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Indonesia's Widodo Says Vote 'Quick Counts' Indicate Election Win

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Indonesia's Widodo Says Vote 'Quick Counts' Indicate Election Win

Indonesia's Widodo Says Vote 'Quick Counts' Indicate Election Win

According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, Indonesian President Joko Widodo said that vote &apos;quick counts&apos; indicated that he had regained the presidency, but called on his supporters to be patient for the election commission to announce the official results.

Unofficial &apos;quick counts&apos; of a sample of votes by six pollsters show that Widodo is set to win the popular vote and is leading challenger Prabowo Subianto by between 7.5 and 11.6 percentage points.

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