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MOSCOW, March 5 (Itar-Tass) — The Russian Central Election Commission announced the following results after 99,4 percent of the votes were counted:
Putin wins 63.74 percent,
Zyugavov has 17.19 percent,
Prokhorov -- 7.84 percent,
Zhirinovsky -- 6.23 percent,
Mironov -- 3.85 percent.
The turnout was 65,3 percent, five percent higher than in the 2011 Duma elections, Central Election Commission head Vladimir Churov said.