Polls in Ukraine: four political parties to enter the Parliament, Prime Minister & his cabinet to drastically lose public support

According to a survey conducted on February 3rd-8th, 2020, if Ukrainian parliamentary elections were to be held this Sunday the parliament would consist of the following political parties: “Sluga Narodu” Party backed by the incumbent President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskiy (38.1%), “Opposition Platform – Za Zhittya” led by Yuriy Boyko, Vadim Rabinovich, and Viktor Medvedchuk (16.8%), the Batkivschyna” Party of Yulia Tymoshenko, Sergiy Taruta and Valentin Nalivaychenko (10.8%), and the “European Solidarity” Party of Petro Poroshenko (7.6%).

The other parties so far do not have enough public support to enter the next parliament: the union of right-wing parties including “Svoboda”, “The National Corps” and “The Right Sector” led by Oleg Tyagnybok, Andriy Biletskiy and Dmytro Yarosh – 4.1%, Golos” Party led by Svyatoslav Vakarchuk – 3.9%, The Shariy Party – 3.6%, “Syla I Chest” Party of Ihor Smeshko – 3.0%, the "Radical Party" of Oleg Lyashko – 2.3%, the "Agrarian Party" of Ukraine led by Mykhaylo Poplavskiy – 1.8%, and the “Opposition Bloc” of Eugeniy Muraev and Oleksandr Vilkul – 1.7%.

The results of the survey are shown in the tables below.

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The question “Please estimate the degree of your trust in the following state institutions and state officials” showed the following distribution of answers:

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“Opposition Platform – Za Zhittya” and “Batkivschyna” were mentioned as the main Ukrainian parties in opposition to current government. The two considerably outpaced other rivals among political parties:

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The international research center BURI (The Belgium-Ukraine Research Institute) conducted the survey in Ukraine on February 3-8, 2020. Total quantity of respondents equaled 2004 individuals (representative sample). The survey method – combined interviews. Error margin is 2.2%.

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