Results of second round of presidential elections. CEC published data on almost 100% of processed protocols
Volodymyr Zelensky wins the second round of the presidential elections in Ukraine with more than 73% of the vote.
This is evidenced by the data of 99.8% of the protocols processed by the CEC.
According to the CEC results, 13 million 506 thousand 470 citizens of the country (73.22%) voted for Zelensky. The current head of state Petro Poroshenko was able to win support of 4 million 512 thousand 562 Ukrainians (24.46%).
A total of 18 million 445 thousand 932 people with voting rights took part in the second round of voting.
Zelensky won in all regions of Ukraine, except for the Lviv region.
However, he lost in a foreign constituency (54.73% – for Poroshenko, 43.78% – for Zelensky).
According to the results of the National exit poll, made public immediately after the vote on April 21, 73.2% of Ukrainians voted for Volodymyr Zelensky, and 25% for Petro Poroshenko.