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5 December 2016, 13:26 | Social questioning |
46.2% of Ukrainian who identify themselves as Orthodox, support "Ukraine’s Parliament appeal to Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew requesting autocephaly (self-governance) of the Orthodox Church in Ukraine.” 18.5% do not support; 35.3% found it difficult to answer.
25 November 2016, 10:51 | Social questioning |
Ukrainian Sociology Service company and the Institute of Sociology of NAS of Ukraine issued a survey about the establishment of the unified Orthodox Church in Ukraine, Religion in Ukraine reports.
26 May 2016, 11:45 | Social questioning |
70.4% Ukrainians call themselves believers, although many of them believe that this does not necessarily involve belonging to a particular religion or denomination.
28 January 2016, 14:28 | Social questioning |
According to the poll published at a press conference in Kyiv on Wednesday, almost two thirds of respondents encountered corruption in 2015, and each fifth almost every month.
10 July 2015, 16:18 | Social questioning |
A mere 8% of the Ukrainians polled by the Razumkov Center in May 2015 say they support the idea of a federal system in the country, Unian informs.
25 June 2015, 11:31 | Social questioning |
According to a survey conducted by “Rating” sociological group, the religious leaders that are most trusted by Ukrainians are Patriarch Filaret (40%) and Pope Francis (35%). The leaders of distrust are Patriarch Kirill of Moscow (39%) and Metropolitan Onufriy (25%). More than half of respondents do not know Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I, Metropolitan Makariy (UAOC) and Patriarch Sviatoslav (UGCC).
23 March 2015, 11:31 | Social questioning |
4 March 2015, 12:53 | Social questioning |
More than 40% of Ukrainians believe that it is necessary for Kyiv to regain control of the Russian-annexed Ukrainian territory of the Crimea as soon as possible, according to the results of a poll presented by director of the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation Iryna Bekeshkina at a press conference on Tuesday, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
15 May 2014, 11:08 | Social questioning |
30 December 2013, 12:03 | Social questioning |
As in previous years, today Ukrainians have the most trust in the church and the media, and the least trust in the parliament, the courts and the police.
26 April 2013, 15:52 | Social questioning |
According to a poll conducted by the Razumkov Center in March 2013, only 18.7% of Ukrainians know about the doctrine of the “Russian World” of Patriarch Kirill.
20 December 2012, 09:54 | Social questioning |
86.9% of Ukrainians do not believe the end of the world will happen on 21 December, 2012 according to the results of a poll.
13 March 2012, 08:44 | Social questioning |
According to the results of a poll conducted by Research&Branding Group, 42% of Ukrainians consider religion and faith to be a national traditio.
16 September 2011, 14:50 | Religion and society |
The head of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Patriarch Sviatoslav Shevchuk took the first place in the rating of the public figures of the Lviv Region according to the version of a social-political information agency Mediastar.
25 August 2011, 11:48 | Social questioning |
In August 2011, the editorial staff of RISU asked their readers the following question: Do you feel free in independent Ukraine?
11 August 2011, 18:22 | Social questioning |
The results show that the value priorities of Ukrainians in 2011 are nearly the same as in 1991: good health (4.85 points on the 5 point scale), good family (4.82), children’s well-being (4.73), material welfare (4.72). The least significant values for Ukrainians include participation in the activity of political parties and public organizations (2.46) and participation in religious life (2.89).
18 June 2011, 10:20 | Community |
About 10-12% of couples in Ukraine live in civil marriages, an employee of the Institute for Demography and Social Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Liudmyla Sliusar, said at a press conference in Kyiv on June 14, referring to the results of a sociological poll conducted by the institute.
6 May 2011, 10:30 | Religion and society |
According to the poll of the International Social Survey Project, which analyzes social processes in Europe, Ukrainians forgot their Communist and atheist past and turned to the church on a mass scale, making them the fifth most religious nation in Europe.
28 April 2011, 12:18 | Social questioning |
Some 60% of Ukrainians support the statement that the Holodomor famine in 1932-1933 was genocide against the Ukrainian people, KyivPost reports.
8 February 2011, 12:05 | Social questioning |
At the roundtable discussion “Church-State Relations in Ukraine: Specificities and Tendencies of Development” held in Kyiv today, Razumkov Center presented the results of its sociological data and analysis for the last decade. Razumkov Center developed an address to the government on the unacceptability of forced solutions to religious problems and noticed deterioration in church-state relations.