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.
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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.
Islanders in Guernsey will find out how their deputies will be elected in future.