Directions for questions 6 – 10: Study the following graph and answer the questions given below:

The highest and lowest ever voters turn out (in percentage)is respectively in which years?
A. 1984 and 1962B. 1971 and 1977C. 1957 and 1962D. 1984 and 1971Answer: A
By visual observation, In 1984, voters turn out (in percentage)is highest which is 64%
In 1962, voters turn out (in percentage)is lowest which is 55%. 
In which of the options, the numeric difference in voters turnout (in percentage) was nearly equal to 7%?
A. 195762B. 198489C. 199698D. 197177Answer: A
Option (A) The required fluctuation = 62.2 – 55 = 7.2%
Option (B) The required fluctuation = 64 – 62 = 2%
Option (C) The required fluctuation = 61.97 – 57.9 = 4.07%
Option (D) The required fluctuation = 60.5 – 55.3 = 5.2%, Obviously Option (A) satisfies 
The average voter turnout (in percentage) between 1952 to 1998 was approximately?
A. 56.8%B. 40.9%C. 62.7%D. 60%Answer: D
(61.2 + 62.2 + 55 + 61.3 + 55.3 + 60.5 + 56.9 + 64 + 62 + 61 + 57.9 + 61.97) / 12
= 59.93% ≈ 60% 
In which year was the growth in the average voter turnout (in percentage) to be the second highest in comparison to the previous elections?
A. 1967B. 1984C. 1998D. 1977Answer: A
For 1967, growth from 55 to 61.3 is 6.3%.For 1984, growth from 56.9 to 64 is 7.1%.
For 1998, growth from 57.9 to 61.97 is 4.07%. For 1977, growth from 55.3 to 60.5 is 5.2%
Therefore, for 1967 the average voter turn out to be the second highest in comparison to the previous elections. 
Which year had the highest average voters turnout (in percentage) in comparison to the total no. of voters?
A. 1971B. 1996C. 1984D. Data InadequateAnswer: D
As total number of voters is not given,so we cannot answer the question.
Hence, answer is option D.