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17
march
2021
Довіра українців до політиків і ставлення до олігархів, березень 2021

Найбільше населення України довіряє Володимиру Зеленському (45%), Юлії Тимошенко (31%), Юрію Бойко (26%), Петру Порошенко (25%), найменше -  Максиму Степанову і Сергію Стерненко (по 8%) і Оксані Марченко (10%).

Якщо вирахувати баланс довіри і недовіри (відсоток тих, хто довіряє мінус відсоток тих, хто не довіряє), найкращий баланс у Зеленського (-7%), потім ідуть Стерненко (-16%) і Степанов (-23%). Найгірший баланс у Медведчука (-57%), Авакова (- 48%) і Порошенка (-48%).

12
february
2021
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.

4
february
2021
Trust in social institutions and parties: December 2020

Volunteers, ordinary people in their locality, the army and the Church continue to enjoy the greatest trust in Ukrainian society.

74% of respondents trust volunteers who help the army, which is 11 percentage points higher than in 2018. 66% of respondents trust volunteers who help IDPs (compared to 61% in 2018). 67% trust ordinary people in their locality (almost unchanged compared to 2018, when the indicator was 68%). 66% trust the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which is 15 percentage points more than in 2018. 52% trust the Church (in 2018 – 51%).

21
january
2021
Stress situations in the lives of Ukrainians, 2020

According to a KIIS survey, two-thirds (67%) of respondents experienced some sort of stressful situation during 2020. This is significantly more than in the period 2017-2019, when 50-53% of respondents experienced stress. Compared to all previous years of measurements (2013-2019), in 2020 there is a relatively highest proportion of those who survived a serious illness or death of relatives (16% of respondents), as well as those who lost their jobs (13%). Compared to 2019, in 2020 it became more of those who lost faith in people, faced meanness (there were 6% in 2019, became 10% in 2020), and those who found themselves without means of subsistence (there were 3%, became 6%). At the same time, both in 2019 and in 2020, compared to 2013-2018, a significantly smaller share of those who felt helpless or lost faith in their own strength.

10
november
2020
Socio-political orientations of the population of Ukraine: October 2020

From October 17 to 24, 2020, KIIS conducted a CATI (computer-assisted telephone interviews) survey based on a random sample of mobile phone numbers. The aim of the research was to study the domestic and foreign policy orientations of the citizens of Ukraine and to find out the current presidential and party ratings.

The sample is representative for the adult population (18 years and older) of Ukraine. The sample does not include territories that are temporarily not controlled by the authorities of Ukraine - the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, certain districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions. 1502 interviews were conducted during the survey. The statistical error of the sample (with a probability of 0.95 and without taking into account the design effect) does not exceed: 2.6% for indicators close to 50%, 2.2% - for indicators close to 25%, 1.7% - for indicators close to 10%, 1.1% - for indicators close to 5%.

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