“Euro 2012 in Ukraine”

30.07.2012

On 21-25 July 2012, the Gorshenin Institute conducted a telephone survey.

As many as 2,000 randomly sampled adults aged 18 years and older, living in all the Ukrainian regions, as well as in the cities of Kiev and Sevastopol were interviewed. Region, sex and the age of respondents were selected as quotas. The margin of error is +/-2.2 percentage points.

1. What did Euro 2012 bring to you?

(you can choose several options)

  • The feeling of pride, patriotism – 40.0%
  • The feeling of festivity, an opportunity to have a good time – 23.0%
  • Disappointment – 11.3%
  • New impressions – 7.2%
  • Inconvenience, discomfort – 4.5%
  • An opportunity to earn money – 1.9%
  • New interesting acquaintances – 1.0%
  • Other – 7.9%
  • No answer – 19.8%

2. How do you evaluate Ukraine’s overall preparation for Euro 2012?

  • Definitely positively – 33.5%
  • Rather positively – 35.0%
  • Rather negatively – 13.9%
  • Definitely negatively – 6.6%
  • No answer – 11.0%

3. In your opinion, did the hosting of Euro 2012 promote the unification of the country?

  • Definitely yes – 32.3%
  • Probably yes – 25.0%
  • Probably no – 13.1%
  • Definitely no – 15.7%
  • No answer – 13.9%

4. In your opinion, did the hosting of Euro 2012 contribute to the improvement of the Ukrainian infrastructure (roads, railways and bus stations, airports, etc.)?

  • Definitely yes – 35.4%
  • Probably yes – 28.6%
  • Probably no – 13.9%
  • Definitely no – 11.6%
  • No answer – 10.5%

5. Did you follow the Euro 2012 matches?

  • Yes, completely – 42.9%
  • Yes, from time to time – 43.4%
  • No – 13.7%

6. Where did you mostly watch the football matches?

(you can choose no more than two options)

  • At home – 73.8%
  • In bars, restaurants, cafes – 5.6%
  • At a stadium – 3.9%
  • In fan zones – 3.7%
  • At a friend’s or relative’s place – 3.1%
  • Other – 0.7%
  • Did not watch any matches at all – 15.3%
  • No answer – 0.9%

7. Would you like Ukraine to host international sports events (Olympic Games, championships, etc.) in the future?

  • Definitely yes – 69.1%
  • Probably yes – 14.4%
  • Probably no – 4.4%
  • Definitely no – 5.7%
  • No answer – 6.4%

8. In your opinion, how did Ukraine’s international image change after it hosted Еuro 2012?

  • Definitely improved – 41.9%
  • Probably improved – 33.1%
  • Probably became worse – 4.9%
  • Definitely became worse – 2.7%
  • No answer – 17.4%

9. Do you believe that the hosting of Euro 2012 can be considered as success in Ukraine’s foreign policy?

  • Definitely yes – 37.7%
  • Probably yes – 18.6%
  • Probably no – 12.5%
  • Definitely no – 12.5%
  • No answer – 18.7%

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