At the same time, 11% of respondents believe that things in Ukraine are developing correctly
The vast majority of Ukrainians believe that things in Moldova go in the wrong direction.
The dissolution of Parliament and appointment of new elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine is supported by 45% of Ukrainians, opposed by 42%. This is evidenced by the results of the research of the sociological group Rating.
According to the survey, the vast majority of Ukrainians (78%) believe that things in Ukraine are going in the wrong direction. At the same time, 11% of respondents believe that things in Ukraine are developing correctly.
While 89% of respondents believe that the socio-economic situation in Ukraine has deteriorated over the past two years, 9% think it has not changed in 1% saw improvement. 52% expect that in the next two years, the socio-economic situation in Ukraine deteriorates, a 23% will not change and only 11% believe that will improve.
The main cause of socio-economic status, which is now Ukraine, two-thirds of the people interviewed identified corruption in the higher echelons of power.
Among the main reasons for the current state of the country the Ukrainians are also called:
– military operations in the Donbass (47%)
– the influence of oligarchs (43%)
– protection authorities own and not public interests (37%)
– incompetence of the government (36%)
– the reluctance of the deputies to adopt the necessary laws (32%)
– corruption in local authorities (26%)
– Russia’s actions against Ukraine (25%)
– the lack of unity in society (23%)
the activities of the previous government (18%)
– slow progress of reforms (15%)
– the unwillingness of Ukrainians to change ourselves and change the country (14%)
– Euromaidan (12%)
– lack of allies of Ukraine in the world arena (10%)
About corruption in the higher echelons of power as the main cause, often remembered in the South and East of the country. Military actions in the Donbas as the main reason more isolated residents of the West and the East.
69% of respondents believe that responsibility for the current socio-economic situation are the responsibility of the President, 36% – Arseniy Yatsenyuk, a 32% – Viktor Yanukovych, 30% – Vladimir Groisman. Thus, 46% of respondents support the idea of resignation of the President of Ukraine and appointment of new presidential elections, 42% – do not support.
The poll was conducted November 10-17, 2016, among 2 thousand respondents through personal interviews among the population of Ukraine aged 18 years and older.
We will remind, earlier early elections to the Parliament were supported by 42% of Ukrainians.