The chart below presents newly released data from the National Electoral Commission, which gives breakdowns of the number of male and female registered voters by region. In most regions, the numbers of female and male registered voters are similar, with a few exceptions. Most notably, there are more female than male registered voters in Geita[…]
The National Electoral Commission has released a breakdown of registered voters by age group, which has been compiled into the chart below. It shows how a clear majority (57%) of registered voters are young people, defined here as those under 35 years old. This matches the age profile of the adult population of Tanzania. The[…]
This map depicts literacy rates in Kiswahili in people over 5 years of age.
This map depicts HIV prevalence rates as per the 2012 National Bureau of Statistics census data.
The Washington Post has published an analysis as of new UN population projections up to the year 2100. The article touched briefly on Tanzania, along with this chart: Here’s what the article had to say about Tanzania in particular: “Take a look at Tanzania, which is today one of the poorest countries in the world.[…]
84% of registered voters voted in 2000, just 42% in 2010. That’s an incredibly fast drop-off. So what happened? Well, I don’t think anyone really has the answer. If you look at the more detailed numbers, you see that the number of registered voters almost doubled between 2000 and 2010, but that the number of[…]