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Religious Self-Identification and Prayer in Ukraine
By Olena Bogdan, email@example.com
May 19 to 31, 2016 Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) conducted a Ukraine-wide survey of public opinion. 2014 respondents from 110 cities and villages of all administrative regions participated in face-to-face interviews (except Crimea and occupied parts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions). The stochastic sample is representative for Ukraine’s population aged 18 and older, except those territories that are not controlled by Ukraine (the survey was conducted only in those parts of Luhansk and Donetsk Regions which are controlled by Ukraine; the survey did not cover any territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea).
The statistic sampling error (with probability 0.95 and design-effect 1.5) does not exceed:
3.3% for indicators close to 50%,
2.8% for indicators close to 25%,
2.0% for indicators close to 10%,
1.4% for indicators close to 5%,
0.7% for indicators close to 1 or 99%.
 In Ukrainian and Russian languages, “being a believer” has a religious or spiritual connotation. Please see the Annex for exact wordings of questions in Ukrainian and their translation into English.
Full English version of the report is here