The overall turnout of voters in the first round of the presidential election in Ukraine made 62.78 percent (counted and specified as of 8 p.m. March 31). The respective information is released via the Central Election Committee of Ukraine.
The turnout rate at Ukraine's polling stations made 62.78 percent; taking into account the data from the foreign electoral district, the rate makes 63.52 percent.
The largest rate is observed in Lviv region, western Ukraine (68.91 percent); the lowest is witnessed in Zakarpattya region, westernmost Ukraine (46.99).
As the Central Election Committee continues to count the votes in the collected ballots, Volodymyr Zelensky and Petro Poroshenko appear to be the ones who made it to the second round of the elections in Ukraine.