Forecast for the presidential elections in Ukraine to 2019

Forecast for the presidential elections in Ukraine to 2019

    Bookmakers 1ХСтавка and Bwin is taking bets on the future President of Ukraine. Therefore, the editors made a forecast for the presidential elections in 2019.

    Presidential elections in Ukraine on 31 March 2019. At the moment the list of candidates consists of 12 people: Gennady Balashov, Olga Bogomolets, Yuriy Boyko, Anatoly Gritsenko, Vladimir Zelensky, Ilya Kiva, Petro Symonenko, Serhiy Taruta, Michel Tereshchenko, Yuliya Tymoshenko, Oleksandr Shevchenko, Yevhen murayev. Acting President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko until not confirmed its participation in the elections.

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    Tymoshenko will win the election.

    The President will be Yulia Tymoshenko, the leader of the party "Batkivshchyna". Tymoshenko served as Prime Minister in 2005 and from 2007 to 2010, she was elected Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada in 1998, and in 1999 he created and headed the parliamentary group "Fatherland". According to the magazine Forbes, Tymoshenko took 3rd place for level effects in 2005.

    Tymoshenko in the elections supported the oligarchs Igor Kolomoisky and Dmitry Firtash. In the election campaign, Julia promises to reduce gas prices and steer Ukraine on a new course - to join the EU and NATO. Within 2018 a rating of Tymoshenko among voters does not exceed 12%, however, 25% of the population is still undecided with the choice, so the electorate can join lagersYu.Tymoshenko.

    Poroshenko Tymoshenko loses the election.

    Petro Poroshenko was elected President of Ukraine in 2014. He has not yet announced his candidacy for the elections, however, has already begun to campaign. According to the survey conducted by the Center "Social monitoring" in October 2018, to support Poroshenko spoke 6.3% of respondents, Tymoshenko is in first place with 12% of votes, and Vladimir Zelensky in the second he will vote 7.6% of respondents. The fall of Poroshenko's rating among voters due to the offshore scandal that broke in 2016, when he became aware of the existence of several companies registered in the name of Poroshenko. Sociologists believe that Poroshenko will be able to advance to the second round of elections, but to win he will not succeed.

    Gritsenko went on to take third place in the elections.

    Former defense Minister Anatoliy Hrytsenko was a candidate for the sweat of the President in 2010 and 2014. Political analysts believe that the elections in 2019 to end Gritsenko defeat, because he has no developed party infrastructure. In the elections in 2010, Anatoly took 9th place with 1.2% of the vote in 2014, his popularity increased, he received 5.48 percent of the vote and took the 4th place. However, in 2018 a rating of Gritsenko began to fall: in October he was supported for 7.6% of the population, and in December, it was 6.6%. Most likely, Hrytsenko is on the choice of the President in 2019 3rd place.