Percentage of Ukrainians wanting to join NATO dropped in 2016, - survey
In 2015, 54,1% of Ukrainians wanted to join the Alliance, in 2016 - 47,1%
The percentage of Ukrainians who support joining NATO dropped compared to last year, according to the survey conducted by Gorshenin Institute, which was presented by the expert of the Institute Dmytro Antonyuk.
The expert pointed out that in 2015 there were 54,1% of Ukrainians who supported the idea of Ukraine to join NATO, in 2016 there are only 47,1%. In 2015, 33,1% of Ukrainians opposed integration with NATO, in 2016, 35,4% of Ukrainian citizens are against the idea.
The survey was conducted on February 8-17, 2016. 2000 respondents aged older than 18 from all regions of Ukraine except Crimea and occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions took part in the survey.
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