Dnipro. City Council elections 25 October 2020

Election date: 25 October 2020
Election region: Dnipro
Election type: City Council elections
Number of Council Seats: 64
Registered parties: 17
Total candidates on the lists: 921
Number of voters: 739 544
Total voted FOR: 213 686
Turnout: -
Processed Protocols: 100,00 %

Election results

Registered party Votes FOR (%)
1
29,06%
62 100
 
Number of candidates: 64
Total mandates: 22
2
17,30%
36 959
 
Number of candidates: 64
Total mandates: 13
3
11,84%
25 308
 
Number of candidates: 54
Total mandates: 9
4
9,78%
20 894
 
Number of candidates: 64
Total mandates: 8
5
8,02%
17 135
 
Number of candidates: 60
Total mandates: 7
6
Vilkul Bloc
6,21%
13 263
 
Number of candidates: 63
Total mandates: 5
7
4,36%
9 324
 
Number of candidates: 24
8
3,79%
8 094
 
Number of candidates: 52
9
2,37%
5 055
 
Number of candidates: 63
10
1,66%
3 555
 
Number of candidates: 64
11
1,51%
3 233
 
Number of candidates: 58
12
PZU
0,95%
2 026
 
Number of candidates: 64
13
0,93%
1 979
 
Number of candidates: 55
14
Dnipro Team
0,78%
1 657
 
Number of candidates: 41
15
0,77%
1 635
 
Number of candidates: 41
16
0,62%
1 316
 
Number of candidates: 45
17
Case
0,07%
153
 
Number of candidates: 45

Representation of parties on the council based on the election results

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