35% of Ukrainians want to see Tymoshenko on post of Prime Minister
Yanukovych occupies the second place
Some 35% of Ukrainians want to see BYuT leader Yulia Tymoshenko on the post of the Prime Minister of Ukraine.
According to an UNIAN correspondent, these are the results of a poll, carried out by FOM-Ukraine Ltd. During October 18-28 of 2007.
FOM-Ukraine director general Oleksander Bukhalov claimed this to a press conference in Kyiv today (FOM-Ukraine is a partner of Russian company FOM-Russia - UNIAN).
According to O.Bukhalov, the second place with the result of some 33.5% is occupied by incumbent Prime Minister Victor Yanukovych.
Some 3.1% of those polled would like to see on the post of Premier Volodymyr Lytvyn, some 2.3% - Petro Symonenko, some 2% - Yuri Lutsenko. Some 9.4% could not answer the question.
Asked whether they satisfied with the election outcome, some 41.9% of those polled said they are satisfied, and some 41.4% - dissatisfied.
Asked whether the election will help to solve the political crisis in Ukraine, some 52.9% answered negatively, and some 31.1% said that the election will help.
The poll was carried out in 160 settlements of Ukraine. On the whole, 2 thousand respondents were polled. The error margin makes 2.2%.