The leader of the presidential rating remains Vladimir Zelensky, who is supported by 24.9% of those who are determined and intend to vote.
These are the data of a survey conducted by the Sociological Group “Rating” on March 9-15.
The second position in the ranking is Yulia Tymoshenko (18.8%), the third – Petro Poroshenko (17.4%).
For Yuriy Boyko, 10.2% are ready to cast their votes, for Anatoly Hrytsenko – 9.4%, for Oleg Lyashko – 5.8%.
3.5% of respondents would vote for Aleksandr Vilkul, 3.1% – for Igor Smeshko, and 2.2% for Ruslan Koshulinsky.
Over the last week, the electoral positions of the leaders have practically not changed.
Every sixth of the voters has not yet decided on the choice of the candidate. Most of these are among the poorest voters, villagers, more among women, sociologists note.
Zelensky is also the leader of electoral sympathies in the cities, and Tymoshenko – in the villages.
In addition, Zelensky is more sympathized by the young people and middle-aged people, and Tymoshenko is among senior voters.
Zelensky, Poroshenko, and Hrytsenko are relatively more supported by men, Tymoshenko is women.
Meanwhile, the anti-rating of candidates is still headed by Poroshenko. Nearly half of the voters would not have voted for him in any circumstances.
About 30% would not have given their votes for Tymoshenko, 19% for Boyko, 17% for Lyashko, 13% for Zelensky, 12% for Vilkul.
Sociologists interviewed 2500 respondents aged 18 years and older using the method of the personal formalized interview (face-to-face).
The sample is representative by age, sex, region, and type of settlement. Representativeness error – no more than 2%.