Analysis of Pakistan’s General Elections 2008
Registered Voters (Election Commission Website) 2008 80.8 Million
Election Turnout (2008) 44.1 % = 35.6 Million
Registered Voters Not Voted / Participated 55.9% = 45.2 Million
Who are responsible for Zardari’s Corrupt and Inefficient Government?
Those who voted?????
Those who hadn’t?????
Do you know? . PPP got only 31% of the polled votes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pakista...election,_2008). That is 35.6 Million x 0.31 = 11.036 Million (1 crore 10 lak).They are ruling on 18 crore akistanis with only this number (6.13% of the total population)
Projected Analysis of Pakistan’s General Elections 2012-13
Registered Voters (Election Commission Website) 2012 84.3 Million
Age Group 18 to 35 = 47.4% 40.0 Million
We better know that:
Which age group voters mostly don’t go to poll vote i.e. 18 to 35.
Suppose approximately 60% registered non-voters of 2008 belong to the age group of 18 to 35 (40 % might be others).
If same ratio may be applied to the 40.0 Million registered youth of 2012 than:
Expected registered non-voters from the age group of 18 to 35 in the up-coming elections = 40 Million x 0.6 = 24.0 million
No. of National Assembly Seats 342
Average No. of registered voters per constituency 84.3 Million / 342 = 246,000 App.
Suppose a winning candidate require on average 100,000 votes in a constituency (may be much less in some and more in others) than:
Non-voters seats in National Assembly can be 24.0 Million / 100,000 = 240
Seats required to attain 2/3rd majority 342 x 2 / 3 = 228
This Approximately 24.0 Million (Two Crore 40 Lak) young registered non-voters are the real determinants of the winners.
You, the registered non-voters are requested that
On the Election Day
Please don’t say “ I am not interested in Politics”
Don’t use Internet, facebook, twitter
Don’t go for Lunch outside
Don’t go for Entertainment
Don’t go to the Ground
Don’t go on Date
Postpone your honeymoon. Please Go to the polling stationAnd vote For PTI of Imran Khan, the only hope for bright Pakistan .How Easy to bring the great I.K. in power. The ball is in our own court