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Razumkov Centre, 14 July 2020

Opinion poll region: Kyiv
Time frame of poll: 20.06.2020 - 02.07.2020
Number of respondents: 2025
Sampling error: 2.3%
Polling method: Personal interview face-to-face
Survey was conducted: Ukrainian Centre for Economic and Political Studies named after Olexander Razumkov
Survey publication date: 14 July 2020

Politicians rating: Mayoral elections in Kyiv

Question: If Mayoral elections in Kyiv were held next Sunday, which candidate would you vote for?
1
Vitaly Klichko
 
36.4%
2
Andrei Palchevskiy
 
9.3%
3
Victor Lyashko
 
8%
4
Igor Smeshko
 
4.3%
5
Sergey Pritula
 
4%
6
Alexei Goncharenko
 
3.7%
7
Alexander Omelchenko
 
3.5%
8
Alexander Popov
 
3.1%
9
Evgeniy Chervonenko
 
2.6%
10
Andrei Ilenko
 
2.2%
11
Vitaly Nestor
 
2.1%
12
Alexander Dubinskiy
 
2%
13
Borislav Bereza
 
1.8%
14
Nikolai Tomenko
 
1.7%
15
Yuri Levchenko
 
0.6%
Another candidate
 
2.4%
Will not vote
 
4.3%
Undecided
 
7.9%

Parties rating: City Council elections in Kyiv

Question: If City Council elections in Kyiv were held next Sunday, which political party would you vote for?
1
Servant of the People
 
18.2%
2
European Solidarity
 
14%
3
UDAR
 
11.2%
4
OPFL
 
8.1%
5
Fatherland
 
6.1%
6
Victory of Palchevsky
 
6.1%
7
Strength and Honor
 
4.5%
8
Party of Shariy
 
2.6%
9
Ukrainian Strategy
 
2%
10
Freedom
 
1.8%
11
Civil Position
 
1.7%
12
Voice
 
1.7%
13
Radical Party
 
1.5%
14
Movement of New Forces
 
1.5%
15
Unity of Omelchenko
 
1.3%
16
Opposition Bloc
 
1%
Another party
 
3.4%
Will not vote
 
5%
Undecided
 
8.3%

Representation of parties on the council based on the poll results

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