More than 9% of the population positively evaluate the results of the Minsk agreements, while 42% favour a referendum on the status ORDO

Only every 11th citizen of Ukraine (9,2%) positively assesses the results of the Minsk agreement, and a relative majority (42.3 percent) believe that the question of the status of the temporarily occupied territories of Donbass must be submitted to a national referendum. This is evidenced by the results of the national survey conducted by the sociological service of the Razumkov Center, writes UNIAN.

About a third of respondents (30.2 per cent) assess the results of the Minsk agreement negatively, and about one third (32,6%) — neutral. 16.0% of respondents said that they know nothing about these arrangements, and 12.1% of respondents were undecided.

However, a relative majority of respondents (42,3%) believe that the question of the status of the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions must be submitted to a national referendum. Do not support this idea of 33.2%, and others (24,4%) are undecided.

The survey showed that if a referendum on the status of the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions were held now, the participation in it would take half the population (49.6 per cent), a quarter (25.5 per cent) would not be, and another quarter of respondents (24.4 per cent) undecided.

The respondents were asked how they would vote if a referendum were held on the status of the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions and would have to choose one of two options of the actions of Ukrainian authorities in respect of the temporarily occupied territories: all the territories with a special status or official recognition of the occupation of these territories and their isolation.

The vast majority of those who would participate in the referendum (53,6%), would support the official recognition of the occupation of these territories and their isolation to establish formal control over these territories from Ukraine. 29.6% of those who would participate in the referendum would support the provision of the territories with a special status and Amnesty for members of the separatist movements, which did not commit serious crimes, and conduct of the elections official to establish control over these territories from Ukraine. Others (16,8%) are undecided with the answer.

The study was conducted from 18 to 23 November 2016 in all regions of Ukraine, except Crimea and occupied territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions. Surveyed 2015 respondents, aged 18 years. Theoretical sampling error does not exceed 2.3%.

Earlier it was reported that 50% of Ukrainians do not support granting Donbas a special status, and I support this idea only 22.7%. While 42% of Ukrainians support the cessation of economic ties with ORDO.




More than 9% of the population positively evaluate the results of the Minsk agreements, while 42% favour a referendum on the status ORDO 01.12.2016

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