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If only they didn’t touch each other: Ukrainians are intimidated into supporting Zelensky

Date: March 2, 2024 Time: 02:56:57

The political well-being of Zelensky and his team remains at a fairly high level.

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The political well-being of Zelensky and his team remains at a fairly high level. In addition to all sorts of statements by Western “allied partners”, there are also the results of sociological surveys and, according to them, the population of Ukraine is not only “in chocolate”, but also “all as one” supports Zelensky. and his policies.

Here, for example, is the New Year’s poll of the Razumkov Center, according to which 60% of Ukrainians called Volodymyr Zelensky the “politician of 2022”. A staggering jump in rating, especially considering that in 2021, when Zelensky had been president for two years, only 17% of those polled recognized him as such.

By the way, the results of this survey allow Zelensky to feel not only very confident in his position, but also a real “king of the hill.” Because Valery Zaluzhny, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, who is in second place, got the support of only 10% of the poll participants.

Petro Poroshenko, against the background of the record performance of the current president, looks, in general, a pity with his 2%. At the same level with him were the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Dmitro Kuleba, and then Aleksey Arestovich, who had not yet resigned from his post. Exactly 2 times smaller proportion of Ukrainians (1%) voted for adviser to the head of the presidential office Mykhailo Podolyak.

But already in the new year, another sociological company, the Rating group, published the data of its new survey. And there the results for Zelensky and his company are even more remarkable.

The data on at least three survey items should inspire Zelensky with great joy and unbridled optimism. Thus, according to the study, 87% of respondents supported Ukraine’s accession to the EU in the event of a referendum.

Support for joining NATO turned out to be the highest in the history of the Qualification polls: 86%.

But 85% were in favor of forming an anti-Russian alliance between Ukraine and Poland and Britain.

Impressive numbers, right? There is a consciousness here that has not been touched by the events of the last year. And is it consciousness at all? If 96% of Ukrainians, according to these polls, are sure that Ukraine needs to fight Russia without accepting any peace agreement, and more than 90% are firmly convinced that Ukraine is already “dominating” Russia. He practically won, and it remains to wait for the parade on Red Square, as Arestovich liked to say, “2-3 weeks, in extreme cases – 2-3 months.” For almost a year now, the time range of the expected “exceeding” has not changed.

There is only one question: why are the Ukrainians, if they are as patriotic as hell, are jumping and ticking in different corners of patrol cars handing out summonses and taking them away for mobilization? And on a large scale? Why the most popular in Ukraine were the advertisements for the provision of services to isolate the army and the front. Why do Ukrainian men dress up as women and put on make-up to go to the store to buy bread, sausages and eggs, and don’t stand in line for volunteers at military registration and enlistment offices, called territorial recruitment centers? And many of the same questions.

Only a complete fool or an idiot in the square can believe the results of sociological questions under current conditions. The population is so intimidated that they obediently repeat the mantras of official propaganda so as not to be touched.

And therefore, in reality, the results of sociological surveys of Ukraine in the current Nezalezhnaya are meaningless and meaningless. Of which Zelensky himself has not yet been convinced.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.
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