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Constituency-by-constituency: How you voted

Which electoral area had the highest proportion of ‘Yes’ votes? Which one had the highest percentage of ‘No’ ballots? And into which top 10 does the Taoiseach’s home constituency fall?

The two Donegal constituencies and Dublin North West, marked in red, were the three constituencies to reject the referendum proposal.
The two Donegal constituencies and Dublin North West, marked in red, were the three constituencies to reject the referendum proposal.

AS WE NOW know, the Children’s Rights Referendum has been passed.

This was the breakdown of the national result:

- 58 per cent Yes (615,731 votes)

- 42 per cent No (445,863 votes)

- A total of 1,066, 239 votes were cast: 4,645 of these were spoiled.

- Three constituencies out of the total of 43 rejected the proposed Constitutional amendment:

  1. Donegal South West
  2. Donegal North East
  3. Dublin North West

The 10 constituencies with the highest proportion of Yes votes were:

  • Dublin South (73%)
  • Dublin South East (71.9%)
  • Dun Laoghaire (71.6%)
  • Kildare North (66.3%)
  • Dublin North (64.8%)
  • Dublin North Central (63.3%)
  • Galway West (62.2%)
  • Clare (61.7%)
  • Limerick City (61%)
  • Dublin West (60.8%)

The 10 constituencies with the highest proportion of No votes were:

  • Donegal North East (59.7%)
  • Donegal South West (56.5%)
  • Dublin North West (50.4%)
  • Cork North Central (49.9%)
  • Dublin South West (48.1%)
  • Roscommon/South Leitrim (47.1%)
  • Mayo (47%)
  • Louth (46.9%)
  • Meath West (46.7%)
  • Kerry North/West Limerick (46.4%)

The following are the results for each constituency:

Carlow-Kilkenny – Yes
Yes: 59.18
No: 40.82

Cavan-Monaghan – Yes
Yes: 53.86
No: 46.14

Clare – Yes
Yes: 61.71
No: 38.29

Cork East – Yes
Yes: 56.11
No: 43.89

Cork North-West – Yes
Yes: 57.44
No: 42.56

Cork South West – Yes
Yes: 56.58
No: 43.42

Cork North Central – Yes
Yes: 50.09
No: 49.91

Cork South Central – Yes
Yes: 59.52
No: 40.48

Donegal North East – No
Yes: 40.34
No: 59.66

Donegal South West – No
Yes: 43.53
No: 56.47

Dublin Central – Yes
Yes: 58.65
No: 41.35

Dublin North East – Yes
Yes: 60.1
No: 39.9

Dublin South Central
- Yes
Yes: 54.89
No: 45.11

Dublin Mid West – Yes
Yes: 55.21
No: 44.79

Dublin North – Yes
Yes: 64.83
No: 35.17

Dublin North Central – Yes
Yes: 63.31
No: 36.69

Dublin North West - No
Yes: 49.61
No: 50.39

Dublin South – Yes
Yes: 73.03
No: 26.97

Dublin South East – Yes
Yes: 71.87
No: 28.13

Dublin South West
– Yes
Yes: 51.93
No: 48.07

Dublin West – Yes
Yes: 60.84
No: 39.16

Dun Laoghaire
- Yes
Yes: 71.57
No: 28.43

Galway East - Yes
Yes: 59.02
No: 40.98

Galway West - Yes
Yes: 62.2
No: 37.8

Kerry South
– Yes
Yes: 57.06
No: 42.94

Kerry North/West Limerick - Yes
Yes: 53.65
No: 46.35

Kildare North – Yes
Yes: 66.27
No: 33.73

Kildare South – Yes
Yes: 57.79
No: 42.21

Laois-Offaly - Yes
Yes: 53.66
No: 46.34

Limerick - Yes
Yes: 59.01
No: 40.99

Limerick City
– Yes
Yes: 60.99
No: 39.01

Longford-Westmeath – Yes
Yes: 54.88
No: 45.12

Louth
- Yes
Yes: 53.09
No: 46.91

Mayo – Yes
Yes: 53.01
No: 46.99

Meath East – Yes
Yes: 59.8
No: 40.2

Meath West - Yes
Yes: 53.26
No: 46.74

Roscommon-South Leitrim – Yes
Yes: 52.92
No: 47.08

Sligo-North Leitrim – Yes
Yes: 56.25
No: 43.75

Tipperary North – Yes
Yes: 55.75
No: 44.25

Tipperary South - Yes
Yes: 54.17
No: 45.83

Waterford - Yes
Yes: 55.95
No: 44.05

Wexford - Yes
Yes: 54.83
No: 45.17

Wickow – Yes
Yes: 59.99
No: 40.01

Read: So who did turn out to vote?

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