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Voters of losing candidates in Ukraine want to support Zelensky politics

Moscow, April 8 – AIF-Moscow.

The majority of voters who voted for the losing candidates in the first round of the presidential elections in Ukraine are ready to support Vladimir Zelensky on April 21. This is evidenced by data from a study by Razumkov's Ukrainian Economic and Political Studies Center, TASS reports.

As deputy director of the center, Mikhail Mishchenko, 35% of voters from Yuriy Boyko, leader of the Opposition Platform for Life, said he intended to support Zelensky's candidate for the Servant of the People party. Only 2% of respondents are inclined in favor of current president Poroshenko.

41% of voters from the head of the Batkivshchyna party, Yulia Tymoshenko, are supporters of Zelensky and 10% are Poroshenko & # 39; s. Every fourth person who has supported Anatoly Gritsenko, leader of the "Citizen Position", intends to vote for Zelensky, 19% for Poroshenko.

Also 32% of the voters of the leader of the "Radical Party" Oleg Lyashko are ready to vote for the leader of the presidential race, while Poroshenko is inclined to support only 16%.

According to Mishchenko, the position of the electorate of the losing candidates will depend on the calls of the politician himself.

Remember that in the second round of the presidential election, which will take place on April 21, Vladimir Zelensky and Petro Poroshenko came.

Earlier, the CEC of Ukraine officially announced the start of the campaign period in the country.



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