Women again outnumbered men in Mizoram’s final voters’ list, which was published on Friday after a four-and-a-half month long summary revision.
The voters’ list was published simultaneously across the state with January 1, 2019, as qualifying date of age.
Mizoram is the fourth north-eastern state after Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Meghalaya, where female voters have exceeded male voters for the past several years.
According to Mizoram Election Department, of the total of 784,405 voters in the final list, as many as 4,02,408 are women and 3,81,991 men. There are six third gender voters.
In seven of the eight districts, except Mamit, the number of women voters is higher than male voters.
The State’s final electoral rolls have seen an increase of 1.45 per cent voters over last year’s rolls, which had a total of 768,181 voters – with 393,685 women and 374,496 men.