The rating of President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky since September fell more than twice and reached a minimum, RIA Novosti reports with reference to Ukrainian media.
According to a survey conducted by the Razumkov Center, 25.3 percent of Ukrainians surveyed today would vote for Zelensky in the presidential election, and last September 56.1 percent of citizens would vote for him.
Former president Petro Poroshenko today in the election would have supported 11.1 percent of respondents, in September only 6.1 percent of Ukrainians cast their votes for him. Yuriy Boyko, co-chair of the Opposition Platform – For Life Party, is now supported by 14.6 percent of respondents – this is twice as much as in September. For the leader of the “Fatherland” Yulia Tymoshenko, 5.6 percent of citizens are now ready to vote, this is 1.3 percent more than in the fall.
It is noted that approximately 14 percent of respondents have not yet decided on the choice. The survey also updated the rating of political parties in Ukraine.
“Servant of the people” at the moment would be supported by 20.5 percent of the polled in the elections, which is 2.5 times less than the September rating of the Zelensky party. The ratings of the parties “Opposition Platform – For Life”, “European Solidarity” Poroshenko and “Fatherland” have grown. Now 14, ten and 5.7 percent of respondents would vote for them, respectively.