Local elections 26 October 2025 (date not confirmed)

Next year, I believe that there will be no elections in Ukraine at all. Neither parliamentary, nor local, nor presidential - the head of the Servant of the People faction in the Verkhovna Rada, David Arakhamia
Active Group survey: 67.4% of Ukrainians surveyed consider it inappropriate to hold elections during martial law, only 23.3% support such a decision. 57.5% support the re-election of the Verkhovna Rada in the near future, 43.8% - local authorities, 17.8% - the president
Poll of the Ukrainian Institute for the Future: The majority of Ukrainians believe that only after the victory of Ukraine it is necessary to hold presidential elections (76% of respondents), elections to the Verkhovna Rada (61%) and local elections (56%). Nevertheless, some respondents believe that in 2024 it is necessary to hold presidential elections (15%), elections to the Rada (28%) and local elections (33%)
OPORA poll: 68.4% of Ukrainian citizens believe that it is necessary to postpone elections in the territories of ORDLO and Crimea after their de-occupation. 32.6% of respondents believe that they should be postponed for a period of 1 to 5 years, 24.5% - for 1 year, while 21.7% believe that elections should not be postponed at all
Oleksiy Koshel, head of the Committee of Voters of Ukraine: Despite the fact that martial law will be lifted, we already need to adapt the electoral legislation to the new realities. CEC and CVU are already developing their vision of changes to the Electoral Code
Active Group Poll: More than 81% of Ukrainians believe that after the victory in the war, power in Ukraine should be renewed. 76.5% believe that it is necessary to re-elect local councils. For the re-election of parliament - 70.1%, for the re-election of mayors - 67.9%, for the appointment of a new Cabinet - 61.1%
Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk: "The most constitutional and fair way to cleanse the Ukrainian society of pro-Russian political forces could be re-elections to the parliament and local executive authorities. I am a supporter of just such an approach"
Once martial law ends, it will be very difficult to hold elections immediately. There needs to be a little transitional period. And it can be different for different territories - First Vice Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Alexander Kornienko
KIIS poll: 53% of Ukrainians surveyed believe that Vladimir Zelensky should run for a second term in the event of presidential elections in Ukraine, 43% are against this. In December 2023, this ratio was 59% to 34%
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KIIS poll: 69% of Ukrainians surveyed believe that Vladimir Zelensky should remain as president until the end of martial law; 15% - for elections during the war; 10% believe that Zelensky should resign and transfer powers to the head of the Verkhovna Rada
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