Seats are calculated by first dividing a province’s valid votes by the number of seats on offer. For example, 12,000 votes for Phnom Penh’s 12 seats gives a “quotient” of 1,000.
In the first round of calculations, parties receive one seat for every “quotient,” e.g. 5,500 votes would give five seats for the previous example.
The remaining seats are then allocated one by one to the party with the most votes after dividing their vote counts by the number of seats they’ve so far been allocated plus one. For example, the party of the previous example would have a score of 5,500 ÷ 6 for round two.
|Beehive Social Democratic Party
|Cambodia Indigenous Peoples Democracy Party
|Cambodian Nationality Party
|Cambodian People’s Party
|Cambodian Youth Party
|Democracy Power Party
|Ekpheap Cheat Khmer Party
|Grassroots Democratic Party
|Khmer Anti-Poverty Party
|Khmer Conservative Party
|Khmer Economic Development Party
|Khmer National United Party
|Khmer United Party
|People Purpose Party
|Women for Women Party