The Peninsula votes No
The Peninsula has voted No by a substantial margin at Saturday's Federal referendum.
The tally was 10,868 Yes votes (40.4 per cent) and 16,032 No votes (59.6 per cent).
Of the 29,600 votes cast, 16,562 votes were made at pre-polling centres before Saturday.
Pre-polling at Woy Woy saw only 36.6 per cent of the 14,406 votes in favour of the referendum proposal and 63.4 per cent against.
Votes at polling booths on the day was slightly closer with 45.6 per cent (4713) Yes votes and 54.4 per cent (5625) No votes.
Only one Peninsula booth had a majority of Yes votes and that was the Mingaletta booth at Umina, where 596 people voted Yes and 585 voted No.
The next most positive was the booth at Woy Woy campus of Brisbane Water Secondary College which had a difference of 22 votes.
Booker Bay booth had the lowest Yes vote on the day with 38.6 per cent voting Yes and 61.4 per cent voting No.
For the whole Robertson electorate, 42.5 per cent or 39,344 votes were in favour of the constitutional change and 57.5 per cent or 53,250 votes were against.
Website, 15 Oct 2023
Australian Electoral Commission