The official results are different from the preliminary results only in the totals of votes received at the Bannatyne Avenue and Selkirk Avenue campuses. Their recorded numbers of cast ballots are now much more in line with traditional turnout levels. Nothing here changes my analysis in any way.
The voting totals of each academic unit are worth posting:
|Env., Earth, and Resources||73||3.3%|
|Kines. & Rec. Mgmt.||41||1.9%|
|School of Agriculture||6||0.3%|
The CRO mislabels the Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources, but we'll forgive her.
University 1 (the university's academic unit for nearly all first-year students) is voting in much higher numbers than they used to. In sum, the "Big 5" units (U1, Arts, Science, Engineering, and Management) represent 78% of all votes cast- a huge margin. Pharmacy had an excellent showing as well, almost certainly due to Pierce Cairns being a student of that faculty.