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Over 80,000 Ukrainians changed place of voting for presidential elections' second round

The majority of the Ukrainians, who change the voting place, are the citizens of Donetsk region
11:26, 10 April 2019

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Over 80,000 votes have changed the place of the voting before the second tour of the elections of the president of Ukraine, which will take place on April 21, as State Vote Registry reported.

Thus, the number of voters, who used the temporary change of the place of voting is 80,197 people.

At the moment, the majority of people, who changed the voting place chose Kyiv polling stations – 14,235 voters.

Besides, a lot of Ukrainians chose Kyiv region (8,373 people), Kharkiv (6,856 people), and Odesa (5, 285) regions for voting.

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1, 360 Ukrainians chose the abroad electoral district as the place for voting.

1,558 voters from Crimea, 20,064 voters from Donetsk regions and 10,763 voters from Luhansk region changed their place for voting.

Thus, as of April 7, 9,040 changed the place of their registration; as of April 8, 37,973 people and as of April 9, 33,248 people.

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The first tour of the presidential elections finished in Ukraine. After the processing of 100% of the protocols it was announced that Zelensky got 30,24% of the votes, Poroshenko has 15,95% and Tymoshenko gained 13,40%. The second tour of the elections is appointed for April 21.

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