Public Opinion Survey of Residents of Ukraine April 21 – May 5, 2017

Methodology •

The survey was conducted by Rating Group Ukraine on behalf of the Center for Insights in Survey Research.



The survey was conducted throughout Ukraine (except for the occupied territories of Crimea and the Donbas) from April 21 to May 5, 2017 through face-to-face interviews at respondents’ homes.



The sample consisted of 2,400 permanent residents of Ukraine aged 18 and older and eligible to vote. It is representative of the general population by gender, age, region and the size of settlement. An additional 1,378 respondents were also surveyed in the Ukrainian-controlled territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. A multi-stage probability sampling method was used with the random route and next birthday methods for respondent selection. •

Stage One: The territory of Ukraine was split into 25 administrative regions (24 regions of Ukraine and Kyiv). The survey was conducted throughout all regions of Ukraine, with the exception of the occupied territories of Crimea and the Donbas.



Stage Two: The selection of settlements was based on towns and villages. Towns were grouped into subtypes according to their size:





Cities with a population of more than 1 million



Cities with a population of between 500,000 and 999,000



Cities with a population of between 100,000 and 499,000



Cities with a population of between 50,000 and 99,000



Cities with a population of up to 50,000



Villages



Cities and villages were selected at random. The number of selected cities/villages in each region was proportional to the share of the population living in cities/villages of a certain type in each region.

Stage Three: primary sampling points (PSP) were described.



The margin of error does not exceed plus or minus 2 percent.



The average response rate was 64.2 percent.



Charts and graphs may not add up to 100 percent due to rounding.



The survey was funded by the Government of Canada. 2

Methodology Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts Oversample •

An oversample was conducted in the Ukrainian-controlled territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts from from April 21 to May 5, 2017 through face-to-face interviews at respondents’ homes.



The sample consisted of 1,378 citizens of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts aged 18 and older and eligible to vote. The sample is representative in terms of gender, age, and size of settlement. A multi-stage probability sampling method was used with the random route and next birthday methods for respondent selection. •

Stage One: The sample was proportionally split between Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts, in the areas controlled by the Government of Ukraine.



Stage Two: The selection of settlements was based on towns and villages. Towns were grouped into subtypes according to their size: • Cities with population of more than 1 million • Cities with population of between 500,000 and 999,000 • Cities with population of between 100,000 and 499,000 • Cities with population of between 50,000 and 99,000 • Cities with population of up to 50,000 • Villages

• Settlements were selected at random. The number of selected settlements in each region was proportional to the share of the population living in a particular type of settlement in each region. • Stage Three: primary sampling points (PSP) were described. •

The margin of error does not exceed plus or minus 2.6 percent.



The average response rate was 67.3 percent.



Charts and graphs may not add up to 100 percent due to rounding.

3

Geographical Key

Donbas Region

*Due to the Russian occupation of Crimea and the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine, residents of Crimea and the separatist-controlled territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts were not included in this poll.

4

Mood of the Country

Generally speaking, do you think that things in Ukraine are going in the right direction or wrong direction? Right direction

Wrong direction

80%

71% 66%

70%

72%

69% 64%

Difficult to answer

76% 68%

70%

71%

72%

15%

17%

72%

60%

48%

50% 40%

34% 29%

30% 20% 10% 0%

51%

16%

20%

13%

14%

Nov. 2011

May 2012

16% 15%

May 2013

18% 17%

18%

20%

15% 13%

Feb. 2014

Apr. 2014

Sept. 2014

July 2015

17%

15%

15%

15%

Sept. 2015

Nov. 2015

13% 11% Feb. 2016

13%

June 2016

11% Sept. 2016

15% 13%

Apr. 2017 6

Over the last 12 months, how has the economic situation in Ukraine changed? Improved a lot

Improved somewhat

April 2017 <1% 3%

September 2016

2%

June 2016

2%

February 2016

1%

November 2015

2%

20%

Worsened a lot

36%

20%

37%

1% 2%

60%

29% 20%

3%

51%

28%

10%

2%

44%

31%

September 2014 1% 11%

4%

54%

14%

July 2015 2% 8%

3%

45%

34%

14%

4%

40%

33%

10%

Difficult to answer

37%

34%

15%

September 2015 1% 2%

0%

Stayed the same

30%

57% 40%

50%

60%

70%

2% 80%

90%

100% 7

As far as you know, how has the GDP of Ukraine changed over the last 12 months?

7%

19%

36%

It has grown It hasn’t changed It has decreased Difficult to answer

38%

8

Over the last 12 months, how has the economic situation of your household changed? Improved a lot April 2017

Improved somewhat

23%

June 2016

2%

18%

February 2016

1%

15%

November 2015

2%

April 2014 March 2014

2%

40%

15% 13%

30%

18%

34%

18%

36%

37% 20%

14%

27%

39%

10%

17%

30%

45%

30%

40%

50%

60%

3%

14%

30%

37%

9%

3%

18% 31%

46%

14%

2% 22%

29%

41%

November 2011 1% 6%

1% 40%

44%

May 2013 1% 8%

1%

55%

34%

1% 9%

2%

45%

46%

March 2012 1% 6%

1%

40%

37%

3%

2%

47%

37%

1% 4%

0%

36%

29%

19%

2%

May 2012

37%

34%

14%

1%

September 2012 1%

2%

36%

February 2014 1% 8% September 2013

37%

36%

18%

Difficult to answer

34%

38%

20%

September 2015 1% 2%

September 2014

Worsened a lot

23%

3%

September 2016 <1% 2%

July 2015

Stayed the same

70%

80%

90%

2% 2% 1% 5% 3% 3% 2% 100%

9

Over the last 6 months, how has the economic situation of your household changed? 2% <1% 4%

28%

32%

Improved a lot Improved somewhat Stayed the same Worsened somewhat Worsened a lot Difficult to answer

34%

10

In the next 12 months, how do you expect the economic situation in Ukraine to change? Improve a lot

Improve somewhat

April 2017

9%

September 2016

8%

June 2016 1% February 2016

8%

November 2015 1%

7%

July 2015 1%

9%

April 2014 1%

10%

1%

February 2014 1% September 2013 May 2013 September 2012

2%

1%

31%

0%

29%

10%

29%

35%

20%

11%

26%

11%

32%

30% 40%

50%

17% 60%

12% 16% 14%

15%

32% 30%

13%

12%

24%

32%

12% 17%

31%

13%

11%

28%

27%

17%

8%

35%

38%

7%

17% 43%

20%

8%

20%

35%

26%

12%

12%

27%

26%

16%

16%

27%

23%

13%

9%

2%

March 2012 1%

23%

14%

12%

18% 23%

24%

1% 8%

May 2012 1% November 2011

25% 19%

10%

19%

31% 32%

11%

14%

27%

23%

21%

16%

27%

25%

21%

Difficult to answer

21%

27%

21%

September 2014 1% March 2014

25%

24%

6%

2%

Worsen a lot

28%

1%

September 2015

Stay the same

70%

80%

12% 13% 90%

100% 11

Do you think it is acceptable for groups of people to use each of the following methods of protests? Fully acceptable Not at all acceptable

More acceptable than not Difficult to answer

Collecting signatures for petitions, letters

More unacceptable than acceptable

Legal demonstrations

Boycott Demonstrations without permission Strikes without permission

10%

29%

31%

20%

10%

9%

23%

32%

23%

13%

9%

13%

16%

34%

27%

6% 8%

15%

13%

36%

28%

9%

10%

39%

35%

Legal strikes

5% 6% 5%

34%

52%

Blocking major roads

6%

Blocking railway lines

5%

8%

23%

55%

8%

Occupation of buildings or enterprises

4%

9%

24%

55%

8%

Blocking airports

4% 0%

7% 10%

9%

58%

22% 20%

8%

50%

23%

13%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90%

100%

12

Assessment of Ukrainian Authorities’ Performance

Who bears primary responsibility for today’s situation in Ukraine? The President of Ukraine

39%

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine

22%

The Parliament of Ukraine

14%

Ukrainian oligarchs

9%

The Russian Federation

4%

The people of Ukraine

2%

The West

1%

The local authorities of Ukraine

1%

Other

1%

Difficult to answer

5% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50% 14

Do you approve or disapprove of the activities of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko? Strongly approve April 2017 1% September 2016

Somewhat approve

Strongly disapprove

3%

17%

June 2016 3%

16%

2%

November 2015

3%

22%

28%

September 2015

4%

20%

29%

July 2015

3%

21%

April 2014 March 2014 0%

40%

50%

11%

24%

19%

11%

27%

20% 30%

10%

13%

22%

33% 20%

8%

33%

36%

10%

6%

40%

40%

9%

6%

42%

34%

11%

8%

43%

32%

15%

9%

37%

36%

February 2016

September 2014

7%

44%

30%

15%

6%

43%

33%

16%

Difficult to answer

60%

70%

80%

90%

100% 15

Do you approve or disapprove of the activities of the Cabinet of Ministers under the leadership of Volodymyr Hroisman? Strongly approve

Somewhat approve

April 2017 1% September 2016

1%

14%

February 2016

September 2015

2%

July 2015 1% September 2014

13%

April 2014

0%

10%

54%

5%

32%

52%

6%

27%

36%

30%

15%

16%

34% 20%

5%

29%

35%

12%

4%

57%

16%

March 2014

21%

64% 25%

10%

8%

29%

25%

11%

6%

51% 30%

11%

Difficult to answer

49%

28%

19%

1% 6%

November 2015 1%

30%

12%

June 2016 1%

Strongly disapprove

24%

17% 40%

50%

* Volodymyr Hroisman was appointed Prime Minister of Ukraine in April 2016.

10% 8%

27% 60%

70%

80%

9% 90%

100% 16

Do you approve or disapprove of the activities of the Parliament of Ukraine? Strongly approve April 2017

Somewhat approve 28%

7%

September 2016

29%

7%

June 2016 1% February 2016

September 2015

10%

July 2015

9%

September 2014

3%

4%

58%

5% 9% 6% 7%

52%

31%

10%

60%

59%

29%

5%

Difficult to answer

46%

35%

9%

November 2015 1%

Strongly disapprove

35% 35%

48%

6%

49%

6% 9%

37%

36%

14%

April 2014

6%

33%

24%

26%

11%

March 2014

6%

32%

24%

26%

11%

February 2014 2% 0%

10%

20%

30%

8%

50%

30%

11%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90%

100% 17

What is your opinion of each of the following Ukrainian politicians or members of the Ukrainian government? Very favorable Very unfavorable

Somewhat favorable Have not heard the name

Head of the political party “Civic Position,” Anatoliy Hrytsenko

Difficult to answer

Mayor of Lviv Andriy Sadovyi 3%

21%

24%

MP, leader of Radical Party, Oleh Lyashko

6%

18%

26%

MP, leader of the political party “Fatherland,” Yulia Tymoshenko

7%

15% 20%

5%

15%

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko 3%

3%

Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko 2%

23% 26%

14%

12%

17% 5% 7%

51%

2% 7%

49%

2% 8% 3% 8%

50%

25%

Head of the Parliament Andriy Parubiy 2% 13%

1% 7%

53%

19%

13%

2% 11%

47% 32%

11% 6%

44%

21%

MP, leader of Opposition Bloc, Yuriy Boyko 4% 12% Leader of the political party “Svoboda,” Oleh Tyahnybok

8% 49%

28%

Former head of SBU Valentyn Nalyvaychenko 3% 15%

<1% 12%

40%

25%

Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman 2% 16%

6%

39%

27%

12% 6%

46%

21%

Former Governor of Odesa Oblast, Mikheil Saakashvili 2% 16%

5%

45%

26%

15%

14%

8%

35%

26%

Mayor of Kyiv Vitaliy Klitschko 2% MP, leader of the political party “Za Zhyttia,” Vadym Rabinovych

26%

21%

25%

6%

MP Nadia Savchenko 1% 11%

23%

53%

<1% 10%

Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov 1% 10%

28%

50%

2% 9%

Mayor of Kharkiv Hennadiy Kernes 2% 8%

1% 7%

17%

One of the leaders of the “UKROP” party, Hennadiy Korban 1% 6%

19%

Former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk

0%

20%

9%

48%

18%

69%

40%

4% 16%

45%

60%

14%

80%

13%

100%

18

What is your opinion of each of the following Ukrainian politicians or members of the Ukrainian government? (continued) Favorable

Unfavorable

Arseniy Yatsenyuk

Petro Poroshenko 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0%

63%

55%

43%

34%

29% 41%

68% 66% 57% 63% 27% 27% 27%

73% 71% 73% 76%

19% 20% 20% 18%

Sep.13 Feb.14 Apr.14 Sep.14 Jul.15 Sep.15 Nov.15 Feb.16 Jun.16 Sep.16 Apr.17

62%

62%

68%

70%

77%

75%

63%

60%

60% 59% 53% 54%

0%

89% 87% 89% 86%

83%

32% 34% 40% 39%

10% 13% 12%

7%

5%

9%

Sep.13 Feb.14 Apr.14 Sep.14 Jul.15 Sep.15 Nov.15 Feb.16 Jun.16 Sep.16 Apr.17

Andriy Parubiy 80%

6%

64%

63%

71%

75%

16%

15%

Sep.16

Apr.17

60% 33%

40%

21%

20% 0%

40%

82% 83%

20%

Volodymyr Hroisman

40%

80% 60%

30%

80%

100%

19% Apr.14

25% Sep.14

20% Jul.15

23% Sep.15

15%

15%

Nov.15

Feb.16

23% Jun.16

20% 15% Sep.16

18% Apr.17

0%

14% Feb.16

20% Jun.16

19

What is your opinion of each of the following Ukrainian politicians or members of the Ukrainian government? (continued) Favorable

Oleh Tyahnybok

Yulia Tymoshenko 80% 60%

58% 61% 58% 59%

Unfavorable

68% 68% 68%

72% 68% 69% 71%

0%

32% 31% 33% 34%

22% 25% 25% 20% 23% 23% 22%

May 13 Sep.13 Feb.14 Apr.14 Jul.15 Sep.15 Nov.15 Feb.16 Jun.16 Sep.16 Apr.17

80%

40%

20% 0%

43%

51%

64%

69%

24%

28% 29%

19% 16%

18% 15%

15% 14% 16%

May 13 Sep.13 Feb.14 Apr.14 Jul.15 Sep.15 Nov.15 Feb.16 Jun.16 Sep.16 Apr.17

80% 60%

50%

58%

56%

53%

18%

17%

16%

17%

Nov.15

Jun.16

Sep.16

Apr.17

52%

40%

42% 34%

Sep.15

28%

Valentyn Nalyvaychenko 61%

20% 0%

74% 73% 76% 75% 77% 75%

40%

Mikheil Saakashvili 60%

63% 66% 62% 65%

69%

60%

40% 20%

80%

Nov.15

34%

Feb.16

26% Jun.16

20% 22% Sep.16

18% Apr.17

0%

20

What is your opinion of each of the following Ukrainian politicians or members of the Ukrainian government? (continued) Favorable

Nadia Savchenko 80%

Unfavorable

Yuriy Boyko

76%

80%

62% 46%

60%

34%

20%

24% Jun.16

13%

Sep.16

60%

55% 41%

43%

0%

Apr.17

Andriy Sadovyi

59%

48% 41%

20%

70%

13%

13%

12%

13%

Jul.15

Sep.15

67%

71%

71%

17%

15%

16%

Nov.15 Feb.16

Jun.16

Sep.16

Apr.17

Oleh Lyashko 80%

65%

74%

71%

69%

70%

69%

71%

21%

23%

23%

22%

23%

23%

Sep.15

Nov.15

Feb.16

Jun.16

Sep.16

Apr.17

60%

42%

40% 30%

72%

40%

20%

50%

72%

60%

40%

0%

70%

40% 36%

Jul.15

38%

Sep.15

40%

Nov.15

36%

Feb.16

33% Jun.16

25%

Sep.16

24%

Apr.17

20% 0%

25% Jul.15

21

What is your opinion of each of the following Ukrainian politicians or members of the Ukrainian government? (continued) Favorable 80%

Vitaliy Klitschko

80%

63% 63% 60%

54%

48% 46%

0%

50%

60%

Anatoliy Hrytsenko

66% 65% 68% 65% 60%

53%

50%

25%

26%

Jun. 16

Sep. 16

48%

40%

40% 20%

Unfavorable

37%

42%

47% 45% 24% 25% 27%

20% 19%

23% 21% 22% 0%

May 13 Sep.13 Feb.14 Apr.14 Jul.15 Sep.15 Nov.15 Feb.16 Jun.16 Sep.16 Apr.17

31%

Apr.17

Hennadiy Korban 80%

66%

70%

67%

64%

9%

7%

7%

7%

Mar. 16

Jun.16

Sep.16

Apr.17

66%

60% 40% 20% 0%

11%

Nov.15

22

Energy and Utility Consumption

Did you consume less energy or invest in energy efficiency measures for your household during this winter?

8% I consumed less energy I invested in energy efficiency measures 28%

49% I did not use less energy and did not invest in energy efficiency Difficult to answer 9% 6%

*Historically, the Ukrainian government has subsidized the price of utilities for households. In 2016, the International Monetary Fund required that Ukraine decrease its subsidies, increasing the prices of utilities for families during a period of ongoing economic hardship.

24

Did your household participate in the state program for “heating loans” aimed at improving the energy efficiency of your household? 3%

5%

Yes No Difficult to answer

92%

25

Have you heard of the state program for “heating loans” aimed at improving the energy efficiency of your household? (Respondents who did not participate in the “heating loans” program and those who had difficulty answering; n=2,289)

7% Yes 42%

No Difficult to answer

51%

26

Electoral Mood

Do you support the idea of holding early parliamentary elections in Ukraine? Definitely yes

Somewhat yes

23%

April 2017

26%

18%

September 2016

24%

17%

June 2016

15%

September 2015

0%

10%

30%

40%

50%

16%

22%

14%

23%

22%

17%

23% 60%

70%

14%

18%

25%

20%

27% 20%

20%

19%

23%

Difficult to answer

21%

22%

25%

18%

November 2015

17%

19%

21%

20%

February 2016

Definitely no

14% 80%

90%

100% 28

If early parliamentary elections were held next Sunday, would you vote? Definitely yes

Somewhat yes

April 2017

Definitely no

34%

September 2016

33%

31%

June 2016

Difficult to answer 8%

33%

26%

9%

30%

10%

19%

7%

19%

8%

22%

11%

February 2016

28%

34%

9%

21%

November 2015

28%

33%

10%

20%

September 2015

34%

July 2015

40%

29%

4%

35%

September 2014 April 2014

33%

February 2014

41%

35%

September 2013

34%

34%

May 2013

34%

36%

September 2012 39%

March 2012

40%

November 2011 10%

20%

5%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

14%

5% 8%

11% 13% 80%

4%

11%

9% 7%

5%

19%

8%

33%

6%

20%

5%

33%

3% 8%

10%

8%

32%

5%

11%

12%

8%

33%

34% 0%

4%

7%

46%

May 2012

15%

32%

42%

8%

7%

49%

6%

20%

32%

March 2014

9% 16%

9%

42%

7%

8% 12%

90%

100% 29

If parliamentary elections were held next Sunday and the following political parties participated, for which party would you vote? (All respondents) Fatherland Party (Batkivshchyna) Opposition Bloc Bloc Petro Poroshenko "Solidarnist" Radical Party For Life Party (Za Zhyttia) Self-Reliance Party (Samopomich) Civic Position Svoboda Movement of New Forces UKROP National Movement of D.Yarosh Nash Krai Party Social Democratic Party People’s Control Agrarian Party of Ukraine People's Front Strong Ukraine Left Opposition Revival Party (Vidrodzhennia) Other I would not vote Difficult to answer

9% 6% 6% 5% 5% 5% 4% 3% 2% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 5% 22% 19% 0%

5%

10%

15%

20%

25%

30%

30

If parliamentary elections were held next Sunday and the following political parties participated, for which party would you vote? (continued) (Likely voters, n=1,585) Fatherland Party (Batkivshchyna) Opposition Bloc Bloc Petro Poroshenko "Solidarnist" Radical Party For Life Party (Za Zhyttia) Self-Reliance Party (Samopomich) Civic Position Svoboda Movement of New Forces UKROP National Movement of D.Yarosh Nash Krai Party Social Democratic Party People’s Control Agrarian Party of Ukraine Strong Ukraine People's Front Left Opposition Revival Party (Vidrodzhennia) Other Difficult to answer

12% 9% 8% 8% 7% 6% 6% 3% 2% 2% 2% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 6% 20% 0%

5%

10%

15%

20%

25%

30%

31

If parliamentary elections were held next Sunday and the following political parties participated, for which party would you vote? (continued) (All respondents) Jul.15

Sep. 15

Nov.15

Feb.16

Jun.16

Sep.16

Apr. 17

Fatherland (Batkivshchyna)

6%

9%

8%

9%

9%

9%

9%

Bloc Petro Poroshenko “Solidarnist”

8%

10%

11%

7%

7%

8%

6%

Opposition Bloc

6%

8%

8%

8%

10%

6%

6%

Radical Party

5%

5%

3%

5%

5%

6%

5%

Self-Reliance (Samopomich)

7%

9%

7%

8%

5%

5%

5%

Civic Position

4%

4%

2%

3%

2%

4%

4%

-

-

-

-

-

3%

5%

Svoboda

4%

4%

4%

4%

3%

3%

3%

Strong Ukraine

1%

1%

-

1%

-

2%

1%

Revival Party (Vidrodzhennia)

-

1%

2%

2%

1%

2%

1%

Movement of New Forces

-

-

-

-

2%

1%

2%

UKROP

1%

1%

3%

2%

2%

1%

1%

Other party

13%

12%

10%

9%

9%

10%

11%

I would not vote

24%

16%

25%

27%

26%

21%

22%

Difficult to answer

20%

19%

17%

16%

19%

18%

19%

For Life Party (Za Zhyttia)

32

If parliamentary elections were held next Sunday, for which other political party would you vote if the party that you previously selected did not participate in the elections? (All respondents) Self-Reliance Party (Samopomich) For Life Party (Za Zhyttia) Radical Party Civic Position Fatherland Party (Batkivshchyna) Svoboda Opposition Bloc Movement of New Forces Bloc Petro Poroshenko "Solidarnist" Social Democratic Party People's Front Nash Krai Party National Movement of D.Yarosh Right Sector UKROP Justice Democratic Alliance Revival Party (Vidrodzhennia) Agrarian Party of Ukraine Strong Ukraine Left Opposition People’s Control Other I would not vote Difficult to answer

4% 4% 4% 3% 3% 3% 3% 2% 2% 2% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 3%

0%

24% 10%

20%

34% 30%

40%

33

If parliamentary elections were held next Sunday, for which other political party would you vote if the party that you previously selected did not participate in the elections? (Likely voters, n=1,551) Self-Reliance Party (Samopomich) For Life Party (Za Zhyttia) Radical Party Civic Position Fatherland (Batkivshchyna) Svoboda Opposition Bloc Movement of New Forces Bloc Petro Poroshenko "Solidarnist" Social Democratic Party People's Front Right Sector Nash Krai Party National Movement of D.Yarosh Democratic Alliance UKROP Justice Strong Ukraine Revival Party (Vidrodzhennia) Agrarian Party of Ukraine Left Opposition People’s Control Other Difficult to answer

6% 6% 5% 5% 4% 4% 4% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 5% 40% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

34

Why would you vote for this party? (Respondents who selected a party; n=1,415) 33%

The leadership of this party includes people whom I respect

25%

The ideology of this party is very close to mine This party can realize reforms and positive changes in Ukraine

22%

They tell the truth

22% 20%

This party defends the interests of people like me

17%

I like their decisiveness

15%

This party has demonstrated consistent policies

13%

This party can restore peace in the country This party fulfills its promises

10%

This party will secure stability in the country

10%

Other parties are even worse

10% 9%

This party understands the problems of my region Other

3%

Difficult to answer

4% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

35

When electing a political party, which priority is closest to yours?

The party's priority is Ukraine's membership in the EU

32% 51%

The party's priority is Ukraine's membership in the Customs Union with Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan Difficult to answer

17%

36

When electing a political party, which priority is closest to yours? (continued) The party's priority is Ukraine's membership in the EU The party's priority is Ukraine's membership in the Customs Union Difficult to answer Svoboda

2% 10%

89%

Bloc Petro Poroshenko "Solidarnist" Movement of New Forces

32%

58%

10%

Undecided Would not vote

20%

44%

18%

38% 10%

42%

18%

40%

0%

36%

44%

21%

Opposition Bloc

34%

7%

59%

For Life (Za Zhyttia)

28%

7%

64%

UKROP

24%

7%

69%

Radical Party

19%

7%

74%

Civic Position

30%

17%

3%

80%

Fatherland (Batkivshchyna)

17%

1%

82%

Self-Reliance (Samopomich)

40%

13%

3%

84%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90%

100%

37

When selecting a political party, which priority is closest to yours? (continued)

28%

The priority of this political party is to deepen economic cooperation between Ukraine and the countries of the EU

53%

The priority of this political party is to deepen economic cooperation between Ukraine and postSoviet countries Difficult to answer

19%

38

When selecting a political party, which priority is closest to yours? (continued) The party's priority is to deepen economic cooperation between Ukraine and the countries of the EU The party's priority is to deepen economic cooperation between Ukraine and post-Soviet countries Difficult to answer Svoboda

2% 8%

90%

Bloc Petro Poroshenko "Solidarnist"

13%

3%

84%

Movement of New Forces

80%

4%

16%

Self-Reliance (Samopomich)

80%

4%

17%

Fatherland (Batkivshchyna) Civic Position

20%

42%

19%

40% 0%

39%

19%

42%

Would not vote

27%

62%

11%

Undecided

31%

46%

23%

Opposition Bloc

27%

9%

64%

For Life (Za Zhyttia)

25%

9%

66%

UKROP

19%

9%

72%

Radical Party

17%

9%

75%

40%

60%

80%

100% 39

When selecting a political party during elections, which is most important to you? What it proposes for social policy (salaries, pensions, employment, etc.)

35%

What it proposes for the economy

34%

What it proposes for national security and defense

6%

How it defends our rights and freedoms

6%

What it proposes for healthcare

4%

How it strengthens the position of Ukraine in the world

3%

What it proposes for education and science

2%

How it supports language and culture

1%

What it suggests in environmental policy

<1%

I don’t pay attention to any of the aforementioned positions when electing political party

3%

Difficult to answer

6% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40% 40

What is another area you consider when selecting a political party? What it proposes for social policy (salaries, pensions, employment, etc.)

22%

What it proposes for the economy

18%

How it defends your rights and freedoms

12%

What it proposes for healthcare

9%

What it proposes for national security and defense

7%

How it strengthens the position of Ukraine in the world

5%

What it proposes for education and science

2%

What it proposes for environmental policy

2%

How it supports language and culture

2%

I don’t pay attention to any of the aforementioned positions when selecting political party

3%

Difficult to answer

18% 0%

10%

20%

30% 41

Views on Issues

If you could have only one or the other, which is more important to you: a democratic system of government or a prosperous economy? Democracy is definitely more important to me

Democracy is somewhat more important to me Prosperity is definitely more important to me

Difficult to answer

April 2017

14%

20%

June 2016

14%

20%

27%

28%

February 2016

16%

20%

29%

November 2015

17%

19%

30%

July 2015

13%

0%

10%

20%

20%

27%

21%

40%

50%

16%

22%

34%

30%

12%

60%

70%

12%

20%

14%

18%

15%

80%

90%

100% 43

Which of the following are the three most important issues for Ukraine? Military conflict in Donbas

54%

Corruption within state bodies

52%

Low industry production

30%

Unemployment

26%

Inflation

24%

Government incompetence

23%

Social protection for the poor

17%

Political instability

17%

Hryvnia devaluation

13%

Relations with Russia

10%

Crime

9%

Russian presence in the Crimea

7%

Delays in salary/pension payments

4%

Rights to land ownership

4%

Lack/Possibility of cutting off gas, electricity, water

3%

Russian language status

1%

Other

1%

Difficult to answer

1% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60% 44

Which three of the following issues are the most important for you personally? Inflation

53%

Unemployment

33%

Military conflict in Donbas

32%

Social protection for the poor

32%

Corruption within state bodies

26%

Hryvnia devaluation

26%

Low industry production

18%

Government incompetence

14%

Political instability

11%

Delays in salary/pension payments

10%

Crime

9%

Relations with Russia

6%

Rights to land ownership

6%

Lack/Possibility of cutting off gas, electricity, water

6%

Russian presence in the Crimea

2%

Russian language status

1%

Other

4%

Difficult to answer

1% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60% 45

In your opinion, what should be the most important priority for Ukraine’s development in the next 10 years? Improve the quality of life of citizens

26%

Secure a high level of economic development

22%

Get rid of corruption

13%

Join the EU and NATO

12%

Restore the territorial integrity of Ukraine

10%

Make our country fairer and just

5%

Achieve developed democracy so that citizens have more power in decision-making processes

3%

Make our cities and villages more comfortable for life

2%

Secure the unity of Ukraine

2%

Secure the country’s defense capability

1%

Other

1%

Difficult to answer

3% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60% 46

How would you characterize the detention of Roman Nasirov, the former Head of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine?

30% It represents political persecution and selective justice

38%

It demonstrates a real fight against corruption Difficult to answer

32%

*Roman Nasirov headed the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine until his suspension in March 2017. He is being investigated by the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) for alleged corruption worth up to two billion Ukrainian hryvnias ($74 million) in one of the highest-profile corruption cases ever in Ukraine.

47

Do you feel secure walking home alone in your neighborhood at night? 6% 14%

19% Yes, I feel completely safe Yes, I feel safe most of the time

No, I never feel safe

23% 39%

Difficult to answer

48

Foreign Policy

If Ukraine could only enter one international economic union, which of the following should it be? European Union April 2017

Customs Union

53%

September 2016 June 2016

54%

February 2016

55%

November 2015

57%

September 2015

57%

18%

14%

53%

March 2014

52%

February 2014

41%

September 2013

42%

May 2013

19% 15%

14%

15%

14%

12%

17%

20%

12%

14%

15%

9%

17% 24%

10%

13%

6%

14%

27%

9%

36%

18%

5%

37%

20%

6%

42%

14% 17%

5%

37%

32%

16%

12%

15%

40%

September 2012

17%

12%

59%

April 2014

15%

14%

15%

55%

September 2014

Difficult to answer

19%

51%

July 2015

Other

May 2012

37%

41%

5%

17%

March 2012

36%

43%

4%

17%

November 2011 0%

10%

20%

3%

40%

42% 30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

15% 90%

100%

50

If Ukraine could only enter one international economic union, which of the following should it be? (continued) European Union

Customs Union

West

Other

Difficult to answer

83%

Center

2%

59%

South

12%

38%

East

31%

27%

0%

10%

30%

40%

19%

50%

60%

7%

18%

20%

29%

20%

11%

8%

11%

25%

70%

80%

90%

100% 51

What do you expect from this international union first and foremost? (Respondents who chose either the EU or Customs Union, n=1,687)

Better living conditions for ordinary people

38%

A better economic situation in Ukraine

34%

Greater ability to determine one's destiny

13%

Guarantees that rules and standards will be observed

9%

Security guarantees

4%

Difficult to answer

1%

0%

10%

20%

30%

40% 52

If a referendum were held today on Ukraine joining NATO, how would you vote? Would vote to join NATO Would not vote April 2017

Would vote against joining NATO Difficult to answer

46%

September 2016

27%

43%

June 2016

29%

39%

February 2016

32%

45%

November 2015

48%

September 2015

48%

July 2015

30%

April 2014 March 2014 0%

10%

20%

40%

50%

15%

9% 60%

13% 17%

7%

43% 30%

16%

17%

40%

34%

17%

14%

31%

38%

12%

8%

30%

43%

17%

10%

28%

14%

11%

10%

30%

41%

September 2014

12%

70%

80%

8% 15% 13% 90%

100% 53

If a referendum were held today on Ukraine joining NATO, how would you vote? (continued) Would vote to join NATO

Would vote against joining NATO

West

Would not vote

71%

Center

10%

54%

South

20%

33%

East

0%

10%

30%

40%

20%

50%

12%

16%

14%

41%

20%

7%

11%

42%

21%

Difficult to answer

60%

70%

10%

18%

80%

90%

100% 54

In your opinion, what benefits does NATO provide to Ukraine? (Respondents who believe Ukraine should join NATO, n=1,108)

NATO will help Ukraine to increase its defense system standards

51%

NATO will defend Ukraine

41%

NATO does not provide any benefits, but we need it for international prestige

6%

Difficult to answer

2%

0%

20%

40%

60% 55

How do you evaluate your attitude toward each of the following countries? Very warm Poland

11%

Belarus

9%

Warm

42%

Canada

9%

38%

Georgia

7%

39%

Lithuania

7%

39%

Germany

5%

38%

United States

6%

36%

3%

3% 0%

3% 2%

41%

7% 1% 2%

47%

3% 1% 2%

48%

3% 2%

45%

5% 1% 3%

49% 43%

23% 20%

1% 2%

11%

2% 2% 4% 3%

60%

14%

6%

57%

25%

10%

4% 1%

38%

32%

Turkey 3%

Difficult to answer 36%

47%

7%

Russia

Very cold

47%

European Union

Moldova

Neutral

30%

6%

30% 40%

50%

27% 60%

70%

80%

1% 6% 3%

90%

100% 56

Issues Affecting the Donbas

Do you support the economic blockade of the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics?

14%

17%

Fully support

3%

Somewhat support

20%

Definitely do not support Haven’t heard anything about this

27%

Difficult to answer 19%

58

In your opinion, are the national authorities of Ukraine doing enough to keep the liberated areas of the Donbas under Ukrainian authority? 1%

15%

12% Definitely yes Somewhat yes

Definitely no 31%

Difficult to answer

41%

59

In your opinion, what status should the Donbas territories under the control of the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics have? Part of Ukraine as before

55%

Part of Ukraine but with extended authorities as a result of decentralization reform

Support Ukrainian Unity

15%

Part of Ukraine but with special status

10%

Become an independent country

3%

Become part of Russia

3%

Other

3%

Difficult to answer

11% 0%

20%

40%

60% 60

In your opinion, what status should the Donbas territories under the control of the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics have? (continued) November 2015

April 2017

Part of Ukraine as before

53%

55%

Part of Ukraine but with extended authorities as a result of decentralization reform

18%

15%

Part of Ukraine but with special status

9%

10%

Become part of Russia

4%

3%

Become an independent country

3%

3%

Other

1%

3%

Difficult to answer

12%

11%

61

In your opinion, what status should the entire Donbas region have (i.e., the entirety of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts)? 56%

Part of Ukraine as before Part of Ukraine but with extended authorities as a result of decentralization reform

Support Ukrainian Unity

16%

8%

Part of Ukraine but with a special status The territories controlled today by the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics should be separated from Ukraine and the rest of the territory should stay within Ukraine

6%

Become part of Russia

2%

Become an independent country

2%

Other

2%

9%

Difficult to answer

0%

20%

40%

60% 62

In you opinion, what status should the entire Donbas region have (i.e., the entirety of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts)? (continued) November 2015

April 2017

Part of Ukraine as before

53%

56%

Part of Ukraine but with extended competences resulting from the decentralization reform

20%

16%

Part of Ukraine but with a special status

6%

8%

Become part of Russia

2%

2%

Become an independent country

1%

2%

The territories controlled today by the socalled Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics should be separated from Ukraine and the rest of the territory should stay within Ukraine

7%

6%

Other

1%

2%

Difficult to answer

9%

9%

63

Oversample:

Ukrainian-Controlled Territories of the Donbas Region (n=1,378) April 21 – May 5, 2017

In your opinion, what status should the Donbas territories under the control of the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics have? Part of Ukraine as before

45%

Part of Ukraine but with extended authorities as a result of decentralization reform

Support Ukrainian Unity

17%

Part of Ukraine but with a special status

11%

Become part of Russia

2%

Become an independent country

2%

Other

2%

Difficult to answer

21% 0%

20%

40%

60% 65

In your opinion, what status should the Donbas territories under the control of the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics have? (continued) November 2015

April 2017

Part of Ukraine as before

31%

45%

Part of Ukraine but with extended competences resulting from the decentralization reform

28%

17%

Part of Ukraine but with special status

13%

11%

Become an independent country

4%

2%

Become part of Russia

8%

2%

Other

1%

2%

Difficult to answer

15%

21%

66

In your opinion, what status should the entire Donbas region have (i.e. the entirety of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts)? Part of Ukraine as before

47%

Part of Ukraine but with extended authorities as a result of decentralization reform

Support Ukrainian Unity

22%

Part of Ukraine but with a special status

9%

Become part of Russia

2%

Become an independent country

1%

The territories controlled today by the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics should be separated from Ukraine and the rest of the territory should stay within Ukraine

1%

Other

1%

Difficult to answer

17% 0%

20%

40%

60% 67

In your opinion, which status should the entire Donbas region have (i.e. the entirety of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts)? (continued) November 2015

April 2017

Part of Ukraine as before

32%

47%

Part of Ukraine but with extended authorities as a result of decentralization reform

35%

22%

Part of Ukraine but with a special status

8%

9%

Become part of Russia

7%

2%

Become an independent country

1%

1%

The territories controlled today by the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics should be separated from Ukraine and the rest of the territory should stay within Ukraine

3%

1%

Other

1%

1%

Difficult to answer

14%

17%

68

In your opinion, are the national authorities of Ukraine doing enough to keep the liberated areas of the Donbas within Ukrainian territory? Definitely yes

April 2017 2% 8%

0%

Somewhat no

24%

6%

November 2015

Somewhat yes

23%

20%

Difficult to answer

36%

18%

10%

Definitely no

30%

30%

29%

40%

50%

60%

25%

70%

80%

90%

100% 69

In your opinion, which areas should the Ukrainian authorities prioritize in order to keep the Donbas part of Ukraine? (Three answers possible) Improve the economy and create jobs

72%

Fight crime, corruption and reform the judiciary

42%

Improve basic services (health, education and infrastructure)

36%

Focus on the status of the Donbas region and improve relations with Russia

24%

Focus on closer relations with the West (EU and NATO)

4%

Other

3%

Difficult to answer

9% 0%

20%

40%

60%

80% 70

In your opinion, which areas should the Ukrainian authorities prioritize in order to keep the Donbas part of Ukraine? (continued) November 2015 April 2017 Improve the economy and create jobs

62%

72%

Fight crime, corruption and reform the judiciary

46%

42%

Improve basic services (health, education and infrastructure)

46%

36%

Focus on the status of the Donbas region and improve relations with Russia

19%

24%

Focus on closer relations with the West (EU and NATO)

9%

4%

Other

2%

3%

Difficult to answer

12%

9%

71

In your opinion, which issues should be the top priority for your local authorities? (Three answers possible)

Roads Medical institutions Housing and communal areas Social assistance Industrial areas Security Transportation Environment Schools Street lightning Yards and territories around houses Heating Public parks and squares Water supply Kindergartens Sewage Pavements Sporting establishments Cultural institutions Garbage collection Land issues Other Difficult to answer

49% 48% 44% 26% 15% 14% 11% 9% 8% 8% 7% 7% 7% 6% 5% 4% 4% 3% 3% 3% 2% 2% 3% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

72

In your opinion, which issues should be the top priority for your local authorities? (continued) (Three answers possible)

Roads Medical institutions Housing and communal areas Social assistance Industrial areas Security Transportation Environment Street lightning Schools Public parks and squares Heating Yards and territories around houses Water supply Kindergartens Pavements Sewage Garbage collection Cultural institutions Sport establishments Land issues Other Difficult to answer

November 2015

April 2017

50% 37% 43% 38% 14% 26% 25% 21% 34% 22% 15% 25% 25% 23% 19% 18% 16% 16% 13% 11% 17% 10% 10%

49% 48% 44% 26% 15% 14% 11% 9% 8% 8% 7% 7% 7% 6% 5% 4% 4% 3% 3% 3% 2% 2% 3% 73

Which of the following are the three most important issues for Ukraine? Military conflict in the Donbas

63%

Corruption within state bodies

46%

Unemployment

35%

Low industry production

33%

Inflation

23%

Government incompetence

19%

Social protection for the poor

16%

Political instability

15%

Relations with Russia

8%

Crime

7%

Hryvnia devaluation

7%

Russian presence in the Crimea

5%

Delays in salary/pension payments

4%

Rights to land ownership

2%

Possibility of cutting off gas, electricity, water

2%

Russian language status

1%

Other

3%

Difficult to answer

2% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70% 74

Which three of the following are the most important issues for Ukraine? (continued) November 2015

April 2017

Military conflict in the Donbas

50%

63%

Corruption within state bodies

40%

46%

Unemployment

34%

35%

Low industry production

24%

33%

Inflation

23%

23%

Government incompetence

26%

19%

Social protection for the poor

22%

16%

Political instability

18%

15%

Relations with Russia

12%

8%

Crime

5%

7%

Hryvnia devaluation

14%

7%

Russian presence in the Crimea

3%

5%

Delays in salary/pension payments

6%

4%

Rights to land ownership Possibility of cutting off gas, electricity, water Russian language status

3%

2%

7%

2%

1%

1%

Other

1%

3%

Difficult to answer

2%

2% 75

Which of the following issues are the three most important for you personally? Military conflict in the Donbas

60%

Inflation

50%

Unemployment

31%

Social protection for the poor

21%

Corruption within state bodies

18%

Low industry production

14%

Hryvnia devaluation

14%

Government incompetence

11%

Political instability

9%

Delays in salary/pension payments

9%

Relations with Russia

7%

Crime

6%

Possibility of cutting off gas, electricity, water

5%

Russian presence in Crimea

3%

Rights to land ownership

3%

Russian language status

2%

Other

10%

Difficult to answer

6% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60% 76

Which of the following issues are the three most important for you personally? (continued) November 2015

April 2017

Military conflict in the Donbas

50%

60%

Inflation

43%

50%

Unemployment

29%

31%

Social protection for the poor

26%

21%

Corruption within state bodies

26%

18%

Low industry production

17%

14%

Hryvnia devaluation

21%

14%

Government incompetence

21%

11%

Delays in salary/pension payments

7%

9%

Political instability

11%

9%

Relations with Russia

8%

7%

Crime

3%

6%

Possibility of cutting off gas, electricity, water

10%

5%

Russian presence in the Crimea

3%

3%

Rights to land ownership

4%

3%

Russian language status

2%

2%

Other

6%

10%

Difficult to answer

2%

6% 77

What is your opinion of each of the following Ukrainian politicians or members of the Ukrainian government? Very favorable Very unfavorable

Somewhat favorable Have not heard the name 20%

Businessman Rinat Akhmetov

29%

MP, leader of the political party “Za Zhyttia,” Vadym Rabinovych

10%

16%

MP, leader of the Opposition Bloc, Yuriy Boyko

10%

15%

Co-leader of Opposition Bloc, head of the opposition government, Borys Kolesnikov

5%

Former head of the parliamentary Party of Regions faction, Oleksandr Yefremov

5%

11%

11%

Head of the Donetsk military-civic administration, Pavlo Zhebrivskyi 3%

12%

13%

Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman 1% MP, leader of Radical Party, Oleh Lyashko 2% President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko

12%

Former Governor of Odesa Oblast, Mikheil Saakashvili

2% 7%

Mayor of Kharkiv Hennadiy Kernes

19% 30% 16%

19%

Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko

5%

18%

Former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk

3%

15%

53%

1%

15% 12% 15%

9%

26%

1% 5%

1%

42%

19%

8%

51%

28% 4%

23%

2%

50%

20%

1%

48% 61%

16%

18%

35%

51%

3% 11%

26%

66%

2% 1%

66%

2%

14% 15%

75%

One of the leaders of UKROP Party, Hennadiy Korban 1%2% 14%

0%

1%

37%

Leader of the political party “Svoboda,” Oleh Tyahnybok 1% 3% 15% Head of Parliament Andriy Parubiy

52%

57%

22%

5%

31% 41%

37%

Mayor of Lviv Andriy Sadovyi 1% 5% 16% Mayor of Kyiv Vitaliy Klitschko

36%

56%

21%

Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov 1% 6%

6%

17%

59%

16%

15%

24% 2%

15%

18%

Former head of SBU Valentyn Nalyvaychenko 1% 6%

2%

6%

20%

1% 7% 15%

21%

36% 36%

19%

MP Nadia Savchenko 1% 7%

17%

28%

23%

7%

1% 7%

20%

20%

8%

Head of the political party “Civic Position” Anatoliy Hrytsenko

14%

11%

11%

2% 8%

MP, leader of the political party “Fatherland,” Yulia Tymoshenko 2%

Difficult to answer

10%

45%

20%

40%

12%

24%

14%

60%

80%

100% 78

Do you support the decision of the Russian Federation to send its army to protect Russian-speaking citizens of Ukraine? Definitely yes

Somewhat yes

Definitely no

April 2017 2% 4% 13%

November 2015 2% 7%

0%

56%

22%

10%

Difficult to answer

20%

25%

49%

30%

40%

50%

20%

60%

70%

80%

90%

100% 79

How do you evaluate Russia’s actions toward Crimea? It is an illegal invasion and occupation of independent Ukraine It is a lawful protection of Russian-speaking citizens of Ukraine Other Difficult to answer

43%

April 2017

12%

41%

November 2015

0%

10%

20%

11%

30%

40%

50%

11%

34%

18%

60%

30%

70%

80%

90%

100% 80

In your opinion, which of the following should Ukraine do? Remain a united country

Remain a united country, but without Crimea Divide into several countries Difficult to answer

Other

54%

April 2017

4%

50%

November 2015

0%

10%

20%

15%

13%

30%

40%

50%

60%

2% 2%

14%

70%

7% 2%

80%

23%

15%

90%

100% 81

Do you feel that the Russian-speaking citizens of Ukraine are under pressure or threat because of their language? Definitely yes

April 2017

5%

Somewhat yes

12%

25%

November 2015 2% 9%

0%

Definitely no

47%

28%

10%

20%

Difficult to answer

11%

54%

30%

40%

50%

60%

8%

70%

80%

90%

100% 82

Do you support the economic blockade of the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics?

5% 21%

6% Fully support

1% 17%

Somewhat support

Definitely do not support Haven’t heard anything about this 50%

Difficult to answer

83

Demographics

Demographics GENDER

Nationwide

45%

Male

55%

Female

32%

AGE

18-35

26%

36-50

42%

EDUCATION

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME

51+

46%

Ukrainian

32%

Russian

22%

Ukrainian and Russian equally

3%

Primary/Incomplete secondary

24%

General secondary

38%

Vocational secondary

34%

Higher/Incomplete higher

23%

Worker

1%

Farmer/Peasant

18%

OCCUPATION

White collar

1%

Higher or medium level executive

30%

Pensioner (not working)

4%

Student

8%

Housewife

7%

Unemployed

5%

Self-employed/Entrepreneur

3%

Other 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

85

Demographics Nationwide

36%

Orthodox (Kyiv Patriarchate)

21%

Orthodox (Moscow Patriarchate)

10%

Greek Catholic

1%

RELIGION

Catholic

1%

Protestant

5%

Atheist

22%

I believe in God, but do not belong to any religion

2%

Other

4%

TYPE OF SETTLEMENT

Difficult to answer

70%

City

30%

Village

24%

REGIONS

West

31%

Center South

22%

East

22% 0%

50%

100%

86

Demographics Nationwide

21%

We need to save money for food

FAMILY FINANCES

We have enough money for food, but we need to save or borrow money to buy clothes and shoes

33%

We have enough money for food and necessary clothing and shoes, but we need to save or borrow money for other purchases like a good suit, a mobile phone or a vacuum cleaner

33%

We have enough money for food, clothing, shoes and other purchases, but we need to save or borrow money to purchase more expensive items (e.g. appliances)

11%

We have enough money for food, clothes, shoes and expensive purchases, but we need to save or borrow money for purchases like a car or an apartment

2%

Difficult to answer

1%

0%

50% 87

Demographics GENDER

Donbas Region

44%

Male

56%

Female

29%

AGE

18-35

25%

36-50

46%

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME

51+

3%

Ukrainian

75%

Russian

21%

Ukrainian and Russian equally

4%

EDUCATION

Primary/Incomplete secondary

19%

General secondary

43%

Vocational secondary

33%

Higher/Incomplete higher

20%

Worker

16%

OCCUPATION

White collar

1%

Higher or medium level executive

36%

Pensioner (not working)

5%

Student

8%

Housewife

7%

Unemployed

5%

Other 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

88

Demographics Donbas Region

20%

Orthodox (Kyiv Patriarchate)

40%

Orthodox (Moscow Patriarchate)

1%

RELIGION

Greek Catholic

6%

Atheist

21%

I believe in God, but do not belong to any religion

2%

Other

9%

REGIONS

TYPE OF SETTLEMENT

Difficult to answer

89%

City

11%

Village

66%

Donetsk

34%

Luhansk

0%

50%

100%

89

Demographics Donbas Region

26%

We need to save money for food

FAMILY FINANCES

We have enough money for food, but we need to save or borrow money to buy clothes and shoes

41%

We have enough money for food and necessary clothing and shoes, but we need to save or borrow money for other purchases like a good suit, a mobile phone or a vacuum cleaner

26%

We have enough money for food, clothing, shoes and other purchases, but we need to save or borrow money to purchase more expensive things (e.g. appliances)

3%

We have enough money for food, clothes, shoes and expensive purchases, but we need to save or borrow money for purchases like a car or an apartment

1%

3%

Difficult to answer

0%

50%

90

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