“Ukraine's Independence Day”


On 16-18 August, 2010 Gorshenin Institute has conducted a phone survey “Ukraine's Independence Day”.

A total of 1000 respondents age 18 or older representing all 25 regional centers, Kiev and Sebastopol, were selected at random following a systematic procedure aimed at filling sex, age and community quotas. The margin of error is no higher then +/-3.2%.

Are you proud to be the citizen of Ukraine?

What is your opinion regarding Ukraine becoming independent in 1991?

If a referendum on Ukraine's neutral status took place today, how would you vote?

What kind of country would you like Ukraine to be in 20 years?



“Poroshenko’s address to the UN. What should the Ukrainian President tell the world?”

Round table to be held on Tuesday, 19 September, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. at the Gorshenin Institute



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…

Lawmakers name Ukraine's biggest challenges in 2017

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

Privatbank's nationalization was inevitable but untimely – experts

Experts shared their predictions on the aftermath of the deal with LB.ua.

"Visa-free travel is not an issue of Ukraine but the EU and the whole world"

The experts interviewed by Gorshenin Institute have shared cautious optimism about the EU granting a visa-free status to Ukraine in the near future. However, they said it was too early for Ukrainian diplomats and civil society to be complacent…
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