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    #1

    Majority of the population wants to vote.

    "Today majority of the population of this country wants or want to vote."

    Please check.

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    Re: Majority of the population wants to vote.

    "Today the majority of the population of this country wants or want to vote."

    Both work in BrE. I'd guess that 'want' is more common.
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    Re: Majority of the population wants to vote.

    And, presumably, the opposite is true in some variants.

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