Only 9% of Ukrainians believe that the parliamentary elections in Ukraine on Oct. 28 will be held fairly, according to a national survey conducted by the Democratic Initiatives Foundation and Kyiv International Institute of Sociology from Sept. 18 to Oct. 4, 2012.
The results of the survey were presented at a press conference in Kyiv on Friday.
According to the study, 8.8% of the respondents believe that the
parliamentary elections will be fair, without fraud, 34.2% said that
there would be some violations in the elections, but they will not
significantly influence the overall result. Some 31.1% of respondents
believe that the election results could be rigged, and 15.9% of
respondents said that the elections would definitely be rigged. Some
9.9% of those polled were undecided.
The survey was conducted in 111 towns and villages across Ukraine. A
total of 2,043 respondents were interviewed. The poll’s margin of error
does not exceed 2.2%.