Support for Ukraine’s accession to NATO has reached a historic high.
Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Support for Ukraine’s accession to NATO has reached a historic high.

In a referendum, 86% of Ukrainians would support this initiative, 3% would be opposed, and 8% would not vote, according to a study from the Rating group. In addition, 87% of respondents would support Ukraine’s accession to the EU in the event of a referendum, with 3% against and 8% that would not vote. According to sociologists, support for joining the EU and NATO is almost unanimous among representatives from all macro-regions, age, and property groups. About 85% of respondents support creating a military-political union consisting of Ukraine, Poland, and the UK. However, 3% are against such an initiative, and 7% are indifferent. Moreover, 80% support creating a military-political union consisting of Ukraine, Poland, and Lithuania, 6% are against such a union, and 9% are indifferent. Also, the concept of military-political alliances with EU countries has high support across all regional, age, and wealth groups.

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