According to KIIS Deputy Chief Anton Hrushetskyi, to the question "Which of the following should the next president do in his first 100 days?," the respondents' answers were as follows:
39.1% of Ukrainians believe the president should reduce utility rates,
35.5 % say he must submit bills on lifting immunity off lawmakers, judges, president,
32.4% – to start or speed up investigation of corruption-related crimes,
23.3% – to start negotiations with Russia,
18.4% – to reduce the wages of top officials,
16.4% – to start negotiations with the European Union and the United States on Donbas and Crimea,
9.4% – to speed up the investigation of crimes against Maidan,
8% – to initiate a change in the system of parliamentary elections, i.e. the abolition of majority elections and the transition to a proportional system with open lists,
5.5% – to put up for sale premises, cars and other assets of the State Affairs Department, which is engaged in providing the president,
5.2% – to initiate the restart of anti-corruption bodies (the National Anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine, the Specialized Anti-corruption Prosecutor's Office,
4.6% – to seize Russian assets in Ukraine,
4.2% – to submit a bill on the referendum,
3.3% – to start accession negotiations with the EU.
A total of 2,004 respondents were interviewed. The poll's margin of error does not exceed 3.3% for figures close to 50%, 2.8% for figures close to 25%, 2% for figures close to 10%, and 1.4% for figures close to 5%.
If the second round of presidential elections in Ukraine took place in mid-April, 48.4% of respondents would vote for showman and presidential candidate Volodymyr Zelenskyi and 17% for incumbent head of state Petro Poroshenko, according to a survey conducted by Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) on April 9-14, 2019. Source: https://censor.net.ua/en/n3122515