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121 (of the 242) seats in the House of Councillors
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Leader Banri Kaieda Shinzō Abe
Party Democratic Liberal Democratic
Last election 106 seats
39.0% (prefectural)
31.6% (proportional)
84 seats
33.4% (prefectural)
24.1% (proportional)
Current seats 85 84
Seats needed Increase16 Increase38

 

 

Single-member districts

Single-member districts for the House of Councillors often play a crucial role for the overall outcome of a regular election as they can be swung completely with relatively little change in popular vote whereas the SNTV multi-member districts and the proportional seats are usually shared between ruling camp and opposition. In the 2007 Councillors election, the single-member districts were won by 6 members from the then ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and 23 members of the DPJ-led opposition. In 2010, the LDP picked up seven seats in single-member districts.

Incumbents, party affiliations and some already declared candidates are:

DistrictIncumbentPartyNotesAnnounced candidates
(incomplete and subject to change until official campaign start)
Aomori Kōji Hirayama PLP Elected as a Democrat Kōji Hirayama (PLP)
Motome Takisawa (L)
Rina Hatano (YP)
Yō Yoshimata (JCP)
Akihiro Ishida (HRP)
Iwate Tatsuo Hirano D   Toshinobu Sekine (PLP)
Harumi Yoshida (D)
Shin'ichi Tanaka (L)
Yukio Kikuchi (JCP)
Keiko Takahashi (HRP)
Akita Daigo Matsuura D   Daigo Matsuura (D)
Matsuji Nakaizumi (L)
Yoshio Satake (JCP)
Akira Nishino (HRP)
Yamagata Yasue Funayama Green Wind Elected as a Democrat Yasue Funayama (Green Wind – D[12])
Mizuho Ōnuma (L)
Toshio Ōta (JCP)
Ryōta Shirotori (HRP)
Fukushima
(currently 2MD, reapportionment)
Emi Kaneko D   Masako Mori (L)
Emi Kaneko (D)
Tomo Iwanaga (JCP)
Yōko Endō (SDP)
Hidemitsu Sakai (HRP)
Masako Mori L  
Tochigi Hiroyuki Tani D   Hiroyuki Tani (D)
Katsunori Takahashi (L)
Kazunori Koike (JCP)
Mitsuharu Sugiura (HRP)
Gunma Ichita Yamamoto L   Ichita Yamamoto (L)
Fujiko Kagaya (D)
Setsuko Tanahashi (JCP)
(HRP)
Toyama Takashi Morita I Elected for the PNP with Democratic endorsement, retires Shigeru Dōko (L)
Wataru Takahashi (JCP)
Kaoru Yoshida (HRP)
Ishikawa Yasuo Ichikawa D   Yasuo Ichikawa (D)
Shūji Yamada (L)
Ryōsuke Kameda (JCP)
Satoshi Miyamoto (Happy)
Fukui Ryūji Matsumura L Retires Hirofumi Takinami (L)
Toshikazu Fujino (D)
Kazuo Yamada (JCP)
Yasuyuki Shirakawa (HRP)
Yamanashi Harunobu Yonenaga YP[13] Elected as a Democrat Harunobu Yonenaga (YP)
Hiroshi Moriya (L)
Takehiro Sakaguchi (I – D)
Akiko Endō (JCP)
Shigeki Aoki (I)
Jōtarō Tanabe(HRP)
Gifu
(currently 2MD, reapportionment)
vacant, last held by Takao Fujii (JRP, elected as an independent, later temporarily rejoined L) Yasutada Ōno (L)
Masanori Suzuki (JCP)
Yukihiko Kanō (HRP)
Kenji Hirata D Retires
Mie Chiaki Takahashi D   Chiaki Takahashi (D)
Yūmi Yoshikawa (L)
Hirotsugu Fukao (JRP)
Tamihide Nakagawa (JCP)
Shintarō Ōtsu (I)
Shunsuke Ogawa (HRP)
Shiga Hisashi Tokunaga D   Hisashi Tokunaga (D)
Takeshi Ninoyu (L)
Ikuo Tsubota (JCP)
Masashi Arakawa (HRP)
Nara vacant, last held by Tetsuji Nakamura (PLP, elected as a Democrat) Ikuo Horii (L)
Nobuaki Yamamoto (JRP)
Kazuhiro Tanigawa (JCP)
Takako Tanaka (HRP)
Wakayama Hiroshige Sekō L   Hiroshige Sekō (L)
Yasuhisa Hara (JCP)
Miyako Kubo
Tottori Yoshihiro Kawakami D   Yoshihiro Kawakami (D)
Shōji Maitachi (L)
Naoyuki Iwanaga (JCP)
Yuriko Yoshioka (HRP)
Shimane Akiko Kamei Green Wind Elected for the PNP with Democratic endorsement Akiko Kamei (Green Wind – D)
Saburō Shimada (L)
Shin'ichi Mukose (JCP)
Setsuko Ikeda (HRP)
Okayama vacant, last held by Yumiko Himei (TPJ, elected as a Democrat) Masahiro Ishii (L)
Kyōmi Kakiuchi (JCP)
SonoeYasuhara (HRP)
Yamaguchi Yoshimasa Hayashi L   Yoshimasa Hayashi (L)
Naoko Fujii (C)
Miwako Kawai (HRP)
Tokushima Tomoji Nakatani D   Tomoji Nakatani (D)
Tōru Miki (L)
Kyōko Kamimura (C)
Yuka Komatsu (HRP)
Kagawa Emiko Uematsu I (DPJ group member)   Emiko Uematsu (I)
Shingo Miyake (L)
Ken'ichi Tanabe (JCP)
Rie Nakanishi (HRP)
Ehime vacant, last held by Toshirō Tomochika (TPJ, elected as an independent, later D) Takumi Ihara (L)
Masakatsu Ueki (JCP)
(HRP)
Kōchi Norio Takeuchi D   Norio Takeuchi (D)
Kōjirō Takano (L)
Yuriko Hamakawa (JCP)
Tsuyoshi Hashizume (HRP)
Saga Minoru Kawasaki I Elected as a Democrat, retires[15] Yūhei Yamashita (L)
Kazunori Aoki (D)
Yasutoshi Kamimura (JCP)
Tōru Nakashima (HRP)
Nagasaki Yukishige Ōkubo D   Yukishige Ōkubo (D)
Yūichirō Koga (L)
Toshihiko Haraguchi (JCP)
Kiyoto Yamada (HRP)
Kumamoto Nobuo Matsuno D   Nobuo Matsuno (D)
Seishi Baba (L)
Nobuhiro Yamamoto (JCP)
Takashi Morita (HRP)
Ōita Yōsuke Isozaki L   Yōsuke Isozaki (L)
Kai Yamashita (JCP)
Atsuko Ueda (HRP)
Miyazaki vacant, last held by Itsuki Toyama (TPJ, elected as an independent, later D) Makoto Nagamine (L)
Seiichirō Dōkyū (D)
Kazuhito Raijū (JCP)
Ichirō Kōno (HRP)
Kagoshima Yoshito Kajiya L   Hidehisa Otsuji (L)
Satoko Iwashige (JRP)
Hiroshi Noguchi (JCP)
Isao Matsuzawa (HRP)
Okinawa Keiko Itokazu I/OSMP Elected formally as an independent with Democratic endorsement Keiko Itokazu (I)
Masaaki Asato (L)
Tatsurō Kinjō (HRP)

 Opinion polling for proportional seats


In the run up to the election, various organizations are conducting opinion polls to gauge voting intentions for the available proportional seats. Polls are listed in chronological order, showing the oldest first.
Date Institute        
LDP DPJ JRP NKP YP PLP JCP U/O
9-10 March TBS/JNN 37.5% 8.1% 3.6% 2.2% 2.7% - 2.2% 43.7%
23-24 March Fuji News Network 41.8% 5.3% 9.6% - 4.7% - - -
April Kyodo News 48.2% 6.7% 10.4% 3.9% 4.5% 0.5% 3.2% 22.6%
18-19 May Kyodo News 44.4% 6.8% 5.7% 4.4% 5.2% 0.3% 3.1% 30.1%
1-2 June Kyodo News 44.6% 7.9% 4.5% 6.4% 4.0% 0.3% 2.6% 29.7%

 

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