For the first time ever in non-festival and non-holiday season, bus stations and railway stations in cities like Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai are flocked huge by Seemandhraites since few days. This shows how much keen the voters are to run back homes and vote. Most of these voters are software engineers, other IT employees and well settled, well educated youths. With this, everyone is expecting the poll-percentage to go up and reach at least 85%, creating a record of sorts.
Earlier in 2009, the poll percentage in Seemandhra is around 70%, and an increase of around 15% will surely change the fate of certain leaders. According to reports, till far an average 40% polling is recorded across Seemandhra.