The current head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko would have picked up 13, 6% of voters came to the polls, if presidential elections were held in the country at the end of may this year, demonstrate the results sociologicheskogo survey conducted by the Kiev international Institute of sociology (KIIS).
on 2014 presidential election Poroshenko got 54, 7% of voters came to the polls, and Tymoshenko - 12, 82%.
according to the information published on Thursday on the Internet representation of KIIS, second place was taken by ex-Prime Minister of Ukraine, leader of Batkivshchyna party Yulia Tymoshenko to 7, 2%. At the head of the Radical party of Oleh Lyashko voted 4, 2% of respondents, for the mayor of Lviv Andriy Sadovy - 3, 8%, for the head of the party "Civic stand" Anatoly Gritsenko - 2, 8%, at the head of the extremist organization "Right sector" Dmitry Yarosh - 1, 7%, at the head of the party "Strong Ukraine" Sergey Tigipko - 1, 6%. For the leader of the "Opposition bloc" Yuriy Boyko voices would give 1, 5% of the respondents at the head of the nationalist "Freedom" Oleg Tyahnybok - 1, 2%.
7, 8% of respondents indicated that struck all candidates would or would spoil Bulletin, 24, 8% told that would not have taken part in the vote and 25% undecided.
The survey is conducted from 19 to 29 may, by personal interview, respondents 2022 respondents living in 108 communities in all regions of Ukraine. In Lugansk and Donetsk regions research was carried out only in the territories controlled by Ukraine, and similarly in Donetsk. Statistical sampling error does not exceed 3, 3% - for indicators close to 50%, 2, 8% - for indicators close to 25%, 2% - for indicators close to 10%, 1, 4% - for indicators close to 5%.