These tables show that across all parties only 18.96% of titular candidates, 25.69% of alternate candidates and 22.55% of both titular and alternate candidates are women. The low levels of women's representation amongst titular candidates and the slightly higher levels amongst alternate candidates suggests that many parties still consider women as second rate to men.
The smaller political parties have the highest percentages of titular candidates that are women, with the KEDP having 44.44%, the RDP 35.58% and the KAPP 25.41%. FUNCINPEC and the CNRP have the lowest percentage of titular candidates that are women at 9.76% each. The number of women representatives as alternate candidates are higher for all parties with three parties having over 30% women's representation. Of these three parties, the KEDP has the highest, with 55.56% women's representation. FUNCINPEC and the CNRP remain at the bottom of the list, each with only 13.48% of alternate candidates being women