Irish cities by future population

Election calculus simulator based on the modified D'Hondt method

Calculator developed according to the D'Hondt method by Isaac Roca for ICON.

Data input

Dublin: 1045769

Cork: 190384

Limerick: 90757

Galway: 72729

Waterford: 49213

Drogheda: 35090

Dundalk: 35085

Swords: 33998

Bray: 31901

Navan: 24851

Ennis: 24253

Tralee: 22744

Kilkenny: 22179

Carlow: 20724

Naas: 20044

Sligo: 19402

Newbridge: 18520

Mullingar: 18416

Wexford: 18163

Letterkenny: 17586

Athlone: 17544

Celbridge: 17262

Clonmel: 17008

Balbriggan: 15559

Malahide: 14937

Leixlip: 14676

Portlaoise: 14613

Killarney: 14603

Greystones: 14569

Tullamore: 12927

Carrigaline: 12835

Castlebar: 11891

Arklow: 11759

Cobh: 11303

Maynooth: 10715

Ballina: 10409

Mallow: 10241

Wicklow: 10070

Midleton: 10048

There are seats to assign.

Optional fields

To gain representation a party must have (at least) a % of the votes.

The electoral roll registers people. [abstention calculus]

Blank: votes.   Spoilt: votes.

Candidatures

Results

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