Half of the Lok Sabha elections are completed, what are the voting trends so far
Polling was completed in 117 seats in the third phase of the Lok Sabha elections. About 66.4 percent of the turnout was in the third phase. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, 70.11 per cent of the votes were cast. In this way about 4 percent fewer votes are cast. In the last three stages, more than half of the elections have been completed with a total of 302 seats. This time the political parties are watching the voting trends in the Lok Sabha elections with their own profit and loss point of view. But the silence of the voters is restless to them.
In the third phase, the highest voting percentage in Assam is 80.75 percent. While the lowest was in Jammu and Kashmir, 12.86 percent voted. In Uttar Pradesh, 61.40 per cent voting was registered, which was 0.4 per cent less than 2014. In the third phase, 63.73 percent voting took place in all the 26 seats of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah’s home state Gujarat.
Apart from this, 73.69 per cent votes have been cast in all the 20 seats in Kerala. With this, the decision of the fate of many veterans including BJP President Amit Shah, Congress President Rahul Gandhi, SP patron Mulayam Singh Yadav and Sharad Yadav has been imprisoned in the EVM.
In the third phase of Lok Sabha elections, 66.44 percent voting has been cast in 117 seats. These seats were voted 70.11 percent in 2014 and 61.8 percent in 2009. If you look at the voting trends, then in 2014 the vote percentage has increased, then there is a decrease in 2019. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, BJP has 63, Congress has 16, BJD has 6, CPM has 8, NCP 4, SP has 3, RJD 2 and Others have 15 seats. Seeing the results of 2009, BJP got 44, Congress got 38, BJD got 5, CPM had 6 NCPs and others got 21 seats.
Let us know that for the total 543 Lok Sabha seats in the country elections are going on in seven phases. The election of these three phases has been completed. With this, 302 seats have been voted. Voting is done on 91st phase of first phase, 95 for second phase and 117 seats in third phase. These include the Anantnag seat of Jammu and Kashmir, where elections are to be held in three phases.
For the Lok Sabha elections on April 11, nearly 60 percent of the people voted in 91 seats in 20 states of the first phase. In 2014, these 91 seats had 70.79 percent polling. This is less than 10 percent less than the last time. The 91 constituencies of the first phase were voted on. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, BJP managed to win 32 seats. While the Congress had only won 7 seats. Apart from this, 16 seats were won by TDP, 11 TRS, 9 seats YSR Congress, 4 seats BJD and 12 seats were won by other parties. In such a way, less than 10 percent of voting will be a cause for restlessness or a shock once again for the opposition.
For the Lok Sabha elections on April 18, about 68 percent people voted in 95 seats in 12 states of the second phase. In these 95 seats, 65 percent voting was cast in 2014. More than 3 percent more votes than last Lok Sabha election In the 2009 elections, 62.49 percent of the votes were cast.
In the 95 constituencies of the second phase, which has been voted on, BJP managed to win 27 seats in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. While the NDA had 64 seats. The same, the Congress had only won 12 seats. Apart from this, 4 seats were available for BJD, 2 seats JDS, 2 seats RZ, 1 seats TMC, one JDU and 6 seats others. BJP’s ally AIADMK had 36 seats and the Shiv Sena had 4 seats.
Election of three phases in the Lok Sabha elections in 2019 has been completed and 241 seats are to be voted in four phases. This means it is clear that the journey of elections has been completed in more than half the seats. Voting percentage has increased in the remaining three phases, after the voting of the first phase has decreased. In the voting trends of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, political parties are saying in their respective parties.