Info-graphic comparison of Egypt's constitutional referendums: 2012 vs 2014

Ahram Online, Wednesday 22 Jan 2014

Vote counting after 2014 Constitution referendum (Photo: Mai Shaheen)

Ahram Online presents a detailed visual breakdown of the results of Egypt's constitutional referendums in 2014 and 2012.

The chart compares both referendums' voter turnout and total votes across all Egyptian governorates, in addition to highlighting regional trends.

The 2014 constitutional referendum witnessed a higher turnout, with 38.6 percent of registered voters coming out to polling stations, as opposed to only 32 percent in 2012.

The coastal city of Marsa Matrouh, near the Libyan border, witnessed the lowest turnout in 2014, falling to 16.2 percent from 36.5 percent in 2012.

The highest turnout in 2014 was seen in the Nile Delta city of Menoufiya.

All the data used in the graphs are according to Supreme Electoral Committee's official website.



Total Turnout comparison

Total Yes and No vote

Turnout in all governorates in 2012 and 2014

Yes and No in all governorates

Turnout in different regions

Turnout in Cairo, Alexandria and Giza

Turnout in Nile delta

Turnout in Upper Egypt

Turnout in border governorates

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