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Wellington Referendum: STV 52.0% - FPP 47.6%

From: http://wcc.govt.nz/council/elections/stv-voting/stv-poll-results.html

PROGRESS/PROVISIONAL RESULTS FOR THE POLL TO DETERMINE WHICH ELECTORAL SYSTEM WILL BE USED FOR THE 2004 AND 2007 LOCAL AUTHORITY ELECTIONS IN WELLINGTON CITY - AS AT 30-Nov-2002 13:36 Sat

The final results of this Poll will be announced on Wednesday 4th December 2002, and will be available on this page. If you have any questions about the information given, please contact Ross Bly, Electoral Officer, on (04) 801 3484.

PROVISIONAL RESULTS FOR ISSUE 51 - ELECTORAL SYSTEM POLL

100.0% BATCHES COUNTED

Options to be Chosen 1
Number of Voters 128307
Votes Returned 32.1%
Batches counted so far 827(100.0%) Batches remaining are 0
Voting Papers counted so far 41216 Voters remaining are 0
# of Voting Papers Sent 128307 Valid Voters Counted 41077
Informal Votes 139
Electoral System Option Count %age
For, Single Transferable Vote 21451 52.0%
For, First Past The Post 19626 47.6%
Informal 139 0.3%

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