One of the questions we have been asked during our Missing Millions voter registration drive is which nationalities can register to vote. The graphic below has been designed for use as flash-card in working to register diaspora communities. For more information on our Missing Millions campaign click here.
This is the third in a series of graphics examining voting rights and voter registration as part of the Missing Millions campaign.
This graphic compares Boris’s majority in the 2008 mayoral election with the number of unregistered voters in London. The figure is based on the current number of unregistered households in London (139,312) multiplied by the average number of adults per household which is 1.9. The number of unregistered voters in London is therefore likely to be much higher!
This is the second in a series of graphics examining voting rights and voter registration as part of the Missing Millions campaign.
This image breaks down the percentage of people registered to vote by age group. The figures are taken from the Electoral Commission report ‘Great Britain’s Electoral Registers 2011′ which was published in December.