UPDATE: Matt Jay has a good discussion and some interesting links. On site, with excellent coverage: Neeka and Dan McMinn. And the results, straight from the source, as they come in: Central Election Commission of Ukraine.
I have no knowledge about the reliability of these exit polls from Ukraine. Exit polling has a mixed record in younger democracies. But, for what it is worth, the Kyiv Post reports that one poll has Viktor Yanukovych’s support at 33% and another at only 27.5%.
Yulia Tymoshenko’s party is at second place in both polls, with 23% or 21.5%. President Yushchenko’s Our Ukraine is doing worse in the polls than expected, at 14-16%.
Again–as I have stressed in some posts below–if Yanukovych’s Regions party is below the mid-30s in the final result, this is not a “comeback,” his plurality notwithstanding. In the exit polls, the combined support of the two main Orange parties remains higher than that of Yanukovuch’s party–which is what I would expect when this is all complete, though the precise levels of support may wind up different from these projections.