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Attitude of the citizens of Ukraine and Russia to Stalin
Among the Ukrainians, the negative attitude toward Stalin is prevalent in general - 42% regard him with the hostility, fear or hatred, 30% are indifferent and 14% have a positive attitude (with respect, sympathy or admiration).
The Ukrainians are much worse about Stalin than the Russians (citizens of Russia). While % of the Ukrainians have a positive attitude to Stalin, in Russia these amount is almost three times bigger - 40%. Also, 28% of the Ukrainians and 58% of the Russians consider Stalin to be the wise leader who led the USSR to prosperity; the need for a leader of such type as Stalin feel 23 % of the Ukrainians and 33% of the Russians; also, 77% of the Ukrainians and only 44% of the Russians consider him to be a cruel, inhuman tyrant.
Attitude of the Ukrainians to public holidays, February 2018
The most popular public holidays in Ukraine are:
What to present to women on the march 8th ? Women-politicians: to what extent the population of Ukraine trust them?
According to the results of the poll, top 7 presents women want to receive are flowers, jewelry, romantic journey, money, care and attention, toilet water or perfume, and romantic dinner. Compared to 2017, the percentage of those women who want to receive money as a gift got bigger.
Among those women who were in the list we asked about, the best trust-mistrust balance have O.Syroid and V.Lutkovska (the difference between them is insignificant), on the second place are O.Bogomolets and I.Herashchenko (the difference is significant but not big), on the third place – Y.Tymoshenko and N.Savchenko.
The higher is the level of acquaintance with one or another woman - the higher is the level of distrust.
New Year press release: what presents do the Ukrainians expect for the year of the earth dog
Over the past few years, on the New Year holidays` eve, KIIS conducts the survey to find out what presents are popular among the Ukrainians.
According to the survey results, the Ukrainians, as it was previously, are quite mercantile: at the first place with a big break are money, about 17% of the polled would love to receive them as a gift. Further three presents are the automobile and the accessories for it, the romantic journey, and the household appliances (from 6% to 7%).
Self-assessment of the state of health by the population of Ukraine
Kyiv International Institute of Sociology monitors the dynamics of self-assessment of the state of health among the Ukrainians since 1995. Survey data show that over the past two years, the state of health of Ukrainian residents remains virtually unchanged: research records neither improvement nor a statistically significant deterioration in how the Ukrainians assess their own health compared with data from 2015.