Electoral Registration Officers across Scotland have compiled and published the number of young voters who have registered to vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum on Thursday 18 September.

A total of 4,285,323 people have registered to vote in the referendum and the total includes 109,533 people under 18.

The numbers have been broken down by Scotland’s 32 local authority areas:

Council Polling list electorate under 18
Aberdeen 3,658
Aberdeenshire 5,926
Angus 2,490
Argyll and Bute 1,808
City of Edinburgh 7,467
Clackmannanshire 1,037
Dumfries & Galloway 2,936
Dundee 3,649
East Ayrshire 2,836
East Dunbartonshire 2,437
East Lothian 2,153
East Renfrewshire 2,479
Falkirk 3,007
Fife 8,155
Glasgow 10,864
Highland 5,144
Inverclyde 1,761
Midlothian 1,747
Moray 2,310
North Ayrshire 3,377
North Lanarkshire 7,049
Orkney Islands 460
Perth & Kinross 3,309
Refrewshire 3,962
Scottish Borders 1,798
Shetland Islands 544
South Ayrshire 2,646
South Lanarkshire 6,246
Stirling 2,003
West Dunbartonshire 1,725
West Lothian 3,952
Western Isles 598
Total 109,533

Voters can obtain more information about the referendum and how to vote at www.aboutmyvote.co.uk

ENDS

Issued by Golley Slater on behalf of the Chief Counting Officer for the Scottish Independence Referendum. For further information, please contact Angela Hughes or Christina Kelly – 0141 548 8028 / 0141 548 8222

Angela Hughes m: 07970 184 198 / ahughes@golleyslater.co.uk

Christina Kelly m: 07875 581 955 / ckelly@golleyslater.co.uk