Donetsk, Mykolaiv, Kharkiv and Kherson regions have lowest turnout in local elections, Ternopil region has highest one - CEC
The highest turnout in local elections on October 25 was recorded in Ternopil region - 44.81%, the lowest in Donetsk region - 31.67%, according to the Central Election Commission (CEC).
As of 22:00 the turnout in Ukraine is 36.98%, the CEC said on its Facebook page.
At the same time, 31.67% of voters voted in Donetsk region, 32.02% - in Mykolaiv, 32.33% - in Kharkiv, 32.39% - in Kherson, 33.93% - in Zaporizhia, 34.16% - in Dnipropetrovsk, in Kyiv city - 34.34%, and Chernivtsi region - 34.84%.
At the same time, Lviv region has one of the highest turnout - 43.83%, Vinnytsia - 41.92%, Volyn - 41.89%, Zakarpattia - 41.86%, and Chernihiv region - 41, 64%.