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Sociolab, 21 June 2012

Opinion poll region: Luhansk oblast
Time frame of poll: 01.06.2012 - 04.06.2012
Number of respondents: 1200
Sampling error: 2.5%
Polling method: Personal interview face-to-face
Survey was conducted: Agency of independent analytics of social and political processes "SOCIOLAB"
Survey publication date: 21 June 2012

Parties rating: Ukrainian parliamentary elections (Luhansk oblast)

Question: If Ukrainian parliamentary elections (Luhansk oblast) were held next Sunday, which party would you vote for?
1
Party of Regions
 
28.2%
2
CPU
CPU
 
21%
3
Fatherland
 
5.6%
4
Ukraine – Forward!
 
3.2%
5
UDAR
 
2.2%
6
PZU
PZU
 
2.1%
7
Radical Party
 
1.8%
8
SPU
SPU
 
1.6%
9
Our Ukraine
 
1.6%
10
Freedom
 
0.6%
11
Democratic Alliance
 
0.5%
12
UPP
UPP
 
0.4%
13
People's Party
 
0.4%
14
European Party
 
0.3%
15
Civil Position
 
0.2%
Another party
 
2.5%
Will not vote
 
13.1%
Undecided
 
15.3%

Representation of parties on the council based on the poll results

Politicians rating: Presidential elections in Ukraine (Luhansk oblast)

Question: If Presidential elections in Ukraine (Luhansk oblast) were held next Sunday, who would you vote for?
1
Victor Yanukovich
 
26.5%
2
Pyotr Simonenko
 
18.4%
3
Sergey Tigipko
 
6.6%
4
Yulia Timoshenko
 
4.9%
5
Vitaly Klichko
 
3.4%
6
Vladimir Litvin
 
1.6%
7
Arseniy Yacenyuk
 
1.5%
8
Victor Yuschenko
 
0.6%
9
Oleg Tyagnibok
 
0.5%
10
Anatoly Gricenko
 
0.1%
Another candidate
 
5.7%
Will not vote
 
13.4%
Undecided
 
17%
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