Over 70% of Ukrainians ready to vote in possible early elections to Rada - poll
If early parliamentary elections were called in Ukraine in the near future, more than 70% of Ukrainians would be willing to cast their ballots, as is seen from a public opinion survey conducted by the Sofia center of social studies.
As many as 35.1% of those polled believe it is important to reelect the Verkhovna Rada to bring about positive changes in the country, Sofia reported in presenting its findings on Tuesday.
If elections were held next Sunday, 41.2% said they would certainly go to polling stations, 31.3% would be likely to go, 17.9% would not go, 6.8% were inclined not to go, and 2.8% were undecided.
As many as 9.7% of those determined to vote would support Batkivschyna, 8.5% the Opposition Bloc, 8% the Petro Poroshenko Solidarity Bloc, 6.4% Samopomich, and 5.9% the Radical Party of Oleh Liashko. The electoral rating of the other candidates was under 3%.
The survey of 2,017 respondents older than 18 was conducted in all regions of Ukraine, including in the parts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions controlled by Kyiv, on November 1 to 13, 2016. The margin of error is within 2.2%.