Jan 27, 2021
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Zelensky’s rating fell to a minimum

The President of Ukraine is rapidly losing ground. Vladimir Zelensky’s rating fell to a record low.

Kiev International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) has published the results of a sociological survey of the country’s residents. If the presidential elections were held in the second half of January, then 13.4% of respondents would vote for Vladimir Zelensky. Note that in 2019 he was supported by 73.2% of voters.

In second place is ex-President Petro Poroshenko. The chairman of the European Solidarity party was supported by 10.6% of the respondents. Next comes the head of Batkivshchyna Yulia Tymoshenko with 8% of the vote. The fourth position is taken by the politician Yuriy Boyko – he was supported by 7.4% of the respondents.

If a second round was held in the country in a pair of Zelensky and Poroshenko, then 30.6% of respondents would vote for the current leader. The businessman would be supported by 24.9% of Ukrainians. It is noteworthy that over 19% of the respondents refused to take part in the elections.

At the end of 2020, the Razumkov Sociological Center also conducted a survey among citizens. 42% of Ukrainians called Volodymyr Zelenskyy “the disappointment of the year.” According to experts, the dissatisfaction of citizens is connected with the failure of the president to fulfill his promise to resolve the conflict in the southeast of the country.


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