Vladimir Zilinskaite: Gleb Garanich / Reuters
The balance of trust to the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky for the year dropped from 34.1 percent to minus 8.9 percent, becoming negative for the first time. This is evidenced by the study conducted by the centre “Social monitoring” writes “Strenia”.
According to the survey, fully trust Zelensky 13 percent of respondents, rather trust is 28.3 percent, rather than trust — 25.4 per cent. Don’t fully trust the head of state is 24.8 percent of Ukrainians.
At an even higher level of negative balance of trust recorded in the National Bank (NBU) (minus 44.6 percent), government (down 54.3 percent) and Parliament (minus 55.4%). According to the survey, the lowest level of trust among Ukrainians have a National anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU), the negative balance is minus 62.8 per cent.
A positive balance of trust have only the Armed forces of Ukraine, the figure is 32.4%.
The study was conducted from 10 to 19 June on the territory of Ukraine, except for the uncontrolled territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions. Pollsters interviewed 3 037 persons.
18 may it was reported that Zelensky rating dropped below 40 percent. According to a survey conducted by the group “Rating” if presidential elections were held in mid-may, the main competitor of the present head of state would become the co-Chairman of party “Oppositional platform For life,” Yuriy Boyko (13.9% of votes). Followed by Petro Poroshenko (13.3%) and Yulia Tymoshenko (8.6 percent).
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