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VLADIVOSTOK, December 5 (Itar-Tass) — In the Far Eastern Federal District, the United Russia has maintained the leading positions, however, its support by the electorate has been generally less than 50 percent.
Thus in the Primorsky Territory, it scored only 33.92 percent. In the Khabarovsk Territory, the party got 38.1 percent of the vote. In the Kolyma region, the ruling party was supported by 40 percent of the voters, in Sakhalin - by 41.89 percent, in the Amur region - 43.53 percent, in Kamchatka - 45.24 percent, in the Jewish Autonomous Region - 48.13 percent and in Yakutia - 49.15 percent. And only in Chukotka the party had the really impressive result - 70.32 percent of the vote.
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation (CPRF) is second in the region. In the Primorsky territory, it has received 23.02 percent, in Sakhalin and the Kurils - 23.44 percent, in Kolyma - 22 percent, in the Khabarovsk Territory - 20.51 percent, in the Jewish Autonomous Region - 19.63 percent, in the Amur region - 19.18 percent, in Kamchatka - 17.08 percent and in Yakutia - 16.39 percent.
The Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) and Just Russia are following with varying success. Thus in the Primorsky Territory, LDPR got 18.66 percent of the vote and Just Russia - 17.92 percent. In the Sakhalin and Kuril Islands, LDPR got 15.99 percent of the vote and Just Russia - 11.74 percent. In Kamchatka, LDPR scored 18.61 percent against Just Russia's 10.06 percent. In the Jewish Autonomous Region, LDPR was supported by 15.8 percent of the voters and Just Russia - by 10.58 percent. In Yakutia, Just Russia even managed to get to the second place with 21.82 percent and LDPR got there 8.43 percent (fourth place). In the Amur region, everything turned the other way round - LDPR got 20.99 percent and Just Russia - 10.28 percent. In the Khabarovsk Territory LDPR got 19.83 percent of the vote and Just Russia - 14.1 percent. In Kolyma LDPR scored 17 percent of the vote and Just Russia - 11 percent.
The rest three parties - Yabloko, Patriots of Russia and Right Cause failed to overcome the election barrier required for getting Duma mandates.