Zelensky’s rating fell off

By | June 5, 2020
The level of support by Ukrainians for the country's president, Vladimir Zelensky, dropped to 40.9%, according to Ukrainian News

The level of support by Ukrainians for the country’s president, Vladimir Zelensky, dropped to 40.9%, according to Ukrainian News.
According to journalists, only in the last week, the rating of the head of state has fallen by 1.7%.
The media concluded based on a study conducted by experts from the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS). Ukrainians were asked who they would vote for if the country’s presidential election were held in the coming days: almost 41% of respondents would vote for the current national leader, Vladimir Zelensky. In second place was the ex-president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko with the support of 15.7% of the population. Closes the top three leaders of the party “Strength and Honor” Igor Smeshko with an indicator of 9.2%. Next on the list is Yuriy Boyko, co-chair of the Opposition For Life platform (8.7%), Yulia Tymoshenko, chairman of the Batkivshchyna association (6.4%) and others.
Journalists note that despite Zelensky’s leading position, his rating has declined markedly over the past week. Seven days ago, 42.6% of respondents spoke in his favor.
Earlier, as Rambler reported, experts from the Rating sociological group found out that if the presidential elections were held in Ukraine in the near future, Zelensky would have won 39.3% of the vote

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