The Ukrainian parliament of the IX convocation will consist of 5 parties: Servant of the People, Opposition Platform - For Life, European Solidarity of Petro Poroshenko, Batkisvshchyna (Fatherland), Holos (The Voice). These are results of the exit polls performed by the Austrian SORA Institute for Social Research and Consulting along with the Ukrainian Social Monitoring Center for 112 Ukraine TV channel during the snap parliamentary elections on July 21.
According to the exit poll as of 8 p.m., the parties that enter the parliament are:
Servant of the People of Volodymyr Zelensky, headed by Dmytro Razumkov - 43.5% of the votes;
Opposition Platform - For Life by Yuriy Boyko, Vadym Rabinovich and Viktor Medvedchuk - 12.5% of the votes;
European Solidarity of Petro Poroshenko - 8.7% of the votes;
Batkivshchyna (Fatherland) of Yulia Tymoshenko - 8.1% of the votes;
Holos (The Voice) of Svyatoslav Vakarchuk - 6.6% of the votes.
According to the exit poll, the Servant of the People Party won the biggest number of votes in Eastern and Southern regions – 48.7% and 47.9% respectively. The least support the party met in the Donbas region – 28.7%.
The Opposition Platform - For Life won in the Donbas region – 42.3%. Southern Ukraine supported the bloc with 22%. The East – with – 21.7%.
The European Solidarity of Petro Poroshenko has the biggest support in Western Ukraine – 12.7%, and the least one – in Donbas – 2.6%.
Batkivshchyna (Fatherland) of Yulia Tymoshenko enjoys the most support in Western regions of Ukraine – 11.3%. Donbas shows the lowest level of support for Tymoshenko – 2.3%.
Holos (The Voice) of Svyatoslav Vakarchuk have their highest support in Western Ukraine – 15.1%, the lowest one is in Donbas – 0.8%.
According to the 112 Ukraine exit poll, the following parties do not get into the parliament:
Strength and Honor, Ihor Smeshko – 3.8%
Radical Party, Oleh Lyashko – 2.9%
Shariy Party, Anatoliy Shariy – 3.1%
Opposition Bloc, Yevhen Murayev – 2.9%
All-Ukrainian Union Svoboda, Oleh Tyahnybok – 2.2%
The rest of the political parties do not pass the 2% barrier.
During the exit poll of 112 Ukraine TV channel, about 25 000 voters were interviewed at 500 polling stations (at 250 polling stations using an individual interview, at 250 polling stations - by secret ballot). The standard error is 2.4%. The statistical deviation of the exit poll results is 2.1% for the leaders of the rating with over 10% of votes and 1.5% for those parties with less than 10% of votes.