After the issue of the Writ for the 2018 General Election on 1st October, 2018, the Fijian Elections Office ceased voter registration.

The total number of voters eligible to vote in the 2018 General Election was 637,527, out of which 316, 431 were females and 321, 096 were males.

The Central Division recorded a total of 265,184 voters, while the Western Division recorded 244,245. The total number of voters in the Northern Division stood at  94,094 and the Eastern recorded 26,034. A total of 7,970 voters were registered overseas.

A total of 458, 532 votes were cast in the 2018 General Election – with a rate of 0.9% invalid votes. Click for the Final National Results Tally.

The FEO has managed to keep a clean and an updated list of voters using thorough verification and adjudication processes. In order to ensure that the details of all registered deceased voters are removed from the voter list, the FEO also engages with Fiji’s Births, Deaths and Marriages [BDM] Registry and the Fiji National Provident Fund [FNPF]. This data was then verified through fieldwork during our nationwide drive as well as from the direct visits to various locations to ensure the data is accurate.

The following charts provide further breakdowns on voter registration:


Voter Registration Statistics
(Data as at 01 October, 2018)
Hover over the charts to show statistics/legend data

Voter Population by Gender

  • Females
  • Males

Voter Population by Divisions

  • Central
  • Eastern
  • Northern
  • Western
  • Overseas

Voter Population by Divison, by Gender, by Age Group - Central Division

  • Female
  • Male

Voter Population by Divison, by Gender, by Age Group - Eastern Division

  • Female
  • Male

Voter Population by Divison, by Gender, by Age Group - Northern Division

  • Female
  • Male

Voter Population by Divison, by Gender, by Age Group - Western Division

  • Female
  • Male

Voter Population by Divison, by Gender, by Age Group - Overseas

  • Male
  • Female