Balance of mistrust of government gets worse by 70%, - survey

Source : 112 Ukraine

The balance of trust in September was plus 35%, and in February - minus 36%
18:06, 21 February 2020

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The balance of mistrust of the government has changed for the worse by 70% over the last five months. This is stated in a survey that was conducted by the Razumkov Center.

6% of respondents fully support the activities of the Ukrainian government, 34% support particular measures, 51% - show no support.

28% of respondents trust the government, 64.5% display mistrust for the most part. However, in September 2019, when 57% of the respondents trusted the government, only 22% felt the opposite way.

Thus, the balance of trust in September was plus 35%, and in February - minus 36%.

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The study was being conducted by the Razumkov Center Sociological Service from February 13 to February 17, 2020. 2018 respondents, aged 18 and over, were interviewed in all regions of Ukraine, except Crimea and the occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

As we reported earlier, most Ukrainians do not trust the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the Cabinet of Ministers and Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk.

The corresponding survey was being conducted by the Center of Social Monitoring and Ukrainian Institute for Social Research named after Oleksandr Yaremenko from January 24 to January 28.

Related: Most Ukrainians do not trust Verkhovna Rada and Cabinet of Ministers, - poll

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