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According to the all-Ukrainian nationally representative Omnibus poll, while 15% of Ukrainians considered themselves members of the UOC-Moscow Patriarchate in February, only 4% remained such in March: hence, the UOC-MP lost 73% of its members. Instead, the share of the OCU parishioners increased from 38% to 52%.

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Also in February, there were 26% of Russian-speaking citizens in Ukraine (by the language they speak most often), and in March their share decreased to 17%: therefore, 35% of Russian-speaking citizens began to speak Ukrainian. The share of Ukrainian-speakers has increased from 46% to 55%, the rest are bilingual.

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Information about the research

The sample of Omnibus consists of 1000 respondents. The survey was conducted using the CATI method (computer-assisted telephone interviews) based on a random sample of mobile phone numbers. The sample is representative for the population aged 16 and older, by sex, age, size of settlement and region of residence. The Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol were excluded from the study, and in the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts the survey was conducted only in the territories controlled by Ukraine as of February 23, 2022. Also, the poll does not cover Ukrainians who have gone abroad and residents of settlements where there is no connection.

The maximum theoretical error does not exceed 3.1%. The poll was conducted on March 24-28, 2022.

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