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Socio-political situation in Ukraine: July 2015
SELF-ASSESSMENT OF HEALTH BY UKRAINIAN POPULATION
In May 2015 40,5% of questioned adults rated their health as good or even very good, which twice exceeds the corresponding figure of 2001 (19.2%). Meanwhile, there is a reduction of those who negatively assesses their health: from 31.4% in the year 2001 to 17.7% in 2015.
Self-happiness (May 2015)
Despite all the problems and difficulties, the majority of Ukrainian society is optimistic. According to the results of survey conducted by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology in May 2015, 57% of residents of Ukraine feel themselves happy, 22% feel partly happy, partly unhappy, and 17% unhappy of rather unhappy.
What integration direction should Ukraine choose: referendum concerning joining the Customs Union, the European Union or NATO (May 2015)
According to the results of the survey conducted at the end of May 2015, the absolute majority of the Ukrainian population don’t support idea that Ukraine should choose joining the Customs Union with Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan: If the referendum concerning the joining of Ukraine the Customs Union had taken place at the end of May 2015, 58,8% would have voted against the joining, and 18,6% for the joining. The rest 24,7% wouldn't have decided or wouldn’t have taken part in the voting.
Ukrainian society (May 2015)
The presentation of Volodymyr Paniotto and Natalia Kharchenko “The current situation in the Ukrainian society”