The editors of ProVladimir have obtained data on voter turnout for the September 17 Duma elections in the Vladimir region – the first of the three days of voting.
As of 8:00 p.m., 112,599 voters (11.28%) out of 1,101,262 eligible voters had gone to the polls.
The highest turnout was in Murom district (20.26%), Gorokhovetsky district (15.13%) and Selivanovsky district (14.30%). In the city of Vladimir 30,634 voters came to the polls, or 11.17% – the average figure.
There was an interesting anomaly of mobile voting in Murom district. In total, 2,892 people voted in the municipality, of whom more than half – 1,740 – outside the PECs, that is, at home or in institutions. In the remaining districts, the figure varies between 0.5% and 5%.