Only 23% of Ukrainians want to replace Zelenskyy after victory, 69% want new parliament
Volodymyr Zelenskyi (Photo: OP)

Sociologists asked citizens of Ukraine whether it is necessary to change the president, the government and the parliament after the victory. Only 23% of Ukrainians want to replace the president after the victory, while almost 70% would make changes in the Rada, reported the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS).

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The survey was conducted from May 26 to June 5, 2023.

KIIS asked the respondents the question to what extent among them there is a request for the renewal of the central power after the victory in the war: the president, the parliament, and the government.

The vast majority of Ukrainians (73%) supported the renewal of the central government at one level or another.

The biggest request for change concerns the Verkhovna Rada – 69% of respondents would like to replace the parliament after victory.

Next comes the government – 47% of respondents would like to change it.

The fewest respondents – 23% – would like to replace the president after victory.

Only 23% of Ukrainians want to replace Zelenskyy after victory, 69% want new parliament
Screenshot of KMIS
Only 23% of Ukrainians want to replace Zelenskyy after victory, 69% want new parliament
Screenshot of KMIS

The survey was conducted by the method of telephone interviews, and 1,029 respondents aged 18 and over who live in all government-controlled regions of Ukraine (except AR Crimea) took part in it. Formally, under normal circumstances, the statistical error of such a sample did not exceed 3.4%.