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Appendix table 2. Background factors of persons entitled to vote in Parliamentary elections 2019

Persons
entitled to vote/
whole country
Voting areas
with complete
voting data
Age, average 51.0 50.6
Sex,
men (%)
48.6 48.7
Income,
median (EUR)
21,491 21,173
Education:
lower
secondary (%)
23.9 23.7
Education:
upper
secondary (%)
43.4 44.6
Education:
lowest
tertiary (%)
10.0 10.1
Education:
lower
tertiary (%)
11.7 11.8
Education:
higher
university,
doctorate (%)
10.7 9.5
Employed (%) 52.4 51.9
Unemployed (%) 6.2 6.5
Students (%) 6.5 7.0
Pensioners (%) 31.5 31.3
Other
inactive
population (%)
3.1 3.0
Finnish-
speaking (%)
92.2 93.9
Swedish-
speaking (%)
5.2 4.1
Other
language
speaking (%)
2.5 2.0
Centre Party,
KESK
support (%)
13.8 15.2
Finns Party,
PS
support (%)
17.5 18.3
Coalition Party,
KOK
support (%)
17.0 15.6
Social Democrats,
SDP
support (%)
17.8 18.5
Green League,
GREENS
support (%)
11.5 10.5
Left Alliance,
LEFT
support (%)
8.2 8.3
Swedish
People’s
Party,
RKP
support (%)
4.5 4.0
Christian
Democrats,
KD
support (%)
3.9 3.8
Blue
Reform,
Sin
support (%)
0.9 1.0
Others,
support (%)
4.5 4.4

Source: Parliamentary elections 2019, review of voting in the Parliamentary elections, Statistics Finland

Inquiries: Sami Fredriksson 029 551 2696, vaalit@stat.fi

Director in charge: Jari Tarkoma


Updated 24.5.2019

Referencing instructions:

Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Parliamentary elections [e-publication].
ISSN=1799-6279. Background analysis of voters 2019, Appendix table 2. Background factors of persons entitled to vote in Parliamentary elections 2019 . Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 9.12.2022].
Access method: http://www.stat.fi/til/evaa/2019/03/evaa_2019_03_2019-05-24_tau_002_en.html