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Electoral and social moods of the population

Date posted: 04.02.2016 Print Full version

According to a survey conducted by the Sociological Group "Rating", among current politicians the most trusted are A.Sadovyi and M.Saakashvili, in particular, they are trusted by every third respondent. One of four trusts A.Hrytsenko and P.Poroshenko, every fifth – Y. Tymoshenko, R. Akhmetov, and O Lyashko.

21% are satisfied with President's activities, Head of Parliament’s – 14%, Prime Minister’s – 8%. Resignation of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk is supported by nearly 70%.

11% of respondents would like to see M.Saakashvili as Prime Minister of Ukraine in 2016, 7% – Y.Tymoshenko, 6% – Y.Boyko, 5% – A.Yatsenyuk, 4% – A.Hrytsenko, 3% – S.Tihipko and O. Lyashko, 2% – O.Tiahnybok and N.Yaresko.

If parliamentary elections were held in January, the parliament would get the following parties: Petro Poroshenko Bloc "Solidarnist" (16.3%), Opposition bloc (13.8%), Samopomich (13.5%), Batkivshchyna (12.9%), Svoboda (8.3%), Radical Party (6.5%), and UKROP (5.2%).
If Saakashvili Block participated in the elections, the ratings of parties would be: Petro Poroshenko Bloc "Solidarnist" – 14.3%, Opposition bloc – 13.5%, Samopomich – 11.7%, Block Saakashvili – 11.6%, Batkivshchyna – 11.6%, Svoboda – 6.9%, Radical Party – 5.5%, and UKROP – 4.7%.

Over the last year almost one of five has had to pay a bribe or give a gift to solve personal issues. Over the last three years this indicator has decreased from 27 to 18%. However, 43% believe that the level of corruption in their region has increased over the last year (three years ago the index was almost 50%).

59% would support Ukraine's integration in the European Union through referendum, 22% – would vote against, other – either not decided or would not take part in the referendum.

16% would support Ukraine's integration in the Customs Union, 62% – would vote against, other – either not decided or would not take part in the referendum.

47% would support Ukraine joining NATO, 31% – would vote against, other – either not decided or would not take part in the referendum.

Audience: Ukrainian population aged 18 and older. The sample is representative by age, gender, region and type of settlement. Sample: 2000 respondents. Personal formalized interview (face-to-face). Inaccuracy – no more than 2.3%. Research period: 14-22 January, 2016.

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