What we see may not always be the reality and what we presume as real may not be our observation always. In a democratic set-up, this has often emerged as a reality. Democracies had always been subjected to criticism but it is astonishing to note how the interplay of corrupt vision and changing social attitudes playing a havoc in our democratic systems. This paper broadly investigates the voting behavior and attitudes in response to sophisticated tempting actions by political parties to pull voters. This research demonstrates that higher the level of temptation combined with many socio-economic perils leads to higher biasness towards them. Participatory research, interviews, journals, publications, and observation and media reporting have been studied, analyzed, and scrutinized to discover how different poor and illiterate people vote. Findings and results attribute a greater role of education, financial liberty, backwardness, and awareness to political reality in determining voting behavior.