Lowest! 7 states, union territories that recorded least voter turnout


2024/06/06 17:50:45 IST

Bihar

    Bihar has recorded the lowest turnout which is only 56.19 percent. The NDA has won 30 out of 40 seats in the state. INDIA bloc managed to win only nine seats while independent candidate Pappu Yadav clinched the Purnia Lok Sabha constituency.

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Uttar Pradesh

    56.92 per cent is the voter turnout of Uttar Pradesh where 56.65 per cent were men and 57.24 per cent were women. NDA unexpectedly performed poorly in the state. It has managed to win only 33 seats whereas Samajwadi Party emerged victorious in 37 seats.

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Nagaland

    Nagaland saw a voter turnout of 57.72 per cent. After a gap of two decades, Congresss S Supongmeren Jamir has won the lone Lok Sabha seat in Nagaland by defeating the ruling government People’s Democratic Alliance (PDA) consensus candidate Dr Chumben Murry.

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Mizoram

    The voter turnout recorded in Mizoram is second lowest slated at 56.87 percent. Richard Vanlalhmangaiha of the ruling Zoram Peoples Movement (ZPM) has won the states lone Lok Sabha seat.

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Jammu & Kashmir

    After witnessing the abrogation of Article 370, J&Ks voter turnout slated to 58.58, landing it in the list of lowest voter turnout states and UTs.

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Delhi

    The voter turnout in the capital was 58.69 per cent. BJP has managed to sweep all seven Lok Sabha Seats, despite facing the combined competition from the AAP and the Congress.

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Uttarakhand

    The voter turnout in the state was 57.22 per cent. The Bhartiye Janata Party secured a conclusive victory in all five Lok Sabha constituencies of the state for the third consecutive time.

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