This is evidenced by the results of a poll conducted by the Agency for Strategic Studies in cooperation with the OPAD Center for Foreign Policy Studies. The survey had been conducted from January 21 to February 1, 2013, reports ZN.UA.
Respondents were asked two questions: "What political party would you support if parliamentary elections were held today?" and "Which party did you support in the 2012 election and would you support it today?"
In the first question, the Party of Regions would have the largest support - 22.5% of respondents would vote for it. Next is Batkivschyna - 21%. Svoboda is third with 12.4%. Udar - 12.1%. Communists have support of 10.8%. Other parties would not gain 1%. The number of undecided is 15.5%.
Among those who supported the Party of Regions in last year's elections, 67% are ready to vote for it now. The indicator for Batkivshchyna is 73%, Udar - 79%, Svoboda and Communist electorate are the most committed - 94.5% and 87%, respectively.
Thus, the average number of disappointed in their choice of last year is 19.9%.
The survey was conducted in the regional and district centers of 24 Ukrainian oblast, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Kyiv and Sevastopol. The total number of respondents constituted 2,000 people, the survey was conducted by surveying a sample for the main socio-demographic indicators. The margin of error does not exceed 3%.