Indian Politics – Unipolar to Bipolar to Multipolar to Unipolar?

Decreasing differences between winner and runner-up vote share

1951 LSE – Winner (44.99%) | Runner-up (3.29%)

1957 LSE – Winner (47.78%) | Runner-up (8.92%)

1962 LSE – Winner (44.72%) | Runner-up (9.94%)

1967 LSE – Winner (40.78%) | Runner-up (8.67%)

1971 LSE – Winner (43.68%) | Runner-up (5.12%)

1977 LSE – Winner (41.32%) | Runner-up (34.52%)

1980 LSE – Winner (42.69%) | Runner-up (9.39%)

1984 LSE – Winner (48.12%) | Runner-up (5.71%)

1989 LSE – Winner (39.53%) | Runner-up (17.79%)

1991 LSE – Winner (36.4%) | Runner-up (20.07%)

1996 LSE – Winner (28.8%) | Runner-up (20.29%)

1998 LSE – Winner (25.82%) | Runner-up (25.59%)

1999 LSE – Winner (28.3%) | Runner-up (23.75%)

2004 LSE – Winner (26.53%) | Runner-up (22.16%)

2009 LSE – Winner (28.55%) | Runner-up (18.8%)

2014 LSE – Winner (31.34%) | Runner-up (19.52%)

2019 LSE – Winner (37.7%) | Runner-up (19.67%)

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