Volodymyr Zelensky wins 73% votes in the second tour of Presidential elections in Ukraine, according to the final results of the National exit poll as of 6 p.m. Kyiv time (GMT+3).
Petro Poroshenko gets 25,5% votes.
The National exit poll was conducted by the Ukrainian Centre for Economic and Political Studies named after Oleksandr Razumkov, Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation, and Kyiv International Institute of Sociology
13,000 voters were surveyed on 300 polling stations.
The statistical sampling error of the exit poll, including a design factor, does not exceed 1.3%, though there exist different errors that depend on various factors. As a matter of experience of previous exit polls, held under the same methodology, the statistical sampling error is expected to be not more than 3%.
Apart from that, there are two other exit polls conducted in Ukraine: the TSN exit poll and All-Ukrainian exit poll, commissioned by the Global Management Association (U.S.A.) for the benefit of American mass media and British news agency The Independent.
You may also monitor the progress of calculation of results process at the live stream from the Central Election Commission.
The commission should publish the official report on the results of the second tour at Holos Ukrayiny and Uryadovy Kurier (official outlets of Ukraine's parliament and cabinet) not later than May 4.
The inauguration of a new president of Ukraine should take place until June 3 at the solemn session of the Verkhovna Rada.