OREANDA-NEWS. Almost 70% of Ukrainians believe that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky should not run for a second term, according to a survey published on the website of the Razumkov Center.

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."