Andalus East Althenian membership referendum, 2017

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Andalusian East Althenian membership referendum, 2017
Location of Andalus.svg
Map of Andalus.
Date 10-14 January 2017
Location Andalus
Voting system Simple majority, online voting
Should Andalus remain in or leave the East Althenian Sphere?
Remain
  
48.2%
Leave
  
51.8%
Turnout was 73.7%.
Should Andalus introduce a temporary ban on immigration from the EAS?
Yes
  
56.2%
No
  
43.8%
Turnout was 64.6%.
Should Andalus end visa-free travel for EAS citizens?
Yes
  
49.6%
No
  
50.4%
Turnout was 59.3%.
Should Andalus withdraw from the East Althenian Economic Area?
Yes
  
49.9%
No
  
50.1%
Turnout was 61.8%.
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A series of referendums on Andalusian membership in the EAS and it's various institutions took place between January 10th and 14th. The independence referendum question, which voters answered with "Remain" or "Leave", was "Should Andalus remain or leave the East Althenian Sphere?" The "Leave" side won, with 51.8% voting for a split with the EAS and 48.2% voting in against. However the result of this and the subsequent polls did not achieve the required 75% turnout by Andalusian law, and thus were not legally-binding.