Tymoshenko leads in presidential rating, followed by Hrytsenko, Boiko, Liashko and Poroshenko - opinion poll
The leaders of the presidential electoral rating are leader of the Batkivschyna party Yulia Tymoshenko, leader of the Civil Position party Anatoliy Hrytsenko and the Opposition Bloc party Yuriy Boiko, according to the results of the social research conducted by Seetarget.
According to the results of the social research conducted from July 26 through August 17, 2018 presented on Monday at Interfax-Ukraine, 17.9% of Ukrainians willing to vote for Tymoshenko are those who decided that they will take part in the voting in the next presidential election (11.4% of all respondents).
Some 13.8% of those polled who plan to go to the polls (8.7% among all respondents) are ready to vote for the leader of the Civil Position. Boiko is the next in the rating- 11.2% (7.5%), leader of the Radical Party Oleh Liashko has 9.8% (6.1%), incumbent President Petro Poroshenko – 9.1% (6%) and the leader of the For Life Party Vadym Rabinovych – 6.2% (4.1%).
Some 16.9% of respondents who are ready to take part in the voting said that they would support another politician who was not on the list proposed, and 30.6% found it difficult to answer. Some 5.1% of respondents said that they would not go to the president election.
At the same time, Poroshenko has the greatest anti-rating among Ukrainians, in favor of whom 50.2% of respondents did not vote. The leader of the People's Front Party Arseniy Yatsenyuk (31.6%) comes next, then Tymoshenko (23.9%), Liashko (20.5%), Boiko (18.6%), Leader of the Svoboda party Oleh Tiahnybok - 17.5%, and Rabinovych - 17.2%.
At the same time, the highest rating of trust among politicians Hrytsenko has, 35% of respondents trust him. 23% of respondents trust Tymoshenko, 21% - Liashko, 18% - Mayor of Lviv Andriy Sadovy, 17% - Rabinovych, 16% each for Boiko and Kyiv City Mayor Vitali Klitschko.
The poll was conducted using a face-to-face interview from July 26 through August 17, 2018 in 24 regions of Ukraine and Kyiv city (apart from the occupied areas of Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk regions). A total of 2,627 respondents from 63 cities and 105 rural areas were polled. The survey's margin of error is no more than 1.92%.