7. There is a «rating rivalry» for a position of a primary opponent in the possible presidential election. P. Poroshenko, Y.Boyko and Y.Tymoshenko are in the top three.
According to Socis research if the elections would be taking place in the nearest future Volodymyr Zelenskiy would receive the biggest vote in the first round - 18,6% of respondents. Petro Poroshenko would come next - 12,6%. Followed by Yuri Boyko - 8,2% and Yulia Tymoshenko - 7,8%. Other politicians received less than 5%. 14,1% chose the «vote for no one» option.
If the second round of elections took place in the nearest future Zelenskiy would receive 53,9% of votes of those who have already made up their mind (29,9% of the overall number of respondents). 46,1% of those who made up their mind would vote for Poroshenko. (25,6% of the overall number of respondents).
According to «Rating» group data along with V.Zelenskiy Y.Tymoshenko also is in the top three, surpassing Y.Boyko. If the elections were held in the nearest future 25,1% among those who made up their mind would vote for Zelenskiy.
Poroshenko would receive 14,1% of the votes.
According to this agency Y.Boyko with 9,5% would drop out of the top three surpassed by Y.Tymoshenko with 10,1%.
Other candidates were further away: 7.3% - D. Razumkov, 7.1% - I. Smeshko, 6.0% - E. Muraev, 5.1% - V. Groisman, 4.3% - A. Gritsenko , 3.9% - A. Lyashko, 2.0% - A. Tyagnibok, 1.5% - A. Sadovy.
According to the «Rating» agency «if the second round of elections took place and Zelneskiy and Poroshenko would be in it, Zelesnkiy would receive 26,7% of the respondents' vote and Poroshenko - 21,3%. It means that among those who made up their mind and are going to vote in the election 55,6% would vote for Zelenskiy and 44,4% for Poroshenko.»
At the same time, almost 33% of respondents said that they would not vote for any of the candidates. Almost 20% of the respondents answered that they would not vote in the elections, or could not answer the question.
According to the Razumkov center data if the presidential elections were held in the nearest future, Volodymyr Zelenskiy would receive the majority of the vote (17% of the respondents overall or 26% of those who will vote and made up their mind). Petro Poroshenko received 9% and 14% respectively, Yuri Boyko 7% and 12% and Yulia Tymoshenko 7% and 10%.
6% and 9% respectively are ready to vote for ex-speaker Dmitriy Razumkov, 4% and 6% for Evgen Muraev.
8. D.Razumkov is gaining recognition as an independent political figure in the minds of voters.
According to KIIS 39,1% of Ukrainians have a negative attitude towards Dmitry Razumkov being dismissed as a chairman of Verkhovna Rada. Only 8% are pro, while 44,1% are indifferent.
6% of the respondents and 9% of those who will vote and have made up their mind would vote for him in presidential elections.