Less than half of Ukrainian children would rather live in Ukraine, when they grow up. More than 90% believe that for a successful career they need to know English.
The vast majority (95.1%) of students are proud of their Ukrainian citizenship, while only 4.9% do not feel pride. This is according to a survey conducted by the Gorshenin Institute in children’s camp "Artek".
However, less than half of respondents – 49.1% – would like to live in Ukraine, when they become adults, 30.9% would rather live abroad. 20.0% could not answer.
66.7% of respondents would rather receive higher education in Ukraine, 31.4% – in Europe, 11.2% – in the U.S., 8.8% – in Russia (one could select 2 variants).
The study was conducted by the Gorshenin Institute on August 24, 2012 among the children of ICC "Artek". In total, 3,000 Ukrainian children, aged 7 to 16 years were quastioned. The margin of error is up to +/-1.8%.