Votes, boats and elephants: India's colossal election by the numbers
More than 830 million Indians were eligible to vote in the last general election in 2014, more than three times the voting-age population of the United States in 2017. But only about 553 million Indians, or 66 percent of all eligible voters, came out to vote five years ago.
More than 830 million Indians were eligible to vote in the last general election in 2014, more than three times the voting-age population of the United States in 2017. But only about 553 million Indians, or 66 percent of all eligible voters, came out to vote five years ago.
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