Audience: Ukrainian population 18 years and over. The sample is representative by age, gender, region and type of settlement. Sample: 2000 respondents. Personal formalized interview (face-to-face). Inaccuracy no more than 2,4%. The period of completion: 3-13 of June 2015.
According to a survey conducted by Sociological group "Rating" if Ukraine could become a member of only one international economic union, 51% of respondents think that it should have been done with the European Union, 16% - with the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, 14% - for the other option, and 20% - are undecided.
Since September, 2014 the level of support for integration with the European Union decreased from 59 to 51%, while at the same time, support for integration with the Customs Union - has not changed.
At the same time the number of respondents who are undecided on this issue or are supporters of another embodiment of economic integration has increased.
If the referendum about the entry of Ukraine into NATO was held today, 40% would vote for accession, 32% - against, 11% - would not vote, and 17% - are undecided.
Since November, 2014 when the peak (51%) was recorded, a gradual decrease in support for Ukraine's accession to NATO recorded: from 46% in April 2015 to 40% in June, while the number of opponents of Ukraine's accession to NATO increased (from 25 to 32%).