The Cahersiveen area is showing the highest voter turnout in Kerry so far today at 19%. This is closely followed by the Kenmare area at 18%, while St. Oliver’s National School in Killarney is at 17.9%. Overall voter turnout for this time of the day is 1 to 2% higher than the 2011 General Election. There is a 17% turnout at Cill Mhic a’Domhnaigh National School in Ventry, while 15% have cast their ballot in the Listowel area this lunchtime. Glens in Dingle has seen a 14.5% turnout and Bunscoil an Chlochair in Dingle is reporting the lowest turnout so far today at a respectable 12%. Voter turnout in Castleisland and Blennerville is 13%, while CBS Tralee has seen 15% of voters fill out their ballot papers today. In the Killarney area, Lissivigeen National School has seen a 16% turnout, while Holy Cross National School is reporting turnout of 15.8%.