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Index of Russian propaganda efficiency (VIDEO)

It is impossible to conduct counterpropaganda without estimation of its effectiveness. The efficiency of counterpropaganda can be measured as the reduction of Russian propaganda efficiency per unit of expenses. That is why the index of Russian propaganda efficiency is needed.

Index of Russian propaganda efficiency, which we offer, can become a tool for evaluation of Ukraine’s counterpropaganda measures in different regions and among different social groups.

Socio-political situation in Ukraine: March 2015

In case of elections, tree parliamentary parties (Petro Poroshenko Bloc, Samopomich and Batkivschyna) could get the most increase, while “Narodnyi front” is at the biggest risk of losing support.

Petro Poroshenko, Yulia Tymoshenko and Andriy Sadovyi are the leaders of presidential rating.

If to compare with the previous parliamentary election, Batkivschyna nearly doubled their support, and Samopomich raised popularity by one third.

People in Ukraine generally have negative expectations for the next twelve month, but are cautiously optimistic for a long term period.

"The humanitarian map of Donbass". Press-conference.

During the round table "Humanitarian map of Donbass: the needs of local residents and displaced persons" Natalia Kharchenko, Executive Director of the Kyiv international Institute of sociology (KIIS), asserted the following "89% of the population of the occupied territories of Donbass don’t want to leave their place of residence, only 6% of respondents would like to leave it but they can't due to some circumstances".

The roundtable was held March 30 at the hotel "Opera".


Attitude to the status of the Russian language in Ukraine

Little more than a half of the Ukrainian population - 52% consider that the Russian language should be the second official language only in those territories where the most people support this idea. The idea that the Russian language should be struck off the formal communication and the idea that the Russian language should be the second official language in Ukraine support approximately equal proportion of the respondents - 21% and 19% respectively.

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