PNM wins T&T elections with 23 seats

PNM logoPNM is now predicted to take 23 of the 41 seats in the Trinidad and Tobago in today’s general elections. They are leading in 23 seats at 12 pm in the twin island state with more than 50 percent of the votes counted.
Most pollsters predicted the PNM would take the elections within the range of victory now that seems likely. A few pollster called it wrong for the winner. The election outcome is essentially based on racial origin of the population with the PNM winning mostly in areas with black population and the UNC winning in the centre of the country with mostly Indian population. The outgoing government in 2010 won 29 out of the 41 seats that make up the parliament.

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