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Ukrainians ready to change the balance of power in the Rada

Wednesday, March, 26, 2014, 18:45

According to data from a survey conducted by SOCIS, KIIS, Rating, and Rozumkov Centre, 65.8% of Ukrainians favor the holding of early parliamentary elections.

65.8% of respondents are for early parliamentary elections, 17.5 % – against it, 16.7 % – are undecided.

81.7% Ukrainians are willing to participate in such elections.

According to political affiliation among the parties, the electoral orientation Ukrainian is divided as follows:

  • Batkivschyna, headed by Tymoshenko receives 15% support;
  • Solidarnist led by Poroshenko – 14.8%;
  • UDAR led by Klytschko – 11.3%;
  • Party of Regions – 10.5%;
  • Communist Party – 4.9%;
  • Radical Party of Liashko – 3.9%;
  • Svoboda – 3.5%.

The survey was held on March 14-19, 2014 among adults. A representative quota sample of 6200 respondents (1550 respondents in each sociological center) in all regions of Ukraine (excluding the population of Crimea).

Method: Personal interviews formalized according to the questionnaire (face to face) at the residence of the respondent. The statistical margin of error – no more than 0.8%

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