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What Do EU Citizens Think about Ukraine?

10:51 03.11.15
The Institute of World Policy presented the results of unique survey on how the citizens of 8 EU member states perceive Ukraine, its european aspirations, and Russia-Ukraine conflict.

The full publication is available here.

To see the results of the survey "How Do EU Citizens Perceive The War in Eastern Ukraine?"

The opinion poll had been conducted in Spain, Italy, Poland, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Sweden.

The survey is a continuation of the IWP's sociological research on the perceptions and attitudes of EU citizens towards Ukraine, firstly presented in June .

The survey will help to identify problems in the EU-Ukraine relations and to bring to light concerns of ordinary Europeans. These findings are strikingly important in terms of Russia's powerful efforts to sow division among European nations fracturing their unity with respect to Ukraine.

The opinion poll was conducted by the TNS company on request of the Institute of World Policy within "New European Policy: Filling the Awareness Gap" project supported by Ukraine National Initiatives to Enhance Reforms (UNITER) project, funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by the Pact in Ukraine.

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Hungary
20 April, 2016
The discussion paper was written by Ivan Medynskyi, research fellow at the Institute of World Policy, and Bence Kapcsos, invited Hungarian expert.
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