Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Thursday announced that the total number of registered voters in the country has reached the figure of 104,267,581 — with 58,463,228 male and 45,804,353 female voters.
According to the latest statistics, the gap between male and female voters has increased, amounting to 12,658,875.
Preliminary electoral rolls-2018 shared by the ECP reveal that out of the total registered voters 59,740,095 voters are from Punjab, 22,066,558 from Sindh, 15,239,571 from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 4,194,311 from Balochistan, 2,296,849 from Fata and 730,197 voters are from the federal capital.
The commission said that in Punjab, male voters are 33,294,012 while female voters are 26,446,083. In Sindh, male voters are 12,275,322 while female voters are 9,791,236.
In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, male voters are 8,690,376 while female voters are 6,549,195. In Balochistan, the male voters are 2,428,370 while the female voters are 1,765,941.
In Fata, male voters are 1,386,032 while female voters are 910,817. In the federal capital, male voters are 389,116 while female voters are 341,081.