16 March 2015 Press releases

Judiciary reform: public opinion poll, judges and experts surveys

The necessity to implement the judiciary reform in Ukraine is supported by the majority of Ukrainian citizens, at that 46% consider that this reform is one of the most urgent tasks and should start as soon as possible. Another 34% of respondents also observed the necessity to reform judiciary system, but stated that there are tasks of the greater importance and the judiciary reform can be delayed for some time.

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Expert opinion


17 February 2015
Books

National Exit Poll: 2014 Parliamentary Elections

From presented publication you will be able to get to know about the peculiarities of voters of different political forces and candidates, the dynamics of electoral choice and a lot of other interesting things.

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28 October 2014
Mass media

Taking Measure Of The Ukrainian Mind-Set

How have Ukrainian attitudes toward the EU, Russia, and NATO changed? Is it possible to conduct opinion polls in the Donbas? And why is support for the Ukrainian Communist Party in decline? On the eve of critical parliamentary elections in Ukraine, Dmitry Volchek of RFE/RL's Russian Service speaks to Kyiv-based sociologist Iryna Bekeshkyna, director of the Democratic Initiative polling fund.

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20 October 2014
Mass media

Donbas poll finds support for united Ukraine

September polling shows weak support for separation and that more people want to be citizens of a united Ukraine.

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13 October 2014
Events

National Exit Poll on 2014 parliamentary elections

On October 26, 2014 – day of the elections to Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine – “National Exit Poll” consortium which includes Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation (DIF), Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS), and Ukrainian Centre for Economic and Political Researches named after Oleksanr Razumkov (Razumkov Centre) will conduct the National Exit Poll-2014.

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9 October 2014
Events

Majority of Ukrainians are ready to make serious concessions to Russia and DPR and LPR leaders in exchange for establishment of peace

51% Ukrainians are willing to seek compromise in order to establish peace with Russia and self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republic. This is highlighted by the public opinion poll conducted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation together with Kyiv International Institute of Sociology during September 12-21, 2014.

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9 October 2014
Events

Majority of Donbas population wants to live in Ukraine

Majority of Donbas population wants its region to stay inside Ukraine, but with more autonomy. This is confirmed by results of the public opinion poll conducted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation and Kyiv International Institute of Sociology during September 12-21, 2014.

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26 September 2014
Events

Electoral attitudes of population one months before the elections

The nation-wide public opinion poll was conducted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives together with the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology during September 12-21, 2014, with the financial support of the MATRA program of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Ukraine.

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3 September 2014
Mass media

'A Ukraine Peace Plan That Excludes Ukrainians Is Unacceptable'

A response to the Boistö Group's 24-step agenda for resolving the crisis.

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22 August 2014
Books

National Exit Poll: 2014 Presidential Elections

In a published book "National Exit Poll: 2014 Presidential Elections", you can find articles, devoted to methodology of research, analysis of different presidential candidates' electorate, and dynamics of electoral choice. Book also presents chronology of the Natioanl exit poll in Ukraine and lots of other interesting materials.

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