On a brief glance there seems to be a stronger Yes vote where the turnout was higher and vice versa but I don’t know if there’s a proper correlation.

There’s a very good eyeball relationship – the two constituencies which voted No had the two lowest turnouts, the second highest turnout had the second highest Yes vote. Statistically the correlation is +0.41 which is weak but positive.

On a brief glance there seems to be a stronger Yes vote where the turnout was higher and vice versa but I don’t know if there’s a proper correlation.

There’s a very good eyeball relationship – the two constituencies which voted No had the two lowest turnouts, the second highest turnout had the second highest Yes vote. Statistically the correlation is +0.41 which is weak but positive.

On a brief glance there seems to be a stronger Yes vote where the turnout was higher and vice versa but I don’t know if there’s a proper correlation.

There’s a very good eyeball relationship – the two constituencies which voted No had the two lowest turnouts, the second highest turnout had the second highest Yes vote. Statistically the correlation is +0.41 which is weak but positive.

On a brief glance there seems to be a stronger Yes vote where the turnout was higher and vice versa but I don’t know if there’s a proper correlation.

There’s a very good eyeball relationship – the two constituencies which voted No had the two lowest turnouts, the second highest turnout had the second highest Yes vote. Statistically the correlation is +0.41 which is weak but positive.

On a brief glance there seems to be a stronger Yes vote where the turnout was higher and vice versa but I don’t know if there’s a proper correlation.

There’s a very good eyeball relationship – the two constituencies which voted No had the two lowest turnouts, the second highest turnout had the second highest Yes vote. Statistically the correlation is +0.41 which is weak but positive.

On a brief glance there seems to be a stronger Yes vote where the turnout was higher and vice versa but I don’t know if there’s a proper correlation.

There’s a very good eyeball relationship – the two constituencies which voted No had the two lowest turnouts, the second highest turnout had the second highest Yes vote. Statistically the correlation is +0.41 which is weak but positive.

On a brief glance there seems to be a stronger Yes vote where the turnout was higher and vice versa but I don’t know if there’s a proper correlation.

There’s a very good eyeball relationship – the two constituencies which voted No had the two lowest turnouts, the second highest turnout had the second highest Yes vote. Statistically the correlation is +0.41 which is weak but positive.

Detailed results here – http://www.irishtimes.com/indepth/lisbon2009/results/

On a brief glance there seems to be a stronger Yes vote where the turnout was higher and vice versa but I don’t know if there’s a proper correlation.

There’s a very good eyeball relationship – the two constituencies which voted No had the two lowest turnouts, the second highest turnout had the second highest Yes vote. Statistically the correlation is +0.41 which is weak but positive.

Detailed results here – http://www.irishtimes.com/indepth/lisbon2009/results/

On a brief glance there seems to be a stronger Yes vote where the turnout was higher and vice versa but I don’t know if there’s a proper correlation.

There’s a very good eyeball relationship – the two constituencies which voted No had the two lowest turnouts, the second highest turnout had the second highest Yes vote. Statistically the correlation is +0.41 which is weak but positive.

Detailed results here – http://www.irishtimes.com/indepth/lisbon2009/results/

On a brief glance there seems to be a stronger Yes vote where the turnout was higher and vice versa but I don’t know if there’s a proper correlation.

There’s a very good eyeball relationship – the two constituencies which voted No had the two lowest turnouts, the second highest turnout had the second highest Yes vote. Statistically the correlation is +0.41 which is weak but positive.

Detailed results here – http://www.irishtimes.com/indepth/lisbon2009/results/

Detailed results here – http://www.irishtimes.com/indepth/lisbon2009/results/

Detailed results here – http://www.irishtimes.com/indepth/lisbon2009/results/

Detailed results here – http://www.irishtimes.com/indepth/lisbon2009/results/