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BJP won 40 of the total 90 seats - a fall of 7 seats from the 2014 election. Congress came in second: it won 31 seats, an increase of 16 from the previous election. JJP lagged further behind: it won 10 seats, an increase of 10 from the previous election. INLD had the fifth highest tally: it won 1 seats, from 19 in the previous election.
BJP's voteshare was 36.5%, an increase of 3.3% from the previous election. Congress had 28.1% voteshare: an increase of 7.5% from the previous election. Others had 18.1% voteshare: a fall of 4.0% from the previous election. JJP had 14.8% voteshare: an increase of 14.8% from the previous election. INLD had 2.4% voteshare: a fall of 21.7% from the previous election.
BJP performed much better in urban areas compared to rural areas. It secured 41.9% of the urban vote, compared to 33.5% of the rural vote. This translated to 20 out of 31 urban seats and 20 out of 59 rural seats.
There was significant regional variation in election results in Haryana. The BJP did particularly well in South Haryana, winning 15/23 of the seats. In comparison, the region of Eastern Haryana saw a relatively more competitive race. Here, the BJP won 8/28 of the seats.
The regional breakdown of seats is shown in the tables below, sorted by the strongest to weakest areas of the BJP.
|region||Total Seats||BJP Seats||INC Seats||INLD Seats||JJP Seats||Others Seats|
|Western Haryana Plains||21||8||4||1||5||3|
Additionally, the regional breakdown of voteshare is shown in the tables below.
|region||BJP Vote%||INC Vote%||INLD Vote%||JJP Vote%||Others Vote%|
|Western Haryana Plains||33.2||22.4||3.4||23.5||17.5|