29,1% of voters voted by noon


By 12 noon, 29,1% of the eligible voters had voted in the European Parliament elections in Estonia. Voter turnout was the highest in Tartu (33,7%), and the lowest in Ida-Virumaa (17,1%).

In the 2014 European Parliament elections, 25.3% of voters had voted by noon.

All 444 polling places will be open until 8 p.m. Voters can vote only in the voting district of their residence. The voter must present a valid identity document, e.g. passport, ID-card or driving licence. It is not necessary to bring the voter’s card. A vote cast in advance voting and i-voting cannot be changed today.

Voters who are unable to vote at a polling place due to their state of health or for another good reason can vote at home. In order to vote at home, the voter must make an application by telephone to the voting district committee of their residence by 2 p.m. today at the latest.