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Different methodologies used: Saneem


Oct 01, 2021 11:07:10 AM

Different methodologies used: Saneem There is a difference in the number of populations over the age of 18 years between the Bureau of Statistics and Fijian Elections Office as two different methodologies were used.

This was highlighted by the Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem today in a webinar with five political parties.

This comes after the Fiji Labour Party had questioned the lack of consistency between the number of projected voters by the Bureau of Statistics and the Fijian Elections Office.

Saneem said the methodology used for voter registration is different from the statistics collection.

“I think the Party did not properly read the entire press release that we had sent out to understand that the methodology for recording this information is different.

“Methodology used for the voter registration is different from the statistics collection. Statistics is a snapshot of the population on a particular night at a particular time.

“Voter registration is an ongoing exercise that people continue to register as and when they want to do so.

“The methodology used by the Fijian Elections Office is internationally recognised like organisations like the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights.

“The international body had advised that there will be a mismatch of numbers, simply because of the methodologies used,” he said.

He said the number of adults vaccinated for coronavirus is 10,000 more than the projected number of 18-year-olds in Fiji by the Bureau of Statistics.

“The number of people who have already received the job has gone over 590,000, which is about 10,000 more than the projected number of 18-year-olds by the Bureau of Statistics.”

“The real-time statistics in terms of the number of people is very different from the projections and this is why the numbers are different,” he said.

He said there are 651,168 registered voters as of the 30th of June 2021, there are 49.94 per cent females and 50.06 per cent males on the voter list.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka




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