The voting pattern in the provinces
Argentina, August 14, 2011
The polls began to close at 6 pm, 85,941 in total. The pattern that went to vote is around 70%, 28,840,339 people.
Correo Argentino reported that the first official data will be given at 9 pm, but no earlier than 2 am.
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner would be getting more than 40% of the votes, while members of the opposition Alfonsin, Duhalde, Binner, Rodriguez Saa and Carrió fight for second place, because the second leader would get the anti government votes for the elections of October.
Moreover, Argumedo, Altamira, Jose Bonacci and Sergio Pastore Neighborhood Action Movement fight to achieve the floor of 1.5% needed to be in October.
The province of Buenos Aires conglomerate 37.73% of the standard, thus being crucial in the presidential election.
Behind the largest province in the country are demographically Córdoba with the 8.67%, the City of Buenos Aires with the 8,62$ and Santa Fe with the 8.46%. Behind there are Mendoza with the 4.27% and 3.19% in Tucuman.
Then come Entre Ríos (3.19%), Salta (2.83%), Chaco (2.64%), Misiones (2.5%) Corrientes (2.42%) and Santiago del Estero (2, 08%). With less than five hundred thousand people are San Juan (1.62%), Jujuy (1.54%), Río Negro (1.52%), Neuquén (1.41%), Formosa (1.25%), Chubut (1.25%) and San Luis (1.08%).
Finally, the five provinces with less population, each with less than 1% of the total pattern: Catamarca (0.89%), La Pampa (0.87%), La Rioja (0.8%) Santa Cruz (0.69%) and Tierra del Fuego (0.34%).