The total number of votes is higher than the population because Mauritians get to vote for up to 3 times in a single election.
|Parties and alliances||Votes||%||Seats||Additional seats||total seats|
|Rodrigues People's Organisation (Organisation du Peuple Rodriguais)||10,184||0.8||2||2||4|
|Total (Turnout 81.5 %)||1,944,948||100.0||62||8||70|
|Source: Adam Carr|
- Every voter has three votes. The total number of votes cast divided by three (648,316) is lower than the actual number people voting (666,178), because not all of them cast three votes. Bulletins which contains 1 or 2 votes are void, and as such only blank bulleting or bulletins with 3 votes are considered.
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