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NI Assembly Election: Official voter turnout 64.78% - full figures

Northern Ireland's voter turnout for the 2017 Assembly Election was up across the board with a total of 64.78% polled.

The official figures state that overall a total of 812,783 votes were polled.

The level of public interest in this election campaign indicates the significant increase on voter engagement compared to the 54.91% which voted in 2016.

The turnout is the highest since the Northern Ireland Assembly election in the months after the 1998 Good Friday Agreement.

The snap election comes as Stormont collapsed in January - just eight months after May's election.

A total of 1,254,709 were eligible to vote in this election where there were 228 candidates battling for 90 seats in 18 constituences.

Voter turnout:

Belfast West: 67%, +9%

Belfast East: 63%, +6%

Belfast South: 64%, +10%

Belfast North: 62%, +10%

Mid-Ulster: 72%, +13%

Strangford: 61%, +11%

North Down: 59%, +10%

Foyle: 65%, +9%

East Londonderry: 63%, +12%

North Antrim: 63%, +10%

East Antrim: 60%, +9%

South Antrim: 62%, +11%

Upper Bann: 62% + %

Newry & Armagh: 69% + 10%

Fermanagh and South Tyrone: 73%, +9%

West Tyrone: 73%, +13%

Lagan Valley 62%, + 9%

South Down 66% +12%

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