Voter turnout in Ukraine's local elections is almost 36% – OPORA

Voter turnout in Ukraine's local elections is almost 36% – OPORA

The voter turnout in Ukraine's local elections as of 20:00 on October 25, when the voting ended, was 35.94%, according to data provided by the OPORA civil network.

Olha Aivazovska, the coordinator of the OPORA civil network, wrote about this on her Facebook page on Sunday evening.

She noted that the margin of error is 1.14%.

“The voter turnout in Ukraine's local elections in 2015 was higher - 46.5%. Last year, 49.3% of voters voted in the parliamentary elections,” OPORA recalled.

According to the Central Election Commission, as of 21:42, the voter turnout in local elections in Ukraine was 37%, which is almost 10% less than in the previous local elections.

As reported, local elections were held in Ukraine on Sunday, October 25.


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