The most active voters in the Elections to the European Parliament are persons aged 55–64

The most active voters in the Elections to the European Parliament are persons aged 55–64

According to the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) data, 2,491,699 voters were recorded on the electoral roll. Out of these, 1,330,282 (53.39%) voters participated in the Elections to the European Parliament.

In the Elections to the European Parliament participated: 18–24 years old voters – 6.9% (91 708), 25-29 years old voters – 6.74% (89,429), 30-34 years old voters – 7.73% (102,588), 35-44 years old voters – 15.28% (202,740), 45-54 years old voters – 17.05% (226,304), 55-64 years old voters – 18.75% (251,834), 65-74 years old voters – 14.23% (188,902); voters – 13.32% (176,777).