Not a great surprise except for the size of the vote but the Dutch have also rejected the EU constitution by a significant margin - exit polls indicate that some 63% voted against with a turnout of 62%. In both Holland and France this works out as a hair under 40% of the entire electorate felt strongly enough about the treaty to reject it. At first blush that doesn't sound terribly good but recall that in the only referendum to date that went the other way - in Spain - the total turnout was just 42%. In other words when people care they vote NO.
Undoubtedly more reaction at the usual suspects (see previous post) and at Zacht Ei.