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Ukrainians trust the Armed Forces of Ukraine and are ready to vote for Zelenskyy—Razumkov Center

Rating of politicians and parties and trust in social institutions in July—August 2021: a survey by the Razumkov Center. Photo: UNIAN

Rating of politicians and parties and trust in social institutions in July—August 2021: a survey by the Razumkov Center. Photo: UNIAN

If the presidential elections were held in the near future, then Volodymyr Zelenskyy, incumbent head of state, would have won the most votes in the first round: almost 29% of those who intend to vote and have made their choice, and 19% of all respondents would vote for him.

This is stated in the results of a survey by the Razumkov Center.

The next in the rating are:

  • the fifth president Petro Poroshenko (10% of all respondents and 16% of those who would vote and have make their choice);
  • Yuriy Boyko, Co-chairperson of the faction Opposition Platform—For Life (9.7 and 14.6%, respectively);
  • leader of the Batkivshchyna (Fatherland from Ukrainina) party Yulia Tymoshenko (8.1% and 10.9%, respectively);
  • the head of the Strength and Honor party Ihor Smeshko (3.9 and 5.9%, respectively).

Other politicians scored less than 3% of the respondents.

At the same time, in the case of a rivalry in the second round with Poroshenko, Zelenskyy would gain 28% of the votes of all respondents and 61% of the votes of those who will take part in the elections and have made their choice, the fifth president—17 and 39%, respectively.

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As for the elections to the Verkhovna Rada, the Servant of the People party would have won the most votes (17% of all respondents and 27% of those who will take part in the elections and have made their choice, in June there were more than 28% of those).

The next in the rating are:

  • European Solidarity (10.7 and 17%, respectively, in June this figure was 19.1%);
  • Opposition Platform—For Life (10.7 and 16.2%, respectively, in June there were 15% of them);
  • Batkivshchyna (8.2 and 11.4%, in June there were 10.5% of them);
  • Strength and honor (4.2 and 5.9%, in June there was 6% of them).

Other parties did not gain 5% of the votes required to get into parliament.

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The Razumkov Center also asked Ukrainians about trust in social institutions. It turned out that most of the respondents do not trust the Russian media (79% of Ukrainians), 76% of respondents do not trust the state apparatus, 75%—the Verkhovna Rada, 74%—the judicial system, 72%—the government and political parties. The Armed Forces of Ukraine (68%) have the greatest trust among Ukrainians, volunteer organizations (64% of Ukrainians), and the church, which is trusted by almost the same number of people, received a little less votes.

Trust of Ukrainians in social institutions. Screenshot: Razumkov Center

Trust of Ukrainians in social institutions. Screenshot: Razumkov Center

Trust of Ukrainians in social institutions. Screenshot: Razumkov Center

Trust of Ukrainians in social institutions. Screenshot: Razumkov Center

Trust of Ukrainians in social institutions. Screenshot: Razumkov Center

Trust of Ukrainians in social institutions. Screenshot: Razumkov Center

Trust of Ukrainians in social institutions. Screenshot: Razumkov Center Thumb Trust of Ukrainians in social institutions. Screenshot: Razumkov Center Thumb Trust of Ukrainians in social institutions. Screenshot: Razumkov Center Thumb

The poll was conducted from July 29 to August 4 using a personal interview method. The Center interviewed more than 2,000 people aged 18 and over in all regions of Ukraine, except for the occupied territories.

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