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Sociological poll

If presidential elections were held next Sunday how would you vote? (recurrent, 2011-2013)

 Presidential elections, Approval


May 2011Dec 2011Apr 2013May 2013Oct 2013
Hrytsenko2.12.92.311.3
Klychko-4.813.51215.5
Symonenko2.44.85.45.45.9
Tymoshenko14.416.310.412.213.2
Tahnybok32.94.64.73.6
Yanukovych17.213.318.317.619
Yatsenuk8.210.76.46.35.6
Would vote against all11.810.77.86.65.7
Would not attend11.511.913.916.612.3
Hard to say 21.214.711.913.39.9

 


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