Tiberian independence referendum, 2016

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Tiberian independence referendum, 2016
Tiberias location.svg
Map of Andalus with Tiberias highlighted in blue.
Date 16–21 March 2014
Location Tiberias, Andalus
Voting system Simple majority, online voting
Do you want Tiberias to be a federal, independent and sovereign state?
Yes
  
54.2%
No
  
45.8%
Turnout was 83.2%.
Should Tiberias adopt the Col as its currency if it becomes independent?
Yes
  
53.4%
No
  
46.6%
Turnout was 64.6%.
Should Tiberias seek to join the Columbian Union if it becomes independent?
Yes
  
64.7%
No
  
35.3%
Turnout was 59.3%.
Should Tiberias seek to join the EAS if it becomes independent?
Yes
  
32.9%
No
  
67.1%
Turnout was 61.8%.
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A series of referendums on Tiberian independence took place between July 1st and 3rd. The independence referendum question, which voters answered with "Yes" or "No", was "Do you want Tiberias to be a federal, independent and sovereign state?" The "Yes" side won, with 54.2% voting for formal independence and 45.8% voting in against. The turnout of 83.2% was the highest recorded for an election or referendum in Andalus since the introduction of universal suffrage.