The general voters’ turnout in Ukraine made 63,45%.
The highest turnout was spotted in Lviv region – 68,88% and the lowest was in Zakarpattia region – 46,99%.
In 2014, the voters’ turnout made 59,48% during the presidential elections.
As it was reported, according to the exit polls, Zelensky is the leader of the first round of presidential elections.
The Central Election Commission began protocol handling of the presidential elections in Ukraine.
The Central Election Committee approved a final list of 39 presidential candidates in Ukraine. The voters' list contained 35.6 million Ukrainian citizens. More than 315,000 Ukrainians changed voting places shortly before the presidential election.
This year ballot is the longest ballot in the history of presidential elections in Ukraine. It is 80 cm in length and printed on the paper with watermarks and special protection ink.