More than 54 percent of Ukrainians say that gaining access to markets is the most important priority its foreign policy leaders should be focusing on, according to the results of an Institute for World Policy public-opinion poll.
Twenty-five years after Ukraine declared itself an independent country, 87 percent of its citizens say they would again vote in favor of Ukrainian sovereignty, according to the results of an Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation poll.
About 41 percent of Albanians say they have witnessed acts of corruption taking place in their municipal government, according to the results of an Institute for Democracy and Mediation public survey conducted for a PASOS project on transparency in the Western Balkans.
Nearly 85 percent of Ukrainians say that corruption in their country is one of the main obstacles in the way of Ukraine joining the European Union, according to the results of an Institute of World Policy survey.
About 64 percent of Ukrainians say they would vote in favor of NATO membership if a referendum was held on the issue, according to the results of an Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation poll.
Montenegrins are evenly split on the question of whether their country should join the NATO alliance, according to the results of a poll conducted by the Centre for Democracy and Human Rights.
People in the six largest European Union countries say that Ukraine must overcome corruption, oligarchism and poverty if it is to have any hope of joining the EU, according to the results of a poll commissioned by the Institute of World Policy.