Implementation of the basic principles of the Constitution of Ukraine and the constitutional rights of citizens (June 2021)

The survey was conducted by the Razumkov Centre sociological service from 11 to 16 June 2021, via face-to-face interviews at the respondents’ place of residence. 2018 respondents aged over 18 y.o. were interviewed in all regions of Ukraine, except for Crimea and the occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts, based on a sample representative of the adult population. The theoretical sampling error (excluding the design effect) does not exceed 2.3% with a probability of 0.95.

The survey was conducted within the project “Ukraine: 30 years on the road to Europe” funded by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation’s Office in Ukraine.

On the eve of the Constitution Day, the Razumkov Centre sociological service asked Ukrainian citizens about the extent to which the basic principles of the Constitution of Ukraine, which define it as a sovereign, independent, democratic, social, and legal state, have been implemented. According to the survey results, 67% of polled citizens believe that Ukraine is indeed a sovereign state (26% responded negatively), 56% of respondents call it an independent state (39.5% do not think so). 60% of respondents believe that Ukraine is a democratic state (33% responded negatively).

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