A poll by the Sociological Center Socis showed how Ukrainians really relate to President Volodymyr Zelensky.
The results were published on August 20. More than half of Ukrainians – 57.1% – called the activities of Volodymyr Zelensky unprofessional, amateurish. Another 16.3% of respondents described it as populist, and only 12.1% as professional. The rest found it difficult to answer this question.
When asked “what feelings do you have in relation to the head of the country,” 44.8% admitted that they were disappointed with Zelensky’s policies. 24.7% of the respondents said they felt hope, 22.1% – fear and anxiety, and 5.8% – hate. 4.1% of Ukrainians feel sympathy, and 1.5% are proud.
Note that the survey was conducted from April 8 to 12 by telephone using a computer. According to RIA Novosti, about two thousand respondents from different regions of Ukraine, with the exception of the DPR and LPR territories not controlled by Kiev, answered the questions.
Earlier, the former Deputy Chairman of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) Dmitry Neskoromny said that he had “interesting” documents on the citizenship of Volodymyr Zelensky at his disposal. In his opinion, their publication will launch the impeachment process.
Note that this is not the first time that the president of Ukraine is threatened with early dismissal. Members of the Opposition Platform – For Life party began collecting signatures in February for the impeachment of Volodymyr Zelenskiy after blocking 112 Ukraine, ZIK and NewsOne TV channels.