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8, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- While much attention has been devoted to the record low turnout in recent elections, one group is looking for ways to engage those often left out of the process.
In keeping with the trends in the previous polls, women had a higher turnout of 63.
The turnout has already surpassed the voter turnout at the last referendum held in Bulgaria in 2013, which stood at slightly above 20 %.
Only just recently (Levendusky and Darr 2014) have political scientists started to integrate candidate field offices into models of voter turnout.
New Head hardened 115 pound, #10 turnout package rail to AREMA Specifications for the left hand and right hand stock rails to replace original rail in the embedded track area on the Blue Line per attached drawing.
This year's turnout may not even match the 36 percent participation rate in the May 2011 election, which featured a proposed city of Eugene income tax to support local school districts.
It is not clear if the high turnout rate in Turkey is driven by this law, but Turkish society is deeply divided along political lines, and people believe a change of government will have a significant impact on their daily lives.
Larger and larger turnout benefits a more establishment candidate," said Texas pollster Mike Baselice, a Republican.
According to a new analysis by Latino Decisions, a Hispanic political research organization, the 2014 midterm elections -- when Republicans took control of the Senate -- saw generally low voter turnout.
THE Southern Governorate saw the highest turnout of voters in the first round of the general election on Saturday.
LIVERPOOL city centre has the lowest voter turnout in the country, shocking new figures show.
Synopsis: Americans' engagement in this year's midterm elections -- based on several measures -- is similar to the 1998 and 2002 midterm elections rather than the 2006 and 2010 elections, suggesting voter turnout this fall will be lower.