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Elsewhere in the newly-merged tribal districts, in PK-100 Bajaur-I, of the 156,237 registered voters, there was a turnout of 52,298 voters or around 33.5%, This included 39,660 men who exercised their right to franchise and some 12,638 women with a female turnout of 24,2%.
Turnout in Wiltshire was announced as 44%, a rise of seven percentage points on the 37% of 2014.
"A lower turnout has always favoured UKIP - their voters are more likely to turn out and mainstream voters are more likely to turn away."
Council leader Mike Bird said the poor turnout across the borough was likely to be down to MPs' failure to deliver Brexit.
A general decline in tourism to Kenting, along with overcast weather may have contributed to the poor turnout at this year's event, which was organized by the 'Dust and Wind Company.'
Certain law professionals cite Article 14 of the Election Code which says: "In case the president's term ends, for whatever reasons, the new president is elected within 40 days of the day the previous president's term ended." Bearing this article in mind, Speaker of Parliament Talat Xhaferi needs to call the new election immediately after the second round if the turnout is not high enough.
As no standardized terms for describing turnout have been presented in the dance medicine and science literature, the terms used herein are defined as follows: "rotational goniometer turnout (RGMT)" refers to turnout performed on the RGM; "class turnout (CT)" indicates the turnout performed during regular ballet classes; and "active turnout (AT)" describes the active external rotation of the lower extremities in supine position with the knee and hip joints straightened.
Here we include the classics known to predict turnout, especially age and education, along with a variety of other factors such as residential location, income, gender, race and ethnicity, religious preference and church attendance, union membership, and other group affiliations.
Beside, at, Unit 3, Ward 1, in Obokun local government area, the turnout of voters was not also impressive, just as the same scenario was observed at
Among the plebiscite participating provinces of ARMM, Maguindanao had the highest voter turnout at 93.35 percent or 608,846 of its 652,244 voters joining the plebiscite.
But that wasn't good enough to get Texas out of the bottom half of states, as it still lagged behind the national average and trailed all but 10 states this year, according to the United States Election Project, which tracks the turnout rate of eligible voters nationwide.
Early reports estimate that about 113 million people voted nationwide, which would make it the first midterm in history to exceed 100 million voters and would represent a voter turnout rate of 49 percent.
ATLANTA -- Less than two weeks before Election Day, early voting returns forecast a midterm election turnout not seen in decades, with Republicans and Democrats demonstrating engaged bases on each end of the political spectrum.
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's participation in the Port Dickson by-election has negated some voter fatigue from May 9, with turnout surpassing the 50 per cent mark at 3pm.
The voter turnout in primary round of 2018 elections on Saturday surpasses that of voter turnout in primary round of 2013 elections, voter turnout in general round of 2013 elections, and voter turnout in the recently concluded National Council elections 2018.