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Split voting in Odisha, not so in Andhra

In some areas voter choice was different in simultaneous state and parliamentary polls.

ET Bureau|
May 27, 2019, 08.35 AM IST
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Leading positions of parties on Lok Sabha seats calculated on the basis of votes cast in assembly elections show BJP is No. 1 in only two constituencies in Odisha while its actual LS tally is eight.
While there is little difference in assembly and parliamentary polling trends in Andhra Pradesh, the divergence is clear on some Odisha seats. Leading positions of parties on Lok Sabha seats calculated on the basis of votes cast in assembly elections show BJP is No. 1 in only two constituencies in Odisha while its actual LS tally is eight, proving that in some areas voter choice was different in simultaneous state and parliamentary polls...

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