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LS polls: Varanasi sees 35 percent polling till 1 pm

May 12, 2014

LS polls: Varanasi sees 35 percent polling till 1 pm

35.3 percent polling was reported till 1 pm. Higher polling was reported from rural areas while voting in urban areas were relatively low, a senior election official said. #Uttar Pradesh #Congress #BJP #Narendra Modi #Voter turnout #Varanasi #Polling #Lok Sabha elections 2014 #Ajay Rai
LS polls: Record voter turnout of 76.01% in second last round

May 07, 2014

LS polls: Record voter turnout of 76.01% in second last round

The Election Commission said the country surpassed its highest ever voter turnout of 64 per cent in 1984. In 2009 Lok Sabha polls, the turnout was 75.86 per cent. #India #Lok Sabha elections 2014 #polling percentage #Record voter turnout
WB sees 73% voter turnout by 3pm despite occasional violence

May 07, 2014

WB sees 73% voter turnout by 3pm despite occasional violence

Central security forces have been deployed across all booths in the Maoist belt along with Bomb disposal squads, road opening parties and anti-landmine vehicles #Politics #India #Voter turnout #West Bengal #Lok Sabha elections 2014 #polling day
Elections 2014 likely to see record voter turnout

May 06, 2014

Elections 2014 likely to see record voter turnout

The country has added over 23 million people in the 18-19 age group to voter rolls this time. This group now constitutes about 3 percent of total voters, against 0.75 percent in 2009. #Politics #India #NewsTracker #Voter turnout #Lok Sabha elections 2014 #polling day #record turnout
Elections 2014: High voter turnout = Modi wave? Not really

May 03, 2014

Elections 2014: High voter turnout = Modi wave? Not really

Unlike a 'Modi wave', which is an abstract concept, the voter turnout is actually quantifiable as can be seen in the chart above. And yet it remains one of the most hotly discussed subjects among political pundits. #Politics #India #Narendra Modi #Voter turnout #Indira Gandhi #Lok Sabha elections 2014 #Modi wave #Praveen Chakravarty

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Why Mumbai's middle class just lost its right to criticise the govt

Apr 24, 2014

Why Mumbai's middle class just lost its right to criticise the govt

By and large, Mumbaikars, except those who live in the slums, have lost the right to express displeasure on TV shows, Facebook, Twitter or anywhere else, over issues of governance. #Congress #BJP #Mumbai #NCP #AAP #Mumbai Elections #Mumbai voter turn-out #Mumbai's middle class #Mumbai's slum vote
LS polls: Best indicator of voter reform efforts would be in the turnout

Apr 07, 2014

LS polls: Best indicator of voter reform efforts would be in the turnout

Since we hear it being said from every corner that this is a tightly fought election, the best indicator this voter reform efforts would be in the turn out. If more come out to vote, the more vibrant this democracy becomes. #Voter turnout #Election Commission #Democracy #EC #Polling #Lok Sabha elections 2014 #NOTA #Voter reforms

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LS polls: Best indicator of voter reform efforts would be in the turnout

Jul 21, 2014

Study: Voters on track for record-low turnout in 2014

Study says voter turnout was down in 15 of 25 states that have held primaries so far in 2014...
LS polls: Best indicator of voter reform efforts would be in the turnout

Jul 22, 2014

Campaign Finance: Kay Hagan Sidesteps Democratic Party Turmoil in North Carolina

The Democratic Party of Wake County has taken the lead in fund-raising and voter turnout in the Senate race... #North Carolina #U.S. Democratic Party #Kay Hagan #Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
LS polls: Best indicator of voter reform efforts would be in the turnout

Jul 18, 2014

Midterm Calculus: Taking a Spin: Republicans Raid Democratic-Leaning States

As this week’s random simulation of our election model shows, the G.O.P. could win the Senate even with a big turnout of black voters... #North Carolina #U.S. Democratic Party #Kay Hagan #Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee