Tymoshenko leads presidential rating / photo UNIAN
The leader of “Batkivshchyna” Yulia Tymoshenko leads presidential rating, for her ready to vote, 17.7% of those who take part in the vote and have already decided on the choice.
This is evidenced by the results of the research conducted by the Sociological group “Rating”.
The survey showed that almost half of the respondents definitely intend to vote in the presidential elections, yet every fifth more likely than not.
The leader of “Civic position” Anatoly Gritsenko can vote only 10.7% of respondents, the leader of the “Opposition bloc” Yuriy Boyko – 8,9%, for the leader of “Radical party” Oleg Lyashko is 8.5% for the incumbent President, Petro Poroshenko – 8.3%, and for the party leader “the servant of the people” Vladimir Zelensky to 8.0%, for the musician Svyatoslav Vakarchuk to 8.0%, for the leader of the party “For life” Vadim Rabinovich – 5,9%. The rating of the other candidates less than 3%.
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Almost one in five respondents are undecided with the choice.
The survey also showed that Tymoshenko has a strong electoral position in almost all regions, with relatively high levels in the West, Centre and South. The main electoral base Gritsenko today is also more concentrated in the Western and Central regions but in other regions of the country, his position is weaker. Poroshenko supports more or less evenly in all regions except the East. Lyashko in the South and in the Center, Vakarchuk to the West. Voters Boyko, Rabinovich and Zelensky relatively more in the East and South, with the difference that Boyko and Rabinovich relatively more support in the East, and Zelensky in the South.
The survey was conducted among the population of Ukraine aged over 18 years. The sample is representative by age, sex, region and type of settlement. Sample: 2000 respondents. Personal formalized interview (face-to-face). The error of representativeness is less than 2.2%.
Dates: July 20 – August 3, 2018.