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Ukrainian parliamentary elections 28 October 2012

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Results
During election campaign, the Commission forms the composition of the election participants, and on the night after the voting day 28 October 2012, final protocols begin to arrive from the polling stations. Elections of People's Deputies of Ukraine ends within 15 days after voting day with the establishment of official results. On this page, we present a list of candidates, as well as intermediate and final results of voting in real time.
Election date: 28 October 2012
Number of election participants: 21
Number of voters who voted: 20 388 019
Protocols processed: 100.00%

Voting Results in a Multi-Member State District

Name Votes FOR (%)
1
30%
6 116 746
2
25.54%
5 209 090
3
13.96%
2 847 979
4
CPU
13.18%
2 687 269
5
10.44%
2 129 933
6
1.58%
322 198
7
1.11%
226 492
8
1.08%
221 144
9
PPU
0.56%
114 206
10
SPU
0.45%
93 071
11
PZU
0.34%
70 261
12
0.34%
70 106
13
0.31%
63 532
14
0.25%
51 369
15
0.18%
37 909
16
0.16%
32 701
17
0.11%
22 854
18
0.1%
21 030
19
0.08%
17 667
20
UNA
0.08%
16 913
21
LPU
0.07%
15 549

Representation of parties in parliament based on election results


Voter turnout

Region as of 12:00 as of 16:00 as of 20:00
for Ukraine 24.06% 45.43% 57.98%
Autonomous Republic of Crimea 23.15% 39.47% 49.45%
Vinnytsia oblast 28.22% 51.11% 62.89%
Volyn oblast 24.57% 52.17% 65.74%
Dnipropetrovsk oblast 23.35% 42.08% 52.97%
Donetsk oblast 26.42% 46.87% 59.63%
Zhytomyr oblast 21.40% 44.99% 59.32%
Zakarpattia oblast 17.24% 38.79% 51.61%
Zaporizhzhya oblast 26.05% 45.63% 55.97%
Ivano-Frankivsk oblast 19.69% 46.68% 61.86%
Kiev oblast 27.08% 48.63% 61.98%
Kirovograd oblast 23.25% 40.61% 54.25%
Luhansk oblast 28.10% 46.92% 57.67%
Lviv oblast 19.89% 48.86% 67.12%
Nikolaev oblast 24.31% 41.77% 52.19%
Odessa oblast 20.51% 38.39% 49.64%
Poltava oblast 25.57% 46.22% 57.89%
Rivne oblast 22.34% 46.38% 61.83%
Sumy oblast 26.14% 46.59% 57.68%
Ternopil oblast 19.67% 50.03% 66.78%
Kharkiv oblast 22.76% 41.43% 53.08%
Kherson oblast 25.43% 41.58% 50.90%
Khmelnitsk oblast 26.99% 50.38% 62.34%
Cherkasy oblast 27.98% 49.72% 61.46%
Chernivtsi oblast 24.25% 47.27% 59.66%
Chernihiv oblast 29.43% 50.23% 61.09%
Kyiv 21.68% 46.94% 62.11%
Sevastopol 24.35% 40.64% 49.65%
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