Ukrainian parliamentary elections 2012

Online voting results (first, preliminary)

common data

Number of voting participants: 19
Total number of votes: 6230
Online voting start date: 2 January 2012
Online voting end date: 18 August 2012
Election date: 28 October 2012

results by parties

Party name Votes FOR (%)
1
32.99%
2055
2
26.45%
1648
3
7.95%
495
4
5.41%
337
5
CPU
4.41%
275
6
3.13%
195
7
1.3%
81
8
1.12%
70
9
SPU
0.59%
37
10
0.53%
33
11
UPP
0.48%
30
12
0.42%
26
13
0.3%
19
14
0.3%
19
15
0.27%
17
16
0.22%
14
17
0.21%
13
18
0.13%
8
19
0%
0

results by region

Region Number of votes
1
18.12%
1 129
2
7.19%
448
3
6.87%
428
4
6.47%
403
5
6.24%
389
6
6.16%
384
7
4.03%
251
8
3.68%
229
9
3.53%
220
10
3.35%
209
11
3%
187
12
2.92%
182
13
2.47%
154
14
2.42%
151
15
2.42%
151
16
2.26%
141
17
2.01%
125
18
1.93%
120
19
1.89%
118
20
1.81%
113
21
1.75%
109
22
1.65%
103
23
1.62%
101
24
1.52%
95
25
1.43%
89
26
1.3%
81
27
0.93%
58
28
0.56%
35
29
0.43%
27

results by gender

Gender Number of votes
1
men
72.79%
4535
2
15.38%
958
3
11.83%
737

results by age

Age Number of votes
1
30.66%
1910
2
23.98%
1494
3
22.49%
1401
4
9.23%
575
5
9.12%
568
6
4.53%
282
preliminary voting ended!
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