Petro Poroshenko Bloc (PPB) and Batkivshchyna led by Yuliia Tymoshenko are on the top of the political rating.
Over the past month, the attitude of Russian citizens to U.S. President Donald Trump and the United States in general has significantly deteriorated.
Batkivshchyna, Petro Poroshenko Bloc, Radical Party, Samopomich, Opposition Bloc, Za Zhyttia and Hromadianska Pozytsiia would enter the Verkhovna Rada if early parliamentary elections were held the nearest Sunday.
Ukraine's two leading think tanks have published their results of presidential and parliamentary election polls, proving to be rather opposite.
According to a new national Fox News Poll of likely voters conducted on Nov. 1-3, Donald Trump narrowed the gap between him and Hilary Clinton to 2% with less than a week before the election.
About 51 percent of Ukrainians want their country to join the European Union, while 19 percent support the Eurasian Customs Union (EACU) with Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.
Recent opinion polls showed that the air strikes committed by the Russian Aerospace Forces in Syria were viewed favorably by 52 percent of respondents.
Over the past 12 months, the trust of Russian citizens in almost all public institutions has declined.
27 percent of Russian citizens expect escalation of tensions with the Western countries and a new round of the Cold War following “the current conflict over Ukraine and Crimea."
60 percent of Ukrainian citizens consider Ukrainian their mother tongue, 22 percent name both Ukrainian and Russian, and 15 percent - Russian.
According to a survey conducted by the Sociological Group "Rating," 63 percent have positive attitude to Alexander Lukashenko, 58 percent - to Angela Merkel.
The number of people intending to vote ‘yes’ in April’s referendum on the EU treaty with Ukraine has risen from 38% to 44.5%, according to a new opinion poll.
Most of the residents of both the Donbas and other regions of Ukraine support preserving the Donetsk and Luhansk regions within the country.
According to the Public Opinion foundation, the number of Russians talking of an economic crisis in their country has reached 72% compared to 68% in August.
About an equal number of Ukrainians prefer armed resistance and civil resistance under foreign military intervention and occupation of their town or village, according to a sociological study of the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS).
An online survey on Ukrainian citizens’ opinion regarding legalization of weapons for self-protection showed that 89 percent of those surveyed support the idea of granting the citizens with the right to possess short-barreled rifled guns for self-protection.