Home » Opinion polls » Ratings of political parties in Ukraine

Opinion polls results: party ratings

Parliamentary elections

TNS, 22 July 2013

Poll region: Ukraine
Time frame: 30.11.-0001 - 30.11.-0001
Number of respondents: 1200
Sampling error: 3.0%
Polling method: Personal interview face-to-face
1
Party of Regions
 
17.1%
2
UDAR
 
15.5%
3
Fatherland
 
12%
4
CPU
CPU
 
4.9%
5
Freedom
 
4.9%
6
PZU
PZU
 
0.9%
7
People's Party
 
0.7%
8
SPU
SPU
 
0.3%
9
Our Ukraine
 
0.3%
10
PSPU
 
0.2%
Another party
 
0.3%
Will not vote
 
14.8%
Undecided
 
23.9%

Representation of parties in parliament based on poll results

Opinion poll publication date: 22 July 2013
Kantar TNS Ukraine
Full survey results

GfK Ukraine, 20 May 2013

Poll region: Ukraine
Time frame: 03.04.2013 - 23.04.2013
Number of respondents: 1000
Sampling error: 3.1%
Polling method: Personal interview face-to-face
1
UDAR
 
17%
2
Party of Regions
 
16%
3
Fatherland
 
11%
4
Freedom
 
8%
5
CPU
CPU
 
4%
Another party
 
1%
Will not vote
 
18%
Undecided
 
24%

Representation of parties in parliament based on poll results

Opinion poll publication date: 20 May 2013
GfK Ukraine
Full survey results

GfK Ukraine, 19 May 2013

Poll region: Ukraine
Time frame: 01.03.2013 - 31.03.2013
Number of respondents: 1000
Sampling error: 3.1%
Polling method: Personal interview face-to-face
1
Party of Regions
 
16%
2
UDAR
 
14%
3
Fatherland
 
13%
4
Freedom
 
6%
5
CPU
CPU
 
3%
Another party
 
1%
Will not vote
 
23%
Undecided
 
24%

Representation of parties in parliament based on poll results

Opinion poll publication date: 19 May 2013
GfK Ukraine
Full survey results

Razumkov Centre, 29 April 2013

Poll region: Ukraine
Time frame: 12.04.2013 - 16.05.2013
Number of respondents: 2010
Sampling error: 2.3%
Polling method: Personal interview face-to-face
1
Party of Regions
 
22.1%
2
Fatherland
 
18.4%
3
UDAR
 
15.5%
4
Freedom
 
9.3%
5
CPU
CPU
 
6.9%
6
Radical Party
 
0.6%
7
Ukraine – Forward!
 
0.5%
8
Our Ukraine
 
0.5%
Another party
 
2.2%
Will not vote
 
14.4%
Undecided
 
9.6%

Representation of parties in parliament based on poll results

Opinion poll publication date: 29 April 2013
Ukrainian Centre for Economic and Political Studies named after Olexander Razumkov
Full survey results

Razumkov Centre, 18 March 2013

Poll region: Ukraine
Time frame: 01.03.2013 - 06.03.2013
Number of respondents: 2010
Sampling error: 2.3%
Polling method: Personal interview face-to-face
1
Party of Regions
 
21.3%
2
Fatherland
 
14.3%
3
UDAR
 
12.7%
4
Freedom
 
10.2%
5
CPU
CPU
 
5.3%
6
Ukraine – Forward!
 
0.6%
7
Radical Party
 
0.6%
8
Our Ukraine
 
0.4%
Another party
 
3.8%
Will not vote
 
16.3%
Undecided
 
14.4%

Representation of parties in parliament based on poll results

Opinion poll publication date: 18 March 2013
Ukrainian Centre for Economic and Political Studies named after Olexander Razumkov
Full survey results
<  1  2  ...  97  98  99  100  101  102  103  ...  110  111  >
Parties ratings
Politicians ratings Ratings in regions Approval ratings Anti-ratings of politicians
* If you have information about missing surveys among our data, we would be grateful for providing it via the link
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
15 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