Voter turnout reached 43.2 pct

According to preliminary figures, 392 494 people or 43.2% of all voters came to the polls in today’s elections to the European Parliament in Estonia.
Online voters numbered 58 669, which makes up 14.9% of the total.
The turnout was highest in the capital city Tallinn at 53.7%. In Harju County, which includes Tallinn, the turnout was 48%, in the northeastern largely Russian-populated East-Viru County 45.5%, and in Tartu, the second-largest city, 40.2%.
The lowest activity was recorded in the island of Saaremaa where 32.2% of voters came to the polls. In the island county of Hiiumaa and the southern Võru County turnout of 33.9% was recorded.
In the previous European polls five years ago 233 450 people or 26.8% of all voters took part.

Source: Estonian Review