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Ukraine: Five Political Parties to Enter the New Parliament, With Opposition Platform-Za Zhittya on Top of the Ranks, Poll Suggests

BURI polls

According to the survey conducted on January 22-26, 2021 should parliamentary elections in Ukraine be held this Sunday “Opposition Platform – Za Zhittya” would get the biggest public support (21.9%).

Also, the new Ukrainian parliament would include the following political parties: “The European Solidarity” Party (15.9%), the “Batkivschyna” Party (12.5%), “Sluga Narodu” Party backed by the incumbent President of Ukraine (12.3%), and The Shariy Party (5.2%).

The other political parties so far do not have enough public support to enter the next parliament: the Radical Party of Oleg Lyashko – 3.4%, “Syla i Chest” Party – 2.8%, “Za Maibutnie” Party – 2.6%, “Gromadyanska Pozitsiya” Party – 2.5%, “Groysman’s Ukrainian Strategy” – 2.2%, “Samopomich” Party – 1.9%, “Golos” Party – 1.4%, “Opposition Bloc” – 1.0%, “Narodniy Front” Party – 1.0%, “Svoboda” Party – 0.8%, and “The National Corps” Party – 0.6%.

The results of the survey are shown in the table below.

The Belgium-Ukraine Research Institute poll data

The international research center BURI (The Belgium-Ukraine Research Institute) conducted the survey in Ukraine (excluding the temporarily uncontrolled territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions, and Crimea) on January 22-26, 2021. The survey method: computer-assisted telephone interviews on the basis of random selection of phone numbers. Total quantity of respondents equalled 2,024 individuals (representative sample). Error margin is 2.2%.

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