We Ask Indians How They Feel the Election Outcome Will Affect Their Lives
As the Narendra Modi-led BJP looks unstoppable in its victory, we ask around to see what people have to say.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Is Set to Come Back to Power Even Stronger
His re-election is said to be even more historic than his right-wing party’s landslide victory during the 2014 elections, because it's the first time a non-Congress prime minister has returned to power.
Inside the Lives of Workers Who Thrive on India’s Election Economy
From the taxi drivers and sound guys to the ones who print posters and compose political jingles, these unsung heroes are the most vital part of the world's biggest democratic exercise.
Five Things To Know About Australia’s Election Results
As the country attempts to get its head around what happened last night, we are offering up a few bite-sized takeaways to get you through a day of political small talk.
Young Australians Talk Climate Change, Immigration, Indigenous Affairs and more
In the lead up to Australia’s Federal Election, VICE invites people with a broad range of experiences and expertise to discuss the most pressing issues of our nation.
Political Rallies in the Indian Heartland Are Often Just a Family’s Day Out
We tag along with an 80-member family to know why a collective show of support for their politician of choice is important.
Here’s How Young Filipino Voters Feel About The Election Results
As the Philippine midterm elections come to a close, we ask young Filipino voters how they feel about the results, and what they think comes next.
After Philippine Midterm Elections, ‘Migrate’ Queries Spike on Google
It looks like some Filipinos were so unhappy with the election results that they were ready to move ASAP.
Duterte’s Allies Dominate Unofficial Results in Philippine Senatorial Race
The results echo President Rodrigo Duterte's enduring popularity, as no opposition candidate manages to make it through.
'I Held Back Tears': Young Filipinos Vote in Divisive Midterm Election
Young voters from across the country expressed mixed emotions of frustration and hope, as they cast their ballots in an election seen as a referendum on President Rodrigo Duterte and his policies.
Cheat Sheet: All You Need to Know about the Philippine Midterm Elections
Duterte isn’t running, but this election is seen as a referendum on his presidency.
This Political Party Is Offering Free Gold, Half-Price Alcohol and Goats on Eid If it Wins
“70 percent of people drink liquor only when they’re sad, and want to lift up their night after a hard day. Robbing these sad people is cruel.”