Ukrainian Population Opinion on Role of State: Surveys Results
The changing attitude of Ukrainian population to state is investigated based on sociological surveys. The majority of respondents called for significant participation of state in economic governance, while not excluding market instruments. About one third of respondents wanted new model of social structure, but capitalism supporters were few. Unemployment was perceived as main economic problem. Based on analysis of respondents emphasis of state goals the conclusion can be made on existence in Ukrainian society the demand for another state model, which should be different from existing one and should be chosen.
Volume (Year): 21 (2014)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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