Martiniquean autonomy referendum, 2003

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A referendum on autonomy was held in Martinique on 7 December 2003,[1] alongside an identical referendum in Guadeloupe. Voters were asked whether they wanted the island to become a territorial collectivity.[2] The proposal was rejected by 50.48% of voters.[1]


Choice Votes %
For 53,667 49.52
Against 54,701 50.48
Invalid/blank votes 8,536
Total 116,904 100
Registered voters/turnout 265,056 44.11
Source: Direct Democracy