If presidential election took place in the middle of June, 24% of Ukrainians would vote for the party leader of regions Victor Yanukovych, 18% - for the prime minister Yulia Timoshenko and 6% would give the votes for the incumbent president Victor Yushchenko. Other candidates would gain less than 5%. Data of results of the sociological survey conducted by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) are that.
As reports a press - service KMIS, in comparison with poll data in April of this year, Yu. Tymoshenko's rating decreased by 6%, V. Yushchenko's rating - for 4%, and V. Yanukovych's rating rose by 1%.
In comparison with April, Yu. Tymoshenko's rating decreased by 10% in the western region of Ukraine, for 8% - in central and for 6% - in the southern region. V. Yushchenko's rating decreased by 7% in the western and central regions. V. Yanukovych's rating rose by 4% in the southern and western regions and decreased by 1% in the central region and for 2% - in east. If in the middle of June the second round of presidential election took place, at rivalry with Yu. Tymoshenko V. Yanukovych would receive 34% of votes of all voters, and Yu. Tymoshenko - 27%. At the same time, at rivalry in the second round with V. Yushchenko V. Yanukovych would have chances to receive the same 34% of votes of all voters, and V. Yushchenko - 18%.
Survey was conducted on June 6-16.
The method of interview interrogated 2039 respondents who live in all areas of Ukraine, in the Crimea and Kiev. Statistically the error of selection doesn't exceed 3,5% for the indicators close to 50%, 3% - for the indicators close to 25% and 2% - for the indicators close to 10%.