61% of citizens of Ukraine believe that currently, cooperation with the IMF and obtaining loans are inappropriate. Such data was published by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology according to the results of opinion polls.
In April, the proportion of people who believe that Ukraine needs loans from the IMF decreased by 8% (in June, the share was 24%).
In the first month of summer, the number of people who believe that Ukraine does not need to cooperate with the International Monetary Fund has increased by 15% - from 46 to 61%.
“Compared to April, the percentage of people who think so decreased by eight percentage points (from 32 to 24%). 61% of respondents in June said that it’s better not to cooperate with the IMF and not to get new loans. Compared to April, the percentage people who think so, increased by 15 percentage points (from 46 to 61%)," the report said.
It is reported that the institute conducted a telephone interview using a computer. The survey was conducted from June 20 to June 23, 2020, for adults aged 18 years and older. Samples do not include people from occupied territories. During the survey, 2000 interviews were conducted, the error does not exceed 2.2%.