The maximum number of voters in Haryana who will cast their vote first time in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections fall in Gurgaon Lok Sabha constituency.
The number of first time voters in the age group of 18-19 years in Gurgaon is 47161 according to the data released by Haryana State Government.
Out of a total of 339452 first-time voters in the 18-19 age group 98756 voters are females and 250696 are males.
The maximum number of first time women voters 14144 in the 18-19 age group also fall in Gurgaon Lok Sabha constituency even as the maximum number of 33017 first-time men voters too come from the same constituency.
On the other hand, the minimum number of 27213 voters in the age group of 18 and 19 fall in Rohtak Lok Sabha constituency. These include 7,221 women and 19,992 men.
The maximum number of 41571 voters in the age group of above 80 is in Sirsa out of which men number 25097.
The least number of 26207 voters above 80 years of age fall in Faridabad Lok Sabha constituency. These include 12465 women and 13742 men.
While on the national level, the Election Commission’s data show that the proportion of 18-19 year-olds registered to vote is the highest in Jharkhand (9 per cent of total electors), Chhattisgarh (4.9 per cent) and Rajasthan (4.8 per cent) and the lowest in Himachal Pradesh (1.3 per cent), Maharashtra (1.4 per cent) and Kerala and Karnataka (1.8 per cent).
2014 Lok Sabha election will reflect the peak of India’s electoral demographic dividend with 10% of voters likely to be first-time voters.
Where: In Haryana
When: 13 March 2014