The Isle of Wight has recorded a provisional turnout of 38.3% at this year’s European Elections, according to the Isle of Wight Council.
Across the South East, we have seen a turnout of 39.36%.
It means the number people voting is at its highest in the last four ballots. For the South East region turnout was 36.5% in 2014, 37.5% in 2009, 36.5% in 2004 and 24.7% in 1999.
A result is expected at 10pm tonight.
The South East region elects 10 MPs in a proportional representation-style ballot.