Ukrainian parliamentary elections 2012

Online voting results (second, final)

common data

Number of voting participants: 22
Total number of votes: 8535
Online voting start date: 18 August 2012
Online voting end date: 26 October 2012
Election date: 28 October 2012

results by parties

Party name Votes FOR (%)
1
39.41%
3364
2
21.02%
1794
3
5.53%
472
4
CPU
3.37%
288
5
PPU
3.18%
271
6
2.81%
240
7
1.65%
141
8
1.57%
134
9
I will not vote
1.29%
110
10
0.7%
60
11
SPU
0.52%
44
12
0.48%
41
13
0.48%
41
14
UNA
0.46%
39
15
0.4%
34
16
LPU
0.36%
31
17
PZU
0.34%
29
18
0.23%
20
19
0.22%
19
20
0.2%
17
21
0.15%
13
22
0.15%
13
23
0%
0

results by region

Region Number of votes
1
19.2%
1 639
2
7.8%
666
3
6.12%
522
4
6.08%
519
5
5.92%
505
6
5.75%
491
7
5.65%
482
8
4.15%
354
9
3.28%
280
10
3.06%
261
11
2.66%
227
12
2.66%
227
13
2.28%
195
14
2.2%
188
15
2.18%
186
16
2.14%
183
17
2.04%
174
18
1.98%
169
19
1.83%
156
20
1.82%
155
21
1.76%
150
22
1.7%
145
23
1.61%
137
24
1.56%
133
25
1.38%
118
26
1.35%
115
27
0.9%
77
28
0.57%
49
29
0.37%
32

results by gender

Gender Number of votes
1
men
71.11%
6069
2
18.77%
1602
3
10.12%
864

results by age

Age Number of votes
1
27.21%
2322
2
26.62%
2272
3
17.54%
1497
4
17.35%
1481
5
8.07%
689
6
3.21%
274
final voting ended!
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