The acting head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko would have won elections of the head of the country, if they were held next Sunday, While the current Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk has no chance - he vote about 2% of the respondents show released on Wednesday the results sociologicheskogo study of the sociological group " chart ".
on 2014 presidential election Poroshenko got 54, 7% of voters came to the polls.
According to the survey, if the presidential elections were held next Sunday, then a quarter of the respondents who plan to vote, would give his own vote for Poroshenko, 10% - for ex-Prime Minister, leader of the Batkivshchyna party Yulia Tymoshenko, 7% - for the mayor of Lviv Andriy Sadovyi. For ex-defense Minister Anatoly Gritsenko and Opposition politician Yury Boyko voted least 6%, at the head of the Radical party of Oleh Lyashko - 5%, at the head of the radical "Right sector" Dmitry Yarosh - 4%.
supposedly 2% voted for the leader of the party "Freedom" Oleg Tyahnybok, the former Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Tigipko and the current Prime Minister Yatsenyuk.
Every fifth of respondents undecided.
in the regional distribution Poroshenko remains the leader award in all regions of the country where the Survey was conducted. Second in the West and centre of the country is the leader of " Batkivshchyna ", and on the South and East - the candidate from "Opposition bloc" Boyko. Thus, the farther from the West, where the primacy Poroshenko is tangible, the less the difference between first and second place presidential rating.
The survey was conducted from 3 to 13 June among 2 thousand adult respondents, the error is not more than 2.5%.