In Rome, at 7 pm, for the second round of the administrative elections, 25.28% of those entitled to vote voted. A figure down compared to last October 3rd and 4th when 29.50% of those entitled voted at 7 pm.
Voting in the town halls
The data of the individual municipalities is interesting. II was the one where the most voted, with 29.74%. Followed by VII, III and I, all below 28%. Very badly the VI, a territory in which the center-right and M5s compete for the municipal ballot: just 19.43% of those entitled to vote voted. The XV (23.14%) and the X (23.51) are also bad.
|% Males||% Females||% Total|
|Town Hall IV||26,64||24,69||25,61|
|Town Hall VI||20,55||18,37||19,43|
|Town Hall XIV||25,23||22,80||23,90|
|Municipality XV||23,34||22,95|| |
So the vote two weeks ago at 7pm
|Town Hall IV||29,72|
|Town Hall VI||25,16|
|Town Hall XIV||28,56|
The vote in the province
The turnout is also bad in the other three municipalities of the province in which voting to elect the mayor is taking place. In Bracciano, 31.90% of those entitled voted, against 36.58%. In Frascati 25.76% against 33.62%. To Marino on 25.19 against 31.98 of 2 weeks ago.