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Only 25% of the Ukrainians know how the Visa Free Regime with the Schengen area countries
Visa-free regime was one of the key topics of mass media discussion in Ukraine over the past two years. At the same time data of research and media monitoring show that there were no systematic explanation of their rights and obligations connected with the implementation of a visa-free regime. Only 5% of press reports on this subject contained analytics, the rest presented just the summary records of the process of obtaining visa-free regime.
According to the latest polls conducted by Kyiv International Institute of Sociology, only 25% of respondents were able to correctly answer the question about how long one can stay in the EU territory according to the terms of visa-free regime.
For 75% of IDPs forced relocation was the first in the life of the relocation - KIIS study
The Ministry held a presentation of the preliminary results of a new KIIS study to the World Bank's request "Ukraine: Research socio-economic impact of the movement of persons and the return of the ATO."
The study found that 75% vnuishno displaced persons in Ukraine have fled their homes in 2014 for the first time in his life, most of them governed primarily by considerations of security. Thus, half of the immigrants never visited place of previous residence after the move. Another 25% - visiting relatives who remained in areas outside the control of up to 4 times a year.
The number of smokers among Ukrainian youth has decreased to 27% in the last 4 years
On March, 20, a press conference was held at the UNIAN news agency, where the participants for the first time announced the latest data on the prevalence of smoking hookahs, electronic cigarettes and flavored cigarettes among adult residents of Ukraine. This information was obtained as a result of a nationwide survey on smoking in Ukraine conducted by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology.
Geopolitical orientations of the residents of Ukraine: the European Union, Customs Union, NATO (February 2017)
If a referendum on joining the EU had been held in February 2017, there would have been 64% of votes for joining the EU, and 36% - against.
In a referendum on NATO membership, there would have been the following results: 57% - for Ukraine's accession to NATO, 43% - against.
Asked about the desired direction of foreign policy, 47% of respondents voted in favor of Ukraine joining the EU, 14% continue to support accession to the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia, and 28% believe that Ukraine should develop independently without signing in none of these associations.
Interview of Vladimir Paniotto to the Internet edition "Apostrophe"
6 березня вийшло інтерв'ю генерального директора КМІС Володимира Паніотто для інтернет-видання "Апостроф": "Социолог Владимир Паниотто: Безответная любовь украинцев к россиянам - для меня большая загадка", щодо рівня протестних настроїв населення України та інших показників соціального самопочуття українського суспільства.