Poll discovers EuroMaidan evolution from dreamy to radical

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Feb. 06, 2014 21:17
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In its early stages, EuroMaidan was peaceful and dreamy, with goals like European integration. This file photo shows protesters before a Nov. 24 mass rally in central Kyiv.
Photo by Katya Gorchinskaya

 The portrait of an average EuroMaidan activist looks something like this: a man from western Ukraine, about 40 years of age and a specialist likely with a higher education. His main demand is resignation of Viktor Yanukovych and he is not going to leave Maidan for anything less.

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