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From Maidan camp to Maidan-sich: what has changed?
Since the survey on Maidan camp have passed one and a half months. During this time there were tough opposition protesters and security forces - beatings, repression, disappearances, and after the adoption of the infamous law of 16 January - real bloody fighting in Hrushevskoho Street and the first casualties. Maidan has been changed outside – barricades were built, stiffened in constant expectation of attack became more closed. Maidan camp was turned into a Maidan-Sich.
What changes have taken place with a population of Maidan? How has changed the social and demographic structure? Have the views and requirements changed of this much more militarized people? This we have tried to figure out in our survey.
Among reasons, which made people came out to the Maidan, three the most widespread were: brutal beating of demonstrators at the Maidan on November, 30 night, repressions (70%), Viktor Yanukovych refusal to sigh the Association Agreement with the EU (53.5%) and desire to change life in Ukraine (50%).
Dynamics of using the Internet in Ukraine
49.8% of the adult population of Ukraine used the Internet in September 2013. Thus, growth in the number of users continues even at a faster pace than expected. The growth rate in February 2012 - October 2013 was 16%, which is slightly inferior record jump of 34% in the period from March 2011 to February 2012
Popularity of ukrainian football clubs and evaluation match "Shakhtar" — "Dinamo"
FC "Dynamo" (Kyiv) has the most support in the Central (72%) and West (49%) regions. A support of this club in the Southern region is 30% of respondents, in the East — 12%.
Assessment of Ukraine national team playing football and most popular players
63% of fans are satisfied with playing of the National Team of Ukraine led by Michael Fomenko.