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Another 66% of respondents believe that there will be no Maidan next year, according to a nationwide poll conducted by Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation jointly with Razumkov Center, an UNIAN correspondent reported from a Kyiv briefing.

At the same time, 43% of Ukrainians believe that the incumbent government is better than the previous one, while 34% say it is no different.

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Only 13% believe that the new government is worse than the previous one.

In the near future, only 16% of respondents suggest mass protests are possible in their cities (3% are sure of this and 13% allow this possibility).

At the same time, 40% consider this prospect unlikely, while another 34% are sure that there will be no such protests. Some 16% of respondents are ready to partake in rallies, of whom 4% consider they must participate.

At the same time, 71% are not ready to participate in rallies and protests.

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Sociologists note that almost the same results were recorded in late 2018.

*** Respondents were surveyed December 13-18. The margin of error does not exceed 2.3%.