John Burn-Murdoch Interactive: Ukrainian Presidential election results mapped

The full regional breakdown of results and turnout in Ukraine’s presidential election is shown in the interactive graphic above, including figures for individual stations within Donetsk and Lugansk.

Petro Poroshenko, the billionaire oligarch, appeared on course to win the presidency. By Monday evening the confectionery magnate had secured 54.3 per cent of the vote with 83 per cent of ballots counted, taking him well ahead of the 50 per cent threshold needed to avoid a second-round run-off. The same figures put Yulia Tymoshenko, the former premier and co-leader of the 2004 Orange revolution, in second on 13 per cent.

Figures from the Central Election Commission of Ukraine put turnout at 60.3 per cent nationally, and as high as 78 per cent in the western region of Lviv. Proceedings in the eastern regions of Donetsk and Lugansk were marred with violence, with a number of polling stations destroyed or blockaded. Final turnout in Donetsk was reported as 15.4 per cent, with participation rates for its individual polling stations ranging from just 6.8 per cent to 30.5 per cent.