Castilla

In addition, have emphasized total normalcy with which the election day in all Spain is developing. By communities in the Andalusian region, participation at 18.00 hours has been 49,06%, compared to 46,79% in 2007. At 1400 hours, participation in the municipal elections of May 22 had been located by 36,36%, about four points above registered participation, at the same time, in the 2007 elections, when he went from 32,61%. In Aragon, the registered participation is 51.43%, compared to 50.40% of 2007. At 14.00 h was 38.32%, compared to 36,15% in 2007. In the Canaries, participation has risen slightly, 44,73% versus 44,43% in 2007. At 14.00 h, that percentage is taking off more of 2007: 28,08% versus 27.77% four years ago. Cantabria has experienced a slight drop, 57.22% compared to 58.30%.

The participation in that community at 14.00 h was 39,32 per cent compared to 40,09%. However, in Castilla – La Mancha is one of the communities in which participation has risen more, 58,27% versus 57,44% in 2007. At 1400 hours that rise had already left notice, when participation was 41,27%, against 38,79%. In Castilla y Leon, at 6 p.m. have gone 54,43% of electors to vote against 55,21% in the 2007 elections (to 14.00 h, the figure was 38,08% versus 37,39% in 2007).

Catalonia maintains nearly the participation of 39,27% versus 39,79% (at 14.00 h was 28,99% compared to 28,89%). The percentage of voters descended in Ceuta, which reaches a level of 40,33% versus 46,28% of 2007 (at 14.00 h was 27,58% compared to 30,84% 2007.) Melilla rises and participation is 44,64% versus 41,16% in 2007 (at 1400 hours was 29,77%, while in 2007 at that time had been a 28.39%). Slightly lower participation in Madrid, where the percentage is 50,07%, while in 2007 it had been 50,96% (at 14.00 h had risen, the participation was 34,49%, compared to 34.09%).