The Kiev International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) published results of two surveys conducted from September 1 to September 8 of the current year in regions of Ukraine.
About it on Thursday, September 11, writes "Kommersant Ukraine".
2035 respondents aged from 18 years were interrogated. Experts of KMIS found out, for what reason resignation of the government of Yulia Timoshenko could take place. 48,4% of respondents call a probable cause of it a further rise in prices, 30,7% - a fact in evidence of high treason the prime minister - the minister, 25% - a rise in prices for the Russian gas, 23,9% - promise non-performance on return of deposits of Sberbank of the USSR.
The director of KMIS Valery Hmelko noted that respondents from east and southern areas are most of all concerned by a rise in prices: "In the east and the South of 70% and 57% of respondents respectively consider as the main reason of possible resignation of the government a rise in prices. In the West - only 31%".
According to Hmelko, research showed that "votes of those who the main reason for resignation calls a fact in evidence of high treason of the prime minister" surprisingly evenly were about the country distributed.
During the second poll of KMIS the prime minister - the minister relatively российско - the Georgian conflict suggested respondents to give a position assessment. It is known that for the first 12 days of military operations of Tymoshenko didn't state the position on this question. 33,4% of respondents regarded behavior of the head of Cabinet of Ministers as unwillingness to spoil the relations with Russia in exchange for its support at presidential election. 23,7% of respondents consider that Tymoshenko didn't want to aggravate the international situation round Georgia. 19,7% are sure that the prime minister isn't obliged to express not the opinion on the international conflicts.