Are there elections where the result tally is made public before the election is complete?

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Jan 01, 2022 12:21 PM 0 Answers
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The usual way of conducting elections is to start counting votes after the polls are closed or at least to only start announcing results after the last voter has cast their vote. There’s always some minor deviations (i.e. in the US preliminary results from the East Coast are available before Hawaii casts their last ballot) but overall elections attempt to keep the intermediary outcome secret until the end.

Are there systems where this isn’t the case and the voting tally is constantly updated in real time?

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