The Central Election Commission of Ukraine has released data on the voter turnout in local elections as of 13:00.
According to the CEC report on Facebook, the highest voter turnout was recorded in Odesa region (excluding Odesa city) - 26%.
The CEC notes that the data are indicative.
Thus, the voter turnout as of 13:00 was as follows: Vinnytsia region - 17.2%, Volyn region - 17.0%, Donetsk region - 22.1%, Zhytomyr region - 18.3%, Zakarpattia region - 15.3%, Ivano-Frankivsk region - 14%, Kirovohrad region - 18.6%, Mykolaiv region - 15.5%, Poltava region - 16.6%, Sumy region - 15.7%, Ternopil region - 17.0%, Kharkiv region - 15.5%, Cherkasy region - 17%, Chernivtsi region - 14%, Chernihiv region - 20.1%, Luhansk region - 18%, Odesa region (excluding Odesa city) - 26%, Ternopil region - 17%, Kherson region - 16.7%, and Kyiv region - 15.6%.
The voter turnout in Kyiv city as of 13:00 was 16.2%.
As reported, on October 25, 2020, local elections are held in Ukraine.