Voting operations for the renewal of the Chamber and Senate are open this morning (voting only today, Sunday 25 September, until 11 pm).
Partial data will be released with the turnout at 12 and 19.
The following are the 12 o’clock data. As can be seen, compared to the national average, in Tuscany the turnout was more than 3 percentage points higher, in Florence it was almost 5 percentage points higher. Both in Florence and in Tuscany the turnout is higher than in the electoral policies of 2018.
At 12 o’clock these are the data on the turnout in the Chamber and the Senate (data from the Ministry of the Interior):
Vote for the Chamber of Deputies, turnout at 12:
Florence 24.18% (on 4 March 2018, in the previous political elections, 22.77% had voted)
Tuscany 22.33% (in 2018 21.17% had voted)
Italy 19.23% (in 2018 they had voted 19.52) given in update but very few sections are missing, variation will be minimal, in the order of zero point
Vote for the Senate, turnout at 12:
DATA STILL NOT RECEIVED, UPDATING
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We vote with the so-called ‘Rosatellum’, a mixed electoral law that provides for the election of one third of parliamentarians with the majority method (in single-member constituencies), and two-thirds with the proportional method (in multi-member constituencies).
The voter has two ballots available to vote, pink for the House and yellow for the Senate.
To vote, it is necessary to place an X on the name of the selected candidate (so the vote is also transmitted to the list or lists that support it) or on the name of the chosen list (in this way the vote is also transmitted to the candidate that that list supports. to the uninominal). Separate voting is not possible, under penalty of annulment of the vote Here more details on the electoral law.
Cut of parliamentarians and 18-year-olds also to vote in the Senate
In these elections, for the first time in the history of the Republic, a smaller number of parliamentarians will be elected. This is due to the cut of the parliamentarians, a constitutional reform approved during the last legislature.
Therefore 400 deputies (and no longer 630) and 200 senators (and no longer 315) will be elected.
Furthermore, for the first time, even 18-year-olds can vote for the Senate elections, as well as for the House. Also in this case, it is the first time: previously to vote in the Senate it was necessary to be at least 25 years of age.
Voting turnout (Chamber) at 12 noon: all municipalities in the province of Florence
The second figure is the one that refers to 2018:
FLORENCE 24.18 22.77
BATHROOM IN RIPOLI 25.15 24.58
BARBERINO DI MUGELLO 22.27 18.26
BARBERINO TAVARNELLE 22.86 –
BORGO SAN LORENZO 21.61 20.99
CALENZANO 25.04 21.94
CAMPI BISENZIO 22.50 21.72
GOAT AND LIMIT 21.83 21.54
CASTELFIORENTINO 20.67 20.99
CERRETO GUIDI 22.81 21.61
CERTALDO 23.70 22.94
DICOMAN 21.62 20.64
EMPOLI 23.19 22.19
FIESOLE 24.93 22.53
FIGLINE AND INCISA VALDARNO 22.67 20.94
FLORENCE 25.65 24.13
FLORENCE 23.50 23.36
FUCECCHIO 21.79 22.05
GAMBASSI TERME 22.46 22.97
GREVE IN CHIANTI 22.57 20.50
IMPRUNETA 24.43 22.46
SIGNED SHEET 22.50 21.88
LONDON 24.90 23.92
MARRADI 23.46 23.81
MOUNT 19.13 19.42
MONTELUPO FIORENTINO 23.34 22.50
MONTESPERTOLI 23.53 21.92
PALAZZUOLO SUL SENIO 24.29 23.43
PELAGO 25.52 23.24
PONTASSIEVE 25.07 22.77
REGGELLO 22.54 20.47
RIGNANO ON THE ARNO 23.66 23.57
RUFINA 23.10 21.19
SAN CASCIANO IN VAL DI PESA 24.22 23.30
SAN GODENZO 25.46 26.28
SCANDICCI 25.22 20.96
SCARPERIA AND SAN PIERO 22.17 22.75
SESTO FIORENTINO 24.69 22.88
MARK 20.24 19.21
MONEY ORDER 25.14 25.19
VICCHIO 21.54 21.17
WIN 22.23 23.29