An elderly man casts his ballot on October 28, 2012 in a retirement home in the village of Rusaki, some 110 kms from Kyiv, during national parliamentary elections.
Seventeen percent of voters would have voted against everybody at the parliamentary elections on October 28, if such option had been in the election ballots, according to the results of a public opinion poll of Ukrainian citizens conducted by Research & Branding Group Company.
"17% is a large figure," founder of Research & Branding Group Yevhen Kopatko said at a press conference hosted by Interfax-Ukraine on Wednesday.
According to him, 76% of the respondents would not vote against everybody, and 7% found it difficult to answer.
The poll was conducted from November 6-16 in 24 regions of Ukraine, Crimea, Kyiv and Sevastopol, with 2,076 people being polled. The poll's margin of error is +/- 2.2%.