Voter turnout at 16:00 by OPORA
According to the data from OPORA’s observers, the voter turnout as of 16:00 on 21 April presidential election in Ukraine in 49,3% with margin of error 0.7%.
Voting process and typical violations as of 12:00 PM
Civil Network OPORA has assessed the quality of voting process from 08:00 AM to 12:00 PM based on the data from representative sample of polling stations. OPORA's methodology for election monitoring allows to compare quantitative indicators for violations, typical for this and previous election.
Voter turnout as of 12:00 PM
According to the data from OPORA’s observers, the voter turnout as of 12:00 on 21 April presidential election in Ukraine in 25.3% with margin of error 0.7%.
Start of the second round on 21 April 2019: observation results from OPORA
The second round of presidential election in Ukraine started in a conflict-free environment and in line with legislative requirements. OPORA's observers didn't notice any serious violations during preparatory meetings of precinct election commissions, opening of polling stations and the first hours of voting.
Report Based on the Results of Observation of Electoral Process in the Second Round of Presidential Election in Ukraine Scheduled for April 21, 2019
In April 2019, the election campaigns of presidential candidates Volodymyr Zelensky and Petro Poroshenko were marked by high level of competitiveness and escalating confrontation. Candidates for the post of President of Ukraine made quite active use of mass media, social network services and outdoor advertising media for campaigning purposes.
Establishment of Election Commissions for the Second Round of Elections
On the last day allocated by the Law (April, 10, 2019), Central Election Commission compiled the membership of 199 district election commissions to organize and conduct the second round of presidential election in Ukraine to take place on April, 21, 2019.
Results of Parallel Vote Tabulation by OPORA
According to results of parallel vote tabulation conducted on the election day at the Presidential Election in Ukraine on March, 31, 2019, by Civil Network OPORA, Volodymyr Zelenskyi and Petro Poroshenko go to the second round. Their results are 30.1% and 15.7%, with the error of 0.7%.
Statement of Civil Network OPORA on Preliminary Results of Observation at the Presidential Election in Ukraine on March, 31, 2019
Regular elections of the President of Ukraine on March, 31, 2019, took place in competitive environment and in compliance with basic standards of genuine elections, whereas cases of breaking national law failed to present any constraints for citizens to exercise their right to vote and be elected.
Observation results from OPORA as of 8:00 PM
According to the information collected by observers of Civil Network OPORA at polling stations that were selected using a nationally representative sampling, the voter turnout as of 8:00 PM is 63.2% (margin of error 0.8%). To compare, the voter turnout at 4:00 PM on 2014 presidential election was 60%.