41% of Ukrainians Feel They and the Russians Are the Same People

A poll conducted in July 2021 by the Ukrainian pollster “Rating” found that 41% of Ukrainians agreed with Putin’s statement that “Russians and Ukrainians are one people belonging to the same historical and spiritual space” while 55% disagreed.

In Eastern Ukraine 65% agreed, and even in Western Ukraine 22% still agreed.

The question was specifically framed as “do you agree with Putin’s recent statement”. If it did not mention Putin even more may have agreed.

Also, there is no difference between age cohorts. Young people between 18 and 29 agree at 44%.

Even 10 percent of far-right Svoboda voters still feel they are one people with the Russians
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  1. GMC says

    Americans would have had a new positive identity too, had the immigration laws that the Zionist Jews and their puppet President’s not changed. The McCarren- Walter Act of 1952 was the best bet for America’s future but got trashed by the same old Tribe of liars, thieves and murderers. And so now the same Crime syndicate is trying to break up the bond between Russia and Ukraine. Here is what I’m talking about .
    n 1952 Congress passed the omnibus Immigration and 
    NaturalizationAct, also known as the McCarran-Walter Act. In typical Cold War language, McCarran described the law as a necessary weapon to preserve “this Nation, the last hope of Western Civilization.” He added, “If this oasis of the world shall be overrun, perverted, contaminated, or destroyed, then the last flickering light of humanity will be extinguished.”The McCarran-Walter Act replaced the Immigration Act of 1917 as the nation’s foundational immigration law (and it remains so today, as amended)… The law retained the numerical ceiling of 155,000 quota-immigrants per year based on the national origins formula of 1924, which was numerically more restrictive than previous policy in light of increase in the nation’s population since 1924. There was no specific provisions for admitting 
    refugees. The law’s sponsors stated there was no claim to “any theory of Nordic superiority,” only concern for “similarity of cultural background.” But the retention of the national origins quotas reflected that logic which cast thenative-bornas the most loyal Americans, especially whites of British and north European descent, and the foreign-born as subversive, especially Jews, who were imagined as Bolsheviks, and Italians, who were viewed as anarchists.

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