According to head of the Department of the Kyiv international Institute of sociology Anton Grushetsky, "for the sake of peace in Ukraine," 33, 3% of the population are willing to Express support for the formal separation of Crimea from Ukraine, UNIAN.
However, about fifteen, 3% of the respondents believe that the region must also be transferred to Russia.
at the same time just over fifty percent of Ukrainians (50, 6%) continue to view Crimea as part of Ukraine.
the journal emphasizes that the survey was not conducted within the Republic of Crimea became part of Russia following a referendum in March 2014, and equally in the survey was attended by residents of the territories, outside of the APU.
After the change of power in Ukraine in February 2014 the majority of the inhabitants of the South-Eastern regions did not realize the legitimacy of the new authorities and demanded federalization of the country, and then independence for their regions. In may 2015, Poroshenko has said that Ukraine will not be a Federation, but the authorities are ready to decentralization.