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Here’s Breakdown of Total Registered Voters In Six Geo-Political Zone of Nigeria

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Here’s Breakdown of Total Registered Voters In Six Geo-Political Zone of Nigeria

With less down 26-days to the 2019 general election, Here is the breakdown of the total number of registered voters across all the six geo-political zones for 2019 Nigeria Election, according to Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

According to numbers of registered voters released out by INEC, the North-West part of the country has 24% of the total registered votes and there are more male voters than female for the forthcoming 2019 Nigeria Election.

The total number of registered voters stands at 84 Million,15 Million more than the figure in 2015 which stood at 68 Million for next 2019 Nigeria Election.

Here Zonal Breakdown of Registered Voters for 2019 Nigeria Election

South-South — 12,841,279
South East — 10,052,236
South West — 16,292,212
North West — 20,158,100
North East — 11,289,293
North Central — 13,366,070

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Here’s Breakdown of Total Registered Voters In Six Geo-Political Zone of Nigeria

Here Zonal Breakdown of Registered Voters In Percent for 2019 Election

South-South — 15.29%
South East — 11.97%
South West — 19.39%
North West — 24%
North East — 13.44%
North Central — 15.91%

Gender Breakdown

39,598,645 Million Are Female or 47.14%

44,405,439 Million Are Male or 52.86%

Age Distribution

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Youth between 18-35 Years are 42,938,458 Million or 51.11%

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