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Zelenskyy tops disapproval rating of Ukrainian politicians for the first time—poll

Zelenskyy's approval rating falls. Photo: president.gov.ua

Zelenskyy's approval rating falls. Photo: president.gov.ua

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy topped the anti-rating of Ukrainian politicians for the first time—31.9% of respondents would not have voted for him. At the same time, Zelenskyy still ranks first in the ranking of politicians—18.7% of Ukrainians support him. This is evidenced by the results of the Razumkov Center’s poll.

If the presidential elections were held in the near future, Zelenskyy would get the most votes in the first round (18.7% of all respondents). 12.7% of respondents intend to vote for Petro Poroshenko, 6.2% of respondents—for Yuriy Boyko. 5.5% would vote for Dmytro Razumkov, and 5.0%—for Yulia Tymoshenko.

Among the candidates for the post of President of Ukraine whom they will not vote under any circumstances for, the respondents named Zelenskyy (31.9%), Poroshenko (31.6%), Viktor Medvedchuk (24.7%), Boyko (24.0% ), Oleh Liashko (15.0%), Tymoshenko (13.8%), and Oleh Tyahnybok (11.0%). The rest of the candidates were named by less than 10% of the respondents.

If the second round of the presidential elections was held, and Zelenskyy and Poroshenko got into it, then 26.7% of all respondents answered that they would vote for Zelenskyy, and 21.3%—for Poroshenko. If we present this data in the form of the election result (that is, as a percentage among those who intend to take part in the elections and have made their choice), then Zelenskyy's result would be 55.6%, and Poroshenko's—44.4%.

The majority of the respondents (40.1%) believe that the current government is no different from the previous one. Slightly fewer (36.2%) Ukrainians answer that the current government is worse than the previous one. Every fifth of the respondents (20.1%) believe that the current government is better than the previous one.

Pandora Papers

The overwhelming majority of the respondents (80.1%) believe that it is unacceptable for senior government officials and leading politicians of the country to own offshore accounts abroad. 9.1% of the respondents see nothing wrong with this practice. At the same time, more than half of the respondents (55.3%) believe the information from the Pandora Papers investigation that Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his business partners own offshore accounts abroad. 16.5% of the respondents do not believe this information.

Wagnergate

Among those respondents who know at least something about Wagnergate, 40.5% believe that the main reason for the operation failure is the purposeful transfer of information from the senior political leadership of Ukraine. 15.1% of the knowledgeable respondents consider the main reason for the disruption to be a lack of professionalism and mistakes on the part of the senior political leadership of Ukraine, and 12.8%—lack of professionalism and mistakes of the Ukrainian special services. 6.3% of the respondents believe that the main reason for the operation failure is that the Russian/Belarusian special services themselves were able to find out about the operation and disrupt it, and another 4.6% of informed respondents consider all this to be a coincidence.

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