Two seats in West Bengal -- Cooch Behar and Alipurduars -- went to poll in the first phase. The state will have polling in all seven phases.
This time however, the poll panel did not share the overall polling percentage at its briefing, saying the data was being collated and would be available later.
In Baramulla, the turnout was 35.01 per cent as compared to 38.5 per cent last time.
In Jammu, 72.16 per cent of voters turned up at the polling stations, as compared to 69.17 per cent last time.
Andhra Pradesh, where all seats went to polls in the first phase, recorded a turnout of 66 per cent as compared to 74.64 per cent in the last LS polls.
In Mizoram, where the entire state went to polls in a single phase, recorded a dip in turnout. While last time the turnout was 61.95 per cent, this time it was 60 per cent.
The turnout in all constituencies is likely to go up as final reports were yet to come in, EC officials told reporters.
Similarly in Lakshadweep, the percentage this time was 66 as compared to 86 in 2014.
In Arunachal Pradesh, where both the constituencies went to polls, the turnout stood at 66 per cent as compared to 86 per cent in 2014.
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