Presidential elections in Ukraine 2014

Online voting results (second, final)

common data

Number of voting participants: 21
Total number of votes: 21413
Online voting start date: 31 March 2014
Online voting end date: 23 May 2014
Election date: 25 May 2014

results by candidates

Candidate name Votes FOR (%)
1
33.99%
7 278
2
18.25%
3 907
3
13.73%
2 939
4
9.27%
1 985
5
5.47%
1 172
6
4.6%
985
7
3.69%
791
8
None of the above
2.36%
506
9
2.21%
474
10
1.78%
382
11
I will not vote
1.44%
308
12
1.16%
249
13
0.98%
210
14
0.18%
38
15
0.16%
34
16
0.14%
30
17
0.13%
28
18
0.11%
23
19
0.1%
22
20
0.08%
18
21
0.06%
13
22
0.05%
11
23
0.05%
10

results by region

Region Number of votes
1
18.23%
3 903
2
9.49%
2 032
3
7.3%
1 564
4
5.95%
1 275
5
5.49%
1 176
6
5.44%
1 164
7
4.59%
983
8
4.28%
916
9
2.87%
614
10
2.83%
605
11
2.58%
553
12
2.58%
553
13
2.41%
516
14
2.39%
511
15
2.17%
465
16
2.02%
433
17
1.96%
420
18
1.94%
415
19
1.93%
414
20
1.8%
385
21
1.76%
376
22
1.76%
376
23
1.65%
354
24
1.54%
330
25
1.45%
311
26
1.36%
292
27
1.13%
241
28
0.99%
211
29
0.12%
25

results by gender

Gender Number of votes
1
men
52.23%
11185
2
38.45%
8233
3
9.32%
1995

results by age

Age Number of votes
1
28.83%
6173
2
28.8%
6168
3
17.44%
3735
4
15.19%
3253
5
7.55%
1616
6
2.19%
468
final voting ended!
18 days back
Petro Poroshenko said that he intends to nominate his candidacy in the next presidential elections in Ukraine: “Yes, I am going to participate in the next presidential elections. But first, for these elections we need a victory.”
20 days back
Today, March 31, 2024, at this time, sociological companies could publish the preliminary results of the presidential elections in Ukraine, but this will not happen due to the ongoing aggression of the Russian Federation. Of course, elections will be held after Ukraine’s victory!
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