Results from 155 of 169 constituencies abroad show that a total of 47.61 percent of voters there chose Rafał Trzaskowski, while the incumbent President Andrzej Duda received 23.66 percent of votes of Poles living outside Poland.
According to the results of the presidential elections from 99.78 percent of polling stations published by the State Electoral Committee (PKW) on...see more
According to the partial results, Mr Trzaskowski received 95,306 votes, President Duda – 47,358 Szymon Hołownia – 29,610 (which is 14.79 percent), Krzysztof Bosak - 14,962 (7.47 percent), Robert Biedroń – 9,104 (4.55 percent) and Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz – 2,078 (1.04 percent). Other candidates did not exceed one percent of voters' support abroad.
The incumbent President was victorious in Brazil, Canada, Kazakhstan, and the US. These countries have presented the full results. In the US, he received 50.67 percent of votes, while Rafał Trzaskowski – 34.62 percent. Szymon Hołownia, Krzysztof Bosak, and Robert Biedroń received 6.23 percent, 5.45 percent, and 1.8 percent respectively. More than 26,000 people voted in the US.
In Canada, Mr Duda was chosen by 53.68 percent of voters, Mr Trzaskowski – by 33.11, and the third place was for Mr Bosak with 6.57 percent of votes. A total of 5,736 ballots were cast in this country.
As of 10:30 CEST, data from 13 out of 15 commissions in Germany are available. The winner there was Rafał Trzaskowski with 52.55 percent of votes, followed by Andrzej Duda (19.95 percent) and Szymon Hołownia was third with 15.64 percent of votes.
Three constituencies in the UK counted votes so far, one in the consulate in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and two in Edinburgh, Scotland. The winner there was Rafał Trzaskowski, with 47.89 percent of votes, the second place was for Szymon Hołownia (18.63 percent) and the third for Andrzej Duda (15.09 percent).
The highest number of Poles in Ireland voted for Rafał Trzaskowski. He was chosen by 48.85 percent of voters, Szymon Hołownia received 18.92 percent while Andrzej Duda – 16.1 percent.
In France Rafał Trzaskowski received 48.81 percent of votes, Andrzej Duda – 27.76 percent and Szymon Hołownia was chosen by 12.54 percent.
The Mayor of Warsaw won in Italy. All the votes were counted there, Mr Trzaskowski received 47.14 percent of ballots, followed by Mr Duda with 31.49 percent and Mr Hołownia with 12.97 percent.
Mr Trzaskowski dominated the elections in Spain. As much as 61.16 percent of Poles voting there supported him, compared to 13.44 percent and 13.32 for Mr Duda and Mr Hołownia respectively.
He was also the victor in Russia. Mr Trzaskowski was chosen by 46.08 percent of electorate there, Mr Duda received 30.18 percent and Szymon Hołownia – 10.14 percent.
The incumbent president was fourth in Japan. The winner there was Mr Trzaskowski (48.09 percent), followed by Mr Hołownia (16.22 percent), Robert Biedroń (13.17 percent). Mr Duda received 10.31 percent of votes there. Menawhile in China, President Duda was fifth, he was also outran by Krzysztof Bosak, who received one ballot more than the incumbent President.
According to the results of the presidential elections from 99.78 percent of polling stations in general, the incumbent President Andrzej Duda received 43.67 percent of votes, while Rafał Trzaskowski, the Mayor of Warsaw – 30.34 percent.