New faces: the Ukrainians told who see the next President

New faces: the Ukrainians told who see the next President

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Poroshenko is rapidly losing its rating among citizens.

Most of the respondents of the sociological group “Rating” Ukrainians expect from the next President to end the war in the Donbass, and strengthen the fight against corruption.

38% of Ukrainians expect from the new President of revival of the industry, nearly a quarter of improving the quality of medicine and social standards, 16% – reduce the influence of oligarchs on politics, 11% – of the revival of the agricultural sector, 7% – incentives for business development.

The group claimed that a higher level of trust among citizens are new faces. Svyatoslav Vakarchuk is trusted by 33% of respondents do not trust – 47%, Vladimir Zelensky trust it 32% do not trust – 50%.

Current policy in the presidential rating among those that intend to vote and undecided, the leader is the head of “Batkivshchyna” Yulia Tymoshenko (14%), followed by former defense Minister of Ukraine Anatoliy Hrytsenko (11%). The current head of state Petro Poroshenko can get 9% as the leader of the faction “Opposition bloc” in the Parliament Yuriy Boyko and singer Svyatoslav Vakarchuk. Showman Vladimir Zelensky and radical Oleg Lyashko got 8%, the people’s Deputy Vadim Rabinovich – 6%.


“It should be noted that the proponents of the “new” candidates, under the condition of not participating your favorite, more inclined to vote for new faces than for individuals who have long been present in Ukrainian politics – at least a third of supporters Vakarchuk can vote for Zelensky,” – say the sociologists.

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The rating is headed by the party “Batkivshchyna”. This political force among those who intend to vote and undecided support 16%. Citizenship Gritsenko, the Opposition bloc gaining by 10%, the party “servant of the people” Zelensky – 9%, the party “For life”, the Radical party, BPP Solidarity to 8%, “Samopomich” – 5%. Next to overcome the entry barriers of the Freedom party (4%), agrarian party (3%), DILL (2%).

“Despite shifts in values in society, against the background of crisis phenomena in the economy and politics, gradually growing request for the need to restore order, even if it will have to agree to the restriction of democratic principles and freedoms. This development supports 70% of respondents (last year was 63%). For the increase of freedom, democracy in the absence of the order of only 15% (2017 – 22%). The request for the order is the highest among the oldest, the poorest citizens with low levels of education. At the same time, even among the youngest, the richest respondents with high educational level the proportion of those who favor a fine – not less than 60%”, – noted in the study.

Gradually changing attitude towards corruption as a phenomenon in General. Gradually increase the number of those who believe that corruption is a disease that prevents development of Ukrainian society (55%) and reduced the proportion of those who are convinced that it is a mechanism without which it can not exist in our society (39%). At the same time, most supporters of the latter thesis is observed among the youngest (under 40), educated and affluent respondents. Among those who personally paid a bribe in the past year, so consider almost half of respondents (47%). Also the third among them to justify bribery for personal gain.

Audience: population of Ukraine aged 18 years and older. The sample is representative by age, sex, region and type of settlement. The sample of 6000 respondents. Personal formalized interview (face-to-face). Error of a representativeness of research: not more than 1.5%. Date: 10-22 APR 2018

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