Tymoshenko, Poroshenko and Rabinovich – the three leaders of the presidential race, – KIIS

Kiev international Institute of sociology published a survey of electoral moods of the Ukrainian population.

The survey was conducted from 4 to 13 November. By means of personal interviews were interviewed 2039 respondents living in 110 settlements all over Ukraine (except Crimea).

The data indicate that if presidential elections were held in mid-November, the turnout would have amounted to 47% and the three leaders went to Yulia Tymoshenko, Petro Poroshenko and Vadim Rabinovich:

*21.3 percent would vote for Yulia Tymoshenko,

* 18,5% – for Petro Poroshenko,

* 11.7 percent for Vadim Rabinovich,

* 10,5% – for Anatoly Gritsenko,

* And 9.4% for Yuriy Boyko,

* 9,4% – for Oleg Lyashko

* 7.2% of her Garden,

* A 4.5% – for Oleg tyagniboka,

* 3,1% – for Dmytro Yarosh,

* 0.4 percent for Andrei Biletsky,

* 4% – for another candidate.

In the second round, Poroshenko would have voted 17% of respondents, 23.8 per cent for Tymoshenko, 35% – would not have come on elections of 7.5% would cross out both candidates.

If elections to the Verkhovna Rada were held in mid-November, the turnout would be 44% and the five-percent barrier overcome and it would be 8 parties:

* 19,1% would vote for “Batkivshchyna”,

* 13.2 per cent for the “Block of Petro Poroshenko”,

* To 10.1% for “Oppositional block”,

* 9% – for the Radical party,

* Of 8.1% – for the party “For life”,

* 6,1% – for “Civil position”,

* 6% – for “Samopomich”,

* 5,5% – for “Freedom”.

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