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MINSK, October 11. /TASS/. Belarus’ incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko is scoring from 80 to 84% of the vote in the Sunday presidential elections, according to exit polls conducted by three sociological services.
According to the Institute for Comparative Social Studies Eurasian Barometer, Austria, Lukashenko is winning 80.3% of the vote. His rivals, Sergei Gaidukevich, the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party, is winning 5.1% of votes, Tatiana Korotkevich, who represents the Tell the Truth civil campaign, is winning 5.6%, and Nikolai Ulakhovich, the leader of the Belarusian Patriotic Party, is scoring 1.9% As many as 7.1% of voters voted for none of the above.
According to the Institute of Sociology of Belarus’ National Academy of Sciences, Lukashenko is winning 82.9% of the vote, Gaidukevich - 4.8%, Korotkevich - 4.3%, Ulakhovich - 2.1% A total of 5.9% voted against all.
According to the Belarusian Committee of Youth Organizations, Lukashenko is leading with 84.1% of votes. Next are Gaidukevich with 5.2%, Korotkevich with 4.9%, and Ulakhovich with 1.4% 4.4% voted against all.