According to the poll, carried out by Kiev International Institute for Sociology, just under 70% of Ukrainians believe Yushchenko should leave his post, whereas just over 19% believe he should stay.
When asked if Yushchenko should be impeached, just over 56% of those polled were in favor with almost 27% against.
In the same survey, respondents were asked about the country's prime minister, Yulia Tymoshenko, and whether she should step down. The results showed that just over 43% were in favor of her stepping down, whereas just over 45% believe she should remain in office.
The poll was carried out between January 29 and February 5 and involved a sample of 1642 respondents from around the country with a 3.7% margin of error.