Opinion polls displayed the Ukrainians do not trust its government, including the Cabinet of Ministers.
A high level of mistrust amounted to 85,4% in July 2016.
Sociological study conducted by the centre of the Ukrainian Sociological Unit revealed the results.
Unlike the pervading mistrust to the Cabinet, respondents demonstrated more support to the Antimonopoly Service of Ukraine.
In the course of the survey, the respondents were asked to share their opinion on the main state bodies and their leaders.
They were also asked to estimate the ministries and their departments, and, finally the Cabinet of Ukraine that chaired by PM Vladymyr Groisman.
The significant drop in trust was recorded in July compared to one month prior. The Ukrainians showed 85,4% of mistrust with the previous figure of 70,1% in June respectively.
Personal rating of PM Groisman has echoed the inconsolable statistics.
The National Bank Of Ukraine has the lowest trust rate (98,2%) along with the Ministry of Finance (95,6%) and the Ministry of Economic Development (91,5%).
And conversely, respondents demonstrated more trust to the Antimonopoly Service of Ukraine granting it the trust level of 56,7% (12% do not rust, 31,3% find it difficult to answer).