General Election 2014 has seen the highest ever voter-turnout in India with 66.4 % of the electorate casting vote. The previous highest was 64.01%, recorded in 1984. In the previous General Elections held in 2009, voter turnout was 58.19%. In absolute numbers, out of the total 834,101,479 electors, 553,801,801 people cast their vote in General Election 2014. Out of this, 65.3% were female voters and 67.09 % were male.
Table 1. Voting Percentage in General Elections 1951-52 ̶ 2014
General Elections 2014: Highest Ever Voter Turn-Out
Topic General Elections 2014