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Отношение украинцев к территориальному устройству страны и статусу Крыма

The attitude to the state system and status of Crimea

Date posted: 14.03.2014 Print Full version

Compare to 2011 the number of the unitary state supporters increased from 50% to 61% while the number of federalization supporters remained almost without changes (2011 - 25%;  2014 -  24%).

Only 5% of Ukrainian respondents believe that Crimea has to be separated and transferred to Russia, whereas the absolute majority supports autonomy preservation as a part of Ukraine (77%) or giving to Crimea the usual area status (11%).

The target audience of the research: the population of Ukraine aged from 18 and older. Optional quantity: 2000 respondents. The methods of investigation: personal formalized interview according to the questionnaire (face to face). Margin of error for the values close to 50% is less than 2.2%, for the values close to 30% – less than 2%, for the values close to 10% – less than 1.3%. The period of completion: 1-7 of March 2014

The oblast’ distribution:
West: Volyns’ka, Transcarpathia, Ivano–Frankivs’ka, L’vivs’ka, Rivnens’ka, Ternopil’s’ka, Chernivets’ka.
Centre: Vinnyts’ka, Kirovograds’ka, Poltavs’ka, Khmel’nyts’ka, Cherkas’ka.
North: Kyiv, Kyivs’ka, Zhytomyrs’ka, Sums’ka, Chernihivs’ka.
South: AR Crimea, Odes’ka, Khersons’ka, Mykolaivs’ka, Sevastopol
East: Dnipropetrovs’ka, Zaporiz’ka, Kharkivs’ka.
Donbass: Donets’ka, Luhans’ka

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