Thus,the overwhelming majority of respondents (82%), in response to thequestion was whether they live better than 3-4 years ago, said thatover the last 3-4 years of their lives or became worse (almost43%), or not significantly the same (39%). Only 18% said theylearned to live better.
Life has become better for citizens of the East(20%) and southern Ukraine (23%). In the west and center of lifehas improved in 14% and 16%, respectively. However, even in theSouth (33%) and East (39%) of the country much more than those whoare 3-4 years ago were better than now. In the center and west ofthe respondents 48% and 51%, respectively.
Among those who are better off are mostly youngpeople 18-29 years (26%). Among all older people, it ranges between14-16%. At the same time 30% of young people just a few years agowere better. Among people aged 30 to 69 years, the rate in therange 46-48%.
The survey was conducted from 8 to 17 February2013. Were interviewed 2032 respondents living in all regions ofUkraine on stochastic sample, representative of the population ofUkraine over 18 years. The statistical margin of error (with aprobability of 0.95 and a design effect of 1.5) does not exceed:3.3% for indicators close to 50%, and 2.8% - for indicators, closeto 25%, 2.0% - for performance, close to 10%, 1.4% - for theindicators are close to 5%.
The results of the survey coincided with thethird anniversary of Viktor Yanukovych in office.