A poll of Ukrainians conducted by the Rating Sociological Group reveals political fragmentation, economic crisis and endemic instability in post-Maidan Ukraine
more than 60% of the polled stated the worsening of their financial situation over the last year, 30% - said it has not changed, only 6% - improved, 2% - undecided. More than 60% cannot afford to pay the bills for housing and communal services, 35% of them are able to pay, 3% - undecided.
According to 65% of the respondents, the main reasons for the current socio-economic situation in the country are corruption and incompetence of the current government. 54% believe the main reason for that to be the military conflict in the East, 31% - the failure of the Parliament to adopt laws needed for the country, 28% - incompetence and corruption of the previous Ukrainian government.
85% of the respondents agree with the thesis that Ukraine today is in a state of chaos (10% - disagree, 4% - undecided), in a state of collapse - 75% agree (17% - disagree, 7% - undecided),
If the parliamentary elections were held in the nearest future, 13.2% of those who intend to vote and have decided on their choice of the party are ready to vote for Batkivshchyna. 11.3% are ready to vote for BPP Solidarnist, 10.4% - for Opposition Bloc, 8.9% - Radical Party, Za Zhyttia - 8.2%. 7.6% of the respondents are ready to support Civic Position, 7.1% - Samopomich, 6.4% - Svoboda. UKROP, Agrarian Party, and People’s Control - 2.3% each, Movement of New Forces - 2.2%. The rating of other political forces is less than 2%.