Over 118,000 people added to supplementary register ahead of Friday's referendum
Over 3.2 million people are registered for tomorrow.
More than 118,000 people have been added to the supplementary voter register ahead of Friday's referendum.
The figures were released by the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government, with a council by council breakdown, which shows that a total of 118,389 people were added to the registry.
This means that over 3.2 million people are now registered to vote in the upcoming referendum.
Furthermore, the latest numbers on the supplement to the register of electors shows an enormous surge on the 65,911 that were added during the marriage equality referendum three years ago.
The largest number of people added were Dublin City Council with 19,805, Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council with 9,729, Cork County Council with 9,049.
In addition, the greater Dublin area saw a significant surge as Kildare County Council saw 7,143 added, Fingal County Council had 6,908 and South Dublin had 5,473.