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Public opinion of Ukraine on the 28th year of independence of the state
A nationwide public opinion poll was conducted by Kiev International Institute of sociology by order the Ilko Kucheriv “Democratic Initiatives” Foundation in collaboration with the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology on August 8-20, 2019. The survey was conducted in 103 settlements (PSUs) in all oblasts of Ukraine except for the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. In the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts, the polls were conducted only in the territories controlled by Ukraine. A total of 2040 respondents were interviewed, those polled represent the adult population of Ukraine (over 18 years) by their characteristics. The sampling error does not exceed 2.3%.
The poll is financially supported by the International Renaissance Foundation. Some questions were included by the request of the Center for Political and Legal Reforms.
To compare changes in public opinion, the results of surveys conducted at different times by the DI Foundation together with its partners - the Razumkov Center and the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology, as well as some monitoring data of the Institute of Sociology of NAS of Ukraine, are included.
Satisfaction with different aspects of life and how life is going on in general
Out of various aspects of life, satisfaction with which was evaluated in the study, the majority of the Ukrainians are satisfied with their family, children, relationships with people around, personal life and their knowledge and skills. In particular, 77% are more or less satisfied with their family, 9% are more or less dissatisfied (the average satisfaction rate on a scale from 1 – "completely unsatisfactory" to 5 – “completely satisfactory” is 4.3 points). Also, 78% are satisfied with the behavior of their children, the development of children`s personal qualities, 6% of those who have kids are not satisfied (the average is 4.3). Further, 77% are satisfied with their behavior towards other people, 4% are not satisfied (the average is 4.2); 76% are satisfied with the attitude they receive from others, 6% are not satisfied (the average is 4.2). Also, 70% are satisfied with their knowledge, experience, skills, 7% are not satisfied (the average is 4.1); 63% are satisfied with their personal (intimate) life, 10% are not satisfied (the average is 4.1).
Гендерний аналіз викликів у експортній діяльності для українських мікро-, малих та середніх підприємств (ММСП)
Канадсько-український проект з підтримки торгівлі та інвестицій (CUTIS) презентував результати дослідження «Видимі та невидимі бар’єри: Гендерний аналіз викликів у експортній діяльності для українських мікро-, малих та середніх підприємств (ММСП)». Презентація дослідження відбулася під час круглого столу за участю представників міжнародних та громадських організацій, урядових інституцій, наукових та освітніх закладів, а також бізнесу.
Головна мета дослідження - надати зацікавленим сторонам корисні стратегічні рекомендації щодо зменшення гендерних бар'єрів у торгівлі для ММСП у власності та під керівництвом жінок.
Підписання контракту і задоволеність сімейним лікарем: Лютий 2019 року
Stressful situations in the lives of the ukrainians, 2018
According to a recent KIIS study, 52% of those polled experienced some sort of stressful situation. Compared to 2017, the number of such situations has not changed significantly (it was 53% in 2017). There is a decrease in the total proportion of respondents who felt helpless and lost faith in themselves (17 percentage points in 2018 versus 21 percentage points in 2017), as well as in the proportion of those who lost their job and found themselves without livelihood (11 percent points versus 15 percentage points respectively). At the same time, the share of people who experienced other stressful situations decreased by three percentage points, that is from 16 in 2017 to 13 in 2018.