2006-10-29

50%, ipak


CeSID is now estimating that turnout was 50% one hour before the official poll closing time. If the competing figures follow the pattern set so far, RIK's numbers will be higher. For the referendum to pass, a majority of registered voters must have voted yes, which means that the overwhelming majority of votes will have to be in favor.

Image: Turnout at 7 PM, according to CeSID.

Update: B92 is reporting (only by audio now, no text to link) that CeSID's estimate is that the referendum has succeeded, based an analysis of a random sample of polling places.

5 comments:

cãorafeiro said...

now it says 53%

bytycci said...

Forward, to the past!!!!!

blahblahblah said...

For once, the Serbian electorate votes the right way. Aah, smile - you're in Србија now :p

Eric Gordy said...

Hmm, I'm supposed to be getting your comments automatically in the mail and I'm not. Guess this means Blogger is acting up again.

bytycci said...

Serbia might as well include Cuba in its constitution :P