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The final turnout stood at 67.11 per cent, the highest ever turnout recorded in any of the general elections till date. The percentage is 1.16 per cent higher than the 2014 elections whose turnout stood at 65.95 per cent. Over 600 million voters polled their votes in 2019 Indian General elections.How many people voted in 2014 general elections in India?
General elections were held in India in nine phases from 7 April to 12 May 2014 to elect the members of the 16th Lok Sabha. With 834 million registered voters, they were the largest-ever elections in the world until being surpassed by the 2019 elections. Around 23.1 million or 2.7% of the total eligible voters were aged 18–19 years.Is there a party system in India after the 2014 elections?
India after the 2014 general elections: BJP dominance and the crisis of the third party system Author Arjan H. Schakel Subject Regional and Federal Studies, 2019. doi:10.1080/13597566.2019.1614921 Keywords India; party system; nationalization; BJP; Congress PartyWhat was the voter turnout in West Bengal in 2014 elections?
In West Bengal, the 17 constituencies that voted, saw a turnout of about 80% compared to 82% in 2009. The 2014 general elections, according to the Election Commission of India, recorded a cumulative total of 66.38% voter turnout, or 551.3 million out of 814 million eligible people casting their vote, according to provisional figures.