Chief Minister Andrew Barr isn’t expecting the Voice to pass at the polls on Saturday.
Mr Barr cast his vote at Old Parliament House yesterday, encouraging voters to vote in favour of the advisory body.
He said the Yes camp are clearly the underdogs at this stage of the campaign, but is holding out hope that the millions of undecided voters will go to enshrine the body in the Constitution.
Mr Barr said he believes the ACT will have the highest numbers in support of the Voice, likening it to the support shown for marriage equality.
The ACT has had its own Voice equivalent for 15 years, with Mr Barr saying the world hasn’t ended.
Mr Barr says he will respect whatever result comes on Sunday.