Here’s the map of the overseas polling stations. They are published on the website of the Central Election Committee. It looks like the first round of the elections pretty much, though Zelensky has bigger raise. It’s important to understand that the quantity of voters is very different – it might be a dozen of several thousands of voters.
The biggest polling stations are the most interesting. Poroshenko’s western stronghold is U.S.A. – 72%, Canada – 74%, United Kingdom – 70%. The poorest support is in those countries, where Ukrainians migrate to work, as far as I understand: Italy – 62%, Spain – 56%, Portugal – 58%, Germany – 55%.
Zelensky is in the lead in Poland with a slender majority – 51%, Czech Republic – 59%.
Israel is a special case – both candidates get an almost equal number of votes, though Poroshenko wins 50.46%.
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