1. If the level of turn-out really will be somewhere between 55 and 60 per cent in both elections, then I am surprised. I had expected a somewhat higher turn-out than in 2004 due to the referendum, but in the 50 to 55 per cent range.
2. I am a little surprised that close to 44 per cent of the electorate voted for the new Act of Succession. Not the distribution of the yes-to-no votes, but the level of yes-votes due to the turn-out.
3. I am not really surprised by the results in the EP election. The Social Democrats probably did worse than I expected and the Socialists better. Following the polls during the campaign, it was not a surprise that the Social Liberals and the June Movement lost their representation. But given all these polls and exit-polls, I would very much like to see somebody producing an estimate of movements between parties and to and from the couch.