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Most Ukrainians support unitary state and one state language - poll

23-04-2014 16:51

Ukrainians support the current unitary form of the state system and one state language, according to a survey "Ukraine. Presidential elections 2014. April" conducted by four research centers, Ukrinform has reported.

"The vast majority of Ukrainians supports a unitary form of the state system in Ukraine - 70.9% of respondents, while the federal system is supported by 18.7%," reads the report. As many as 37.3% of respondents support Ukrainian as the only official and state language, whereas 31.7% want Ukrainian to be the state language and Russian the official language in some regions of the country. Another 28.9% believe that two languages - Ukrainian and Russian - can be state languages. The survey was conducted on April 9-16, 2014 by the Socis Center, Kyiv International Institute of Sociology, the Rating Sociological Group and the Razumkov Center. A total of 6,200 respondents were interviewed in all regions of Ukraine (excluding Crimea). The poll's margin of error does not exceed 0.8%.