Presidential Elections and National Referendum: Exit-Pol
Monday, 07 November 2016
Presidential elections in Bulgaria ended. According to the exit-poll of the sociological agencies, Rumen Radev, nominated by initiative committee and supported by the Bulgarian Socialist Party earned between 24% and 26.7% of the votes, followed by GERB candidate Tsetska Tsacheva who earned between 22.5% and 23.5% of the votes. The nominee of the United Patriots coalition Krasimir Karakachanov placed third. He earned between 13.6% and 15.6% of the votes. Voter turnout was between 52.4% and 53%. If official results confirm the data of the exit poll, Rumen Radev and Tsetska Tsacheva would advance to the run-off voting on November 13. Between 45.3% and 47% of all Bulgarians with voting rights cast their ballots at the national referendum. The sociological agencies are to announce the results of the parallel vote tabulation. Later, the Central Election Commission will announce the official results.