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Lok Sabha Election: As voter turnout turns bullish, long term education a must to sustain rally

Updated : May 18, 2019 11:11 AM IST

An independent study by State Bank of India (SBI) released on May 2 at the end of the fourth phase of polls predicted that 1 percent more voting from current trend could witness the highest voting turnout post-1947.
States like Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala where the elderly population is higher than the national average has also witnessed an increase in voter turnout on an average by 1.8 percent.  Women voters are also an important stakeholder.
Lok Sabha Election: As voter turnout turns bullish, long term education a must to sustain rally
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