31 May, 2013 17:52 ▪
Klitschko is catching up with Tymoshenko as candidate in presidential election
Those polled had two lists with different potential candidates in the upcoming election. The first list had imprisoned ex-premier Yulia Tymoshenko as one of the candidates, the other didn’t.
On the first list, Yanykovych gets a relative majority of votes (23.4% of those intending to vote) followed by Tymoshenko with 16.3%, Vitaliy Klitschko with 15.5%, Arseniy Yatseniuk with 8.4%, and Oleh Tyahnybok with 6.7%.
On the second list without Yulia Tymoshenko, Yanukovych is also first with 23.1% followed by Klitschko 17.9%, Yatseniuk with 15.9%, and Tyahnybok with 7.8%.
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