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Presidential elections in Ukraine 31 March 2024

More than 80% of Ukrainians help to defend Ukraine: in particular, 39% of respondents now help as volunteers, 37% help financially, 18% participate in information resistance, 12% continue to work in critical infrastructure, 10% of Ukrainians are in the defense
Ukraine at war: 92% of Ukrainians are confident that Ukraine will be able to repel a Russian attack. Belief in victory prevails in all regions of the country. 97% of Ukrainians do not plan to leave the country in the near future - poll by the Sociological Group "Rating" on March 8-9
Poll Rating: 98% support the activities of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, 93% support the activities of President Zelensky, 84% support the actions of the mayors. Support for Ukraine's accession to the EU and NATO is the highest ever: 86% support accession to the EU, 76% - to NATO
Ukraine during the war: 91% of Ukrainians support the actions of President Volodymyr Zelensky. Do not support - 6%, difficult to answer - 3% - poll of the Sociological Group Rating from 26 to 27 February
February 24 at 4:30 Russian troops invaded the territory of Ukraine. Martial law has been introduced in the country. The CEC stopped all electoral processes. All elections will definitely be held after the victory of the Ukrainian army, including in the Ukrainian Crimea and Donbass
Former Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Dmitry Razumkov confirmed his participation in the presidential and parliamentary elections: “I took part in all the elections. I think I will also take part in the next elections. parliamentary "
I have not yet decided whether to go for a second term. This will involve supporting my personality. However, if there is pressure for me to leave early, there will be a completely opposite effect. Then I won't leave. And I will fight to the last - Vladimir Zelensky
Volodymyr Zelenskyy has not yet decided whether he will run for the next presidential election: "My daughter raises this topic, she does not want me to run for a second term. No matter how much I love my daughter, it only depends on the level of our we will have time to do"
Dmitry Razumkov hinted that he would run for the presidential elections: "The presidential elections have not yet begun. But before did everyone say that? That no one became president from the post of chairman of the Verkhovna Rada. We removed this fuse today. We will see next."
The mayor of Kiev Vitali Klitschko is not planning to participate in the future presidential elections in Ukraine. However, the mayor of the capital wants to nominate his party UDAR in the next parliamentary elections. Klitschko said this in an interview for RBC-Ukraine
"DPR" leader Denis Pushilin: The results of the "referendum" on joining the Donetsk and Luhansk regions to the Russian Federation are quite obvious and understandable. But it will be advisable to approach it on a practical plane when we reach the borders of the Donetsk and Lugansk "people's republics"
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Only 10% of Ukrainians are ready to support Ukraine's decision to give up some of its territories to achieve peace, 82% are categorically against any territorial concessions - KIIS telephone survey
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KIIS poll: 42% of Ukrainians support security guarantees for Ukraine from countries such as the US, UK, France, Germany as an alternative to joining NATO. 39% of Ukrainians are exclusively in favor of joining NATO
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Meduza: According to sources close to the Russian presidential administration, Putin has not abandoned the idea of holding "referendums" on the inclusion of the occupied Donbass and the Kherson region into the Russian Federation. When exactly depends on the situation at the front. The most realistic date is September 11
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