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The report examines the effect nonprofit service providers have on raising voter turnout rates of otherwise low turnout populations when asking their clients to register or pledge to vote.
In the combined statistics of all the five phases, 59 per cent women exercised their franchise while meneIUs turnout was 53.
As the turnout has surpassed the 20 % thresold and if it turns out that more than half of the people have voted with "yes", this will oblige parliament to review the proposal and deliver a decision within three months.
Generally speaking, I expect that places with campaign field offices will have higher levels of voter turnout than places without field offices.
Left Hand Turnouts for 115 Pound #10 Turnout Package.
The turnout is measured based on votes cast compared to the percentage of eligible voters.
This sort of turnout boom does not happen often in Texas.
For instance, the research notes that Hispanic voter turnout in Florida was only 36.
3 per cent turnout for parliamentary elections and 77.
This was the lowest turnout of all 2,871 places that held council elections earlier this year, Sunday ECHO analysis of voting statistics reveals.
PRINCETON, NJ -- Turnout in the midterm elections this fall could be lower than in the past two midterm elections, based on current voter engagement.
In Andhra Pradesh, where voting is underway for 25 Lok Sabha seats apart from 175 assembly seats, the voter turnout was recorded to be at 41.
The third phase polling of the 16th Lok Sabha election and assemblies in a few Indian states on 10 April 2014 witnessed a record voter turnout.
Analysts say that the increased turnout of Macedonians was the basic reason that the number of Albanian MPs dropped in 2011.