At our polling station, the turnout was 67.63% yesterday - about 1% higher than nationwide.
533 votes were cast, and 255 ballots (32.37%) were left untouched.
Of these 533 ballots, three (0.56%) were deemed invalid.
149 (27.95%) of my neighbors have voted for Tymoshenko;
106 (19.88%) - for Tihipko;
105 (19.69%) - for Yanukovych;
40 (7.50%) - for Yatsenyuk;
36 (6.75%) - for Yushchenko;
35 (6.56%) - for Hrytsenko;
24 (4.50%) - for Symonenko;
11 (2.06%) - for Lytvyn;
9 (1.68%) - against them all;
7 (1.31%) - for Tyahnybok;
2 (0.37%) - for Kostenko and Ratushnyak;
1 (0.18%) - for Bogoslovka, Brodsky, Moroz, Protyvsikh;
0 - for Pabat, Ryabokon, Suprun.
If there's one relief it's that Kiev isn't giving in to Yanuk--only 3rd place. Huge relief. Why isn't Kiev a country on its own?ReplyDelete
Sasha, don't forget that Kyiv elected and then re-elected Chernovetsky as the mayor. Too risky to break off. Or - would make no difference.ReplyDelete
I came across one opinion that if Yulia really wants to save Ukraine from Yanukovych she needs to pull her candidacy and have Tyhipko run vs. Yanuk in the run-off.ReplyDelete