VOTING numbers in today’s general election are about 1% lower than they were in 2011, a poll suggests.
By 14.00 on Sunday, 37.02% of the 36.5 million Spaniards registered to vote had cast their ballot, according to figures from the Interior Ministry.
At the same point in 2011, 37.88% of people had voted.
In Andalucia, 35.03% of registered voters had been to the ballot box and in Catalunya the figure of 35.3% is 1.55% lower than in 2011.
Voting attendances so far in Madrid and Valencia are reported to be 4.5% and 7% respectively above the national average.
The Basque Country has also turned out in high numbers so far.
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