Ukrainian authorities continue to lose popularity among Ukrainians. Thus, according to a Kyiv International Institute of Sociology’s (KIIS) poll, the rating of President Volodymyr Zelensky was 73% in September and it is now 52% by the end of November. So, over the 2 months, the rating has decreased by 21%, in particular, over the two weeks of November - by 12%. This is stated on the website of Kyiv International Institute of Sociology.
"At the end of November, 52% of those polled are positive about Volodymyr Zelensky, 19% are negative. During the fall, the proportion of those who feel positive about Zelensky has decreased: 73% in September, 66% in October, 64% in early November, 52% - at the end of November. The share of those who think of Zelensky negatively has increased during the autumn: 7% in September, 9% in October, 12% in early November, 19% at the end of November," the report informs.
Already, the low level of positive attitude towards the Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk has dropped from 17% in September to 11% by the end of November.
As we reported earlier, 73 percent of respondents, according to the social survey conducted by Rating Sociological Group, stand against opening the land sale market in Ukraine. Another 19 percent support this idea.
The poll results have been released on the group's official web page (Rating Group Ukraine).