"Ukraine today"

03.12.2013

The street survey was conducted by Gorshenin Institute on 2 December 2013 among participants in the protest held at Kiev's Independence Square.

A random selection method was used. In total, 538 people were interviewed.

Why are you currently at the square and what are you protesting against?

(several options are possible)

  • For the resignation of the president and the government – 55.9%
  • For the association agreement with the EU – 27.9%
  • To protect the right to a decent life in a normal country –18.0%
  • To protect my children (against violence, against lawlessness) – 11.7%
  • This is my civil duty (to bring goods to protesters, to support people) – 8.1%
  • For the future of our children – 4.5%
  • I support the opposition – 0.9%
  • Other – 1.8%
  • No answer – 0.9%

In which region do you live?

  • The city of Kiev – 50.5%
  • Lviv Region – 11.7%
  • Kiev Region – 9.9%
  • Cherkasy Region – 5.4%
  • Ivano-Frankivsk Region – 4.5%
  • Khmelnytskyy Region – 3.6%
  • Volyn Region – 2.7%
  • Ternopil Region – 2.7%
  • Zhytomyr Region – 1.8%
  • Poltava Region – 1.8%
  • Sumy Region – 1.8%
  • The Autonomous Republic of Crimea – 0.9%
  • Vinnytsya Region – 0.9%
  • Luhansk Region – 0.9%
  • Kharkiv Region – 0.9%

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