The Servant of the People, Opposition Platform-For Life, Holos (Voice), European Solidarity and Fatherland are expected to clear a 5% threshold in the snap parliamentary election on 21 July, according to a survey carried out by the Razumkov Centre on 5-11 July 2019.
The president's Servant of the People enjoys the highest support: 31.8% of all respondents and 41.5% of those are planning to go to the polls and have made up their mind whom to support.
Opposition Platform-For Life is popular with 9.7% of all respondents and 12.5% of those inclined to vote and made up their mind. It is followed by Holos with 7% and 8.8% respectively, European Solidarity with 6.1% and 8.3%, and Fatherland with 6.1% and 7%.
Below the threshold are Strength and Dignity (3.7% and 4.6%), Opposition Bloc (3% and 3.8%), Freedom (1.9% and 2.5%), Oleh Lyashko's Radical Party (2% and 2.4%), Groysman's Ukrainian Strategy (1.5% and 2%), Civic Position (1.6% and 1.8%), and Self-Help (1.5% and 1.4%).
Some 13.7% of the respondents have not made up their mind as for who to vote for.
The Servant of the People is particularly popular in the south and centre, Opposition Platform-For Life in the east and south, Holos in the west (13.6%), European Solidarity in the west (9.9%) and centre (7%).
The pollster interviewed 2,018 respondents aged 18 and above in all regions of Ukraine, except for Crimea and occupied areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions. The margin of error (disregarding the design effect) does not exceed 2.3% with 0.95 probability.