Iceland’s electoral commission has released the final results of Saturday’s election on the Icesave law.
177,559 people used their opportunity to vote out of a total of nearly 230,000 registered voters.
69,462 people voted ‘yes’, which was 39.7 percent.
103,207 people voted ‘no’, which amounted to 58.9 percent of the total turnout.
1.3 percent of votes cast did not count towards the final outcome. 2,039 of those were deliberately left empty as a protest vote and 406 ballots were invalidated for various technical reasons.