In total, according to the CEC, 138,000 people voted in the last two days. At the same time, they showed much higher activity than in the first round. Then the same number of voters gathered to reach the polling stations in a week, and in total 1.8 million Turkish citizens cast their ballots.
In general, the first round of the presidential elections in Turkey, which took place on May 14, was marked by an extremely high turnout: more than 88%. At the same time, neither of the two favorites in the race, incumbent leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan and opposition leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, failed to get 50% of the votes needed to win in the first round.
The main voting day is set for May 28.