Six political parties can overcome the five percent threshold in the upcoming parliamentary elections. These are the results of a survey conducted by GfK Ukraine.
In the early parliamentary elections in October, the highest voter support can get “Solidarity” Poroshenko. According to a survey conducted by GFK Ukraine, for it would vote 16 percent of respondents. Second place, “Radical Party” Oleg Lyashko result of 14 percent. Closes the three leaders of the All-Ukrainian Union “Fatherland” – 13 percent of respondents said they would support this political force.
The remaining votes distributed as follows: “Citizenship” Anatoly Gritsenko – seven per cent Party “BLOW” Vitali Klitschko – six percent, “Strong Ukraine” Sergei Tigipko – six percent, “Svoboda” Oleg Tiagnybok – 4 percent. By the seventh convocation of the Verkhovna Rada, according to a survey by GfK Ukraine, has not yet come Communist Party and the Party of Regions. For them ready to give voice to three percent of respondents.
Survey on social and political attitudes on the eve of parliamentary elections in Ukraine research company GFK Ukraine held from 14 to 25 August. The survey involved 2,000 respondents aged 18 and older, living in various settlements all over Ukraine (with the exception of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea).
Elections and eastern regions
Presenting the results of a survey in Kiev, deputy director Gleb Vyshlinsky GFK Ukraine, said that the fate of the Communist Party and the Party of Regions previously depended on the eastern voters who were interested in lobbying is the eastern region. And why would not surprise if the party of “Party of Ukraine”, whose leader is a former Regions Yuri Miroshnichenko, also have a certain percentage of the vote, according to news agency UNIAN. “The greater the proportion of the population, especially the Donetsk and Lugansk regions will take part in the elections, the greater the likelihood for these parties to come to the Parliament,” – said Vyshlinsky. This, he said, refers to the CPU.
The results of a survey conducted by GfK Ukraine, also showed attitudes to the current political and economic situation in the country. More than half of respondents assess the economy of Ukraine as a poor, third – as bad, only one percent – as good.
According to 70 percent of those surveyed political situation is unstable. It should be added that 38 percent believe that the president Poroshenko holds strong policies to address the crisis in eastern Ukraine. However, 41 percent of the opposite opinion.