Ukrainians do not want their children to live in Russia - poll
KYIV. Feb 22 (Interfax-Ukraine) – Half of Ukrainians (50%) want their children to live in Ukraine, according to a survey conducted by the Rating Sociological Group.
According to the results of the poll presented at the Interfax-Ukraine news agency on Thursday, over a quarter of respondents (26%) would like their children to live in the European Union, and 7% would like to see their children in the United States. At the same time, Russia, as a country for the residence of their children, would be chosen only by 2% of respondents. Other respondents either found it difficult to answer, or called another country.
In addition, sociologists found that one in three Ukrainians (30%) regret the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, while more than half (55%) do not feel nostalgia for the USSR.
The greatest number of those nostalgic about the Soviet Union was recorded in Odesa (52%), Mykolaiv (46%) and Luhansk (42%) regions.
The survey was conducted from December 12 to December 28, 2017. A total of 30,000 respondents aged over 18 were interviewed face-to-face. The poll's margin of error does not exceed 0.6%.