“Failures more than victories”: the sociologists showed how Ukrainians assess the year of his presidency Zelensky

''Провалов больше, чем побед'': социологи показали, как украинцы оценивают год президентства Зеленского

More and more Ukrainians considered responsible for the socio-economic situation in the country President Vladimir Zelensky, not the government.

This is evidenced by the results of a poll held on 22 may, 29 Center SOCIS. In may, President key responsibility was laid a large part of the population (28,6%), the government of Ukraine was in second place (21.9 percent). In March, the corresponding figures were 35.5 per cent (government) and 31.4% (President), – stated in the message of the sociologists.

More than half (56.1 per cent) of the population believes that the events in Ukraine developing in the wrong direction. The first year of Vladimir Zelensky in the office of the President is evaluated very critically. Compared to September of last year, significantly increased negative feelings: disappointment (from 7% to 28.8%), despair (from 2.8% to 6.2%), apathy (from 1.9% to 3.7%). But the 17% decrease in the level of hope (from 45.5% in September last year to 28.5% in may of this year).

Doubled the percentage of respondents who believe that the voters made the wrong choice by voting for Vladimir Zelensky (from 14.2% to 29.2%).

The majority of respondents believes that failures at Vladimir Zelensky was more than victories. Since September, the number of such respondents has increased almost threefold (from 13.9% to 37.9%).

Execution Zelensky campaign promises on a scale primarily rated “1” (“not done”). The duties of the Commander in chief has estimated at an average of 2.5, and the representation of Ukraine in the international arena – average rating of 2.8.

With half of the population (51,3%) still believes that the presidency of Vladimir Zelensky will be for the country successful, but the number of optimists since September last year fell almost a quarter (in September was 74.7%).

The study was conducted from 22 to 29 may, a telephone survey (CATI) using tablets. Sample representerait the adult population of Ukraine (except Crimea and uncontrolled territories in the East of Ukraine). The sample size of 2,000 respondents.