FINAL FORECAST: General Election Sri Lanka 2020 - Numbers.lk
Between 20th July to 27th July 2020 numbers.lk conducted an online poll asking Sri Lankans how they are going to vote in the upcoming 2020 General Election. According to the results, SLPP will win a majority of the parliament with 117-131 seats, SJB will get 57 - 74 seats.
05 August, 2020 | 19:46 p.m.
Between 20th July to 27th July 2020 numbers.lk conducted an online poll asking Sri Lankans how they are going to vote in the upcoming 2020 General Election. 1,844 clean responses have collected during the specified time period. The row data has been analyzed and sampled according to numbers.lk election polling methodology.
According to the results, SLPP will win a majority of the parliament with 119 (117-131) seats, SJB will get 67 (57 - 74) seats and NMPP(NPP) will end up winning 12 (3-14) seats. UNP is expected to win 6 (1-10) seats with Illankai Tamil Arasu Kachchi winning 17 seats.
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