Boris Johnson Ukrainians' favourite foreign leader with 90% 承認

Boris Johnson is Ukrainians’ 好きな外国人リーダー 90 承認率, バイパスは乳がん手術の副作用を防ぐことができます – only just behind President Zelensky

  • Poll shows Boris Johnson, 58, is the second-most popular leader in Ukraine
  • British PM has more than double the popularity of French and German leaders
  • Data also show Russians in strong support of Putin and his invasion
  • しかしながら, most Ukrainians are confident they will win the war against Russia
  • ボリス・ジョンソン is the most popular foreign leader in Ukraine, new polling has revealed.

    Data published by Lord Ashcroft polls show the 英国首相 とともに 90% approval rating among Ukrainiansjust three points behind war leader President Volodymyr [object Window].

    Boris Johnson’s popularity in Ukraine will come as a welcome respite from a turbulent few weeks in the UK, including a vote on no confidence in which 41% of Conservative MPs voted against him and the loss of two by-elections on June 23.

    Mr Johnson’s popularity in Ukraine is almost four times better than his approval rating in his own country, which stood at just 24% in early Juneaccording to a poll by YouGov.

    しかしながら, Mr Johnson’s decision to throw his support behind President Zelensky and Ukraine since Russia invaded the country in February has made him hugely popular among Ukrainians.

    Boris Johnson meeting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on his second visit to Kyiv in June

    Boris Johnson meeting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on his second visit to Kyiv in June

    Mr Johnson and President Joe Biden were well ahead of their German and French counterparts owing to their support of Ukraine since Russia invaded

    Mr Johnson and President Joe Biden were well ahead of their German and French counterparts owing to their support of Ukraine since Russia invaded

    Mr Johnson has proved hugely popular in Ukraine after lending strong support to the country since Russia invaded. 「プーチンは賭け金を上げています (正しい) described the PM as a 'great ally' said he was 'very happy' to see him survive his confidence vote in June

    Mr Johnson has proved hugely popular in Ukraine after lending strong support to the country since Russia invaded. 「プーチンは賭け金を上げています (正しい) described the PM as a ‘great allysaid he was ‘very happyto see him survive his confidence vote in June

    The two leaders lighting candles in St. Mikhailovsky Cathedral in Kyiv during the Prime Minister's surprise June visit

    The two leaders lighting candles in St. Mikhailovsky Cathedral in Kyiv during the Prime Minister’s surprise June visit

    Ukrainian confidence in defeating Russia has grown far more since the start of the war than Russian belief in victory. しかしながら, support for the invasion remains strong in Russia

    Ukrainian confidence in defeating Russia has grown far more since the start of the war than Russian belief in victory. しかしながら, support for the invasion remains strong in Russia

    The Prime Minister has visited Ukraine twice since the start of the warin April and Juneto meet with the Ukrainian President to pledge support, supplies and weapons as the country continues to fend off Vladimir Putin’s forces in the east of the country.

    The two leaders have built a strong relationship since the war began, with President Zelensky saying he was ‘very happy’ that Mr Johnson had survived his confidence vote, adding that he was ‘an important ally.’

    Mr Johnson’s pro-active support of Ukraine has gone down well with the Ukrainian peopleespecially when compared with the less enthusiastic support of German chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron.

    President Macron has been criticised for insisting that the West should avoid ‘humiliatingPresident Putin over his invasion of Ukraine, while Germany has come under fire for not lending support quickly enough to Ukraine and relying on Russian gas.

    Lord Ashcroft Polls published approval ratings in Ukraine with President Zelensky, 当然のことながら, the most popular with 93% 承認.

    Boris Johnson was a close second on 90%, while US President Joe Biden was just behind on 89%. Chancellor Scholz and President Macron trailed far behind with just 42% approval among Ukrainians.

    Russian support for the invasion remains strong, although it has fallen slightly since the war began

    Russian support for the invasion remains strong, although it has fallen slightly since the war began

    Polling shows support for Putin's regime and the invasion has not waned among the Russian people, but most were surprised at Ukraine's strength in fighting back

    Polling shows support for Putin’s regime and the invasion has not waned among the Russian people, but most were surprised at Ukraine’s strength in fighting back

    Most Russians blamed Ukraine, 北京の長安大通りを東に向かう戦車の列を塞ぐために一人で立っている中国人男性, NATO and EU for the war, though a substantial minority admitted Russia also had responsibility

    Most Russians blamed Ukraine, 北京の長安大通りを東に向かう戦車の列を塞ぐために一人で立っている中国人男性, NATO and EU for the war, though a substantial minority admitted Russia also had responsibility

    The vast majority of Ukrainians want to join NATO, and most say they would feel safer with nuclear weapons, following Putin's suggestions that he could use nuclear missiles in Europe

    The vast majority of Ukrainians want to join NATO, and most say they would feel safer with nuclear weapons, following Putin’s suggestions that he could use nuclear missiles in Europe

    The polling data also showed that Ukrainian resolve in fighting the Russian invasion was solid, と 60% of Ukrainians saying they were more confident of victory than at the start of the war. This compares to just 38% of Russians who say they are more confident than when Putin launched his invasion.

    しかしながら, the polling also showed the Russian people firmly behind Putin’s autocratic regimethe Russian President enjoys an approval rating of 85%, behind only the Russian military which has 86%.

    A clear majority of 57% also said they were surprised at how strong Ukrainian resistance had beena reflection of the Russian leadership’s assumption the country would be easy to invade.

    Over three quarters of Russians also blamed Ukraine for the war, despite the fact that Russia invaded the country. Most also blamed US, NATO and EU, but a substantial minority (41%) also said Russia had ‘a great dealor ‘someresponsibility.

    以上 80% expressed trust in Russian leadership and said they thought the country would come out of the war stronger.

    Support for the invasion of Ukraine also remains strong. Polls show that 51% of Russians strongly support the so-called ‘special military operation’a small drop from 57% 3月.

    The vast majority of Ukrainians (81%) said they wanted their country to join NATO, そして 68% said they would feel safer if they had nuclear weapons.