Kyiv. City Council elections 25 October 2020

Election date: 25 October 2020
Election region: Kyiv
Election type: City Council elections
Number of Council Seats: 120
Registered parties: 24
Total candidates on the lists: 2 197
Number of voters: 2 114 193
Total voted FOR: 691 588
Turnout: -
Processed Protocols: 100,00 %

Election results

Registered party Votes FOR (%)
1
20,53%
141 978
 
Number of candidates: 119
Total mandates: 31
2
19,99%
138 239
 
Number of candidates: 118
Total mandates: 30
3
8,75%
60 496
 
Number of candidates: 120
Total mandates: 14
4
7,81%
54 025
 
Number of candidates: 86
Total mandates: 12
5
7,54%
52 124
 
Number of candidates: 110
Total mandates: 12
6
7,50%
51 855
 
Number of candidates: 120
Total mandates: 12
7
5,98%
41 327
 
Number of candidates: 96
Total mandates: 9
8
4,56%
31 547
 
Number of candidates: 73
9
3,31%
22 915
 
Number of candidates: 113
10
3,15%
21 754
 
Number of candidates: 110
11
2,72%
18 779
 
Number of candidates: 59
12
1,63%
11 299
 
Number of candidates: 80
13
1,52%
10 499
 
Number of candidates: 70
14
People's Power Levchenko's
1,12%
7 766
 
Number of candidates: 110
15
0,74%
5 141
 
Number of candidates: 109
16
Ecological alternative
0,65%
4 529
 
Number of candidates: 77
17
Bereza Eco party
0,65%
4 491
 
Number of candidates: 67
18
0,50%
3 477
 
Number of candidates: 117
19
0,37%
2 560
 
Number of candidates: 66
20
0,34%
2 340
 
Number of candidates: 83
21
0,24%
1 688
 
Number of candidates: 81
22
Wave
0,22%
1 496
 
Number of candidates: 81
23
Together is Power
0,09%
634
 
Number of candidates: 66
24
Party of National Egoism
0,09%
629
 
Number of candidates: 66

Representation of parties on the council based on the election results

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