Voting Behavior in India: An Analysis

Dr. Alpana Sharma

Abstract


In Indian political system democracy is the backbone on which whole system stands. Indian democracy is multicolored. Politics at national level is different from State level Politics. If we keenly observe the Indian voting behavior we will find different patterns of voting. Now a day the rural voters have become more aware about their rights, role and importance. They are more active and are becoming a decisive element. Rural voters of every age group want positive results and are giving their valuable suggestions. In comparison with the rural voters, urban voters have different pattern. Urban voters are educated and aware but they have less concern and time to contribute in the system. At certain points/circumstances the rural and urban voters fallows the same voting pattern. Factors such as social factors, caste, religion, economic condition, political leadership and personal rational power affect the voting pattern in both rural and urban voters.

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ISSN : 2251-1571