The Election Commission revealed the final polling figures of Andhra Pradesh. It was revealed that the total voting percentage in the state stands at 81.86%, the highest in the country in the four phases of General Elections.

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Speaking to the media, Chief Electoral Officer Mukesh Kumar Meena stated that they had a target of 82% and almost reached that figure.

He said that there were a total of 4,13,33,702 in Andhra Pradesh. Of them, 3,33,40,560 voted for Lok Sabha Elections and 3,33,40,333 voted for Assembly Elections. There is a difference of 227 votes in the polling of assembly and Lok Sabha.

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The voting percentage from EVM stands at 80.66%. This is one per cent higher than the EVM votes polled in 2014 (78.41%) and 2019 (79.77%).

A total of 1.64 crore male and 1.69 female voters have cast their votes this year. 1578 voters from other categories have utilised their right to vote.

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Darsi constituency registered the highest voting percentage among assembly constituencies (90.91%). Tirupati registered the lowest turnout among assembly segments (63.32%).

Coming to Lok Sabha constituencies, Ongole witnessed the highest voter turnout and Visakhapatnam witnessed the lowest voting turnout. However, there is a 3.8% increase in the voting of Vizag compared to the 2019 elections, which is a good sign.

Around 4,97,000 votes were polled through postal ballots, contributing 1.2%. Combining the EVM and postal ballot votes, the total turnout was 81.86%.