Turkey: Least popular 10 parties at the elections

Turkey: Least popular 10 parties at the elections
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The Communist Party of Turkey and the national socialist Patriotic Party are among the 10 worst performers at the parliamentary elections in Turkey.

The Innovation Party (YP) in Turkey became the least popular party among 24 parties that competed at the parliamentary elections on 14 May. The party received 0.02% of the total vote.

It was followed by the National Path and the Communist Movement of Turkey (TKH), both with 0.03%.

The Solidarity Party (GBP) is the fourth least popular with 0.05%, followed by the Kemalist nationalist Justice Union Party (AB) with 0.06%, the Kurdish nationalist Rights and Freedoms Party (Hak Par) with 0.08%, the far right Nation Party (MP) with 0.08%.

The national socialist Patriotic Party (VP), whose leader could not qualify for the presidential race after failing to pass the threshold of required signatures, received 0.1% of the vote.

The Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) received 0.12%.

The total of around 358,000 votes received by the 10 worst-performing parties constitute 0.67% of the total votes cast at the elections, which was led by the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) with 35.6%, followed by main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) with 25.3%.