Under any circumstances, 49.3% of those who go to the polls are not going to vote for the acting President.
If the presidential elections in Ukraine were held in the first half of March, the showman Volodymyr Zelensky would have won them. This is evidenced by the results of joint sociological research conducted by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology (KIIS), the Razumkov Center and the Rating Sociological Group.
84% of respondents reported about their readiness to take part in the voting on March 31.
Of those who go to the polls and make their choice, 27.7% would vote for Zelensky. His closest competitors, the leader of the Batkivshchyna party, Yulia Tymoshenko, and the incumbent head of state, Petro Poroshenko, will respectively receive 16.6% and 16.4% of the votes.
The modeling of the second round of the presidential election shows that Zelensky is winning both in a pair with Poroshenko (39% versus 18%) and with Tymoshenko (34% versus 21%). If Tymoshenko and Poroshenko come to the second round, Ukrainians will elect the leader of “Batkivshchyna”.
The survey showed that the anti-rating of presidential candidates is headed by Poroshenko. Under no circumstances will 49.3% of those who go to the polls vote for him. In second place is anti-rating – Tymoshenko (28.5%).
Social research was conducted from March 5th to March 14th all over Ukraine, except for the occupied territories. 15 thousand Ukrainians aged 18 and older were surveyed. The sampling error does not exceed 0.8%.