2020 Chilean national plebiscite

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Chilean national plebiscite, 2020
25 October 2020 (2020-10-25)

Location Chile

Resultados del Plebiscito Nacional en Chile de 2020.svg
Results of the first (left) and second (right) question.
Question 1: Do you want a New Constitution?
Approve
78.28%
Reject
21.72%
Question 2: What kind of body should write the New Constitution?
Mixed Convention
21.01%
Const. Convention
78.99%

The 2020 Chilean national plebiscite was held in Chile on 25 October 2020.[1][2][3] The referendum asked whether a new constitution should be drafted, and whether it should be drafted by a constitutional convention, made up by members elected directly for this convention, or by a mixed constitutional convention, made up in halves by currently-sitting members of Parliament and directly elected citizens.[2] The "Approve" side won by a landslide, with 78% agreeing to draft a new constitution. On how the new text should be written, 79% opted for a "Constitutional Convention".[4] Voter turnout was 51%.

A second vote, which was held alongside municipal and gubernatorial elections between 15 and 16 May 2021, elected the members of the Constitutional Convention. A third vote held on 4 September 2022 resulted in the rejection of the new draft constitution.[1]

The plebiscite was held as a response to the 2019 Chilean protests, specifically after the so-called "biggest march of Chile" held on 25 October 2019, which took part in Santiago with more than 1.2 million people participating.[2]

Postponement[edit]

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, on 24 March 2020, the Congress agreed to reschedule the plebiscite originally set for 26 April 2020 to 25 October 2020, and the subsequent Convention election from 25 October 2020 to 11 April 2021 (and later, to 15–16 May 2021). The change, which required a constitutional reform, was promulgated by the President and published in the country's Official Gazette on 26 March 2020.[5][1]

Campaign[edit]

Parties supporting Approve[edit]

Parties supporting Reject[edit]

Opinion polls[edit]

National polls for the first question: Do you want a new constitution?
Do you want a new constitution?
  Approve
  Reject
  Don't know/No answer
Line represents 3-week moving average for each option.
National polls for the second question: What kind of body should write the new constitution?
What kind of body should write the new constitution?
  Constitutional Convention
  Mixed Constitutional Convention
  Don't know/No answer
Line represents 3-week moving average for each option.
Field dates Pollster Question 1: Do you want a new constitution? Question 2: What kind of body should write the new constitution? Notes
Approve Reject DK/NA Constitutional Convention Mixed Constitutional Convention DK/NA
15-Nov to 16-Nov Cadem 82% 16% 2% 60% 35% 5%
15-Nov to 17-Nov Activa 81.1% 8.2% 4.4% 63.5% 24.4% 5.9% "Approve" voters only.
21-Nov to 22-Nov Cadem 85% 12% 3% 62% 33% 5%
19-Nov to 26-Nov Criteria 72% 13% 10% 51% 32% 10%
22-Nov to 26-Nov Activa 77.2% 6.6% 6% 47.4% 22.8% 12.3%
28-Nov to 12-Dec DESOC-COES 85.5% 8.1% 6.4% 51.4% 38.8% 9.8%
28-Nov to 6-Jan CEP 67% 13% 20% 44% 37% 19%
18-Dec to 20-Dec Cadem 86% 12% 1% 61% 36% 3%
17-Dec to 26-Dec Activa 75.8% 10.0% 8.8% 53.7% 23.7% 12.2%
2-Jan to 3-Jan Cadem 72% 20% 6% 51% 43% 6%
8-Jan to 10-Jan Cadem 74% 19% 5% 52% 43% 5%
6-Jan to 15-Jan MORI-FIEL 68% 17% 15% 42% 32% 26%
10-Jan to 16-Jan Activa 77.9% 8.8% 13.2% 57.2% 24.4% 8.6%
18-Jan to 21-Jan Data Influye 73% 22% 0% 54% 29% 17%
22-Jan to 24-Jan Cadem 66% 25% 6% 47% 45% 8%
21-Jan to 28-Jan Criteria 71% 21% 2% 56% 35% 2%
24-Jan to 30-Jan Activa 69.1% 14.5% 8.6% 50.3% 24.4% 15.4%
29-Jan to 31-Jan Cadem 72% 22% 4% 50% 42% 8%
5-Feb to 7-Feb Cadem 67% 27% 4% 51% 42% 7%
6-Feb to 13-Feb Activa 69.7% 14.2% 4.4% 44.1% 27.2% 14.2%
12-Feb to 14-Feb Cadem 67% 26% 50% 41%
15-Feb to 18-Feb Data Influye 75% 19% 0% 58% 27% 15%
19-Feb to 21-Feb Cadem 67% 25% 50% 42%
19-Feb to 29-Feb Criteria 67% 22% 4% 52% 34% 2%
20-Feb to 28-Feb Activa 69.6% 13.1% 7.8% 51.2% 24.4% 14.6%
26-Feb to 28-Feb Cadem 67% 25% 53% 36%
4-Mar to 6-Mar Cadem 66% 24% 58% 33%
5-Mar to 12-Mar Activa 65.3% 14.4% 50.8% 22.8%
11-Mar to 13-Mar Cadem 68% 21% 52% 38%
14-Mar to 15-Mar StatKnows 55.49% 34.72% 53.7% 28.8%
14-Mar to 16-Mar Data Influye 74% 18% 65% 24%
18-Mar to 20-Mar Cadem 62% 25% 51% 39%
20-Mar to 27-Mar Activa 68.7% 17.1% 54.6% 26.5%
3-Abr to 9-Abr Activa 70.0% 16.9% 46.9% 29.9%
27-Abr to 28-Abr Activa 74.2% 10.8% 53.1% 23.5%
29-Abr to 30-Abr Cadem 65% 26% 50% 42%
11-May to 12-May Activa 69.9% 16.6% 51.5% 26.9%
26-May to 31-May Criteria 72% 20% N/A N/A N/A
28-May to 30-May Activa 70.2% 13.2% 45.2% 31.0%
11-Jun to 13-Jun Activa 73.0% 10.9% 49.6% 27.7%
26-Jun to 28-Jun Activa 68.1% 12.6% 46.5% 26.9%
25-Jun to 30-Jun Criteria 76% 16% N/A N/A N/A
9-Jul to 11-Jul Activa 71.9% 11.9% 48.4% 26.5%
10-Jul to 17-Jul Numen 61.6% 27.7% 48.8% 28.8% Commissioned by the "Reject" campaign team.
22-Jul to 24-Jul Cadem 71% 20% 55% 35%
27-Jul to 31-Jul Criteria 75% 17% N/A N/A N/A
30-Jul to 1-Aug Activa 77.0% 9.9% 48.7% 31.6%
13-Aug to 15-Aug Activa 68.0% 10.3% 49.0% 25.8%
14-Aug to 21-Aug Numen 42.3% 34.6% N/A N/A N/A Commissioned by the "Reject" campaign team.
20-Aug to 24-Aug StatKnows 55.4% 43.09% 54% 33%
21-Aug to 24-Aug Data Influye 73% 13% 55% 26%
25-Aug to 28-Aug CPP-UNAB 54% 40% 44% 40%
27-Aug to 29-Aug Activa 71% 11.5% 46.5% 28%
26-Aug to 31-Aug Criteria 74% 17% N/A N/A N/A
2-Sep to 10-Sep CIIR 75% 12% 65% 29%
3-Sep to 17-Sep MORI-FIEL 66% 15% 51% 27%
10-Sep to 12-Sep Activa 75.1% 11.2% 57% 23%
14-Sep to 18-Sep Numen 41.9% 34.3% N/A N/A N/A
25-Sep to 28-Sep Activa 66.8% 17.1% 53.3% 23.8%
15-Sep to 9-Oct DESOC-COES 65.9% 13% 48.4% 27.4%
25-Sep to 30-Sep Criteria 72% 19% 59% 28%
2-Oct to 5-Oct Data influye 69% 18% 61% 21%
1-Oct to 7-Oct Numen 57.9% 42.1% 38.5% 35%
6-Oct to 9-Oct Activa 65.4% 14.3% 56.2% 20.1%

Results[edit]

Ballot boxes in Olivar.
Vote taking place in Macul.
Chilean abroad voting in Stockholm.

First ballot: "Do you want a New Constitution?"[edit]

Choice Votes %
Approve 5,899,683 78.31%
Reject 1,634,506 21.69%
Valid votes 7,534,189 99.48%
Null votes 27,381 0.36%
Blank votes 12,344 0.16%
Total votes 7,573,914 100.00%
Registered voters/turnout 14,855,719a[9] 50.98%
Voting age population/turnout 15,052,382 50.32%

a Includes 59,522 electors voting from abroad.
Source: Tricel.

Breakdown by region and province
Region/Province Approve Reject Null Blank Total
Antofagasta 129,379 (83.6%) 24,735 (16.0%) 468 (0.03%) 146 (0.01%) 154,728
El Loa 55,285 (83.1%) 10,739 (16.1%) 372 (0.06%) 103 (0.02%) 66,499
Tocopilla 11,149 (89.7%) 1,210 (9.7%) 45 (0.04%) 22 (0.02%) 12,426
 Antofagasta 195,813 (83.8%) 36,684 (15.7%) 885 (0.04%) 271 (0.01%) 233,653
Cautín 189,102 (67.8%) 87,898 (31.5%) 1,308 (0.05%) 689 (0.02%) 278,997
Malleco 43,772 (60.8%) 27,441 (38.1%) 475 (0.07%) 319 (0.04%) 72,007
Araucanía 232,874 (66.3%) 115,339 (32.9%) 1,783 (0.05%) 1,008 (0.03%) 351,004
Arica 64,778 (76.0%) 19,875 (23.3%) 423 (0.05%) 169 (0.02%) 85,245
Parinacota 939 (67.7%) 426 (30.7%) 16 (0.12%) 7 (0.05%) 1,388
 Arica y Parinacota 65,717 (75.9%) 20,301 (23.4%) 439 (0.05%) 176 (0.02%) 86,633
Chañaral 10,071 (90.2%) 1,043 (9.3%) 34 (0.03%) 22 (0.02%) 11,170
Copiapó 63,045 (84.2%) 11,447 (15.3%) 290 (0.04%) 91 (0.01%) 74,873
Huasco 26,317 (88.2%) 3,329 (11.2%) 131 (0.04%) 52 (0.02%) 29,829
 Atacama 99,433 (85.8%) 15,819 (13.7%) 455 (0.04%) 165 (0.01%) 115,872
Aysén 8,917 (78.7%) 2,340 (20.7%) 46 (0.04%) 28 (0.02%) 11,331
Capitán Prat 1,229 (75.7%) 388 (23.9%) 5 (0.03%) 2 (0.01%) 1,624
Coyhaique 17,412 (76.1%) 5,367 (23.5%) 61 (0.03%) 45 (0.02%) 22,885
General Carrera 2,034 (77.7%) 566 (21.6%) 7 (0.03%) 10 (0.04%) 2,617
 Aysén 29,592 (76.9%) 8,661 (22.5%) 119 (0.03%) 85 (0.02%) 38,457
Arauco 40,295 (68.9%) 17,670 (30.2%) 349 (0.06%) 188 (0.03%) 58,502
Biobío 93,950 (67.1%) 44,844 (32.0%) 848 (0.06%) 458 (0.03%) 140,100
Concepción 329,827 (75.6%) 103,820 (23.8%) 1,748 (0.04%) 727 (0.02%) 436,122
 Biobío 464,072 (73.1%) 166,334 (26.2%) 2,945 (0.05%) 1,373 (0.02%) 634,724
Choapa 31,149 (87.0%) 4,438 (12.4%) 150 (0.04%) 75 (0.02%) 35,812
Elqui 161,029 (83.2%) 31,698 (16.4%) 586 (0.03%) 247 (0.01%) 193,560
Limarí 53,427 (85.6%) 8,548 (13.7%) 260 (0.04%) 161 (0.03%) 62,396
 Coquimbo 245,605 (84.2%) 44,684 (15.3%) 996 (0.03%) 483 (0.02%) 291,768
Chiloé 46,534 (82.2%) 9,661 (17.1%) 254 (0.04%) 194 (0.03%) 56,643
Llanquihue 109,285 (71.3%) 42,968 (28.0%) 579 (0.04%) 392 (0.03%) 153,224
Osorno 71,780 (72.5%) 26,593 (26.9%) 387 (0.04%) 227 (0.02%) 98,987
Palena 4,341 (74.4%) 1,443 (24.7%) 28 (0.05%) 23 (0.03%) 5,835
 Los Lagos 231,940 (73.7%) 80,665 (25.6%) 1,248 (0.04%) 836 (0.03%) 314,689
El Ranco 24,261 (68.1%) 11,068 (31.1%) 190 (0.05%) 117 (0.03%) 35,636
Valdivia 93,070 (76.0%) 28,609 (23.4%) 511 (0.04%) 304 (0.02%) 122,494
Los Ríos 117,331 (74.2%) 39,677 (25.1%) 701 (0.04%) 421 (0.03%) 158,130
Antártica Chilena 385 (57.0%) 290 (42.9%) 1 (0.01%) 0 (0.00%) 676
Magallanes 43,321 (79.2%) 11,203 (20.5%) 131 (0.02%) 62 (0.01%) 54,717
Tierra del Fuego 1,820 (82.2%) 386 (17.4%) 7 (0.03%) 0 (0.00%) 2,213
Última Esperanza 6,978 (83.2%) 1,365 (16.3%) 29 (0.03%) 18 (0.02%) 8,390
 Magallanes and Antártica Chilena 52,504 (79.6%) 13,244 (20.1%) 168 (0.03%) 80 (0.01%) 65,996
Cauquenes 11,936 (63.2%) 6,744 (35.7%) 110 (0.06%) 86 (0.05%) 18,876
Curicó 93,166 (77.6%) 26,212 (21.8%) 494 (0.04%) 221 (0.02%) 120,093
Linares 69,501 (71.5%) 27,089 (27.9%) 436 (0.04%) 206 (0.02%) 97,232
Talca 125,090 (77.1%) 36,258 (22.4%) 562 (0.03%) 276 (0.02%) 162,186
 Maule 299,693 (75.2%) 96,303 (24.2%) 1,602 (0.04%) 789 (0.02%) 398,837
Diguillín 87,138 (70.5%) 35,772 (28.9%) 508 (0.04%) 259 (0.02%) 123,677
Itata 15,139 (71.7%) 5,796 (27.4%) 115 (0.05%) 73 (0.03%) 21,123
Punilla 23,392 (66.4%) 11,558 (32.8%) 199 (0.06%) 98 (0.03%) 35,247
 Ñuble 125,669 (69.8%) 53,126 (29.5%) 822 (0.05%) 430 (0.02%) 180,047
Cachapoal 227,323 (81.9%) 48,905 (17.6%) 898 (0.03%) 439 (0.02%) 277,565
Cardenal Caro 16,006 (80.3%) 3,803 (19.1%) 90 (0.05%) 43 (0.02%) 19,942
Colchagua 70,484 (78.8%) 18,542 (20.7%) 305 (0.03%) 137 (0.02%) 89,468
O'Higgins 313,813 (81.1%) 71,250 (18.4%) 1,293 (0.03%) 619 (0.02%) 386,975
Chacabuco 65,307 (73.3%) 23,237 (26.1%) 335 (0.04%) 165 (0.02%) 89,044
Cordillera 222,363 (87.4%) 30,965 (12.2%) 703 (0.03%) 278 (0.01%) 254,309
Maipo 166,812 (82.9%) 33,253 (16.5%) 741 (0.04%) 304 (0.02%) 201,110
Melipilla 55,817 (80.9%) 12,830 (18.6%) 267 (0.04%) 114 (0.02%) 69,028
Santiago 2,012,559 (78.4%) 544,495 (21.2%) 8,009 (0.03%) 3,217 (0.01%) 2,568,280
Talagante 112,159 (83.6%) 21,348 (15.9%) 435 (0.03%) 195 (0.01%) 134,137
 Santiago Metropolitan Region 2,635,017 (79.5%) 666,128 (20.1%) 10,490 (0.03%) 4,273 (0.01%) 3,315,908
Iquique 82,692 (77.6%) 23,413 (22.0%) 373 (0.03%) 151 (0.01%) 106,629
Tamarugal 7,059 (71.7%) 2,682 (27.2%) 80 (0.08%) 26 (0.03%) 9,847
 Tarapacá 89,751 (77.1%) 26,095 (22.4%) 453 (0.04%) 177 (0.02%) 116,476
Easter Island 2,292 (84.1%) 416 (15.3%) 11 (0.04%) 7 (0.03%) 2,726
Los Andes 42,453 (81.7%) 9,226 (17.8%) 201 (0.04%) 78 (0.02%) 51,958
Marga Marga 120,135 (77.2%) 34,829 (22.4%) 548 (0.04%) 180 (0.01%) 155,692
Petorca 31,704 (83.1%) 6,242 (16.4%) 138 (0.04%) 63 (0.02%) 38,147
Quillota 74,343 (82.1%) 15,769 (17.4%) 339 (0.04%) 144 (0.02%) 90,595
San Antonio 65,692 (82.2%) 13,919 (17.4%) 210 (0.03%) 86 (0.01%) 79,907
San Felipe de Aconcagua 57,029 (83.5%) 10,880 (15.9%) 290 (0.04%) 100 (0.01%) 68,299
Valparaíso 281,880 (76.8%) 83,367 (22.7%) 1,193 (0.03%) 469 (0.01%) 366,909
 Valparaíso 675,528 (79.1%) 174,648 (20.4%) 2,930 (0.03%) 1,127 (0.01%) 854,223
Voters abroad 25,331 (81.8%) 5,548 (17.9%) 52 (0.02%) 31 (0.01%) 30,962
Total 5,899,683 (77.9%) 1,634,506 (21.6%) 27,381 (0.04%) 12,344 (0.02%) 7,573,914

Second ballot: "What kind of body should write the New Constitution?"[edit]

Choice Votes %
Mixed Constitutional Convention 1,492,260 20.82%
Constitutional Convention 5,673,793 79.18%
Valid votes 7,166,053 94.62%
Null votes 283,794 3.75%
Blank votes 123,277 1.63%
Total votes 7,573,124 100.00%
Registered voters/turnout 14,855,719a[9] 50.98%
Voting age population/turnout 15,052,382 50.31%

a Includes 59,522 electors voting from abroad.
Source: Tricel.

Breakdown by region and province
Region/Province Mixed Constitutional Convention Constitutional Convention Null Blank Total
Antofagasta 22,822 (14.8%) 124,727 (80.6%) 5,420 (3.5%) 1,680 (1.1%) 154,709
El Loa 10,243 (15.4%) 52,719 (79.3%) 2,504 (3.8%) 1,038 (1.6%) 66,504
Tocopilla 1,492 (12.0%) 10,573 (85.2%) 222 (1.8%) 128 (1.0%) 12,415
 Antofagasta 34,617 (14.8%) 188,019 (80.5%) 8,146 (3.5%) 2,846 (1.2%) 233,628
Cautín 72,924 (26.1%) 184,437 (66.1%) 13,304 (4.8%) 8,308 (3.0%) 278,973
Malleco 20,259 (28.1%) 43,699 (60.7%) 4,920 (6.8%) 3,121 (4.3%) 71,999
Araucanía 93,183 (26.5%) 228,136 (65.0%) 18,224 (5.2%) 11,429 (3.3%) 350,972
Arica 15,958 (18.7%) 62,674 (73.6%) 4,891 (5.7%) 1,685 (2.0%) 85,208
Parinacota 353 (25.4%) 899 (64.8%) 95 (6.8%) 31 (3.0%) 1,388
 Arica y Parinacota 16,311 (18.8%) 63,573 (73.4%) 4,986 (5.8%) 1,726 (2.0%) 86,596
Chañaral 1,381 (12.4%) 9,454 (84.7%) 220 (2.0%) 111 (1.0%) 11,166
Copiapó 11,210 (15.0%) 60,456 (80.7%) 2,358 (3.1%) 850 (1.1%) 74,874
Huasco 3,793 (12.7%) 24,932 (83.5%) 735 (2.5%) 384 (1.3%) 29,844
 Atacama 16,384 (14.1%) 94,842 (81.8%) 3,313 (2.9%) 1,345 (1.2%) 115,884
Aysén 2,459 (21.7%) 8,126 (71.7%) 414 (3.7%) 333 (2.9%) 11,332
Capitán Prat 362 (22.3%) 1,168 (71.9%) 40 (2.5%) 54 (3.3%) 1,624
Coyhaique 4,890 (21.4%) 16,516 (72.2%) 902 (3.9%) 574 (2.5%) 22,882
General Carrera 534 (20.4%) 1,939 (73.7%) 75 (2.9%) 80 (3.1%) 2,618
 Aysén 8,245 (21.4%) 27,739 (72.1%) 1,431 (3.7%) 1,041 (2.7%) 38,455
Arauco 13,629 (23.3%) 39,950 (67.6%) 2,932 (5.0%) 2,357 (4.0%) 58,468
Biobío 36,407 (26.0%) 91,721 (65.5%) 7,132 (5.1%) 4,784 (3.4%) 140,044
Concepción 87,917 (20.0%) 320,978 (73.6%) 19,871 (4.6%) 8,029 (1.8%) 436,075
 Biobío 137,233 (21.6%) 452,249 (71.3%) 29,935 (4.7%) 15,170 (2.4%) 634,587
Choapa 5,391 (15.1%) 29,043 (81.1%) 853 (2.4%) 522 (1.5%) 35,809
Elqui 30,870 (16.0%) 153,592 (79.4%) 6,775 (3.5%) 2,292 (1.2%) 193,529
Limarí 10,495 (16.8%) 49,267 (79.0%) 1,616 (2.6%) 998 (1.6%) 62,376
 Coquimbo 46,756 (16.0%) 231,902 (79.5%) 9,244 (3.2%) 3,812 (1.3%) 291,714
Chiloé 10,169 (18.0%) 43,285 (76.4%) 1,570 (2.8%) 1,617 (2.9%) 56,641
Llanquihue 35,883 (23.4%) 105,435 (68.8%) 7,721 (5.0%) 4,175 (2.7%) 153,214
Osorno 23,783 (24.0%) 68,360 (69.1%) 4,396 (4.4%) 2,415 (2.4%) 98,954
Palena 1,357 (23.2%) 4,003 (68.5%) 236 (4.0%) 243 (4.3%) 5,845
 Los Lagos 71,192 (22.6%) 221,083 (70.3%) 13,923 (4.4%) 8,456 (2.7%) 314,654
El Ranco 9,276 (26.1%) 23,463 (65.9%) 1,628 (4.6%) 1,228 (3.4%) 35,595
Valdivia 26,520 (21.7%) 88,304 (72.1%) 4,775 (3.9%) 2,868 (2.3%) 122,467
Los Ríos 35,796 (22.6%) 111,767 (70.7%) 6,403 (4.1%) 4,096 (2.6%) 158,062
Antártica Chilena 197 (29.1%) 385 (57.0%) 68 (10.1%) 26 (3.8%) 676
Magallanes 9,968 (18.2%) 41,226 (75.4%) 2,613 (4.8%) 888 (1.6%) 54,695
Tierra del Fuego 389 (17.6%) 1,699 (76.8%) 74 (3.3%) 51 (2.3%) 2,213
Última Esperanza 1,539 (18.3%) 6,396 (76.2%) 283 (3.4%) 173 (2.1%) 8,391
 Magallanes and Antártica Chilena 12,093 (18.3%) 49,706 (75.3%) 3,038 (4.6%) 1,138 (1.7%) 65,975
Cauquenes 5,059 (26.8%) 11,852 (62.8%) 1,142 (6.1%) 822 (4.4%) 18,875
Curicó 25,523 (21.3%) 87,988 (73.3%) 4,192 (3.5%) 2,356 (2.0%) 120,059
Linares 22,939 (23.6%) 66,974 (68.9%) 4,629 (4.8%) 2,700 (2.8%) 97,242
Talca 33,643 (20.7%) 119,025 (73.4%) 6,302 (3.9%) 3,239 (2.0%) 162,209
 Maule 87,164 (21.9%) 285,839 (71.7%) 16,265 (4.1%) 9,117 (2.3%) 398,385
Diguillín 29,758 (24.1%) 84,259 (68.1%) 6,386 (5.2%) 3,237 (2.6%) 123,640
Itata 5,360 (25.4%) 14,158 (67.0%) 886 (4.2%) 719 (3.4%) 21,123
Punilla 9,391 (26.6%) 22,578 (64.1%) 1,902 (5.4%) 1,374 (3.9%) 35,245
 Ñuble 44,509 (24.7%) 120,995 (67.2%) 9,174 (5.1%) 5,330 (3.0%) 180,008
Cachapoal 49,303 (17.8%) 215,973 (77.8%) 8,208 (3.0%) 4,101 (1.5%) 277,585
Cardenal Caro 3,884 (19.5%) 15,101 (75.8%) 576 (2.9%) 370 (1.9%) 19,931
Colchagua 17,649 (19.7%) 67,079 (75.0%) 3,029 (3.4%) 1,724 (1.4%) 89,481
O'Higgins 70,836 (18.3%) 298,153 (77.0%) 11,813 (3.1%) 6,195 (1.6%) 386,997
Chacabuco 22,183 (24.9%) 62,308 (70.0%) 3,152 (3.5%) 1,414 (1.6%) 89,057
Cordillera 32,483 (12.8%) 213,066 (83.8%) 6,282 (2.5%) 2,448 (1.0%) 254,279
Maipo 33,082 (16.4%) 159,355 (79.2%) 6,179 (3.1%) 2,516 (1.3%) 201,132
Melipilla 12,935 (18.7%) 52,904 (76.7%) 2,083 (3.0%) 1,094 (1.6%) 69,016
Santiago 509,330 (19.8%) 1,945,302 (75.7%) 84,879 (3.3%) 28,548 (1.1%) 2,568,059
Talagante 21,920 (16.3%) 106,666 (79.5%) 3,849 (2.9%) 1,678 (1.3%) 134,113
 Santiago Metropolitan Region 631,933 (19.1%) 2,539,601 (76.6%) 106,424 (3.2%) 37,698 (1.1%) 3,315,656
Iquique 19,872 (18.6%) 79,675 (74.8%) 5,090 (4.8%) 1,903 (1.8%) 106,630
Tamarugal 2,054 (20.9%) 6,837 (69.4%) 610 (6.2%) 346 (3.5%) 9,847
 Tarapacá 21,926 (18.8%) 86,602 (74.4%) 5,700 (4.9%) 2,249 (1.9%) 116,477
Easter Island 612 (22.5%) 2,018 (74.1%) 53 (1.9%) 42 (1.5%) 2,725
Los Andes 9,145 (17.6%) 40,382 (77.7%) 1,737 (3.3%) 698 (1.3%) 51,962
Marga Marga 28,402 (18.2%) 116,727 (75.0%) 8,281 (5.3%) 2,252 (1.4%) 155,662
Petorca 6,734 (17.7%) 29,980 (78.6%) 880 (2.3%) 548 (1.4%) 38,142
Quillota 15,295 (16.9%) 70,954 (78.3%) 3,050 (3.4%) 1,278 (1.4%) 90,577
San Antonio 14,088 (17.6%) 62,552 (78.3%) 2,423 (3.0%) 855 (1.1%) 79,918
San Felipe de Aconcagua 11,137 (16.3%) 54,047 (79.2%) 2,114 (3.1%) 976 (1.4%) 68,274
Valparaíso 73,371 (20.0%) 272,324 (74.2%) 16,419 (4.5%) 4,736 (1.6%) 366,850
 Valparaíso 158,784 (18.6%) 648,984 (76.0%) 34,957 (4.1%) 11,385 (1.3%) 854,110
Voters abroad 5,298 (17.1%) 24,603 (79.5%) 818 (2.6%) 244 (0.08%) 30,963
Total 1,492,260 (19.7%) 5,673,793 (74.9%) 283,794 (3.7%) 123,277 (1.6%) 7,573,124

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