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Island wide voting has won in Guernsey's referendum on the electoral system, which means the island's voting system is set for change.
Option A took 52.48% against Option C in the fourth and final round of counting.
Options B, D and E were knocked out in previous rounds.
45.1% of the electorate turned out to vote.
Option B has been knocked out of the referendum following the 3rd count.
No option has over 50% of the votes so the counting will go to the next round.
- A had 5755 votes
- B had 3932 votes
- C had 4220 votes
Option E has been knocked out of the running during the second count for Guernsey's referendum.
Option A - which proposes island-wide voting - is still in the lead.
The 1004 votes for E will now be redistributed and recounted.
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After the first count Option A has the largest percentage of votes and Option D has the smallest, knocking it out of the second count.
A minimum turnout of 40% was needed for the result to be binding or the final decision would have fallen to the States.