“Moral orientations of Ukrainians”


On 28-30 October 2011, Gorshenin Institute conducted a telephone survey about moral orientations of Ukrainians.

As many as 1,000 randomly sampled adults, aged 18 years and older, living in all Ukrainian regions, as well as the cities of Kiev and Sevastopol were interviewed. Region, sex and the age of respondents were selected as quotas. The maximum margin of sampling error is +/-3.2 percentage points.

Who or what do you consider the main representative of moral values?

(you can choose several options)

  • Family – 83.2%
  • Church – 37.2%
  • School or another educational institution – 27.0%
  • Literature – 24.8%
  • Cinematography – 22.6%
  • The state – 21.3%
  • Other – 3.5%
  • No answer – 2.4%

What is your attitude towards such petty law violations as the following:

What is your attitude towards violations of such norms of social behavior as the following:

What is your attitude towards violations of such moral norms as the following?




Co-organisers: Gorshenin Institute and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Ukraine&Belarus, with support of the National Committee for Industrial Development



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