Dmytro Dmytruk, the director of the Center for Social Monitoring, said this at the press conference with reference to the monitoring of the electoral sentiments of Ukrainians based on three waves of the rolling survey, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
According to him, if the parliamentary elections were held next Sunday, four political parties would enter the parliament, overcoming the 5% threshold, namely "Servant of the People" - 30.8%, "Opposition Platform - For Life" - 8.2%, "European Solidarity" (former Bloc of Petro Poroshenko Party) - 7.9% and "Batkivshchyna" - 7% of respondents.
At the same time, a number of survey participants would vote for the “Strength and Honor” party of Ihor Smeshko (4.8%), the “Civic Position” party of Anatoly Hrytsenko (3.5%), the “Voice” party of Svyatoslav Vakarchuk (2.5%).
In addition, according to Dmytruk, about 80% of Ukrainians are ready to vote in snap parliamentary elections scheduled for July 21.
The rolling survey was conducted by the Center for Social Monitoring and the Yaremenko Ukrainian Institute for Social Research on May 15-31. A total of 2,100 respondents were polled in Ukraine.
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