Those are results of street interviews “Advise a Deputy on Election Legislation,” held by the Civil Initiative Support Center jointly with the election coalition DZVIN, were presented by Center Chairman Andriy Kartashov at a press conference at UKRINFORM.
“By results of our poll, this year over 66% of voters intending to come to the elections,” Kartashov has said. At the same time, according to him, almost 20% of the interviewed said that they will not vote and 14% - were undecided.
According to poll results, 28 percent of respondents in choosing a candidate were guided by his/her political views, 24% will primarily pay attention to his/her reputation and 19% - to a candidate's ability to help the city and 11% - to render a material support to them.
As Kartashov noted, characterizing an ideal deputy, voters noted that the chosen candidate should primarily be able to really help people, be a good economic executive, honest and responsive person, professional in one's affairs, democratic and tolerant, able for compromises and negotiations, have work experience at a leading position, able to develop and to defend laws, be a man of the people, as well as an influential person with connections. “The “party” category appeared to be on the last position. In other words, party belonging is not a substantial characteristic of the candidate for Ukrainians,” the Board Chairman of the Civil Initiative Support Center said.
Among deputies' actions that disturb most respondents named bribery and corruption (33%), constant change of political convictions, i.e., transfer from one party to another (15%), violations of human rights and freedoms (12%), non-fulfillment of pre-election obligations (11%), immunity and impunity (9%), loss of relation with voters (8%), ignoring or abuse of duties - non-attendance of VR meetings and voting for absent counterparts (7%), as well as concealment of “dark” facts of one's biography, income level, etc. (5%).
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