Genral Polls 2014: Dhubri recorded highest Voter Turnout; Srinagar the lowest

The 16th Lok Sabha polls registered a record average voter turnout of 66.4%. Dhubri of Assam witnessed the highest turnout at 88.22% followed by Nagaland at 87.82%; Srinagar of J&K registered the lowest turnout at 25.90%, followed by Anantnag of the same state.
Table 1: Top 10 Parliamentary Constituencies in terms of Voter Turnout

Sl. NoParliamentary ConstituencyState/UTVoter Turnout
1DhubriAssam88.22%
2NagalandNagaland87.82%
3TamlukWest Bengal87.59%
4BishnupurWest Bengal86.72%
5LakshadweepLakshadweep86.61%
6KanthiWest Bengal86.61%
7Bardhaman PurbaWest Bengal86.21%
8Tripura WestTripura85.92%
9BasirhatWest Bengal85.45%
10BirbhumWest Bengal85.33%
Source: Election Commission of India

Table 2: Bottom 10 Parliamentary Constituencies in terms of Voter Turnout

Sl. NoParliamentary ConstituencyState/UTVoter Turnout
1SrinagarJammu & Kashmir25.90%
2AnantnagJammu & Kashmir28.84%
3BaramullaJammu & Kashmir39.13%
4KalyanMaharashtra42.88%
5Patna SahibBihar45.33%
6BhindMadhya Pradesh45.62%
7NalandaBihar47.22%
8Mumbai North CentralMaharashtra48.61%
9ArrahBihar48.75%
10BansgaonUttar Pradesh49.88%
Source: Election Commission of India

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