Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Ukraine held the second round of its presidential elections on 21 April, after none of the candidates were able to secure the necessary number of votes to win in the first. Volodymyr Zelenskiy, who gained most of the votes in the first round, was expected to win the race, according to numerous polls.
The preliminary results from the exit polls suggest that Presidential candidate in the second round of Ukrainian elections Volodymyr Zelenskiy gains around 73.2% of votes with his opponent Petro Poroshenko gaining 25.3% of votes.
More detailed reports show that in western Ukraine, Zelenskiy won around 56.4% of local votes, while in the eastern parts of the country he received around 88% of total votes. His opponent received 43.6% and 12% respectively.