Next Ukrainian parliamentary election
All 450 seats in the Verkhovna Rada
226 seats needed for a majority
According to the electoral Code of Ukraine the next Ukrainian parliamentary election will be held on the last Sunday of October of the fifth year of authority of the parliament. The last parliamentary elections in Ukraine were held on 21 July 2019.
On 1 January 2020 the latest reversion of the electoral code of Ukraine took effect. It states that deputies can only be elected on a party list in one nationwide constituency with a 5% election threshold with open regional lists of candidates for deputies. The new election law abolish the single-member constituencies system used in the 2019 parliamentary election.[a] In these elections the 450 members of the Verkhovna Rada were elected by two methods; 225 by closed list proportional representation in a nationwide constituency with a 5% threshold, and 225 in single-member constituencies by first-past-the-post voting.
|Polling Firm/Link||Last date
|13.12.19 – 17.12.19||47.8||11.4||9.0||7.8||4.4|
|20.11.19 – 24.11.19||44.8||12.7||9.6||8.5||4.4|
- Electoral Code becomes effective in Ukraine, Interfax-Ukraine (1 January 2010)
- CEC counts 100 percent of vote in Ukraine's parliamentary elections, Ukrinform (26 July 2019)
(in Russian) Results of the extraordinary elections of the People's Deputies of Ukraine 2019, Ukrayinska Pravda (21 July 2019)
- Ukraine finally gets a new Election Code. It’s the first step to an effective political system Euromaidan Press, 12 July 2019
- Ukraine IFES