ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) said on Thursday that the total registered voters in the country have reached the figure of 97 million, including 54.5 male and 42.4 female voters.
According to available data of registered voters shared by the ECP, out of the total count, 55.8 million voters were from Punjab, 20.64 million voters were from Sindh, 14 million voters from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 3.7 million voters from Balochistan, 2.14 million voters from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, and 0.69 million voters from the federal capital.
It said that out of the total current figure, 14.6 million voters were between the age of 18 to 25 years, while 27. 6 million voters were between the age of 26 to 35 years.
Similarly, 20.32 million voters were found to be between the age of 36 to 45 years, 14.8 million voters were between 46 to 55 years, and 9.8 million voters were aged between 56 to 65, while 9.5 million voters were above 65 years of age.
The figure of registered voters in 2013 general elections was 86 million, while it was expected that the number of registered voters would cross the figure of 100 million by general elections 2018.