Catalan constitutional referendum, 2006

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Catalan constitutional
referendum, 2006
Do you approve of the Statute of
Autonomy of Catalonia Bill?
Location Spain
Date 18 June 2006
Results
Votes  %
YesY Yes 1,899,897 78.07%
N No 533,742 21.93%
Valid votes 2,433,639 93.81%
Invalid or blank votes 160,528 6.19%
Total votes 2,594,167 100.00%
Registered voters/turnout 5,310,103 48.85%

A Catalan autonomy referendum was held on Sunday, 18 June 2006, to gauge support for either the ratification or repealing a reform of the Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia. The question asked was "Do you approve of the Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia Bill?" (Catalan: "Aprova el Projecte d’estatut d’autonomia de Catalunya?"). The referendum resulted in 78.1% of voters supporting the bill on a turnout of 48.9%.

Results[edit]

Summary of the 18 June 2006 referendum results
Question: "Do you approve of the Statute of Autonomy
of Catalonia Bill?"
Choice Votes  %
YesY Yes 1,899,897 78.07
N No 533,742 21.93
Total 2,433,639 100.00
Valid votes 2,433,639 93.81
Invalid or blank votes 160,528 6.19
Votes cast / turnout 2,594,167 48.85
Abstentions 2,715,936 51.15
Registered voters 5,310,103
Source: Department for Interior and Institutional Relations

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