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Assessment of the work of authorities and reaction to current events
Nearly half of those polled (45%) said their utility bills in October 2019 had increased compared to October 2018. Also, 35% of respondents reported that these costs had not changed or had decreased.
By the end of November, 52% of those polled had a positive attitude to Volodymyr Zelenskyi, 19% hold a negative attitude. During the fall, the share of those who favor Zelenskyi has decreased: it was 73% in September, 66% in October, 64% in early November, and 52% in late November. The share of those who take Zelenskyi negatively has increased during the autumn: it was 7% in September, 9% in October, 12% in early November, 19% at the end of November.
Interethnic prejudice in Ukraine, September 2019
The lowest level of ethnic prejudice in Ukraine towards the Ukrainians, Belarusians, and Russians, the highest - towards the Africans and Roma.
During the year (September 2018), xenophobia had declined slightly from 4.2 to 4.0. In general, the level of xenophobia in Ukraine had been increasing from 1994 to 2007 (in 2007 it was the highest in all time of observations), from 2008 to 2013 it had been decreasing slightly, in the period after the annexation of Crimea and the war in Donbas from 2014 to 2018 it had been slightly increasing and have returned to the level of the 2013.
Buying airline tickets and attitude to airline companies: September 2019
9.6% of respondents have had experience in purchasing airline tickets in the last 1.5 years (7.1% of them have purchased tickets with international connection, 1.6% - with the connection within Ukraine, 0.9% - with both international and domestic connection).
Among those who have experienced the purchase of airline tickets (that is, among 88 respondents who said they have purchased airline tickets in the past year and a half), 57.6% say that low fares are the most important factor in choosing an airline, 25.5% mention high level of service, 14.8% mention punctuality.
Думки і погляди жителів м. Київ: Жовтень 2019 року
Attitude of the population of Ukraine toward Russia and of the population of Russia toward Ukraine, September 2019
In Ukraine, in September 2019, 54% of the Ukrainians responded that they were positive or very positive about Russia, 35% were negative or very negative, 12% were hesitating;
For the entire period of observations (from 2008 to 2019), the Ukrainians have a more positive attitude toward Russia than the Russians do towards Ukraine. In September 2019, for the first time in the period of monitoring, the number of those in Russia who are positive about Ukraine is bigger than the number of the Ukrainians who feel positively about Russia – 56%.Also, 31% held bad or very bad attitude toward Ukraine, that is, now the Russians feel better about Ukraine than the Ukrainians do about Russia (56% compared to 54%, the difference is small, it is 2 percentage points).