2012. For December 17. Date of  a Bermuda' General Election. Of the oldest citizens, those over 100 years old, 19 were registered to vote according to figures provided by the Parliamentary Registrar. Another 427 registered voters were in the 90 to 99 age group, 2,148 between the ages of 80 and 89, while 4,233 70 to 79 year olds were registered to vote. Fifteen percent of the registered voters (6,651) were between the ages of 18 and 29, while those aged between 50 and 59 represented the highest proportion (21 percent) of registered voters by age — or 9,024 voters. Those between the ages of 40 and 49 come next at 18.6 percent or 8,143 voters. Broken down by parishes, St George’s (18 percent), Paget (12 percent) and Hamilton (11 percent) were reported to have the highest population growth since 2000. Just two parishes, Smith's and Pembroke, which recorded declines of five and six percent respectively showed negative growth. Pembroke and Warwick maintained their positions as the most populous parishes with 10,602 and 8,606 persons respectively. The City of Hamilton increased its residential population by six percent from 969 persons during the preceding Census, to 1,030. The change reflects condominium developments in the City during the intervening period, according to the Statistics Department. The Town of St. George also saw a population increase of three percent from 1,752 persons to 1,802 in 2010.