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Are the things in Ukraine going in the right direction now?
In early May this year the residents of unoccupied territory of Ukraine believed that things in Ukraine are going in the right direction - 20%, in the wrong direction - 60%, could not give an answer - 20%.
"The European Union" and "the Customs Union"
The study was conducted by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology and the company "Rating" during the period of February 23 - March 14, 2013. The field phase took place from February 27 to March 10, 2013. The survey was conducted in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea (in 41 settlements).
Ukrainiansí thoughts on control of deputies and officials corruptness
The vast majority of respondents (88.2%) agree that the laws against corruption in Ukraine are not effective since they are approved by the Verkhovna Rada, ie by deputies who are to be controlled by these laws as well. Also 65.5% of respondents totally agree with the above and 22.7% of respondents are likely to agree.
Populationís trust in state government bodies
Kiev International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) conducted a nationwide poll of citizens during the period of July 19–28, 2012. 1001 respondents were interviewed with the help of CATI method (telephone interview); the survey covered all the regions of Ukraine, including Kiev and the Crimea peninsula; the sample was random and representative for the whole population of Ukraine aged 18 years and older.
UKRAINIAN TRUST IN SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS
During the survey Omnibus-KIIS held in February, 2012, respondents were asked the question about how much they trust or distrust different social and political institutions. The result was calculated and designed as a trust-mistrust balance, being the difference between the percentage of those who trust and those who distrust.