MANILA, Philippines - This map shows the number of Precinct Optical Scanner (PCOS) machines assigned to each region, province, city & municipality during the 2013 Philippine national and local elections.
Drag the time lapse bar from left to right to view snapshots at particular points of the transmission process. On default, the national view of the map shows data summarized at regional levels. Click on the menu to view summaries for provinces and cities.
The map shows the final snapshot on default. The bluest parts of the map in the final snapshot are the regions, cities and municipalities where almost all of the machines assigned were able to successfully transmit results directly to the Comelec Transparency Server.
Unfortunately, results from around 24% of clustered precincts did not make it into this system. Critical points of interest below:
Click here for the snapshot of the map after 12 midnight of May 14, a little over 6 hours after polling precincts officially closed.
Click here for the status of the map 24 hours after the precincts closed.
A number of areas in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) remained red, indicating that less than 40 % of machines in those areas were able to electronically transmit results. Click here to zoom in and see which provinces in the ARMM failed to electronically transmit results.
In the National Capital Region, Taguig City stands out for being pink. This means almost half of the machines assigned to the city failed to electronically transmit results. Click here to zoom in.
DISCLAIMER: Results obtained via the Transparency Server are considered PARTIAL and UNOFFICIAL. This stream of data is derived from the third transmission a counting machine makes after it has tallied results for each precinct. The OFFICIAL RESULTS, which are used as basis for proclamations, are those transmitted by the same voting machines to the Municipal Board of Canvassers and eventually to the National Board of Canvassers.