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Trust to social institutions
The most trustworthy institutions for the Ukrainians are the church, volunteers and the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The least trustworthy are the government of Ukraine, Russian mass-media and the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (these institutions` trust rate among the population is less than 10%). In general, the trust rate changed significantly over the past year. There is a tendency for the decrease of the Ukrainians rate of trust toward the social institutions.
COMMENTARY ABOUT THE STANDARDS FOR THE PUBLICATION OF THE SOCIOLOGICAL RATINGS
It turns out that many people interpret the sociological ratings incorrectly. Partly it is the fault of sociologists because they can not agree on the standards for the publication of ratings (actually they have agreed on some but not all). This comment is ought to help the readers of our site to understand this matter.The first thing that is always made public is the percentage of those who will vote for a particular party (or candidate) WITH THE RESPECT TO ALL RESPONDENTS. This is the direct results of the survey, and in relation to these indicators, the sampling errors are calculated. These data are needed to compare different studies, but THEY DO NOT SHOW WHAT PARTIES WILL BE ELECTED TO THE PARLIAMENT.
Religious Self-Identification and Prayer in Ukraine
80% of respondents say they belong to Christianity; 12% indicate that they do not belong to any religion but are believers. At the same time, 44% prayed at home at least once in the past week (prayed in their own words, by a prayer book or in some other way); 62% did so in the past month.
Regional presentations of KIIS study "Corruption in Ukraine"
We offer you a regional presentation of KIIS study "Corruption in Ukraine: Comparative Analysis of National Surveys: 2007, 2009, 2011, and 2015".
KIIS survey report "Corruption in Ukraine"
For familiarization is available the full report of KIIS syrvey "Corruption in Ukraine: Comparative Analysis of National Surveys: 2007, 2009, 2011, and 2015".