This was announced by adviser to the Information Policy Minister of Ukraine, Yuliya Kazdobina at the presentation of the poll results at Ukrinform news agency.
"This research was carried out as part of the development of the strategy for the information reintegration of Crimea, the Information Policy Ministry is currently working on... In my opinion, we have quite optimistic results as 86% of Ukrainians said they would like Crimea to return to Ukraine," she said.
According to Kazdobina, 60% of respondents believe that the return of Crimea to Ukraine is possible. Another 25% of respondents are undecided about this or believe that the return is hardly possible, while 15% believe that the return of Crimea is absolutely impossible.
According to the poll results, 76% of Ukraine's population is convinced that Crimea should belong to Ukraine, 4% of respondents think it should belong to Russia and 12% of respondents believe that Crimea should be independent.
The poll was conducted by the InMind research company on request of the Information Policy Ministry of Ukraine in March. 1,000 adults were interviewed in 77 Ukrainian cities, towns and villages.
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