Main GI activities:

–   political, economical, business and legal analysis and expertise
   situations and risks modeling
   scenario drafting and forecasting
   research projects
   programs for local development


GI is a leading research center, which conducts global opinion polls and surveys to study all aspects of social and political life of Ukraine.

GI publishes annual programs of sociological research.

We have created a network of highly qualified interviewers in all regions of Ukraine which allows conducting both national and local surveys.

GI has experience in organizing exit-polls and focus groups for Ukrainian and international clients.

GI has call-centers in Kiev and Dnepropetrovsk with highly qualified and specially trained personnel. All types of research are subjected to mandatory quality control. 

Due to high quality methods and accurate results, GI surveys are trusted in both expert and political circles.

Politicians and highly ranked officials, national and international scale diplomats, heads of companies and corporations, central and local media, state bodies and NGOs focused on a wide range of interest of the civil society use the surveys and the independent analytical documents of GI.

GI is a member of ESOMAR association.

National Expert Forum

Since February 2013, the Institute has been organizing on a rather regular basis the National Expert Forum, involving about 200 participants every time, featuring high-profile Ukrainian and international speakers and largely covered in Ukrainian and international media.

The forum is a high level communication platform where politicians, members of parliaments and experts, diplomats and representatives of the European Parliament, analysts and media meet to discuss the prospects for the development of Ukraine. The expert discussions are focused on the political situation, the state of the Ukrainian economy, the dynamics of development of the civil society, the economic and energy safety, the geopolitical scenarios and the place of Ukraine in the global world.

Gorshenin Weekly

Founded in July 2010, Gorshenin Weekly is a weekly digest of expert analysis covering the most important political, social and economic events in Ukraine. It is the key source of information about opinion polls carried out by the Gorshenin Institute as well as the best professional commentaries on recent developments.

Gorshenin Weekly has over 1000 subscribers in the EU, the USA, Russia, Ukraine and other countries. Its regular customers are representatives of the embassies, the European Commission, the European Parliament  and State Department officials, journalists and experts.

Gorshenin Weekly is available in Russian and English.

International exposure

GI has launched a number of international programs.

GI is cooperating on a variety of projects with European Parliament and European Commission, leading world “think tanks”.

GI is organizing round tables and professional discussions in Brussels, Moscow and Kiev.

European Union’s key officials and politicians receive on a regular basis the Institute’s surveys that present Ukrainian peoples’ views on foreign policy and social issues.

GI works closely with the leading European socio-political and financial publications.


GI is the only consulting structure in Ukraine that is constantly developing its affiliate network.

GI representative offices are located in four largest cities of Ukraine: Kiev, Dnepropetrovsk, Kharkov and Odessa.

GI offices are main local communications and expert platforms which study peculiarities of the regional development of Ukraine.



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