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Attitude of the population of Ukraine to Russia and the population of Russia to Ukraine, February 2021
In Ukraine in February 2021, 41% of Ukrainians treated Russia well, and about the same number treated badly - 42%. Compared to September 2020, the situation has not changed.
In Russia, 54% of the population treated Ukraine well and 31% badly. Compared to the previous wave of polls (August 2020), attitude has improved.
88% of Ukrainians and 80% of Russians support Ukraine’s independence from Russia, and 7% of Ukrainians and 17% of Russians want Ukraine to join Russia. The number of Ukrainians who want closed borders with Russia is 39% (and Russians - 23%), and the number of Ukrainians who want independent relations, but without borders and customs, is 49% (and Russians – 57%).
Соціально-політична ситуація в Україні - лютий 2021
У період з 11-16 лютого 2021 р. було проведено спільне дослідження силами двох дослідницьких центрів, КМІС та СОЦИС.
Загалом було опитано 3000 респондентів - по 1500 кожним з центрів.
Метод збору первинної соціологічної інформації — телефонне інтерв’ю CATI (computer-assisted telephone interviews);
Дослідження проводилось по всій території України (в усіх областях та в т.ч. м.Київ), окрім окупованих територій АР Крим, частини Донецької та Луганскої областей;
Результати репрезентативні на рівні всієї країни за показниками віку (старші за 18 років), статі, типу поселення (місто/село) та поділу країни на регіони;
Rating of candidates in the election of the President of Ukraine: the results of a telephone survey conducted on February 5-7, 2021
Among these candidates V. Zelenskyi would receive relatively the most votes, with 16.2% of all respondents and 22.7% of those who decided on the choice. In second place would be P. Poroshenko - 13.1% among all respondents and 18.3% among those who decided. In third place - Yuliia Tymoshenko, with indicators of 10.3% and 14.5%, respectively.
Almost a year with the pandemic: the results of an international Gallup research
People around the world are still mobilized against the threat, hoping for vaccines. However, the potential problems are becoming more significant.
Assessments of government action in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic are still quite high, but they are gradually declining. Compared to last spring, the threat of the disease is also considered significant, but today people in most countries find it somewhat exaggerated. Travel restrictions are widely recognized as a means of combating a pandemic. Human rights sacrifices are also present, but not without criticism. Attitudes towards vaccines are very positive, although the shadow of doubt remains significant and even dominates in a number of countries.
Rating of parties in the elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine: results of a telephone survey conducted on February 5-7, 2021
As of February 5-7, three parties have support at once, which differs within the statistical error, in fact, these three parties "share" the first - third places. In addition, the fourth party lags minimally behind the formal leaders (and its support is lower in terms of error compared to the party that formally ranks third in the ranking). Thus, the "YeS" party would get relatively the most votes, for which 12.2% of all respondents and 18.1% of those who decided on the choice would vote; "OPZZh" party - 11.4% and 16.8%, respectively; the "Sluha Narodu" party - 10.5% and 15.5%; "Batkivshchyna" party - 8.9% and 13.2%. Next are "Syla i Chest" (respectively 4.3% and 6.3%) and the Radical Party (3.5% and 5.2%). "Sharii’s Party" (2.6% and 3.9%), "Holos" (2.5% and 3.7%) and "Hroisman's Ukrainian Strategy" are slightly below the barrier to entry. (2.1% and 3.2%).