Reports coming out of Egypt today indicate a lot of unrest and a decreased turn out from the first election. Election monitors, namely Lawyers Syndicate, have declared the turn out was not more than 20%, and in the north social media reports indicated that soldiers were knocking on doors and asking people to vote.
To read more, the Egypt Independent offers a good breakdown of election turn out. Polls are still open, and there are some indications that sunset may bring a surge of voters as it did in the first round of elections but this is unlikely to bring turn out up to the same levels as the previous round. Many Egyptians have expressed fear that the elections were rigged, and have changed their votes accordingly. Both sides are being accused of manipulating the election.