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Ungvár, 2018. április 8. Egy nõ leadja szavazatát az ungvári magyar fõkonzulátuson az országgyûlési képviselõ-választáson 2018. április 8-án. MTI Fotó: Nemes János

By 11am on Sunday, 29.93 percent of all voters, around 2.4 million people, had cast their ballot in Hungary’s parliamentary election, the National Election Office (NVI) reported.

Turnout was the highest (32.56pc) in Békés County, in the south-east, and the lowest (26.43pc) in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg, in the north-east. Turnout in Budapest was 29.14 percent.

Turnout at 11am in 2014 was 23.23 percent and 24.78 percent in 2010.

Earlier during the day

By 9am on Sunday, 13.17 percent of all voters, close to 1.04 million people, had cast their ballot in Hungary’s parliamentary election, the National Election Office (NVI) reported.

Turnout was the highest (15.34pc) in Békés County, in the south-east, and the lowest (11.74pc) in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén, in the north. Turnout in Budapest was 11.1 percent.

Turnout at 9am in 2014 was 9.50 percent and 10.23 percent in 2010.

By 7am on Sunday, 2.24 percent of Hungary’s 8.25 million voters had cast their ballots in the national election.
According to figures from the National Election Office (NVI), 176,087 people voted in the first hour of the election.

Turnout at 7am was highest (2.59pc) in Békés County, in the south-east, and lowest (1.98pc) in north-western Hungary’s Győr-Moson-Sopron. Turnout in Budapest was 1.92 percent.

Turnout at the last national election in 2014 was 1.64 percent, following 1.61 percent in 2010.

Source: MTI

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