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Latest polling has the party of Ukrainian Prime Minister Yatsenyuk at one per cent

If an election were to take place this month to the Verkhovna Rada (Ukrainian parliament), the ‘People’s Front’ party of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk would score only one per cent of the vote and fail to return to Parliament.

This is one of many significant findings in an extensive poll released by the sociological survey group Rating Group Ukraine and published on its website.

The poll show that in the hypothetical Rada election scenario, Bloc Poroshenko would garner 13 per cent support, Fatherland, Self Reliance and the Opposition Bloc would each win 11 per cent, the Radical Party of Oleg Lyashko, Right Sectorand Svoboda Party would gather seve, six and five per cent, respectively.

Other political forces would not reach the five per cent barrier needed to win Parliamentary representation. In the Parliamentary election on year ago, Yatsenyuk’s ‘People Front’ electoral machine topped the result with 23 per cent.

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