leolion_1 (leolion_1) wrote,
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чуровщина шагает по сша

http://www.pewglobal.org/2014/05/08/despite-concerns-about-governance-ukrainians-want-to-remain-one-country/

1. "У нас нет и никогда не было национальной проблемы между русскими и украинцами, пока вы не напустили на нас Киселева, который промыл мозги населению на Востоке. У нас и сейчас этой проблемы нет. Вам из Москвы не видно, как прекрасно относятся к русским во Львове и к западенцам на Луганщине".

With regard to ethnic Ukrainians, favorable attitudes are highly uniform across the territory of the country. Views toward ethnic Russians, however, are more positive in the country’s east (93% favorable) than either the far west or center west (60% and 81% favorable, respectively). Meanwhile, there are smaller differences by language, with Russian-only speakers more favorable toward ethnic Russians (94%) than either bilingual (85%) or Ukrainian-only speakers (73%).

Overall, 73% of Ukrainians say ethnic conflict is a big problem in their country, including 40% who say it is a very big problem. In 2009, just 37% (это значит более трети населения, а не just - прим. мое) said such conflict was a big problem, including only 15% who thought it was a very big concern. Western Ukrainians (77% big problem) and those in the east (74%) are nearly equally worried about ethnic conflict in Ukraine.

2. "Правый Сектор это пара сотен человек, которая даже на Западной Украине пользуется поддержкой пары процентов населения".

Overall, few (это уже каждый третий, а не few - прим. мое) in the country’s west (34%) or east (7%) give the Right Sector positive evaluations, although Ukrainians in the far west are somewhat more likely to describe the Right Sector as having a good influence (42%).

3. "Никому не нужен русский вторым государственным, любой нормальный человек может и хочет выучить украинский, а на русском говорить и так никто не запрещает. Даже на востоке большинство с этим согласно".

Today, a bare majority of Ukrainians (54%) think both Ukrainian and Russian should be official languages, while 41% say Ukrainian should be the only legally-recognized language.
Among western Ukrainians, nearly two-thirds (66%) say Ukrainian should be the only official language, while just 30% say both Ukrainian and Russian. Support for a Ukrainian-only policy is widespread in the far west (79%), but a majority (56%) in the center west also agrees. In the east, opinion is the reverse – 25% say just Ukrainian should be legally recognized, while 73% say both. Russian-only speakers in the east (86% both) are particularly supportive of both languages being legally recognized.


Это что означает, если мы с вами вообще что-то понимаем в гражданских и этнических конфликтах (а мы таки понимаем, учились-то на своих ошибках)?
Что горшочек варит будь здоров как, и если добавлять под ним огня, то вот это соотношение - 77% say Ukraine should remain united, compared with 14% who think regions should be permitted to secede if they so desire. In Ukraine’s west, which includes the central region around Kyiv (Kiev), as well as portions of the country that border Poland, Slovakia and Hungary, more than nine-in-ten (93%) think their nation should remain unified. A smaller majority (70%) in the country’s east – which includes areas along the Black Sea and the border with Russia – also prefer unity. - при таких исходящих будет вести себя, как ртуть в стакане.


Бонус-трек. "Жители Крыма голосовали под дулами автоматов, и референдум был нечестным, мне все мои друзья/родственники/знакомые знакомых из Крыма говорят,  что результаты подделаны".

Western Ukrainians are clearly unified in their opinions on Crimea. More than eight-in-ten (84%) say the referendum was not free and fair, and a roughly equal percentage (82%) says Kyiv should reject the results. Crimeans are also nearly unanimous, but in the opposite direction91% say the referendum was fair and 88% say the government in Kyiv should recognize the results.....Crimean residents are almost universally positive toward Russia. At least nine-in-ten have confidence in Putin (93%) and say Russia is playing a positive role in Crimea (92%).
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