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Occupational Distribution Of Registered Voters For 2023 General Election

Ahead of the 2023 general elections, it’s no news that this year recorded the highest number of voters in the history of Nigeria. 

According to the data by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, the total registered for this year’s elections is 93,469.008 which is the highest number ever. 

Here’s the breakdown of occupational distribution of registered voters who will have the opportunity to choose the next leaders that will steer the affairs of this nation for the next four years. 

OCCUPATIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF REGISTERED VOTERS

Total Voters

93,469.008

Artisans

4.967,464 =5.3%

Business 

12.457,997 = 15.3%

Civil Servants 

5,283, 549 =5.7%

Farming/fishing 

14, 742, 554 = 15.8%

Housewives 

13,006,939 = 13.9%

Trading

7,998,658 = 8.6%

Public servants 

2,376,223 = 2.5%

Student

26,027,481 = 28.7%

Others 

6,608,143 = 7.1%

AGE GROUP OF REGISTERED VOTERS

Youth (18-34)

37,060,399 =39.65%

Middle-Aged (35-49)

33,413,591 =35.75%

Elderly (50-69)

17,700,270 =18.94%%

Old (70+)

5,294,748 =5.66%

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