In Russia, a vote was passed on amendments to the Constitution. The amendments were adopted by a majority vote, only one region voted against. Maps and main results – in RBC material
How voted on amendments to the Constitution
The amendments were supported by 77.92%, they opposed – 21.27%. The regions with the highest level of support for amendments were Chechnya (97.92%), Tuva (96.79%), and Crimea (90.07%). The only region where most residents voted against is the Nenets Autonomous Okrug (55.94%).
Voting turnout for constitutional amendments
Turnout exceeded 67%. The regions with the highest turnout are Chechnya (95%), Tuva (92%) and Bashkiria (90%). The lowest turnout – 44% – was recorded in several regions at once: Kamchatka Territory, Khabarovsk Territory, Irkutsk Region and Tomsk Region.
As voted on amendments to the Constitution in Moscow
In Moscow, in none of the districts did the majority of voters vote against the amendments. In Khamovniki, Ostankino and Gagarinsky districts, 44–46% of voters voted “against”. The highest level of support (75–77%) was shown by the Moskvorechye-Saburovo, Arbat, Chertanovo Yuzhnoye, Vnukovo, Nagatinsky Zaton, Orekhovo-Borisovo Yuzhnoye districts.
How the Constitution of Russia will change. Major amendments