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UKRAINIANSí ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE PERSONALITY OF JOSEPH STALIN
The study found that more than a third part of Ukrainians (37%) have negative attitude toward the personality of Stalin; positive attitude have about 22% of Ukrainians and careless - 28% of respondents.
THE LONG-AWAITED 21ST OF DECEMBER: WHO BELIEVES IN MAYAN PROPHECY?
Despite the hype in the media, 95% of Kiev citizens believe that doomsday will not come this Friday, and 30% - that it will not come ever.
Kyiv International Institute of Sociology conducted a public opinion poll among residents of Kyiv from November 28 to December 9. 1005 respondents aged over 18 were interviewed by CATI - computer-assisted telephone interviewing (personal phone interview). The sample is representative for the adult population of Kyiv by sex and age, territorial and administrative structures. Statistical sampling error with a probability of 0.95 is less than 3.2% for index close to 50%, 2.7% - index close to 25%, 1.9% - index close to 10%, 1.4% - index close to 5%, 0.6 % - index close to 1%.
UKRAINIANS ARE WIDELY AWARE OF POLITICAL SHOWS
Kyiv International Institute of Sociology held a regular nationwide opinion poll in the midst of a political campaign during the period of September 12-23, 2012, which was designed to study popularity and target audience of sociopolitical programs in structure of Ukrainian television network.
2,012 respondents were interviewed; the survey covered all regions of Ukraine (including the city of Kyiv) and in Crimea; sample was random and representative for the population of Ukraine aged 18 years and older.
Euro 2012: who are the referees?
The last chords of the group stage of Euro 2012 have left the air. This stage has brought many surprises, joys and disappointments. Our national team, having lost 1-0 in the game against British national team, finished its performance at this stage of the tournament. The same sitation is with the Polish national team. But this game has left many questions.
Football forecast for the second round of Euro 2012
Football battles of Euro 2012 continue. The first games seemed to be tense and, as it is usual for such tournaments, they were full of surprises. Who would have thought that Poland could stand the Greeks, and Denmark would take their 3 points from the Dutch national team? The list of major unexpected happenings is completed by the match Spain vs. Italy, in which the Spaniards — the current World and European champions — could not beat the uncompromising Italians.