We already know the generic data on how the elections went and which party received the most votes. But delving a little deeper into the matter, and shelling out the data, we know what the results were by districts and census sections, that is, we are going to detail which party was voted for according to the electoral college and how many votes it obtained.
Before that, it should be noted, compared to four years ago, that the electoral data for Xàbia have turned around. The red color for the majority of the PSOE is still in force, but on this occasion, not by an absolute majority, since it has obtained 9 councillors, 2 less than in 2019.
The victory of the Socialist Party is shaded in blue as the Popular Party obtained a total of 8 councillors, three more than in the previous elections, and remaining 34 votes behind to match the PSOE.
It is clear that if we base ourselves on neighborhoods or areas in Xàbia, each of them usually has priority for one party or another, with the PSOE being the one that continues to maintain the majority of votes in most neighborhoods, but even so, in these elections has lost votes.
It must also be taken into account that the entry of a new political force this year in the municipal elections with VOX, has caused the voting marker to turn around again.
Now, waiting to know who will govern the next legislature, the Javea Town Hall It will be made up of 21 councilors from the following parties: PSOE, PP, Ciudadanos por Jávea, Compromís and VOX.
But let's find out, which party has been the most voted in each electoral college and how many votes has it obtained?
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