HOW WOMEN CHANGED ELECTIONS 2014
A breakdown of Indian Women's Score Card on Voter Turnouts and Women Candidates from General Election 2014, and the Top Highlights of Women's Roles in Indian Polity.
The Power of 49 has Cast their Votes
The Powerof49 realised itself as they did not let their voice, their determination to change India - their votes go waste.
65% of Indian women casted their votes in General Elections 2014, from the registered voter base.
State-wise Powerof49 Voter Turnouts
Let's now look at the complete state-wise breakdown of women’s score in voter turnouts in Elections 2014.
What are the top highlights from Women Voter Turnouts in General Elections 2014?
As we interpret the Indian map and women's representation on it for 2014, let's break it down and look at the top highlights.
Despite the voter turnouts looking slightly better than the previous year’s turnouts, women still have to make their presence felt when it comes to the Indian polity.
Women In Parliament - Still A Man's World?
The numbers this time for Women MPs contesting, or the ones who got elected are miserably low. Take a close look at the number of women that were elected. So many decades after India's Independence, the Indian Parliament continues to be largely male-dominated.
Not Quite The End
Now, that women have voted, let's not stay mute. To know the top 10 questions every Indian must ask the next government Click here.
*Sources – ECI, ADR, Indiaspend.
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