Ukrainian parliamentary elections 2024

Online voting results (first, preliminary)

common data

Number of voting participants: 24
Total number of votes: 339
Online voting start date: 24 April 2021
Online voting end date: 12 September 2022
Election date: 31 March 2024

results by parties

Party name Votes FOR (%)
1
30.68%
104
2
14.75%
50
3
12.98%
44
4
11.21%
38
5
9.73%
33
6
6.49%
22
7
2.36%
8
8
Another party
2.06%
7
9
2.06%
7
10
1.18%
4
11
1.18%
4
12
0.88%
3
13
0.88%
3
14
0.59%
2
15
0.59%
2
16
0.59%
2
17
I will not vote
0.59%
2
18
0.59%
2
19
0.29%
1
20
0.29%
1
21
0%
0
22
0%
0
23
0%
0
24
0%
0
25
0%
0
26
PZU
0%
0

results by region

Region Number of votes
1
17.7%
60
2
16.52%
56
3
9.44%
32
4
8.55%
29
5
6.49%
22
6
6.19%
21
7
4.72%
16
8
4.13%
14
9
2.95%
10
10
2.95%
10
11
2.95%
10
12
2.36%
8
13
2.36%
8
14
1.77%
6
15
1.47%
5
16
1.47%
5
17
1.47%
5
18
1.18%
4
19
1.18%
4
20
1.18%
4
21
0.88%
3
22
0.59%
2
23
0.59%
2
24
0.59%
2
25
0.29%
1
26
0%
0
27
0%
0
28
0%
0
29
0%
0

results by gender

Gender Number of votes
1
men
56.05%
190
2
32.45%
110
3
11.5%
39

results by age

Age Number of votes
1
25.07%
85
2
22.42%
76
3
19.17%
65
4
13.27%
45
5
12.68%
43
6
7.37%
25
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