By 11am local time on Sunday, 17.16 percent of eligible voters had cast their ballots in the European parliamentary election in Hungary.
Turnout was the highest in Veszprem county (18.43pc) and the lowest in Szabolcs-Szatmar-Bereg county (13.5pc).
Voter participation in Budapest stood at 18.66pc at 11am. Voter participation will be reported next at 1pm.
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Some 7.9 million people are eligible to vote at 10,277 polling stations across the country until 7pm.
In the 2004 EP election, voter participation reached 13.75 percent at 11am. In 2009 it stood at 13.77pc and in 2014 at 11.53pc.
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