Vladimir Region Elects Deputies to the State Duma. Turnout on September 17

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%.

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