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Lisbon Treaty Referendum Results Thread **Final** No Wins 53%-46%

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Below the fold is the live results as we get them (check RTE.ie, Referendum.ie and ourselves) -if we miss a few drop them in the comments please. Follow our Twitter for first results.

Running total:

Yes: 46.6% No: 53.4%

In Favour: 752,451 Against: 862,415 Turnout: 53.13%

Carlow-Kilkenny

Yes 50% No 50%

In favour: 26,210 Against: 26,206

Cork East

Yes: 43.0% No: 56.96%

In Favour: 18,177 Against: 24,052

Cork North-Central

Yes: 35.56% No:64.44%

In Favour: 12,440 Against: 22,546

Cork South Central

Yes: 44.87% No: 55.13%

In Favour: 22,112 Against: 27,166

Cork North West

Yes: 46.12% No: 53.88%

In Favour: 16,253 Against: 18,991

Cork South West

Yes 44.43% 55.57%

In Favour: 14,235 Against: 17,806

Clare

Yes: 51.84% No: 48.16%

In Favour: 20,982 Against: 19,490

Donegal North East

Yes: 35.3 No: 64.7%

In FAvour: 9,00 Against: 16,504

Donegal South-West

Yes: 36.55% No: 63.45%

In Favour: 10,174 Against: 17,659

Dublin Central

Yes: 43.8% No: 56.2%

In favour: 12,328 Against: 15,816

Dublin Mid-West

Yes: 39.6 no: 60.4

In favour: 12,577 Against:19,182

Dublin North

Yes 50.56% No: 49.44%

In Favour: 22,696 Against: 22,194

Dublin North Central

Yes: 50.6% No:49.4%

In Favour: 15,772 Against: 15,396

Dublin North-West

Yes:36.38% No:63.62%

In FAvour: 9,576 Against:16,749

Dublin South

Yes: 62.88% No: 37.12%

In favour: 32,190 Against: 19,005

Dublin South Central

Yes: 39.04% No: 60.96%

In Favour: 16,410 Against: 25,624

Dublin South East

Yes 61.65% No: 38.35%

In Favour: 17,111 Against: 10,644

Dublin South West:

Yes: 35% No: 65%

In FAvour: 12,601 Against: 23,456

Dublin WEst

Yes: 47.92% Yes: 52.08%

In Favour: 13,573 Against: 14,754

Dun Laoghaire

Yes: 63.46% NO: 36.54%

In FAvour: 31,524 Against: 18,149

Galway East

Yes:46.87% No: 53.13%

In Favour: 18,728 Against:21,230

Galway West

Yes:46.05% No: 53.95%

In Favour: 19,643 Votes Against: 23,011

Kildare North

Yes: 54.62% No: 45.38%

In Favour: 20,045 Against: 18,149

Kildrare South

Yes: 48.49% No: 51.51%

In Favour: 13,470 Against: 14,308

Kerry North:

Yes 40.37% No: 59.63%

Votes in favour: 11,306 Votes against: 16,702

Kerry South:

Yes 43% No: 57%

Votes in favour: 11,569 Votes Against: 15,571

Laois Offaly

Yes: 56.01% No:43.99%

In Favour: 31,786 Against 24,963:

Limerick East

Yes: 46.05% No: 53.95%

In Favour: 18,085 Against: 21,191

Limerick West

Yes: 44.65% No:55.35%

In Favour: 13,318 Against: 16,511

Longford-Westmeath

Yes: 46.26% No: 53.74%

In Favour: 19,371 Against: 22,502

Louth:

yes: 41.86% no: 58.14%

In Favour: 18,585 Against: 25,811

Mayo

Yes 38.3% No 61.7%

In favour: 18,624 Against: 30,001

Meath East

Yes: 50.94% No: 49.06%

In Favour: 17,340 Against: 16,703

Meath West

Yes: 44.48% No: 55.52%

In FAvour: 14,442 Against: 18,028

Roscommon South Leitrim:

Yes: 45.61% No: 54.39%

In Favour: 15,429 Against: 18,402

Tipperary North:

Yes: 49.8% No: 50.2%

Votes in Favour: 16,235 Votes Against: 16,367

Tipperary South:

Yes; 46.8% No: 53.2%

Votes for: 13,853 Votes against: 15,755

Sligo North Leitrim:

Yes:43.3% No: 56.6%

Votes in favour: 12,602 Votes against: 16 496

Waterford Result is in:

45.7% Yes 54.3% No

Votes in favour: 17,502 Votes Against: 20,812

Wexford

Yes 43.96% No 56.04%

In Fav: 23,371 Against: 29,793

Wicklow

Yes: 49.81% No: 50.19%

In Favour: 25,936 Against: 26,130

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11 Responses to “Lisbon Treaty Referendum Results Thread **Final** No Wins 53%-46%”

  1. # Comment by John Lyons - Professional Pessimist Jun 13th, 2008 13:06

    What next, as the Lisbon Treaty faces likely defeat? Will the Brussels elite shred Lisbon and try again? Will the sky fall on our heads for having the temerity to reject the plans of our shadowy overlords?

    The options are;

    1. The remaining 26 plow on, with Ireland having some UK like “special status”. This is likely to create domestic issues in a no. of countries, including France and the Netherlands. With another 8 countries left trying to push it through their parliaments, it’ll cause some tricky debates. Possible.

    2. We’re told to try again and get the right answer next time. As times get hard (I’m a pessimist…right!), it could get more difficult to push through. We’ll also become the 2nd home of every Europhobe in the E.U. Unlikely.

    3. We’ll “renegotiate” the treaty and achieve some hard fought concessions, before repeating the vote and passing it. (We’ll be bought off – as usual). Every country still to ratify the treaty will pull out a shopping list as well. Probable.

  2. # Comment by P O'Neill Jun 13th, 2008 17:06

    Is Enda gone? Various ways to spin the Mayo result (e.g. voter anger at Cowen) but hard for him to look good when he can’t carry his home constituency.

  3. # Comment by Simon Jun 13th, 2008 17:06

    I would guess that alright

  4. # Comment by Cian Jun 13th, 2008 17:06

    No way can enda manage. Alreay people were lookin at ways of gettin him out. I think cowen will get the rallyround while enda will be subject to much harder time.

  5. # Comment by Aaron M Jun 13th, 2008 18:06

    Ruairi Quinn is on Newstalk now. Predictably, he’s looking around for any reason that doesn’t place the blame on his beloved Treaty.

    All I know is that any No-supporters I talked to were concerned about the Treaty itself, and were not talking about the economy or any other issue. In fact, the No-supporters were more focused on the Treaty than were the Yes-supporters.

  6. # Comment by ixion Jun 13th, 2008 22:06

    Great thx to all “No” Voters! You save the democracy and stop the eu-fake democracy!
    THAX!!!!

    Greetings from germany
    ixion

  7. # Comment by Voice of Joy from South Europe Jun 14th, 2008 18:06

    Hello Ireland …

    … here is Italy

    Thanks to the geat irish folk who said NO to this treaty.

    We Europeans out of Ireland we haven’t the right to vote.

    We haven’t any chance to say our opinion about this treaty.

    THANKS TO THE IRISH PEOPLE FOR THIS NO !

    European Union is slowly becoming the Soviet Union with his central KREMLIN (Bruxelles) government.

    Irish people gave us a sign of Hope and Freedom.

    GREAT THANKS FOR THIS NO TO THE LISBON TREATY FROM FROM THE ITALIAN FOLK.

  8. # Comment by karia Jun 18th, 2008 06:06

    ty to italy
    didnt we do well

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