Bristol mayoral referendum result expected this afternoon as count gets under way
Only one in four people in Bristol cast their vote in city's mayoral referendum yesterday.
Bristol City Council has confirmed an overall turnout, including postal votes, of 24%.
The lowest ward turnout was in Filwood, where just 9.9% voted. There were also low figures in Hartcliffe (11.6%) and Southmead (11.9%).
The best turnouts were in Westbury on Trym and Henleaze, where 34% voted.
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The count is being held at Ashton Gate this morning, and a result is expected at around 1.30pm this afternoon.
Click here to view full details of the City of Bristol Mayoral Referendum turnout by ward.