For the first time in more than a decade of polling Ukrainians on their attitudes toward the Western alliances, an absolute majority – 52% – said they favored steering Ukraine’s foreign policy toward the European Union, said Andriy Bychenko, Director of Sociological Service at the Razumkov Center, the Los Angeles Times writes.
The share of respondents preferring to orient Ukraine’s trade and political relations toward Russia was 16.6%. The results were a qualitative drop from the nearly even split between pro-European and pro-Russian sentiments measured in previous polls since 2000, said Mr. Bychenko.
“The main reason for this change is the aggression …read more
Source: Razumkov Centre