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Soothing sounds of the sea - the latest results

Updated Wednesday 21st July 2010

 

After two weeks of voting, the results as of Monday morning, 9am are:

Sound A (sand) - 14%

Sound B (shingle) - 69%

Sound C (cove) - 17%

We'll be updating the running totals every weekday morning while Coast is showing on BBC Two. Bookmark this page to keep up to date with the results - or follow our science, technology and nature blog where we'll also be publishing the latest figures.

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