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Elections 2023: financial profile of young voters for the first time

Elections 2023: financial profile of young voters for the first time

The 2023 presidential elections are less and less, and as the date approaches, studies and polls are also multiplying that try to glimpse where the popular vote can reach. Among these, while some are studying the arrival of possible candidates, others focus specifically on voter profiles. In the latter group are those young people who will vote for the first time.

Following the publication of the interim register, by the National Electoral Chamber (CNE), the global Big Data & Analytics company, Equifax, has carried out an analysis of the financial profile of young people who will vote for the first time.

“A significant shift in political participation of this generation has been observed over time, their role in the electoral landscape is becoming increasingly relevant and is expected to be a determining factor in shaping outcomes,” he points out. relationship.

A study shows that in the gender distribution of young people who will vote for the first time this year, who are between 16 and 19 years old, 51% are men and 49% women; 38% belong to the AMBA region and 62% are from within the country.

Where new voters live

Where new voters live

On the other hand, the bankability level of new voters is 10%, the average monthly commitment ratio is 35%; AND they use 63% of their credit card limit.

“Throughout history, young people have been recognized as a demographic with the potential to transform society. The results of our study show that there is still a long way to go in terms of access to the banking system for young Argentines,” said Eduardo Traverso, General Manager of Equifax Argentina.

Financial profile of new voters

Financial profile of new voters

Among those who had access to some kind of financial product74% have only one credit card, 12% have a card and a loan, 10% have only one loan and 4% chose other types of credit products. Regarding the fulfillment of payments, 80% normally fulfill their obligations.

“The possibility of greater access to financial education and credit products continues to be an issue to be explored in order to achieve better financial inclusion, which represents a great opportunity for the entire financial ecosystem”, adds Traverso.


Source: Clarin


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