More than half of the respondents are dissatisfied with the activities of the President and the Cabinet.
At the end of June, two-thirds of Ukrainians noted a decline in the country’s economic situation in the past six months, with almost a quarter believing it had not changed, and 9% had improved. This is evidenced by the results of a recent survey of the sociological group “ratings”.
Therefore, according to the data obtained, half of the respondents said that their own family’s financial situation was deteriorating, with about 40% saying that there was no change, 9% saw improvement. Over the next six months, about 40% of Ukraine’s economic situation is expected to decline, with 31% – no change, 17% – improving.
53% of the respondents believe that due to the incompetence of the authorities there can be an economic crisis. 32% – that cause may be coronovirus, only 6% – that the crisis may cause war in Donbas.
According to the survey, 52% of Ukrainians surveyed are unhappy with the activities of President Vladimir Zelensky. There were 36% of satisfied respondents.
The work of the president of Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Dmitry Razumkov, 21% are satisfied, 51% are dissatisfied, 28% were unable to evaluate their work.
In general, only 9% of survey participants were satisfied with the work of Parliament, 76% rated it negatively. At the same time, 9% expressed satisfaction with the activities of Dennis Shimgal, the head of government (56% were dissatisfied, with 36% finding it difficult to evaluate). Only 8% are satisfied with cabinet work, 71% are dissatisfied, one in five did not answer this question.
The survey “rating” was conducted from 24 June to 28 June, with the exception of territories occupied by 2 thousand respondents throughout Ukraine. The error of representation ability of the study does not exceed 2.2%, with a confidence probability of 0.95.
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