Well, well, in the end there is no beach. Or at least, from the first hour. Andalusians face a decisive day this Sunday with the regional elections of 19-J. After knowing the advance data of participation at mid-morning, the first great indicator is already known. At 2:00 p.m., the participation is 34.2%, that is, 4.3 points more than in the 2018 elections, as confirmed by the Councilor for the Presidency of the Board, Elías Bendodo.
It should be noted that at 11:30 a.m., turnout stood at 15.2%, an unprecedented figure that did not allow comparison with other electoral events. Precisely, the fear of abstention derived from an exodus to the beaches due to the good weather left by the heat wave, is the great factor on which the different political forces have focused. Added to this is the fact that there was still 22.5% undecided, according to the poll flash of the Sociological Research Center (CIS) last Monday.
The best data in 14 years at 2:00 p.m.
The elections that decide the future of Andalusia this Sunday are registering a high turnout and, 34.2% announced at 2:00 p.m., is the highest figure in that time slot since 2008.
On that occasion, at 2:00 p.m., a turnout of 39.07% was recorded and the electoral process ended with 73.65% of Andalusians exercising their right to vote. This Sunday’s data is more than four points higher than the 29.93% registered at 2:00 p.m. in 2018, 0.29% more than in 2015 and almost five points more than the 29.29% in 2012.
The province of Córdoba, with 39.89%, is the one that registers the highest participation rate until 2:00 p.m., while Huelva is the one that currently has the least mobilization of its electorate, with 29.72%. .
In the rest of the provinces, the turnout at 2:00 p.m. stood at 37.75% in Jaén, 35.43% in Seville, 35.05% in Granada, 32.82% in Málaga, on 32 .01% in Almería and 31% in Cádiz.
At the moment, Bendodo has been cautious and has not wanted to enter into assessing this rise in participation.
The images of the Andalusian elections of 19-J
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