The turnout in Sunday’s elections to the Sejm and Senate at 12 p.m. was 22.59 percent, the National Electoral Commission reported. Polling stations are open from 7 a.m. The highest turnout was recorded in the Podlaskie Voivodeship, the lowest in the Opole Voivodeship.
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Voting in the 2023 parliamentary elections started at 7 a.m. Poles are electing MPs and senators today. Polling stations across the country will be open until 9 p.m. After they close, the election silence will end and the results of the exit polls will be made public.
National Electoral Commission on attendance
The Chairman of the National Electoral Commission, Sylwester Marciniak, announced during a press conference just after 1:30 p.m. that the turnout in Sunday’s elections to the Sejm and Senate at 12 was 22.59 percent. Four years ago, in the parliamentary elections, the turnout was 12 was 18.14 percent.
The Chairman of the National Electoral Commission added that the highest turnout was at 12 was in district no. 14 (Nowy Sącz) and amounted to 25.68%, and the lowest (19.75%) was in district no. 21 (Opole).
The highest turnout in the Podlaskie voivodeship, the lowest in the Opole voivodeship
As he emphasized, the highest turnout was recorded in the province. Podlasie. It amounted to 25.23 percent. Second place was taken by the voivodeship. Lesser Poland Voivodeship – 24.28 percent
The lowest turnout was in the province. Opole Voivodeship – 19.75%, the second place from the bottom was taken by the Opole Voivodeship – 19.75%. Lubuskie – 20.82%, and the third place from the bottom was taken by the voivodeship Świętokrzyskie – 20.85 percent
Turnout in cities
The chairman of the National Electoral Commission, Sylwester Marciniak, announced during a press conference that “when it comes to collective information in selected cities, these are most often provincial cities.”
– The highest turnout at 12 p.m. is currently in Białystok – 26.54 percent – he emphasized. The graphics published at the National Electoral Commission conference show that Olsztyn is in second place – 25.62 percent, and Warsaw is third with turnout – 25.34 percent. The lowest turnout was in Gdańsk – 17.53 percent, Lublin – 22.84 percent. and Rzeszów – 22.91 percent
In relation to the number of people entitled to vote, the most voters took part in the vote in the town of Krynica Morska (Nowy Dwór County, Pomeranian Voivodeship) – 52.98%.
However, in relation to the number of eligible voters, the least number of voters took part in the vote in the Pawłów commune (Starachowice poviat, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship) – 12.20%. – said the chairman of the National Electoral Commission.
The next NEC press conference is scheduled for 18.30.
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