Home » Opinion polls » Rating, 8 August 2018

Rating, 8 August 2018

Opinion poll region: Ukraine
Time frame of poll: 20.07.2018 - 03.08.2018
Number of respondents: 2000
Sampling error: 2.2%
Polling method: Personal interview face-to-face
Survey was conducted: Sociological Group "Rating"
Survey publication date: 8 August 2018

Politicians rating: Presidential elections in Ukraine

Question: If Presidential elections in Ukraine were held in the near future, who would you vote for?
1
Yulia Timoshenko
 
11.1%
2
Anatoly Gricenko
 
6.7%
3
Yuri Boyko
 
6.4%
4
Vladimir Zelenskiy
 
6.2%
5
Oleg Lyashko
 
5.9%
6
Svyatoslav Vakarchuk
 
5.7%
7
Pyotr Poroshenko
 
5.3%
8
Vadim Rabinovich
 
3.7%
9
Andrei Sadovyy
 
1.6%
10
Oleg Tyagnibok
 
1.3%
Another candidate
 
13.7%
Will not vote
 
15.2%
Undecided
 
17.4%

Parties rating: Ukrainian parliamentary elections

Question: If Ukrainian parliamentary elections were held next Sunday, how would you vote?
1
Fatherland
 
12.9%
2
Opposition Bloc
 
7.6%
3
Civil Position
 
7.5%
4
Servant of the People
 
7.3%
5
OPFL
 
4.9%
6
Radical Party
 
4.9%
7
European Solidarity
 
4.1%
8
Self Reliance
 
2.8%
9
Freedom
 
2.7%
10
Agrarian Party
 
1.7%
Another party
 
12.4%
Will not vote
 
17.3%
Undecided
 
14.5%

Representation of parties on the council based on the poll results

Source
Advisor to the head of the presidential office Mikhail Podolyak in an interview with BBC: During martial law, elections in Ukraine cannot be held, so technically it turns out that the war will end under the presidency of Volodymyr Zelensky
7 hours back
Gauleiter of the occupied part of the Zaporozhye region Yevgeny Balitsky signed an order to hold a "referendum" on the "reunification of the region with Russia." The document was signed within the framework of the forum "We are together with Russia", which is taking place in the occupied Melitopol - RIA Novosti
1 day back
Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the President's Office: Every step Russia takes towards pseudo-referendums in the occupied territories should cause an increase in the supply of weapons from the West. The Kremlin is checking whether the West can "swallow" the occupation of Ukrainian territories
1 day back
Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that Russia is not going to hold "referendums" in the occupied territories of Zaporozhye and Kherson region, but the local population. At the same time, from the point of view of the Kremlin, there are no prerequisites for negotiations with Ukraine.
1 day back