Almost 70 Percent of Ukrainians are Against Zelensky's Second Term, a Poll Showed
Zelensky became president of Ukraine in the spring of 2019. According to the results of the first round of elections, he received the largest number of votes (30.24%) among all candidates and twice as many as Poroshenko, who was then head of state. In the second round of elections, Zelenskiy won, gaining 73.22%. Then he stated that he was elected president for only one term.
"Only 3% of citizens believe that President Volodymyr Zelensky will fulfill all (or almost all) of his election promises by the end of his term of office, 15% (respondents believe - ed.) That he will fulfill most of his election promises, 18% will fulfill less than half of them , 24.5% - will fulfill a small part of the promises, 29% - that he will not fulfill a single promise, "the survey says.
In addition, 18% of respondents believe that Zelensky should run for a second presidential term, and 67.5% of Ukrainian citizens believe that he should not do this.
At the same time, 42.5% of respondents believe that the pro-presidential party "Servant of the People" is worse than the "old" parties, 33% of respondents believe that it does not differ significantly from them, and only 14% of citizens are sure that this is really a "party of new people. "that makes positive changes in society."