Ukrainian parliamentary elections 2019

Online voting results (second, final)

common data

Number of voting participants: 23
Total number of votes: 5385
Online voting start date: 25 June 2019
Online voting end date: 26 July 2019
Election date: 21 July 2019

results by parties

Party name Votes FOR (%)
1
74%
3985
2
8.97%
483
3
4.66%
251
4
4.03%
217
5
2.1%
113
6
1.49%
80
7
1.24%
67
8
1.02%
55
9
0.65%
35
10
0.54%
29
11
0.28%
15
12
I will not vote
0.24%
13
13
0.17%
9
14
0.15%
8
15
0.13%
7
16
0.07%
4
17
0.06%
3
18
0.06%
3
19
PZU
0.06%
3
20
0.04%
2
21
0.04%
2
22
0.02%
1
23
0%
0

results by region

Region Number of votes
1
14.04%
756
2
13.57%
731
3
10.34%
557
4
9.92%
534
5
9.21%
496
6
7.17%
386
7
3.94%
212
8
3.34%
180
9
2.95%
159
10
2.92%
157
11
2.19%
118
12
1.97%
106
13
1.8%
97
14
1.71%
92
15
1.69%
91
16
1.6%
86
17
1.45%
78
18
1.43%
77
19
1.23%
66
20
1.21%
65
21
1.02%
55
22
1%
54
23
0.82%
44
24
0.82%
44
25
0.72%
39
26
0.61%
33
27
0.56%
30
28
0.56%
30
29
0.22%
12

results by gender

Gender Number of votes
1
men
63.1%
3398
2
27.45%
1478
3
9.45%
509

results by age

Age Number of votes
1
35.73%
1924
2
27.45%
1478
3
17.77%
957
4
11.18%
602
5
4.85%
261
6
3.03%
163
final voting ended!
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