But before the blame game begins this election cycle, here's something to keep in mind: Low turnout
in Texas is also tied to demographics.
An hour before the polling stations closed turnout
stood at 67.
This time around, however, turnout
could have a crucial impact.
To start, it's helpful to know how much turnout
you have passively and actively.
13) Negus and colleagues found limb differences in dynamic turnout
, further suggesting a lateral bias in dance training; dancers had greater "static-dynamic" turnout
differences in left fifth position compared to right fifth position, indicating less control of left compared to right fifth position turnout
following dynamic movement.
According to the same polling agency, the voter turnout
in the local elections stood at 46.
Material to be fabricated for 13 right hand turnouts
and 13 left hand turnouts
is measured based on votes cast compared to the percentage of eligible voters.
In 2014, there was a significant decline in Latino turnout
in Florida,'' wrote Matt A.
A high turnout
was also registered in the Muharraq Governorate, where 72.
Labour's Cllr Nick Small, who won the ballot in the central ward, said the low turnout
was due to the large student population.
Synopsis: Americans' engagement in this year's midterm elections -- based on several measures -- is similar to the 1998 and 2002 midterm elections rather than the 2006 and 2010 elections, suggesting voter turnout
this fall will be lower.
in the upcoming midterms will be in the low-40s percentage range--compared to the typical presidential year turnout
of around 60 percent--if history is an indicator.
The referendum had a record turnout
with more than four million Scots expected to cast their vote.
POLLING in 438 of the total 543 parliamentary constituencies so far witnessed high voter turnout