Voting slow, red signal for whom?

Generally, if voting increases, it is considered a loss for the ruling party, whereas if voting percentage decreases, it is considered a danger signal for the opposition, but the changing trend in the last few years has broken this myth. In such a situation, understand in detail from these 4 data that low voting percentage is a threat to whom?

If votes decreased in Bihar, there was loss of power.

In the first phase, voting was conducted for 4 lok sabha seats of Bihar. These seats are- Aurangabad, Nawada, Gaya and Jamui. Voting has decreased by 4 percent in Gaya, 3 percent in Aurangabad, 8 percent in Nawada, and 5 percent in Jamui. Whenever the voting percentage decreased in these lok sabha seats, the ruling parties suffered losses. In 2009, about 51 percent of votes were cast in Jamui, which came down to 50 percent in 2014.

If the votes decreased here, JDU would suffer a loss. LJP won in Jamui in 2014. In the 2019 elections, the vote percentage increased in Jamui and the ruling LJP benefited from it.

In 2019, 55 percent of the votes were cast in Jamui. A similar case is also of Nawada. In 2004, more than 70 percent of voting took place in Nawada. This figure dropped in 2009 and reached 45 percent.

In 2004, RJD's Veerchandra Paswan had won in Nawada. In 2009, BJP's bhola singh had snatched this seat from RJD. In 2014, the vote percentage here increased and the bjp remained in power.

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