Five parties are set to be represented in the new convocation of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine following snap elections scheduled for July 21.
It's the Servant of the People, Opposition Platform – For Life, Holos, European Solidarity, and Batkivshchyna, that's according to the survey conducted by the Rating sociological group.
Among the respondents, 34% are ready to support the Servant of the People, 8% - Opposition Platform - For Life, 5% - Holos, 5% - European Solidarity, and 4% - Batkivshchyna.
Among those who have made up their choice and intend to vote, 50% support the Servant of the People, 12% - Opposition Platform - For Life, 8% – Holos, 7% – European Solidarity, and 6% – Batkivshchyna .
Some 4% of Ukrainians are planning to vote for Syla i Chest, 2% - for the Radical Party, 2% will vote for the Opposition Bloc, another 2% will cast votes for Svoboda, and also 2% – for Ukrainian Strategy of Groysman.
The remaining parties scored below 2%.
Answering a question "Do you plan to vote in the parliamentary elections scheduled for July 21, 2019?" 65% of respondents answered "definitely, yes", 18% – "likely, yes", 4% – "likely, no”, 8% – "definitely, no", and 5% – "I find it difficult to answer".
The survey was conducted by the Rating sociological group by order of International Republican Institute throughout Ukraine (except for the occupied territories of Crimea and Donbas) from June 12 to June 23 through personal interviews with respondents at their homes.
A total of 2,400 residents of Ukraine aged over 18 who are eligible to vote have been interviewed.
The margin error does not exceed 2%.