Upcoming elections: Largest band of voters range from 31-40

Published: March 18, 2013
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A total of 3,844 registered people are above the age of 100. PHOTO: EXPRESS/FILE

A total of 3,844 registered people are above the age of 100. PHOTO: EXPRESS/FILE

The largest number of voters who will vote in the upcoming elections are within the 31 to 40 years age bracket.

According to statistics available at the Election Commission’s website, 23.58% out of the total 87.5 million voters are of ages between 31 and 40 years.

The second largest group of voters is between the ages of 18 and 25. A total of 3,844 registered people are above the age of 100. Out of these senior voters, 2,524 are registered in Punjab, 673 in Sindh, 350 in K-P, and 263 in Balochistan.

The federal capital has 18 such voters while Fata has 16 senior voters.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 18th, 2013.

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Reader Comments (4)

  • Abbas
    Mar 18, 2013 - 11:14AM

    Hopefully People under 40 will mostly vote for PTI….

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  • Aschraful Makhlooq
    Mar 18, 2013 - 12:12PM

    And their first and foremost demand and motto is “The Change of the System not the Faces” and I hope that they shall elect the right,accurate,honest,sincere,devoted and dedicate representatives by their votes to run the government not corrupt,accused and criminals……

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  • LongIslander
    Mar 19, 2013 - 12:00AM

    This is what IK is talking about. PTI all the way. YOUTH is with PTI.

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  • Tahir Zain
    Mar 20, 2013 - 3:14AM

    Actually the youth of this country is not so naive as to be swept by the rabble rousing Taliban khan and his mullah allies in the JI.

    The Pakistani voter has never voted for the mullah and will certainly not do so again. the PTi will inshallah suffer the same ignominious defeat as it has in every election it has fought.

    He should have been better off fighting the election in North Waziristan where his TTP allies would have given him some measure of support.

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