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NATIONAL EXIT POLL 2010 DATAON THE RESULTS OF THE FIRST ROUND

 OF THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
      

The National Exit Poll 2010 Consortium, which is made up of the Democratic Initiatives Foundation, the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) and the Oleksandr Razumkov Ukrainian Center for Economic and Political Studies organized the conduct of the National Exit Poll 2010 on the day of the presidential elections in Ukraine on January 17, 2010.

                12.546respondents were interviewed at 240 polling stations. On average 74voters were interviewed at each polling station.

The statisticalsampleerrortaking into accountthe design effectis no more than 1.3%, howevertheremay besystemicerrors thatdependonmanyfactors and are difficulttoestimate (including weather conditions). Based on the experience of previous exit polls conducted and using the same methodology, weassumethatthe sampleerrordoesnotexceed2% for the first two candidates (i.e. the number of votes obtained) and is within 0.5-1% for other candidates

 

National Exit Poll data as of 23:00

of the results of voting by the constituents of Ukraine on January 17, 2010:

 
 
Ukraine, total %
ViktorYanukovych
31,3

Yulia Tymoshenko

27,1

Serhiy Tihipko

13,4

Arseniy Yatseniuk

7,8

Viktor Yushchenko

6,0

Petro Symonenko

2,7
Volodymyr Lytvyn
2,4
Oleh Tiahnybok
2,1
Anatoliy Hrytsenko
1,6
Oleksandr Moroz
0,5
Inna Bohoslovska
0,4
Vasyl Protyvsikh
0,1
Oleksandr Pabat
0,1

Serhiy Ratushnyak

0,2
Liudmyla Suprun
0,2
YuriyKostenko
0,2
Oleh Riabokon
0,1
Mykhailo Brodskiy
0,0
Did not vote for any of the candidates
2,8
Do not recall
0,4
Questionnaires filled out with errors
0,5
Refuse to answer
 
 
Senior Project Manager and Producer - Ilko Kucheriv.
Research Supervisor - Volodymyr Paniotto.
Coordinators - Natalia Kharchenko, Andriy Bychenko, Mykhailo Mishchenko.
Research consultants - Valeriy Khmelko, Iryna Bekeshkina.
International exit poll observers - Yekaterina Kozerenko (Levada Center, Moscow, Russia), Maciej Kochanowicz, Jacek Kucharczyk (Institute for Public Affairs, Warsaw, Poland), Alexey Levinson (Levada Center, Moscow, Russia).