The educated working as well as middle/upper class of Pakistan has always considered politics as a dirty business. Resultantly, politics was left to the politicians who were supported by the uneducated class, mostly. I know many (myself included) who would prefer to sleep or while away time on things more (read less) important, than to go out and vote and perform this National duty. We would sleep late, watch TV, watch movies, listen to music and do just about everything except vote, off course. Resultantly, the voter turnout was always low and very few ended up deciding the fate of everyone. Come elections 2013, and everything changed. Why? Because of Imran Khan off course. Because in him, people saw a ray of hope. The educated class had faith in him and knew only he could take them out of this quagmire. So did Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf win or loose?
Here is a wonderful app that shows the map of Pakistan with various constituencies marked by colored bullets. Not only that, a drop down menu lets you select any National Assembly constituency and see its details, the candidates of major parties, their names and winners of last two elections in that area. If you click on a particular bullet on the map, it will show similar results in a small window. And you can also search area wise, using the drop down menu which shows all the districts of Pakistan. With density filter you can choose to see various stats in graphical form, like area, population and voters. Please click here to access the page.