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UP Assembly Polls: Second phase voting %age slightly less from 2012

Shobhit Kalra

Shobhit KalraBy Shobhit Kalra

Published on 15 Feb 2017 5:47 PM GMT

UP Assembly Polls: Second phase voting %age slightly less from 2012
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Lucknow: Barring a few incidents, the second phase of Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections passed of peacefully in 67 constituencies spread across 11 districts, which recorded about 65 per cent polling.

The polling started on Wednesday at 7 in the morning and concluded at 5 in the evening.

The highest voting percentage was recorded at Nakur constituency (72.50) in Rampur district, while Bareilly remained lowest at 53 per cent.

The district wise polling percentage remains slightly less as compared to the 2012 Assembly elections (65.40%).

Check the constituency-wise comparative data of polling in 2017 and 2012 elections:

Amroha (Average 69%)

Dhanaura (SC): 67 per cent (66.53 per cent in 2012)

Naugawan Sadat: 72 per cent (72.70 per cent in 2012)

Amroha: 68 per cent (66.65 per cent in 2012)

Hasanpur: 69 per cent (71.72 per cent in 2012)

Badaun (Average 60.89%)

Bisauli (SC): 62.14 per cent (57.86 per cent in 2012)

Sahaswan: 61.45 per cent (62.48 per cent in 2012)

Bilsi: 60.63 per cent (60.55 per cent in 2012)

Budaun: 61.28 per cent (61.81 per cent in 2012)

Shekhupur: 60.14 per cent (62.70 per cent in 2012)

Dataganj: 59.68 per cent (62.67 per cent in 2012)

Bareilly (Average 62.17%)

Baheri: 66 per cent (69.32 per cent in 2012)

Meerganj: 65.60 per cent (66.39 per cent in 2012)

Bhojipura: 64.10 per cent (69.58 per cent in 2012)

Nawabganj: 67.60 per cent (73.07 per cent in 2012)

Faridpur (SC): 63.20 per cent (64.74 per cent in 2012)

Bithari Chainpur: 63 per cent (68.63 per cent in 2012)

Bareilly: 53 per cent (54.44 per cent in 2012)

Bareilly Cantt.: 54.36 per cent (53.32 per cent in 2012)

Aonla: 62.70 per cent (66.30 per cent in 2012)

Bijnor (Average 67.26%)

Najibabad: 67.81 per cent (61.77 per cent in 2012)

Nagina (SC): 63.11 per cent (60.94 per cent in 2012)

Barhapur: 67.54 per cent (66.35 per cent in 2012)

Dhampur: 66.54 per cent (63.80 per cent in 2012)

Nehtaur (SC): 65.11 per cent (63.89 per cent in 2012)

Bijnor: 68.45 per cent (65.88 per cent in 2012)

Chandpur: 72.25 per cent (67.60 per cent in 2012)

Noorpur: 67.28 per cent (65.51 per cent in 2012)

Kheri (Average 66.38%)

Palia: 67 per cent (64.03 per cent in 2012)

Nighasan: 66 per cent (64.31 per cent in 2012)

Gola Gokrannath: 66 per cent (64.68 per cent in 2012)

Sri Nagar (SC): 66 per cent (64.95 per cent in 2012)

Dhaurahra: 65 per cent (68.31 per cent in 2012)

Lakhimpur: 64 per cent (58.27 per cent in 2012)

Kasta (SC): 70 per cent (66.98 per cent in 2012)

Mohammdi: 67 per cent (65.21 per cent in 2012)

Moradabad (Average 64.36%)

Kanth: 68 per cent (66.41 per cent in 2012)

Thakurdwara: 68.17 per cent (71.19 per cent in 2012)

Moradabad Rural: 62 per cent (59.15 per cent in 2012)

Moradabad Nagar: 58.50 per cent (53.85 per cent in 2012)

Kundarki: 66 per cent (70.92 per cent in 2012)

Bilari: 63.50 per cent (64.70 per cent in 2012)

Pilibhit (Average 67.28%)

Pilibhit: 68.09 per cent (66.20 per cent in 2012)

Barkhera: 69.12 per cent (69.78 per cent in 2012)

Puranpur (SC): 66.48 per cent (65.98 per cent in 2012)

Bisalpur: 65.43 per cent (71.35 per cent in 2012)

Rampur (Average 64.55%)

Suar: 69.62 per cent (62.30 per cent in 2012)

Chamraua: 63.75 per cent (61.61 per cent in 2012)

Bilaspur: 67.29 per cent (65.63 per cent in 2012)

Rampur: 59.54 per cent (54.55 per cent in 2012)

Milak (SC): 62.57 per cent (58.55 per cent in 2012)

Saharanpur (Average 70.67%)

Behat: 71 per cent (72.92 per cent in 2012)

Nakur: 72.50 per cent (77.21 per cent in 2012)

Saharanpur Nagar: 65.20 per cent (62.90 per cent in 2012)

Saharanpur: 72 per cent (73.80 per cent in 2012)

Deoband: 71 per cent (67.20 per cent in 2012)

Rampur Maniharan (SC): 72 per cent (73.32 per cent in 2012)

Gangoh: 71 per cent (72.22 per cent in 2012)

Sambhal (Average 65.45%)

Chandausi (SC): 61.78 per cent (60.88 per cent in 2012)

Asmoli: 68.98 per cent (70.18 per cent in 2012)

Sambhal: 71.40 per cent (66.39 per cent in 2012)

Gunnaur: 59.64 per cent (59.14 per cent in 2012)

Shahjahanpur (Average 60.20%)

Katra: 58.50 per cent (63.47 per cent in 2012)

Jalalabad: 59 per cent (66.77 per cent in 2012)

Tilhar: 62.50 per cent (65.66 per cent in 2012)

Powayan (SC): 58.50 per cent (65.31 per cent in 2012)

Shahjahanpur: 58.50 per cent (58.83 per cent in 2012)

Dadraul: 64.20 per cent (69.81 per cent in 2012)

Shobhit Kalra

Shobhit Kalra

Writer has 10 years of experience in digital media. Presently working as Chief Sub Editor at newstrack.com. An avid reader and always willing to learn new things and techniques.

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