In the survey, conducted by GfK Ukraine on request of the Institute of World Policy, answering the question, what should the Ukrainian government do, if the EU does not offer the prospect of membership to Ukraine in the nearest future, almost half of the respondents have unanimously given priority to reforms. 46% of them have chosen the "they have to carry out the reforms first, and only then to talk about EU membership" option.
16% believe that Ukrainians need to rely only on themselves, having chosen the "Ukraine should not ally with anyone" option. The integration to the Eurasian Union and the NATO have received similar level of support, 6%. Another 7% have chosen the option "Ukraine should not enter the EU, as the EU is going to split anyway," 1% have selected "other," and every fifth respondent (21%) could not decide.