These are the results of the municipal and federal submissions from November 29 in the city of Zurich.
On this Sunday, the people of Zurich voted on three municipal and two national proposals. These are the results.
No to free entry to outdoor pools
Free swimming pools alone do not make Zurich a sports city. The electorate agreed on this on voting Sunday. With 54.2 percent of the votes against, it rejects the counter-proposal to the popular initiative “Sportstadt Züri”. Only two out of seven constituencies are in favor of the proposal. Read the detailed report on the results of this vote and the comment.
Yes to the Thurgauerstrasse design plan
The large development on the northern edge of Zurich with 700 non-profit apartments met with broad approval in the city of Zurich with 59.8 percent of the votes in favor. The deepest yes was in the affected urban district 11. Read the here detailed report on the outcome of this submission.
Yes to the promotion of dance and theater
All of the constituencies of the city of Zurich, with 68 percent of the votes in favor, clearly said yes to a new subsidy model for the dance and theater scene. The SP city president Corine Mauch sees this as a milestone in cultural policy and presents a tight schedule for implementation. Bourgeois politicians want to keep a close eye on the city when it comes to implementation. Read the detailed Message on the outcome of this submission.
Yes to the corporate responsibility initiative
All nine constituencies of the city of Zurich clearly say yes to the corporate responsibility initiative. Districts 4 and 5 are most clearly in favor of the federal proposal, with a good 77 percent yes vote. You can find the detailed results here.
Yes to the war material initiative
The war material initiative is also accepted in all city districts. At 54 percent, the proportion of votes in favor is lowest in districts 7 and 8, and again highest in districts 4 and 5 with around 72 percent. You can find the detailed results here.
Read the most important voting results from the communities.