Voter turnout fluctuates from 90% down to 33%
The highest voter turnout in the Latvian parliamentary election has been in 90.16% in Saulkrasti novads, Vidzeme region, while the lowest voter activity has been registered in Rēzekne novads, Latgale region, with 33.47% of all voters taking part in the ballot.
Final data of the Central Election Commission of Latvia show that the overall voter turnout in the October 6 Saeima election has been 845,113 out of the total 1,548,100 adult citizens.
The capital Riga has seen a voter turnout of 63.24%, whereas the second largest city – Daugavpils – 41.55%.
Regionally, the map of voter activity in Latvia as compiled by the Central Election Commission shows the highest turnout in the northcentral part, Vidzeme; however, voters in the south-east of the country, Latgale region, have been comparatively inactive to cast their votes.