Tag: Kyiv International Institute of Sociology

Ukrainians Fear Russia But Don’t Trust EU

March 23, 2015

Staunton, March 20 — Since the Maidan, a new Kyiv poll shows, the share of Ukrainians favoring EU integration has risen from 41 percent to 47.2 percent since the Maidan, while the share of those backing integration with Moscow has fallen from 35 percent to 12.3 percent. At the same time, the portion of Ukrainians […]

70 Percent of Ukrainians but Only 26 Percent of Russians Say There is a War Between Their Countries

October 24, 2014

Staunton, October 22 – Seventy percent of Ukrainians say that there is a war going on between Russia and Ukraine, while only 26 percent of Russians agree with that, a remarkable testimonial to Moscow media’s power to distort the situation — and one that also has had a impact in the West where many governments […]

Ukrainians Now Almost Unanimous in Supporting Independent Ukraine

August 25, 2014

Staunton, August 24 – Vladimir Putin’s Crimean Anschluss which was intended among other things to highlight or promote divisions among Ukrainians about the status of their country has had exactly the opposite effect: It has boosted the share of supporters of independent statehood from 83 percent to 90 percent, the highest ever. In reporting the poll […]