Police commissioner elections: Newport people on why they didn't vote


The elections to appoint Wales' first police and crime commissioners (PCCs) have been marked by voter apathy.

The total number of votes was 344,213, a turnout of 14.9%. In one polling station in Newport no votes were cast in the election for Gwent Police commissioner.

These residents in the Bettws area of Newport explained to Nick Palit why they didn't vote.

Low turnout in commissioner polls

No votes cast at Newport station

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