By 10.30 am over eight percent had voted in the election today – that’s two percent more than in the last election, two years ago.
Highest turnout has been in Krakow so far, with 16 percent already voted.
My girlfriend has just cast her ballot. It’s a gloriously sunny day today and she said that she had never seen a polling station so busy.
And in the US, around 80 percent of those registered voted. In Greenpoint, NY, 87 percent turned up.
But the polling stations will be closing 20 minutes later than planned as in two places, one in Plock and the other in Pila, opened late. It reminds me of one election a couple of years ago – can’t remember which one, where the polling officers got so rat arsed the night before, she failed to get up on time to open the polling station.
So exit poll results will now be at 20.20 CET. See ya then...
Sunday, October 21, 2007
Posted by beatroot at 10/21/2007