In each polling station, around 25 voters were randomly selected depending on the terrain and voter turnouts in that particular polling station. A total of 1,21,542 voters were interviewed from 199 parliamentary process was adopted for the selection of parliamentary constituencies, Assembly constituencies and polling stations. In the first stage, the selection of parliamentary constituencies was done on the basis of past election results. In the second stage, four to six Assembly constituencies were selected in each parliamentary constituency using systematic random sampling (SRS) process. And in the fourth stage, voters were randomly selected outside polling stations.
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