Nikol Pashinyan’s political party lost the trust of more than 197,000 citizens, compared with the parliamentary elections held in December 2018.
Based on the data provided by the Central Electoral Commission of Armenia, out of the 2,595,334 citizens with suffrage, 1,282,411 citizens (49.4%) participated in the elections.
Out of all the voters, 687,414 cast their votes in favor of Civil Contract Party.
During the snap parliamentary elections held in 2018, there were a total of 2,593,140 citizens with suffrage, of which 1,261,105 citizens participated in the vote.
Out of those citizens, 884,864 citizens voted for the ‘My Step’ bloc.
This means that after 3 years, 197,450 less citizens voted for Nikol Pashinyan.
In essence, Nikol Pashinyan’s political party garnered 26.5% of the votes of citizens with suffrage during these elections (the political party garnered 34.1% in 2018).