According to the survey results of the "Democratic initiatives" fund, almost half of Ukraine's population believe that obtaining membership in the EU should be the priority integration course of the country, ForUm's correspondent reports.

Thus, 42% of respondents support integration in the European Union, 31% of respondents stand for the Customs Union, while 13.5% of respondents believe Ukraine does not need either of them.

The survey also shows that EU integration is supported mostly by young people. Thus, 54% of respondents between 18 and 30 years of age stand for the EU, while citizens of older age (60 and older) prefer the Customs Union - 45%.

Moreover, EU integration is mostly supported in western and central regions of Ukraine - 72% and 49% respectively, while south and east traditionally prefer the Customs Union - 49% and 50%.

"Democratic initiatives" held the survey in May 17-20 and interviewed 2010 respondents from all regions of Ukraine. Theoretical error makes 2.3%.


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