Nicaragua

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Parliamentary
Year Voter
Turnout
Total
vote
Registration VAP
Turnout
Voting
age
population
Population Invalid
votes
Compulsory
voting
2016 63.54 % 2,414,598 3,800,000 57.77 % 4,179,566 5,966,798 No
2011 79.09 % 2,613,087 3,303,831 71.84 % 3,637,298 5,666,301 No
2006 66.73 % 2,445,692 3,665,141 80.82 % 3,026,097 5,570,129 8.50 % No
2001 75.00 % 2,124,696 2,832,928 75.13 % 2,827,893 4,952,226 3.90 % No
1996 77.07 % 1,865,833 2,421,067 76.25 % 2,447,120 4,706,000 5.00 % No
1990 81.01 % 1,419,384 1,752,088 73.33 % 1,935,500 3,871,000 6.10 % No
1984 75.48 % 1,171,102 1,551,597 74.07 % 1,581,000 3,162,000 6.70 % No
1974 69.43 % 799,982 1,152,260 76.92 % 1,040,000 2,080,000 No
1972 73.04 % 709,068 970,792 74.21 % 955,500 1,950,000 No
1967 540,714 64.91 % 833,000 1,700,000 No
1963 79.13 % 451,064 570,000 59.74 % 755,090 1,541,000 No
1957 355,178 52.70 % 673,920 1,296,000 No
1950 202,698 35.41 % 572,400 1,060,000 No
1947 169,708 32.17 % 527,580 977,000 No
Presidential
Year Voter
Turnout
Total
vote
Registration VAP
Turnout
Voting
age
population
Population Invalid
votes
Compulsory
voting
2016 65.63 % 2,493,942 3,800,000 59.67 % 4,179,566 5,966,798 No
2011 79.09 % 2,613,087 3,303,831 71.84 % 3,637,298 5,666,301 No
2006 61.23 % 2,244,215 3,665,141 74.16 % 3,026,097 5,570,129 No
2001 74.91 % 2,122,233 2,832,928 75.05 % 2,827,893 4,952,226 3.50 % No
1996 76.39 % 1,849,362 2,421,067 75.57 % 2,447,120 4,706,000 4.90 % No
1990 86.23 % 1,510,838 1,752,088 78.06 % 1,935,500 3,871,000 6.00 % No
1984 75.42 % 1,170,142 1,551,597 74.01 % 1,581,000 3,162,000 6.10 % No
1974 69.43 % 799,982 1,152,260 76.92 % 1,040,000 2,080,000 No
1967 540,714 64.91 % 833,000 1,700,000 No
1963 79.13 % 451,064 570,000 59.74 % 755,090 1,541,000 No
1957 355,178 52.70 % 673,920 1,296,000 No
1950 202,698 35.41 % 572,400 1,060,000 No
1947 169,708 32.17 % 527,580 977,000 No

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