Police commissioner election: Hull turnout 15.6 per cent as one in five vote in Humberside
Voter turnout for the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner election was 19.48 per cent.
But in Hull, just 15.65 per cent of the electorate voted.
The result is expected to be announced this afternoon.
Turn-out in the East Riding was slightly higher than the Humber average, at 23.19 per cent.
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South of the Humber, the North Lincolnshire Council area saw turnout of 20.4 per cent, and North-East Lincolnshire, which includes Grimsby, 16.18 per cent.
A low turnout had been widely expected. In comparison, this year's council election in Hull attracted a 25 per cent turnout.
Votes will be counted from 11.30am this morning at Bridlington Spa with the result expected in the late afternoon.