In the case of early elections to the Verkhovna Rada, the Parliament passed eight parties. This is according to the poll conducted by the Kiev international Institute of sociology (KIIS).
According to the results, if parliamentary elections were held in mid-December 2017, then all Ukrainian respondents aged 18 years and 6.5% would vote for the party Batkivshchyna, 5% – for the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko, 4,1% – for the Opposition bloc, 3.9% – for the party For life, 3.8% – for Radical party, Oleg Lyashko, of 3.3% for Civil position, and 2.8% for Samopomich, 2% – for Svoboda.
According to the survey, 3.6% of the respondents have crossed all party / spoil the ballot, 17.1 percent chose not to vote, 38.7 per cent have not decided for whom to vote, 2.8% refused to answer the questions.
If those who are undecided whom to vote for, as usual, would not have come on elections, participation in the vote would have taken about 38 percent of all voters, and given their votes would be distributed as follows (the five-percent barrier overcome and it would be eight parties):
17,2% – Batkivshchyna;
To 13,4% BPP;
10.7% of the Opposition bloc;
10.2 per cent For life;
10,2% – Radical party;
8,8% – Civil position;
7,4% – Samopomich;
5.4% of – Freedom.
The survey was conducted from 2 to 14 December 2017 by personal interview among the 2039 respondents living in 110 settlements in all regions of Ukraine (except AR Crimea and temporarily occupied areas of Donbass), in four stochastic sample, representative of the population of Ukraine aged 18 years.
In the KIIS noted that the study made “on order”, but who exactly, did not specify.
Statistical sampling error (with probability 0.95 and at design-effect 1.5) doesn’t exceed: 3,3% for indicators close to 50%, 2,8% – for indicators close to 25%, 2% – for indicators close to 10%, 1,4% – for indicators close to 5%.
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According to the results of a survey conducted by the Razumkov Centre in October 2017, the PPB would have received 13.6 percent of those who intend to take part in the parliamentary elections, Batkivshchyna – 10%, Civil position – 8,9%, the Opposition bloc – 8.6 per cent. For the party For life are ready to vote for 6.8% of the respondents, for the Radical party is 6.5%, Samopomich – 5,9%.
According to research by the sociological group Rating conducted in may of this year, in the parliamentary elections of 13.9% of respondents were ready to vote for Batkivschinu. The Opposition block their voices were ready to give 10.4% of respondents, BPP Solidarity 10.2%, And the Radical party – 9,5%, the party For freedom is 9.2%. The party Civic position and were willing to choose to 7.7%, Samopomich – 7,1%, IN the Freedom of 6.6 percent.