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Election turnout highest in Bratislava region, lowest in Košice region

Bratislava region saw the highest voter turnout in the first round of the presidential election at 47.91 percent, while the lowest turnout was in Kosice region at 38.86 percent, Statistics Office head Ľudmila Benkovičová said during the official announcement of the results on Sunday, March 22. A total of 45.99 percent of voters took part in the election in Trenčín region, closely followed by Žilina region (45.63 percent), Banská Bystrica region (44.32 percent), Trnava region (42.98 percent), Nitra region (42.56 percent) and Prešov region (41.88 percent), the TASR newswire wrote.

Bratislava region saw the highest voter turnout in the first round of the presidential election at 47.91 percent, while the lowest turnout was in Kosice region at 38.86 percent, Statistics Office head Ľudmila Benkovičová said during the official announcement of the results on Sunday, March 22.

A total of 45.99 percent of voters took part in the election in Trenčín region, closely followed by Žilina region (45.63 percent), Banská Bystrica region (44.32 percent), Trnava region (42.98 percent), Nitra region (42.56 percent) and Prešov region (41.88 percent), the TASR newswire wrote.

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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