. I was half-way through with fixing this page and adding the individual component parties.