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Socio-political situation in Ukraine: September 2015
Petro Poroshenko Bloc and All-Ukrainian Union "Fatherland"( Batkivshchyna) are at the top of pre-election rating for parliamentary and local elections, followed by Self-Reliance party (“Samopomich”) and Opposition Bloc.
After the parliamentary election in October 2014, the party whose rating has dropped the most is the Peoples' Front (“Narodnyi front”). The ratings of Petro Poroshenko Bloc and Self-Reliance party raised first and then slightly dropped and returned to the level of 2014 parliamentary election. The rating of Fatherland has declined compared with July 2015 but is significantly higher in comparison with the 2014 elections.
The views and opinions of the population of Ukraine concerning the methods of resistance to the invaders / occupants: September 2015
To the question "Do you agree or disagree with the fact that the accession of Crimea to Russia in 2014 is its occupation?" 77.5% of respondents agreed with the statement, 10.8% - disagreed, and 11.7% undecided with their opinion or refused to answer.
The opinions and views of residents of Dnipropetrovsk on renaming the city: September 2015
On the question “As you may know, there are public hearings, discussion about renaming Dnepropetrovsk. On this card are indicated the most popular options. Please tell me which of these options you would choose first?” answers of respondents were distributed as follows:
People refuse from stationary phones even before phone tariffs increase
In spring of 2015 the percentage of mobile phone users among adult population in Ukraine was 2.3 times higher than the percentage of those who have a stationary (landline) phone: 89% of adults in Ukraine use mobile telecommunication, and only 39% use stationary phones. The percentage of stationary phone users continued to drop.
Electoral moods of the population of Mykolaiv: Election of Mayor, Municipal Council and the President of Ukraine
If the first round of elections of Mykolaiv Mayor took place in late July and and the following candidates would take part from all adult citizens (aged 18 years and older) of m. Mykolaiv: