The turnout in the elections of the President of Poland as at noon was 24%
The turnout in the elections of the President of Poland as of noon (13.00 MSK) amounted to 24%, said the head of the state electoral Commission of the country Sylvester Marciniak at a press conference on Sunday.
Sunday in Poland held the first round of presidential elections. Polling stations opened at 7.00 (8.00 Moscow time). On the presidency claim 15 candidates, including incumbent President Andrzej Duda. If none of them reach more than 50% of the vote, on July 12 held a second round of elections.
"According to the 100% commissions, the lists are 29 526 533 people eligible to vote. As of 12.00 (13.00 MSK) issued 7 108 803 ballots, which is 24,08%," said Marciniak.
According to him, most actively vote in Mazowieckie province - of 26.36%, and the least in Opole Voivodeship of 20.6%. In terms of cities, the highest turnout was recorded in Warsaw – 29,59%, and lower in Gdansk - of 22.11%.
The voting will last till 21.00 (22.00 GMT). Immediately after the closing will be announced izbiratelnim plots the data exit-poll.