55.5 percent out of the total voters in Jharkhand for the fourth and final phase in 1-Rajmahal (ST), 2-Dumka (ST) and Godda Lok Sabha seats on May 19 are less than the age of 40 years. L. Khiangte, Chief Electoral Officer told that 45,64,681 (according to 29.4.2019) voters will exercise their right for these three seats. It includes 23,64,541 male, 22,00,119 female and 21 third genders. Of these total voters, 25,33,455 are between 18 and 40 years of age. It includes 13,31,271 male, 12,02,165 female and 19 third gender voters.
Mr. Khiangte said that 7,43,416 voters under the age group 18 to 25 will exercise their right in the elections to be held in the fourth phase in Jharkhand, which is 16.29 percent of the total voters of this phase. It includes 4,06,841 male, 3,36,561 female and 14 third gender voters. On the other hand, the percentage of voters in this age group was 19.63 in the Lok Sabha elections of 2014 in Rajmahal, Dumka and Godda.
17,90,039 voters of the 26 to 40 age group will exercise their right to vote in elections on May 19th in Jharkhand. This is 39.21 percent of the total voters of this phase. It includes 9,24,430 male, 8,65,604 female and 5 third gender voters. The percentage of voters in this age group was 38.58 in the 2014 election.
Mr. Khiangte told that there are 149078 voters in the fourth and final phase for the three seats in Jharkhand, which fall under the age group of 41 to 60 years. This is 32.65 percent of the total voters of this phase. It includes 7,63,434 male, 7,26,742 female and 2 third gender voters. It was 31.51 percent in the 2014 general elections.
There are 5,41,048 voters above 60 years of age for the Lok Sabha seat of Rajmahal, Dumka and Godda. This is 11.85 percent of the total voters of this phase. It includes 2,69,836 male and 2,71,212 female voters. It was 10.27 percent in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.