The vast majority of Ukrainians support the creation of Ukraine’s military-political alliances with Poland and the United Kingdom, as well as with Lithuania.
According to the poll by the Rating Group cited by the UNIAN agency, 85 percent of Ukrainians support creating a military and political union with Poland and the U.K., while 80 percent support a Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian alliance.
Just 3 percent of respondents were against the establishment of a political-military union with Poland and Great Britain, 7 percent were indifferent towards this, and 5 percent had no opinion. Meanwhile, 6 percent were against a Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian political-military union, 9 percent were indifferent, and 5 percent had no opinion.
The survey also shows record-high support for Ukraine’s accession into NATO and the European Union, with 86 percent of Ukrainians saying they would support joining NATO in a referendum, 3 percent would be against it, and 8 percent would not vote. The poll also showed that 87 percent support joining the European Union.
The authors of the survey stress that support for joining NATO and the EU is almost identical among representatives of all Ukrainian regions, age brackets, and income groups.
The Interfax-Ukraine agency points out that this was the 20th nationwide survey carried out in wartime conditions. A thousand respondents aged 18 years and older in all regions of Ukraine were polled, except in the occupied territories in Crimea and Donbas, as well as regions where Ukraine’s mobile network did not work.