Kari Region 2 coalition increased its votes by 1,900. PPP did by 3,500. Region 3 coalition up 3,600 PPP up by 6,900. Region 5 coalition up by 1,400 PPP up by 3,100. Region 6 coalition LOST 100 votes, PPP up by 7,100.
You know Guyana so tell me what your conclusion is. Take into account that as the African/mixed vote increased significantly in Regions 4, 7 and 10 there is no reason why it wouldn't have also increased in other regions in Guyana. Note that African and mixed people account for 40% of the Region 5 population.
Basically the PPP was able to use the Moses factor to gain votes in its heartland. I can only think of that as a reason why it reversed its trend of declining votes, and added almost 30k more voters in the coastal regions than it received in 2011. They definitely didn't get more popular in that 3 year period.