As per the figures released by the Election Commission here, the overall turnout for female voters stood at 59.92 per cent as against 55.26 per cent for men.
During conversation most Muslims blamed the BJP for polarisation of society and for interfering in religious matters.
The group, known as 'Bhatopa', is campaigning with a slogan "Cast your vote and ink your finger" and this year has a theme -- 'Times Women's Dive 2019'.
The role of women in deciding the next government in the State is vital as the women voters outnumber their male counterparts.
Of the 5,03,07,182 voters, 2,54,55,976 are males, 2,48,46,488 are females and 4,718 are under the ‘others’ category.
Experts say the women in Kerala are politically and socially alert while casting votes though they remain largely quiet, occupied with daily chores and other responsibilities.
The TDP is fielding all the sitting MLAs from their respective constituencies except Vizianagaram MLA Meesala Geeta and Kimidi Mrunalini from Cheepurupalli.
Kunnathunad Assembly constituency has the highest number of polling stations.
The 2014 polls set a different tone seeing a large number of women voters coming out and in nine states percentage of women voters surpassed the male voters. Experts say the trend will continue.
Now, that the ticket distributions are over, the BJP and the Congress are trying to outscore each other by claiming to have allocated more poll tickets for women candidates in the election.
AIMIM president and Lok Sabha member Asaduddin Owaisi has been listening to the grievances of women at the meetings.