The fourth phase of Lok Sabha elections 2024 recorded a total voter turnout of 69.16 per cent, higher than the 2019 elections, according to the Election Commission of India (ECI). According to the election body, Andhra Pradesh recorded the highest polling of 80.66 per cent while Jammu and Kashmir recorded the lowest with 38.49 per cent.

Below is the state-wise voter turnout in Lok Sabha Elections 2024 Phase 4

. Bihar - 58.21 per cent 
. Jharkhand - 66.01 per cent
. Madhya Pradesh - 72.05 per cent 
. Maharashtra - 62.21 per cent
. Odisha - 75.68 per cent 
. Telangana - 65.67 per cent
. Uttar Pradesh - 58.22 per cent 
. West Bengal - 80.22 per cent 

Speaking about polling turnout in Andhra Pradesh, in 2019, the state had recorded a voter turnout of 79.77 per cent while in 2014, it was 78.41 per cent.

According to

the Election Commission, 454 candidates contested for the 25 Lok Sabha seats and 2,387 did so in the Assembly polls.

On the day of polling (Monday, May 13), according to the poll authority, the turnout stood at 67.25 per cent at 11:45 pm which was 1.74 percentage points higher than the corresponding phase in the 2019 parliamentary polls.

The figures, the EC said, will continue to be updated by the field-level officers as polling parties keep returning.

A total of 96 seats went to polls in the fourth phase of the seven-phase election. After the latest phase, polling has been completed in 379 seats across 23 states and Union territories.

Polling has also been completed in the Assembly elections of Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh.

In the 2019 Lok Sabha election, the turnout recorded in the fourth phase was 65.51 per cent. Polling was then held in 71 seats across nine states.
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