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electorate

noun American voters, body politic, general election voters, registered voters, voters
Associated concepts: electoral college, elector
See also: constituency
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Had this same threshold been in place in last Thursday's EU Referendum, the vote would again have not carried, due to the 52% vote to leave being reduced relative to the total electorate to 38% based on the 72% turnout, and thus falling short of a 40% threshold had that been in place.
The British electorate produced a good result that has kept the economy on the mend, Britain's place in Europe secure and the Kingdom united; and this despite -not because of -- the efforts of the politicians
Young or old, there is no way the electorate can ignore Achuthanandan, who is always in the news.
One can hardly claim that it is because there are several reasons that caused the electorate to vote in favor of the constitution, and all of them a sign of appreciation for the military regime.
He should look in the mirror and honestly ask the question, 'Will the electorate ever assent to me being Prime Minister?
05 percent of the electorate as compared to that of the elections of the December 2012 dissolved assembly, at a rate of 9,342 males and 7,804 females.
Nazir Bhatti argued that founder of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Jinnah had allocated separate electorate for minorities in his 14-points to ensure support of Christians in independence of Pakistan.
Synopsis: Gallup's estimates of the demographic composition of the 2012 electorate are similar to its 2008 estimates, with many changes likely reflecting changes in the larger adult population rather than differential turnout by group this year.
What is the point of canvassing the views of the electorate and then cynically discarding them?
Government has spent millions of pounds advertising seeking all the electorate to use their vote, but do they really mean it?
The concept of the electorate regarding the possible Congress Chief Ministerial candidate was that of a man living in palace and travelling in helicopter.