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Presidential election: Break-up of votes polled

The break-up of the votes cast in the July 19 presidential polls in which ruling UPA nominee Pranab Mukherjee emerged the winner.

Among MPs' votes, Mukherjee bagged 527 to opposition-backed P.A. Sangma's 206, while 15 votes were declared invalid. The value of each MP's vote is 708.

There were 4,120 assembly members eligible to vote. The value of a legislator's vote is variable depending on the population of the state the member represents.

Here is the statewise break-up of votes:

In Congress-ruled Andhra Pradesh - Pranab got 182 votes, compared to three votes for Sangma. The value of each vote is 148

In Congress-ruled Arunachal Pradesh, Mukherjee got 54 votes to Sangma's two, with the value of each vote at 8

In Congress-ruled Assam, Mukherjee got 110 votes to Sangma's 13, with the value of each vote at 116

In Janata Dal-United-Bharatiya Janata Party coalition-ruled Bihar, Mukherjee got 146 votes, to Sangma's 90. The value of each vote is 173

In BJP-ruled Chhattisgarh, Mukherjee got 39 votes, to Sangma's 50, with the value of each vote at 129

In Congress-ruled Delhi, Mukherjee got 45 votes compared to 23 for Sangma. The value of each vote is 58

In BJP-ruled Goa, Mukherjee got 9 votes to Sangma's 31. The value of each vote is 20

In BJP-ruled Gujarat, Mukherjee got 59 votes, to Sangma's 123. The value of each vote is 147

In Congress-ruled Haryana, Mukherjee got 53 votes, to Sangma's 29 - the value of each vote is 112

In BJP-ruled Himachal Pradesh, Mukherjee got 23 votes to Sangma's 14 and the value of each vote is 51

In National Conference-Congress coalition-ruled Jammu and Kashmir, Mukherjee got 68 votes to 15 for Sangma. The value of each vote is 72

In BJP-Jharkhand Mukti Morcha coalition-ruled Jharkhand, Mukherjee got 60 votes to Sangma's 20. The value of each vote is 76

In BJP-ruled Karnataka, Mukherjee got 117 votes to 103 for Sangma. The value of each vote is 131

In Congress-led UDF-ruled Kerala, Mukherjee got 124 votes, while Sangma failed to win any vote. The value of each vote is 152

In BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh, Mukherjee got 74 votes compared to Sangma's 149. The value of each vote is 131

In Congress-Nationalist Congress Party coalition-ruled Maharashtra, Mukherjee got 225 votes to Sangma's 47. The value of each vote is 175

In Congress-ruled Manipur, Mukherjee got 58 votes to Sangma's single vote. The value of each vote is 18

In Congress-ruled Mizoram, Mukherjee got 32 votes to Sangma's 7 and the value of each vote is 8

In Congress-ruled Meghalaya, Mukherjee got 34 votes to 23 for Sangma. The value of each vote is 17

In Congress-ruled Nagaland, Mukherjee got 58, while Sangma failed to win any votes. The value of each vote is nine

In Biju Janata Dal-ruled Odisha, Mukherjee got 26 votes to 115 for Sangma, with the value of each vote at 149

In Akali Dal-BJP- coalition ruled Punjab, Mukherjee got 44 votes to 70 for Sangma, with the value of each vote at 116

In Congress-ruled Rajasthan, Mukherjee got 113 votes to 85 for Sangma, with the value of each vote at 129

In Sikkim Democratic Front-ruled Sikkim, Mukherjee got 28 votes to one for Sangma, with the value of each vote at 7

In AIADMK-ruled Tamil Nadu, Mukherjee got 45 votes to 149 for Sangma. The value of each vote is 176

In Communist Party of India-Marxist-ruled Tripura, Mukherjee got 56 votes to one for Sangma; the value of each vote is 26

In Congress-ruled Uttarakhand, Mukherjee got 39 votes to 30 for Sangma, with the value of each vote at 64

In Samajwadi Party-ruled Uttar Pradesh, Mukerjee got 352 votes, way more than Sangma's 46 votes. The value of each vote is 208

In Trinamool Congress-Congress coalition ruled West Bengal, Mukherjee got 275 votes compared to just three for Sangma. The value of each vote is 151

In All India NR Congress-ruled Puducherry, Mukherjee got 23 votes to 5 for Sangma, with the value of each vote at 16

Pranab Mukherjee 713,763 votes, while Sangma got 315,987

The value of the invalid votes is 18,221

About 95 percent of the 4,896 electorate exercised their franchise on July 19 to elect India's 13th president at polling centres set up at Parliament House and in 30 other states and union territories.

The president is elected by an electoral college of MPs and members of state assemblies.

All MPs except those nominated to parliament are eligible to vote. There are 776 MPs.

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