Sociologists found out who the Ukrainians are ready to vote in the election of the President and the Parliament

Sociologists found out who the Ukrainians are ready to vote in the election of the President and the Parliament

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The data of the two services differ.

The current President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and the leader of the “Fatherland” Yulia Tymoshenko would have received the highest number of votes in the presidential elections if they were held in November.

This is evidenced by survey data that simultaneously held two Ukrainian sociological service, the Razumkov Centre and KIIS.

According to the poll by the Razumkov Center, for Poroshenko ready to vote now 16.2% of all voters Tymoshenko is 11.5%.

The head of the Opposition bloc Yuriy Boiko would support 9.4 percent, the main radical of the country of Oleh Lyashko – 6%, for the leader of “Samopomich” Andriy Sadovy ready to vote to 5.7%, for the head of the party “Civic stand” Anatoly Gritsenko – by 4.9%.

17.8% of respondents said that would not participate in the elections, and 18.2% would vote for another candidate, 16, 2% are undecided.

A public opinion poll conducted by KIIS, shows slightly different results. According to the service, the maximum number of votes would be received by Yulia Tymoshenko with 21.3%. For Poroshenko would have voted for 18.5%, Vadim Rabinovich – 11,7%, Gritsenko – 10.5%, Boyko and Lyashko – by 9,4%, beyond the Garden of 7.2%.

19.2% of respondents said that they would not participate in elections, 27.4 per cent have not yet decided for whom to vote.

Different and opinion polls about the elections to the Verkhovna Rada.

According to the poll by the Razumkov Center, a 13.3% would vote for the PPB to 12.2% for the “Fatherland”, is 10.6% for “Oppositional block”, 8.9 percent for “samopomich”, 6,3% – for the Radical party Lyashko, 5,1% – for the party “For Life”, 4,2% – for “Civil position”, 3,1% – for IN “Freedom”. Other parties would garner less than 3% of the vote each.

KIIS survey shows that the majority of voters would vote for “Batkivshchyna” – 19,1%. For the PPO would give their votes 13.2% of the voters, “the opposition bloc” – 10,1%, RPL – 9%, for the party “For Life” – 8,1%, “Civil position” – 6,1%, “Samopomich” – 6%, for “Freedom” – 5,5%.

The Razumkov center conducted the poll from 4 to 9 November 2016. 2018 polled respondents aged from 18 years to 118 settlements in all regions of Ukraine, except Crimea and occupied territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions. Theoretical sampling error (excluding design effect) does not exceed 2.3% with probability 0.95.

KIIS survey was conducted from 4 to 13 November 2016 at the request of the client. 2039 respondents respondents living in 110 settlements all over Ukraine (except Crimea and the occupied areas of Donbass). Statistical sampling error (with probability 0.95 and at design-effect 1.5) does not exceed 3,3% for indicators close to 50%, 2,8% – for indicators close to 25%, 2,0% – for indicators close to 10%, 1,4% – for indicators close to 5%.