Pro-presidential political party appears to be the undisputed leader, enjoying the support of 48.5 percent of voters, - Kyiv International Sociology Institute.
A total of 48.5% of pollees questioned by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology who have decided on their choice are ready to vote for the Servant of the People party, 11.8% - for the Opposition Platform - For Life association; and 8.1% - for the Solidarity Bloc of Petro Poroshenko party at the parliamentary election in Ukraine.
The latest poll by a Kyiv-based International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) says about a third of Ukrainians hope the country's next president will reduce tariffs, lift immunity off lawmakers, judges and the president, as well as speed up the probe into high-profile corruption crimes.
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.
32.1% of pollees questioned by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology are ready to vote for TV presenter, Volodymyr Zelenskyi; 17.1% for incumbent president; and 12.5% for Chairperson of the Batkivschyna All-Ukrainian Association party, Yuliia Tymoshenko, at the next presidential election.
Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) survey conducted on Jan. 31 - Feb. 10 shows that if Ukraine parliamentary elections took place next Sunday, four parties would make it to the Verkhovna Rada.
The latest Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) opinion poll taken on Jan. 31 - Feb. 10 shows that Volodymyr Zelenskyi, Petro Poroshenko and Yuliia Tymoshenko still lead in the presidential race.
According to a Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) poll, Batkivshchyna Party leader Yulia Tymoshenko enjoys the greatest support among presidential candidates - 19.3 percent.
Ukraine's two leading think tanks have published their results of presidential and parliamentary election polls, proving to be rather opposite.