Trust in Zelensky and ‘Servant of the People’ party shows a downward trend, – poll results

Source: Kyiv Institute of Sociology

According to the latest survey by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology, trust to president Volodymyr Zelensky and his political force ‘Servant of the People’ has a tendency to decrease.

The poll compared the rating of trust in Zelensky from the beginning of his presidency to May 2024. According to the results, in September 2019, Zelensky had 80% support and only 9% did not trust him.

Before the start of the full-scale Russian invasion, in February 2022, only 37% trusted Zelensky, while the distrust rating jumped to 52%. In May 2022, during the third month of the full-scale war, his approval rating rose again to a record high of 90%, while the distrust rating dropped to 7%.

However, during the war years, the president’s rating began to fall again. In particular, 77% expressed confidence in Zelensky in December 2023, 64% in February 2024, and 59% in May 2024. On the other hand, the number of those who do not trust the president is increasing – 22%, 35% and 36%, respectively.

The trust rating of the ‘Servant of the People’ party, which won the majority of votes in the 2019 parliamentary elections, also dropped significantly.

The latest survey shows that only 7% of Ukrainians rate the activity of the party as ‘good’ or ‘rather good’. 31% of respondents rated the party neutrally, while the majority – 55% – answered that they rate the activities of the party as ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’.

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