Poll: Half of Ukrainians don't support Kyiv Euromaidan

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Dec. 30, 2013, 3:41 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

Ukrainians are divided into almost two equal camps in their attitude to Kyiv Euromaidan
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Ukrainians are divided into almost two equal camps in their attitude to Kyiv Euromaidan: 50 percent of Ukrainians don't support Euromaidan, while 45 percent have the opposite position, according to the December research conducted by Research & Branding Group.

Regarding the forecast of Euromaidan future, 43 percent of citizens said that its consequences sooner could be negative, while 31 percent of the respondents thought the opposite. Besides, 17 percent said that the Euromaidan would bring no negative consequences.

The Research & Branding Group conducted survey of the public opinion of Ukrainians regarding its assessment of the current situation in Ukraine from December 23 to December 27. The information was collected through personal interviews in 24 regions of Ukraine, Crimea, Kyiv and Sevastopol. The possible margin of error is 2.2 percent.

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