And although the turn-out
increased by 10% in Church and there was also a slight increase in the turn-out
in Everton, politicians have expressed concern over security.
The Scottish Executive would have to make concessions if there was a clear vote on a significant turn-out
to retain the clause.
There is still some way to go before we get back to the heady 40% turn-out
days of a decade ago, but yesterday represented a huge step in the right direction.
With Thursday's low turn-out
analysts say "election fatigue" has killed off hopes of a big Euro vote.
Everton had one of the lowest turn-outs
in the country at 15.89% in the last elections in 2000 and Church had a 24.52% turn-out
Poor voter turn-out
in theAssembly elections was worst in North East Wales, as three in four electors in Alyn and Deeside stayed at home.
In St Helens, everyone has been asked to vote by post,and already it has proved a stunning success had already mailed in their votes, representing a45pc turn-out
so far,against a total of 26pc last year.
The Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO) has called on the Electoral Commission (EC) to urgently look into the extremely high incidence of manual verification at the various polling stations, and the extremely high voter turn-out
figures in some polling stations.
The event took place on an afternoon to ensure maximum turn-out
Less than 28% of the electorate turn-out
to vote in the metro-mayor elections.
Further, in 1971, Kamaraj and Rajaji joined hands and campaigned for the elections and Indira Gandhi who had alligned with the DMK then was skeptical about the alliance's victory at the hustings on seeing a huge turn-out
for the meeting addressed by Kamaraj and Rajaji.
With a turn-out
of between ten and 20 per cent of voters, Cameron seems happy with the results.