Opinion poll: “European Solidarity” came out on top in the rating of parties, overtaking the “Servant of the people”

“European Solidarity” came out on top in the ranking of political parties.

This is evidenced by a sociological survey conducted on November 26-29 by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology (KIIS).

So, according to sociologists, if the elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine were held next Sunday, the European Solidarity party would receive the most votes, for which 17.1% of those who made their choice would vote (14.8 % among all respondents).

For “Servant of the People” their votes were ready to give 13% and 15%, respectively. “Batkivshchyna” would receive 13.3% of the votes who decided on their choice (11.5% among all).

This is followed by the “Reasonable Politics” of the ex-speaker of parliament Dmitry Razumkov (8.6% and 9.9%), HLE (8% and 9.2%), “Power and Honor” (5.8% and 6.7% ), Ukrainian Strategia Groisman (5% and 5.7%), Oleg Lyashko’s RPL (4.7% and 5.4%), Nashi (4.6% and 5.3%), Vitali Klitschko’s IMPACT (3.9% and 4.5%). Other parties have lower support.

The survey was conducted by telephone interviews using a computer based on a random sample of mobile phone numbers.

1203 respondents living in all regions of Ukraine (except for the Autonomous Republic of Crimea) were interviewed. In Luhansk and Donetsk regions, the survey was conducted only in the territory controlled by the Ukrainian authorities.

(C)DUMSKAYA. NET 2021

2 comments

  1. Maybe a coalition govt led by Poro would be a decent result next time round?
    Meanwhile it’s up to the existing govt to get Ukraine through this latest period of peril.
    Although there is likely to be plenty more times of tension between now and 2024.
    Unless a miracle happens: ie Russia denounces fascism, punishes its criminal rulers, pays full reparations and becomes a peaceful democracy.
    Sheer fantasy of course. But you never know ….

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