• Results of the survey carried out by the Sociological Group Rating revealed that 73% of Ukrainians believe the country is heading in the wrong direction, 17% - in the right. 10% have not decided.
• One-third of the polled Ukrainians (30%) expect 2021 to be better as compared to the previous year. The same number believes that 2021 will be worse than 2020 (31%). 34% of respondents do not expect changes in the coming year. Since the beginning of January, expectations have become more pessimistic (in the first days of January, the number of those who expected the year to be better was 52%). Young people, voters of "Sluha Narodu" and "Holos" parties are relatively more positive in their assessments of the situation and reveal better expectations.
• Presidential rating is headed by V.Zelenskyy. If the elections were held in the nearest future, 21.2% of those who intend to vote and have decided on the choice would have supported him. 17.1% would have voted for Y.Boyko, 16.4% - for P.Poroshenko, 12.3% - Y.Tymoshenko, 7.5% - I.Smeshko, 4.3% - V.Hroysman, 4.0% - O.Lyashko, 3.2% - D.Razumkov, 3.1% - S.Prytula, 2.1% - O.Tyahnybok, 1.1% - V.Klytschko.
• Modeling of the second round of the presidential elections provided the following results: V.Zelenskyy holds the leadership within a pair with all the main opponents: with P.Poroshenko - 56% against 44%, with Y.Boyko - 60% against 40%, Y.Tymoshenko - 55% against 45%. Within a possible pair of Y.Boyko and P.Poroshenko - parity: 51% to 49%.
• The leaders of the parliamentary rating are “Opposition Platform – Za Zhyttia” (18.9%) and “Sluha Narodu”(18.6%) parties. 15.2% are ready to vote for “European Solidarity”, 12.2% - for “Batkivshchyna” party. 4.8% would vote for “Ukrainian Strategy” of Hroysman, 4.7% - for “Radical Party”, 4.5% - “Syla i Chest”, 4.4% - “Za Maybutnye”, 3.5% - “Holos”, 3.4% - “Shariy Party”, 3.1% - Svoboda”, 2.4% - “UDAR” of Vitaliy Klytschko, 1.4% - “Nash Krai”.
• 63% support the idea of dissolving the Parliament and calling early re-elections, while 30% do not. 62% of respondents support the resignation of the Government and the appointment of a new Cabinet, 29% do not. 50% support the idea of the President's resignation and calling early presidential elections, 46% do not. Over the last two months, support for early parliamentary elections has grown from 58% to 63%, presidential elections - from 39% to 50%, and the elections of a new Cabinet of Ministers - from 60% to 62%.
• Adoption of the Law of Ukraine “On the All-Ukrainian Referendum” is supported by 58% of respondents, not supported by 28%, 14% have not decided.
• The initiative to grant Ukrainians the legislative right of private weapons possession is supported by 23%, not supported by 75%.
• 89% support protests demanding tariff reductions. 10% - stand against. At the same time, 36% of respondents believe that the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine holds the greatest responsibility for raising tariffs. 29% place the responsibility on the Verkhovna Rada, 24% - on the President.
Audience: residents of Ukraine aged 18 and older in all oblasts, except for the temporarily occupied territories of Crimea and Donbas. The sample is representative in terms of age, gender, and settlement type. Total sample: 2000 respondents. Survey method: CATI (computer-assisted telephone interviews). Based on a random sample of mobile phone numbers. The margin of error with a 0.95 confidence level does not exceed 2.2%. Period of the survey: 2-3 February, 2021