After the summer, the Ukrainians were worse treated in Russia – pollUncategorized October 30, 2017
The amount of positively minded Ukrainians from late spring decreased slightly in September was 37% (vs 44% in may). It is reported, citing its own study of the Kiev international Institute of sociology.
Almost 90% of Ukrainians believe that the country should be an independent state, and wanting closed borders and customs with Russia – almost half of respondents (49% against 43% in may).
4% of respondents want “one country”.
In September 2017 to the country-occupier Russia “good” or “very good” were understood to 37% of Ukrainian respondents, “poor” or “very bad” – 46%, another 17% are undecided.
The number of positively minded towards Russia Ukrainians from late spring decreased from 44% to 37%.
Dynamics of the positive attitude of Ukrainians to Russia and of the Russian population in Ukraine (% of those who apply to another country as “good” and “very good”; on RF – data of Levada-centre):
The survey was conducted from 16 September to 1 October 2017 by personal interview 2040 respondents among the age of 18 years, residing in 108 settlements in all regions of Ukraine, except the temporarily occupied Crimea and parts of the Luhansk and Donetsk regions.
See also: More than half of Russians have bad attitude to Ukraine (interview 31 March – 3 April 2017)