Agra is a Lok Sabha / Parliamentary constituency in Uttar Pradesh and is located in Central India. It is designated as a Scheduled Castes constituency.
In 2009, out of a total of 15,38,493 electors, 6,45,354 voters cast their vote. In this election, the total number of male electors was 8,55,484 and the male voter turnout stood at 47%, in real numbers- 4,02,854. There were 6,83,009 female electors, of which 36% chose to exercise their constitutional right to vote, in real numbers- 2,42,500 voters.
In 2014, the constituency had 18,14,739 electors in total and 10,70,400 of them chose to exercise their right to vote. In total, there were 10,03,777 male electors and 8,10,962 female electors. Out of that, 62% of male electors cast their ballot i.e 6,22,009 voters in real numbers and for female electors, the turnout stood at 55%, in real numbers- 4,48,391 voters.
The total count of electors in 2019 was 19,37,690 out of which 11,41,455 chose to cast their ballot in the parliamentary elections. Out of 10,57,617 male electors, only 61% voted which is 6,44,571 male voters in real numbers. On the other hand, the voter turnout for females stood at 56% which translates to 4,96,879 voters out of a total of 8,79,975 female electors in real number.
In 2017, transgender people were included as a separate category of the third gender in electoral rolls. There were 98 electors belonging to the third gender category in the parliamentary constituency during the 2019 elections. Only 5 of them exercised their newly granted constitutional right to vote and thus their turnout stood at 5%.
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