Five questions from Zelensky: Results of 74% of questionnaires revealed

Source : 112 Ukraine

The poll was held at the expense of the Servant of the People faction
15:53, 26 October 2020

Volunteer for "presidential poll", October 2020

The counting of the All-Ukrainian poll initiated by Volodymyr Zelensky is almost finished; 74% of responses is processed, as Team of Zelensky Telegram channel reported.

The idea of ​​life imprisonment for corruption on an especially large scale was supported by 82.97% of the respondents; while 13.87% of people did not support the proposal.

For the creation of a free economic zone on the territory of Donetsk and Luhansk regions voted 46.70%; while 46.48% considered the idea wrong.

Almost everyone voted to reduce the number of MPs to 300 – 89.60% of the respondents; however, 7.12% of people are against this decision.

The idea of ​​legalizing cannabis for medical purposes to reduce pain in critically ill patients was supported by 64.88%; while 29.53% voted against it.

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Regarding the right of Ukraine to use the security guarantees determined by the Budapest Memorandum to restore its state sovereignty and territorial integrity 74.21% voted affirmatively; 17.21% stood against this idea.

On October 25, the All-Ukrainian poll of Volodymyr Zelensky was held simultaneously with the local elections. The citizens were supposed to answer five questions.

The poll was held at the expense of the Servant of the People faction. According to the observers, people in white uniforms stood near the polling stations with boxes and invited people to answer five questions. A person could participate in this survey numerously; it was not controlled.

The local elections took place at all levels in Ukraine for the first time ever. The citizens voted for the representatives in the local and regional councils and heads of village and city councils.

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