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Malvinas poll: Telegraph now argues 2/3 of votes came from Argentina

The Daily Telegraph now states 2/3 of the votes in the Malvinas poll came from Argentina (REUTERS)

The Daily Telegraph stated today that two thirds of the votes in the Malvinas poll came from Argentina. The British newspaper argued that the Argentine vote-flow followed “a social media campaign”.

The poll, carried out by the daily morning broadsheet two weeks ago, revealed that almost 74% of the voters wanted the Malvinas Islands to be under Argentinean sovereignty.

However, the Telegraph now published a detailed data analysis and stated: “In total there were 26,434 votes cast, with two thirds of the votes coming from Argentina, following a social media campaign”.

Taking nationality into account, the online responses underline sharp national divisions: In the UK, out of 4,853 votes, 4,520 were cast for Britain, with 245 voting for Argentina; on the other hand, of the 18,216 votes cast in Argentina, 96.86 per cent of respondents said the Malvinas should belong to Argentina.

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