The turn-out for the abortion referendum is the third highest-ever for a referendum in Ireland since the adoption of the Constitution in 1937.
The highest-ever turnout in Irish history was the 1972 question on joining the EEC (European Economic Community) when a total of 70.88 per cent of the electorate cast their ballot.
The three abortion referendums in 1992 on ‘information, the right to travel and the risk to a mother’s life’ had a 68.13 per cent turnout.
Now, the surge in young voters for the 2018 referendum makes its way into the top three in Ireland's constitutional history with a turn-out of 64.5pc.
Wicklow had the highest turn-out for a constituency with a 74.5pc turn-out. Dublin Bay North had the second highest turn-out with 71.6pc of the electorate showing up to the polling stations.
It appears Dublin Central may have had the lowest turn-out with 51.5pc turn-out.
The lowest ever turn-out was 28.6 per cent in 1979 for the vote on adoption and university representation in the Seanad.
AS the votes are tallied at count centres around the country today, a 'Yes' vote will see focus shift swiftly to the provision of abortion services. Here is everything we know so far about how the proposed service will work.