Presidential Elections 2023 – Repeat election: Statement by the Chief Returning Officer, Dr Costas Constantinou, on the voter turnout until 3 p.m.
During the ongoing repeat voting, it is estimated that, by 3:00 p.m., a 55% of all registered voters came to the polling stations to exercise their right to vote.
This percentage corresponds to 308,550 fellow citizens and it shows a decrease of 0,6% compared to the 55,6% of the first round of the Presidential Elections.
Compared to the corresponding time during the last Presidential Elections of 2018 (53,2%), voter turnout indicates an increase of 1,8%.
In particular, by 3:00 p.m., the voter turnout and the corresponding percentages of previous elections, by electoral district, are as follows:
As Chief Returning Officer, I must remind you that in less than three hours the ability of registered voters to exercise their right to vote will expire. I hope that our fellow citizens will come to the polling stations to exercise their right to vote.
We will be back here at 5:15 p.m. for our next scheduled statement on the voter turnout.