“Does Ukraine need a coalition”

11.03.2010

The phone survey “Does Ukraine need a coalition” was carried out on March 9th through March 10th 2010.

The survey was conducted by Gorshenin Institute among 1000 respondents age 18 or older representing all 25 regional centers with the margin of error no higher then 3.2%.

In your opinion does Ukraine need a new coalition? (majority in the Parliament)

  • Yes (Majority in the Parliament should make key decisions and be responsible for them) – 63,0%
  • No (it will not do anything, it’s all political games) – 25,3%
  • Can’t answer – 11,6%

Do you support creation of a new coalition even if the Constitution of Ukraine is breached in the process?

  • Support strongly – 7,4%
  • Support somewhat – 7,9%
  • Rather don’t support – 6,8%
  • Don’t support – 68,6%
  • Don’t have an answer – 9,3%

Do you believe that the new coalition will be efficient?

  • Yes – 35,5%
  • No – 48,3%
  • Can’t answer – 16,2%

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