- High turnout in Abdullah al-Nadeem poll stations inMatariya.
- Low turnout in Huda al-Sha’rawi women poll station.
- Judges of Abullah al-Nadeem do not allow voters to use their own pens and insist that they use the committee’s pen to mark their choices.
- No violation of propaganda regulations.
- Average turnout in Dar al-Salam poll stations.
- Voting delayed until 8:15 in al-Nour Islamic schools complex poll stations.
- Generally average turnout.
- Aswat Masriya correspondent reported cars carrying posters for Mohamed Mursi in front ofsome poll stations.
- Aswat Masriya correspondent reported calls among voters to invalidate their votes.
- Weak security in front of poll stations.
- High turnout at most of the polls stations.
- Intensive propaganda for the brotherhood’s Mohamed Mursi.
- Several poll stations opened half an hour late.
- Marine vehicles remove electoral propaganda located in front of a number of poll stations.
- Most poll stations opened on time.
- Security patrols roam the streets to secure the process.- No violations monitored.
- High turnout especially in Sidi Beshr, al-Asafra and al-Mandara areas.
- Some poll stations opened late.
- Delay in opening 11 poll stations due to late arrival of judges.
- Average turnout.
- No signs of electoral propaganda.
- A number of poll stations opened late.
- High turnout of Copts.
- Police removes posters of Ahmed Shafiq and Mohamed Mursi at poll stations.
- Long queues in front of several poll stations, especially women’s.
- Shafiq’s campaign files complaint against brotherhood members accusing them ofbeating one of their members at a poll station in Abu Qirqas.
- Delay in opening some poll stations due to late arrival of judges.
- Sotak Dameerak (Your voice, your conscience) campaign influence voters to choose Mursi.
- Low turnout in Sharm al-Sheikh poll stations.
- Sharm al-Sheikh provides umbrellas for voters.
- Low turnout in most poll stations at the cities, higher at villages.
- No candidates’ representatives in front of poll stations.
- Low security at most poll stations.
- Some poll stations in remote villages opened late.
- Low turnout.
- International observers from Turkey, Syria, Kenya at poll stations.
- Army distributes posters urging voters to cast their votes.
- Intensive police and army security.
- Some poll stations opened late.
- High turnout of voters.
- A number of Mursi and Shafiq supporters are present in front of poll stations to assist voters.
-Delay in the opening of most polling stations, like Nasr School in Siwa.
-Armed forced set up sunshades by polling stations for voters and made available seats for votes with special needs.
- Delay in the opening of most polling stations (some as late as 8:30 a.m.).
- Very low turnout early in the day.
- Delay in the opening of some polling stations, including Bahr al-Baqar, al-Kab and Um Al-Khalaf, opened due to the tardiness of judges.
- Intensive security, with special forces and armored trucks by a number of polling stations, in comparison with the first round of the election.
- Very high turnout in al-Dawahi and al-Zohor polling stations
- Low turnout at Nasser, Ahmed Orabi, Um al-Mumneen, Notre Dame polling stations, and villages.
- High turnout in Shohadaa al-Badr in Mahla.
- Group voting by Freedom and Justice Party supporters.
- Coptic Christians present at polling stations.
- Delay in the opening of some polling stations until 8:30 a.m. like in Shohdaa al-Badr and al-Gumhureya due to the tardiness of representatives.
- Freedom and Justice Party supporters seen by some polling stations trying to influence voters.
- High turnout of women, especially fully veiled, at Ahmed Orabi polling station.
- High turnout of Coptic Christians at polls.
- No campaign materials are found by polling stations.
- Low turnout in polling stations in villages – higher turnout in cities.
- Extensive presence of armed forces in comparison to the first round of the election.
- Confrontations between supporters of the two candidates as supporters try to influence the decisions of voters.
- A delay in 25 percent of polling stations due to the tardiness of judges.
- High turnout in Salam polling station in al-Hamidat
- Intense security measures.
- Operation room has not received voter complaints to date.
- Moderate turnout, Al-Ahram reported.
- A delay in the opening of four polling stations in due to the tardiness of judges – leading to crowding.