The voting took place at 1089 polling stations in Kyiv. A total 66.5% of Kyiv residents voted for the current mayor Vitaly Klitschko, while 33.5% - for Boryslav Bereza, deputy of Verkhovna Rada.
Just a reminder: Vitaly Klitschko scored 40.6% votes, and Boryslav Bereza – 8.8% votes in the first round of local elections on October 25, 2015.
The second round of elections was held on Sunday, November 15, 2015, in 29 Ukrainian cities. The polling stations were open from 8.00am to 8.00pm.
According to the data of the Central Election Commission published on its website, the voter turnover in the second round of local elections across the country averaged 34.1%, in Kyiv - 28.4%. It is worth noting that the voter turnout in the first round of elections in Ukraine was higher, and amounted to 46.6%.
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