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What percentage of the population voted in the last general election?


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2011-12-04 17:58:57
2011-12-04 17:58:57

Only around 46% And this was considered high for a general election. high at least, for these last couple general ellections. To get a more accurate figure, query election web pages or encyclopedias.

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