New National Poll: Ukrainians Oppose Russia and Want to Join the EU

Kyiv, April 30, 2014

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The vast majority of Ukrainians don’t support Russian intervention in Ukraine and think Ukraine should remain a united, unitary state with strong ties to the EU. These were the results of a recent survey conducted in Ukraine by the public opinion and market research company Baltic Surveys/The Gallup Organization on behalf of the International Republican Institute (IRI). Despite Russia’s claims to the contrary, almost two-thirds of Russian-speaking citizens and eastern Ukrainians don’t want Russian “protection”. More than half of Russian speakers strongly approve the interim government. According to IRI polling, there is a striking difference between the true opinions of Ukrainians and how they are being portrayed by Russian propaganda. Continue reading

“Congratulations, Putin!” – the new shocking social poll in Russia

08.04.2014 14:08

“Congratulations, Putin!”

Just now we conducted a public opinion poll together with the Agency for Social Research for an order, a sample of 4200 people, classical sampling of respondents, phone calls, the street. The question: “Do you support the introduction of troops into Ukraine”, without explanation about Crimea, Donbas, and Kyiv.

56.8% – yes, 19.6% – no. In the protesting, intelligent Moscow it’s 51% / 24%, in St.Petersburg 47% / 31%.

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Ukrainians ready to change the balance of power in the Rada

Wednesday, March, 26, 2014, 18:45

According to data from a survey conducted by SOCIS, KIIS, Rating, and Rozumkov Centre, 65.8% of Ukrainians favor the holding of early parliamentary elections.

65.8% of respondents are for early parliamentary elections, 17.5 % – against it, 16.7 % – are undecided.

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Poroshenko takes the lead in the presidential race

poroWednesday, March, 26, 2014, 18:48

According to data from a survey conducted by SOCIS, KIIS, Rating, and Rozumkov Centre, Petro Poroshenko clearly leads in the presidential rating with more than twice as high a percentage as Vitali Klitschko and Yulia Tymoshenko.

According to reports, Ukrainians currently show very high level of electoral interest, with about 84 % of voters willing to participate in elections.

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