The Central Election Commission processed 97.48% of the protocols with the results of voting in the presidential elections in Ukraine.
Online statistics on poll counts are kept on the CEC website.
After processing 97.48%, Yulia Tymoshenko lost her chances of reaching the second round, even if she would get all the votes that were left over.
– Showman Vladimir Zelensky – 30.23% of the vote;
– The current head of state Petro Poroshenko – 15.93%;
– Party Leader In Batkivshchyna Yulia Tymoshenko – 13.40%;
– Candidate of the Opposition Platform – For life Yuriy Boyko – 11.63%;
– Party leader Citizenship Anatoly Gritsenko – 6.93%;
– The former head of the Security Service Ukraine, Igor Smeshko – 6.03%;
– Head of the Radical Party, Oleg Lyashko – 5.48%;
– Candidate party block the opposition Alexander Vilkul – 4.17%;
– Candidate of united nationalists Ruslan Koshulinsky – 1.63%.
Other candidates earn less than 1% of the vote.
After processing 97.11% of the protocols, Vladimir Zelensky was 30.23%; President Petro Poroshenko – 15.93%; Party Leader In Batkivshchyna Yulia Tymoshenko – 13.40%.
The gap between Zelensky and Poroshenko remains within 14%. According to the results of the 97.11% processing of votes, the gap was 14.30%. Now this figure is 14.27%.
March 31 in Ukraine was the first round of presidential elections. Ukrainians chose a new head of state among 39 candidates.