Incumbent President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky would have received the greatest support in the presidential elections if they had been held next Sunday, collecting 28.8% of votes of Ukrainians who have made on their choice, according to the findings of a sociological survey conducted by the SOCIS Center for Social and Marketing Research on June 25-30.

At the same time, 18.4% of respondents who have made their choice are ready to vote for fifth President of Ukraine, MP and leader of the European Solidarity political party Petro Poroshenko in the first round of the presidential elections, 10.3% of respondents – for leader of the Strength and Honor party Ihor Smeshko, 8.5% – for former Prime Minister, leader of the Batkivschyna all-Ukrainian Union Yulia Tymoshenko, and 7.9% – for MP, one of the leaders of the Opposition Platform – For Life party Yuriy Boiko.


At the same time, former Prime Minister, leader of the Ukrainian Strategy party Volodymyr Groysman receives support of 4.2% of Ukrainians who have made their choice, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Dmytro Razumkov – 4.1%, former MP Yevhen Murayev – 3.9%, and MP Viktor Medvedchuk – 3.4%. Support for other candidates is below 3%.

Sociologists also note that incumbent President Volodymyr Zelensky wins the second round in all possible options with his closest opponents.

So, in particular, in the Zelensky-Poroshenko pair, the voting result is 60% versus 40%, respectively (among those who plan to vote and have made their choice), and in the Zelensky-Boiko pair – 76% versus 24%. At the same time, in the Poroshenko-Boiko pair, the fifth President confidently gets the victory – 60% and 40%, respectively.

The sociological survey was carried out throughout Ukraine, with the exception of the temporarily occupied territories of Crimea and ORDLO.

Some 2,000 respondents over 18 years old were interviewed using the computer assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) method using tablets. The sample is represented by age, sex and type of settlement. The statistical error (confidence interval with a probability of 0.95): (confidence interval): +/- 2.4% for indicators close to 50%, +/- 2.1% for indicators close to 25%, error +/- 1.5% for indicators close to 10% and +/- 1.1% for indicators close to 5%.


The sociological survey was conducted from June 25 to June 30.

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