In the case of elections to the Verkhovna Rada in late September, the Parliament would pass seven parties. This is evidenced by the results of a survey conducted by the Kiev international Institute of sociology in September.

According to the survey, the biggest support was received IN the Fatherland, BPP and the Opposition bloc.

If elections to the Parliament took place at the end of September, with all citizens aged 18 years 5.8%), and cross out all the parties or spoil the ballot and 22.3% decided not to vote, 31,1% – have not decided for whom to vote.

If those who have not decided who to vote for, as usual, came to the elections, the voting participation from about 41% of all voters, according to a press release. In this case, votes would be distributed as follows (in KIIS noted that these figures are the closest to possible results):

Party For life is a party MP from the opposition bloc Vadim Rabinovich and former member of this faction Evgeniy murayev.

KIIS conducted its own nationwide survey from 16 to 26 September 2016.

The method of personal interview interrogated 2040 respondents living in 110 settlements all over Ukraine (except Crimea) and 4-stage stochastic sample with quota selection at the last stage, which is representative of the population of Ukraine over 18 years.

In Lugansk and Donetsk regions survey was conducted only on the territory controlled by the Ukrainian authorities.

KIIS survey: in the Parliament held seven parties 04.10.2016

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