According to results of a poll, held by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology, 36% of respondents consider former USSR leader Joseph Stalin a great leader.

At the same time, 34% of respondents do not agree with such an opinion, 17% of Ukrainians were unable to determine their attitude to Stalin.

Disagreement with the fact that Stalin was a great leader prevails among people having secondary education (31% against 24%, who agree with such an opinion), secondary special education (35% against 25%) and among people with higher education (40% against 33%).

At the same time, sociologists note that people having uncompleted secondary education and lower are inclined to consider Stalin to be a great leader (43% of objectors against 25% of acceptant persons).

Disagreement with the fact that Stalin was a great leader prevails among people aged 30-44 years (41% of objectors against 28% of acceptant persons). Among the young people (18-29 years of age) and persons aged 45-59, the share of those, who consider Stalin to be a great leader and those, who do not agree to that is actually equal (31% against 33% and 36% against 38% respectively).

The poll was held in the period since June 10-20. Gathering of information was held by a method of a personal interview in 24 Ukrainian regions and in Crimea. Respondents were chosen by quota sampling, representing the country's grown up population by the place of residence, sex and age. In total, 2,040 persons were interviewed.
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