The incumbent Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has been winning most of the votes in the foreign electoral district. The respective statistics may be found on the website of the Central Election Committee.
Specifically, Poroshenko won most of the votes in Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Algeria, Egypt, Argentina, Greece, Israel, Kuwait, Republic of Ireland, Iran, Italy, China, Belgium, Spain, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Norway, Thailand, Sweden, Lithuania, Lebanon, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, South African Republic, Portugal, Bulgaria, India, Kazakhstan, Cyprus, Republic of Korea, Singapore, Germany, Finland, France, Japan and other countries.
Volodymyr Zelensky's supporters voted for him in Georgia, Congo, Qatar, Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Belarus, Armenia, Cuba, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Turkemnistan, Hungary, Brazil and teh Czech Republic.
In Estonia and Moldova, most of the Ukrainian voters opted for Yuriy Boyko.
On March 31, when the first round of the presidential elections took place in Ukraine, 33,650 Ukrainians voted on the polling stations located abroad. 101 polling stations worked in foreign countries on that day.