With Lok Sabha elections around the corner, it’s not surprising to see political enthusiasts staying glued to the television or internet screen to keep track of the election related news. Whether it’s the print media, online sites, or television, analysts and reporters rely on electoral geography to cover vital poll related issues. Reporters using interactive India maps have an edge over those using mediocre maps because it’s easier for the audience to comprehend the facts when they are presented on a map.
From exit polls to live election coverage; post-election debates to comparative analysis of the results for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in 2014, reporters and analysts will find editable maps as effective tools to show how the vote banks are behaving. An editable map allows you to pull apart each constituency and regroup them based on the results. Whether you want to show the constituencies won by a single party, compare percentage of voters, or analyze post-election scenarios, putting together an impressive data graphic becomes a breeze with vector maps.
Our 45-slide India map set includes detailed maps of individual states with their capital cities. It’s easy to customize the maps by changing the colors, add text and statistics, and pin point locations.
This example shows how you can use our map to highlight the poll dates and constituencies.
Use our calendar template to to highlight campaign schedules of various political parties and contestants, poll dates and any other important dates related to 2014 Indian Elections.
This example shows the state wise of Aam Aadmi Party candidates in the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections.
Create a rich opinion poll results graphic using our editable pie charts and graphs.