Tallies across the country suggest Ireland has voted overwhelmingly to repeal the 8th amendment.
No results have been announced yet but a clear trend is emerging from count centres.
There's now a strong chance that every constituency in the country may vote Yes to repealing the 8th amendment.
Tallies are showing a strong trend towards yes.
In Mayo with about three quarters of the boxes open, the trend nationwide is reflected here with about 58% in favour of Yes and 42% No according to tally figures. The majority of the boxes left to be opened are from the Westport area.
In Galway East the final tally shows the Yes side winning 60.6% to 39%.
In the Dublin City it's unanimous - with possibly the strongest yes vote in the country coming in Rathmines where it was 87 per cent yes.
In Dublin county overall it's 3-to-1 Yes vote.
It's tight in Donegal with the No side leading 51 - 49
With over half of boxes open in Kerry it looks like a 58 per cent yes vote.
The Cork city centres are looking like a 2-1 yes, with the same result likely in Carlow Kilkenny
Across Wexford three quarters of boxes are open with no urban rural divide and a clear yes on the cards.