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25.01.2019

Almost 60% want Ukraine in EU – poll by Gorshenin Institute

The figure has not changed much since May 2018.
12.12.2018

Ukraine’s first survey on AI presented in Kyiv

Experts insist on the need to form a National Strategy for innovative environment development within the framework of a public-private partnership and raise international investment for research.
24.10.2018

Half of Ukrainians support NATO entry – poll by Gorshenin Institute

Some 11.5% failed to make up their mind.
12.10.2018

Most Ukrainians not ready to pay more for better public health care – study

They prefer official employment even if they are paid less.
12.10.2018

Social democratic ideology most popular in Ukraine – study

Most Ukrainians have no clear understanding of ideologies.
31.01.2018

Gorshenin Institute, Friedrich Ebert Foundation present "Ukrainian society and European values" survey

Ukrainian and German experts, representatives of the German Foreign Ministry, OSCE, members of the Bundestag, the European Parliament and journalists discussed the issues of mutual relations with Ukraine. 
31.03.2017

The French elections, seen from Ukraine

Ahead of France’s presidential election, Ukraine’s experience shows that opinion polls may be skewed by underlying hatred of the ruling classes and institutions. President of the Gorshenin Institute Vadym Omelchenko warns that ultra-conservatism…
21.12.2016

Lawmakers name Ukraine's biggest challenges in 2017

The greatest of threats are political squabbles, failures in foreign policy and the conflict in Donbas.

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25.01.2019

Almost 60% want Ukraine in EU – poll by Gorshenin Institute

The figure has not changed much since May 2018.
12.12.2018

Ukraine’s first survey on AI presented in Kyiv

Experts insist on the need to form a National Strategy for innovative environment development within the framework of a public-private partnership and raise international investment for research.
24.10.2018

Half of Ukrainians support NATO entry – poll by Gorshenin Institute

Some 11.5% failed to make up their mind.
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