"The number of new voters across the state has increased by 60 lakh, taking the total number of electorate to 4.96 crore as per the tentative electoral rolls as against 4.36 crore voters in 2013 assembly elections," state Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Sanjiv Kumar told reporters.
The final electoral rolls from the 224 assembly constituencies of the state are scheduled to be released on February 28.
According to the tentative electoral rolls, the number of male voters is 2.51 crore and female voters 2.44 crore.
Around 4,552 people, who identify with the 'third gender', have registered to vote in the upcoming polls.
Bengaluru South assembly constituency has the highest number of voters at 5.5 lakh.
Sringeri constituency, about 320 km west of Bengaluru in Chikkamagaluru district, has the lowest number of voters at 1.6 lakh, as per the draft rolls.
There were about 2.18 lakh voters on an average in each constituency, Mr Kumar said.
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