Dnepropetrovsk residents refuse to rename their city

   Дата публикации: 24 Сентябрь 2015, 15:21

 

The results of the Kiev International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) poll conducted from 11 to 20 September, indicates that 90.5% of Dnepropetrovsk residents in favor of retaining this name of the city.

 

When asked which option they would choose from the voiced names at the public hearing, the answers were:

 

90.5% — Dnepropetrovsk,

 

4.6% — Dnieper,

 

1.4% — Sicheslav,

 

1.0% — Dneprovsk,

 

0.7% — Dneproslav,

 

0.3% — Dnepropol,

 

0.1% — Kodak,

 

0.1% — New Kodak,

 

0.1% — Svyatoslav,

 

0.8% — undecided with their opinion,

 

0.5% — refused to answer.

 

On the second place respondents have chosen:

 

18.3% — Dnieper,

 

3.9% — Sicheslav,

 

3.2% — Dneproslav,

 

2.7% — Dneprovsk,

 

2.5% — Dnepropetrovsk,

 

0.7% — Dnepropol,

 

0.6% — Svyatoslav

 

0.2% — Kodak

 

0.1% — New Kodak,

 

67.5% — undecided with their position,

 

0.5% — refused to answer.

 

From 11 to 20 September with the method of street interviews in Dnepropetrovsk were sampled 1,200 respondents aged over 18 years.

 

Statistical sampling error (with probability 0.95, and excluding design effect) doesn’t exceed 2.9% for the indicators close to 50%;

 

2.5% — to indicators close to 25%;

 

1.9% — to indicators close to 12%;

 

1.3% — to indicators close to 5%.

 

Dnepropetrovsk was named after Soviet leader Grigory Petrovsky, which in Ukraine is considered as one of the Holodomor organizers in 1932-1933 years.

 

 

 


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