If elections in Ukraine were held in the near future, then 26% of those who would go to the polls would vote for President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the first round. For the leader of the party European Solidarity Petro Poroshenko—14%, for the People's Deputy from Opposition Platform—For Life Yuriy Boyko—12%, for the head of the party Batkivshchyna (Fatherland) Yulia Tymoshenko—10%, for the now ordinary deputy Dmytro Razumkov—9%. Such results are contained in a study by the Razumkov Center’s sociological department.
6% of respondents would vote for the former Rada Deputy Yevhen Muraiev, 5%—for the head of the party Strength and Honor Ihor Smeshko, 3.5%—for the former Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, 3%—for the leader of the party Civil Position Anatoliy Hrytsenko, 2%—for the leader of the Radical Party Oleh Liashko, 2%—for the TV presenter and stand-up comedian Serhiy Prytula, 2%—for the representative of the All-Ukrainian Union Svoboda (Freedom from Ukrainian) Ruslan Koshulynskyi, and 1%—for the current mayor of Kyiv Vitali Klitschko.
Regarding Zelenskyy's popularity, it began to decline from late July to early August—from 19.5% to 17% among all respondents. Compared to the end of July—the beginning of August, the level of electoral support for Razumkov increased (from 2% to 6% among all respondents).
If the elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine were held in the near future, the Servant of the People would receive the most support—22% of those who will go to the polls. 16% would vote for European Solidarity, 13% for Opposition Platform—For Life, 11% for Batkivshchyna, 6% for Nashi (Ours from Ukrainian), 6% for Strength and Honor, and 4% for Groysman's Ukrainian Strategy, 3% for Civil Position, 2.5% for the Oleh Liashko’s Radical Party, 2% for the Party of Serhiy Prytula, 2% for Svoboda, 2% for the Party of Shariy, 1% for Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reform of Vitali Klitschko.