Over 75 per cent polling in Kerala, Kasargod 69.90%

7:00 PM, Monday, May 16th, 2016
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Kerala VoteKasaragod : A neck-and-neck race is expected in Kerala as all 140 constituencies are in the fray in today’s Assembly Elections.

For the ruling UDF, it is a battle for retaining power in the State. A success would also present an opportunity for the Congress to stage a comeback at the national level, after its humiliating loss in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

On the other hand, a drubbing in the polls for the LDF would spell disaster for it especially at a time when Left is trying hard for a comeback in West Bengal, once a stronghold of the Communists.

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Kerala recorded 70.35 per cent polling. Highest being Kannur, lowest Thiruvananthapuram.

Kerala VoteKasargod 69.90%, Kannur 72.88%, Wayanad 70.32%, Kozhikode 73.39% Malappuram 67.28%, Palakkad 71.07%, Thrissur 72.24%, Ernakulam 72.07%, Idukki 65.97%, Kottayam 71.06%, Alappuzha 73.37%, Pathanamthitta 61.83%, Kollam 69.16%, Thiruvananthapuram 67.77%.

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