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Parliamentary
Year Voter
Turnout
Total
vote
Registration VAP
Turnout
Voting
age
population
Population Invalid
votes
Compulsory
voting
2019 67.65 % 18,351,260 27,126,166 62.42 % 29,399,271 36,136,376 0.98 % No
2015 68.28 % 17,711,983 25,939,742 62.12 % 28,512,041 35,099,836 0.68 % No
2011 61.11 % 14,823,408 24,257,592 54.16 % 27,368,468 34,030,589 0.67 % No
2008 59.52 % 13,929,093 23,401,064 53.59 % 25,993,117 33,212,696 0.70 % No
2006 64.67 % 14,908,703 23,054,615 58.75 % 25,374,410 32,805,041 0.60 % No
2004 60.91 % 13,683,570 22,466,621 55.28 % 24,751,763 32,207,113 0.90 % No
2000 61.18 % 12,997,185 21,243,473 54.64 % 23,786,167 31,213,580 1.10 % No
1997 67.00 % 13,174,698 19,663,478 57.06 % 23,088,803 30,785,070 1.44 % No
1993 69.64 % 13,863,135 19,906,796 63.87 % 21,705,750 28,941,000 1.40 % No
1988 75.29 % 13,281,191 17,639,001 68.34 % 19,433,250 25,911,000 0.80 % No
1984 75.34 % 12,638,424 16,775,011 67.91 % 18,611,000 25,150,000 0.70 % No
1980 69.32 % 11,014,914 15,890,416 64.53 % 17,070,530 24,043,000 0.60 % No
1979 75.69 % 11,531,000 15,234,997 68.39 % 16,860,370 23,747,000 0.70 % No
1974 71.00 % 9,671,002 13,620,553 64.21 % 15,061,600 22,480,000 1.70 % No
1972 77.20 % 9,966,148 12,909,179 71.27 % 13,984,000 21,850,000 3.00 % No
1968 75.67 % 8,217,916 10,860,888 68.35 % 12,023,400 20,730,000 1.10 % No
1965 75.88 % 7,796,728 10,274,904 70.75 % 11,020,800 19,680,000 1.10 % No
1963 80.30 % 7,958,636 9,910,757 75.08 % 10,599,680 18,928,000 0.80 % No
1962 80.13 % 7,772,656 9,700,325 73.31 % 10,602,000 18,600,000 1.10 % No
1958 80.57 % 7,357,139 9,131,200 75.39 % 9,758,400 17,120,000 0.90 % No
1957 75.05 % 6,680,690 8,902,125 67.90 % 9,839,430 16,677,000 1.10 % No
1953 67.87 % 5,701,963 8,401,691 65.38 % 8,720,790 14,781,000 1.10 % No
1949 74.79 % 5,903,572 7,893,629 71.97 % 8,202,670 13,447,000 0.90 % No
1945 76.31 % 5,305,193 6,952,445 70.17 % 7,560,340 12,394,000 1.10 % No

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