Voter registration in Fiji started in 2012. The Fijian Elections Office [FEO] conducted national registration drives as well as sent teams to overseas posts to register eligible Fijians. Following the issuance of the Writ for the 2014 General Election, a total of 591,101 voters had been registered from an estimated 620,000 eligible population. Of the 591,101, 192,071 were below the age of 30 and voted for the first time.

Post 2014 General Election, the FEO established that it would now need to focus on registering those who would become eligible after the General Election. The FEO had then decided to design an annual registration drive in Secondary Schools and Vocational training facilities.

Annual overseas registration drives and a Central Division Voter Services Centre has also been set up to reach out to Fijians who require voter services.

The following charts will show voter registration information:


(Data as at 17 January 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

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