Poll – Kiev International Institute of Sociology pubished Feb 9,2006 Poll Date:18-28 January

February 9, 2006

Link http://www.kiis.com.ua/eng/doc/09022006/press09022006.doc
Source Kiev International Institute of Sociology
Date February 9, 2006 Poll Date: 18-28 January, 2006
Name of the party or electoral bloc
PR Party of Regions (PR)
NS-NU Bloc ‘Our Ukraine’ (NS-NU)
BYuT Yuliya Tymoshenko Bloc (BYuT)
KPU Communist Party of Ukraine (KPU)
SPU Socialist Party of Ukraine (SPU)
LPB Lytvyn’s People’s Bloc (LPB)
NVB Nataliya Vitrenko Bloc ‘People’s Opposition’ (NVB)
CBP Civil Bloc PORA-PRP’ (CBP)
GRN Green Party (Grn)
UPBKP Ukrainian People’s Bloc of Kostenko and Plyusch
OBNY Oppositional bloc NOT YES! (OBNY)
Party Block Poll% Vote% Seats% No of Seats
PR 29.90% 39.08% 42.78% 192
NS-NU 18.50% 24.18% 26.47% 119
BYuT 10.40% 13.59% 14.88% 67
KPU 4.50% 5.88% 6.44% 29
SPU 4.00% 5.23% 5.72% 26
LPB 2.60% 3.40% 3.72% 17
NVB 1.30% 1.70%
CBP 0.70% 0.92%
GRN 0.60% 0.78%
UPBKP 0.50% 0.65%
OBNY 0.50% 0.65%
Others 3.00% 3.92%
Sum 76.50% 100.00% 100.00% 450
Undecided 13.50%
Balance 10.00%
Summary 100.00%




Notes:


This poll was the most comprehensive in terms of the provision of result data.


Democracy alive and well in Ukraine – Ukrainians value their vote.
Whilst all published polls differ considerably what is clear is that democracy in Ukraine is alive and well with between 76.5% and 90% intending to vote. This is far greater then in the United States where only 40-50% of the adult population vote.


The Lytvyn block with 17 seats would hold the potential balance of any outcome


This poll shows that there is an undecided vote of 13.5% which could change the outcome of the election and the balance of power in the formation of any coalition or alliance.


This poll has Pora well below the 3% equal +/- 0.1% to the Green Party.


8.63% of voters who vote for minor parties will be disenfranchised with their vote not being considered in determining the results of the election. With a preferential ballot system these votes would be redistributed according to voters nominated preferences.

http://ukraine2006election.blogspot.com

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Poll – Kiev International Institute of Sociology pubished Feb 9,2006 Poll Date:18-28 January

February 9, 2006

Link http://www.kiis.com.ua/eng/doc/09022006/press09022006.doc
Source Kiev International Institute of Sociology
Date February 9, 2006 Poll Date: 18-28 January, 2006
Name of the party or electoral bloc
PR Party of Regions (PR)
NS-NU Bloc ‘Our Ukraine’ (NS-NU)
BYuT Yuliya Tymoshenko Bloc (BYuT)
KPU Communist Party of Ukraine (KPU)
SPU Socialist Party of Ukraine (SPU)
LPB Lytvyn’s People’s Bloc (LPB)
NVB Nataliya Vitrenko Bloc ‘People’s Opposition’ (NVB)
CBP Civil Bloc PORA-PRP’ (CBP)
GRN Green Party (Grn)
UPBKP Ukrainian People’s Bloc of Kostenko and Plyusch
OBNY Oppositional bloc NOT YES! (OBNY)
Party Block Poll% Vote% Seats% No of Seats
PR 29.90% 39.08% 42.78% 192
NS-NU 18.50% 24.18% 26.47% 119
BYuT 10.40% 13.59% 14.88% 67
KPU 4.50% 5.88% 6.44% 29
SPU 4.00% 5.23% 5.72% 26
LPB 2.60% 3.40% 3.72% 17
NVB 1.30% 1.70%
CBP 0.70% 0.92%
GRN 0.60% 0.78%
UPBKP 0.50% 0.65%
OBNY 0.50% 0.65%
Others 3.00% 3.92%
Sum 76.50% 100.00% 100.00% 450
Undecided 13.50%
Balance 10.00%
Summary 100.00%




Notes:


This poll was the most comprehensive in terms of the provision of result data.


Democracy alive and well in Ukraine – Ukrainians value their vote.
Whilst all published polls differ considerably what is clear is that democracy in Ukraine is alive and well with between 76.5% and 90% intending to vote. This is far greater then in the United States where only 40-50% of the adult population vote.


The Lytvyn block with 17 seats would hold the potential balance of any outcome


This poll shows that there is an undecided vote of 13.5% which could change the outcome of the election and the balance of power in the formation of any coalition or alliance.


This poll has Pora well below the 3% equal +/- 0.1% to the Green Party.


8.63% of voters who vote for minor parties will be disenfranchised with their vote not being considered in determining the results of the election. With a preferential ballot system these votes would be redistributed according to voters nominated preferences.

http://ukraine2006election.blogspot.com