The survey showed, whether they want foreigners to go to Ukraine after Eurovision

Among the foreign guests attending the international song contest Eurovision-2017″ in Kiev, 92% expressed a desire to visit Ukraine in the future. This is evidenced by the results of a poll of the world policy Institute and conducted by GfK Ukraine.

In the published results of the poll, after a visit to Kiev as part of a visit to the “Eurovision-2017”, 34% of foreigners began to associate Ukraine above all “hospitality and positive people”, 24% – “beautiful city of Kiev.”

In addition, another 15% of respondents foreigners noted the high level of competition, 13% said that they like Ukrainian food, 12% associate Ukraine with beautiful girls, 12% reported a long-standing culture and history of Ukraine.

At the same time 24% of the polled foreigners said that before coming to the Eurovision-2017 associate Ukraine with the war.

The main concerns before you visit Kiev foreigners were related to security and war (56%), attacks (43%), high crime (15%).

A survey of foreign guests of the Eurovision song contest was held at the Institute of world politics, and GfK in the period from 9 to 13 may 2017.

The entire method computerizing personal interview of the respondents was 1060 respondents aged from 18 years, who are not citizens of Ukraine arrived in Ukraine due to host Eurovision.

The respondents were randomly selected to Kiev in the most crowded places of the target audience.

As you know, in the capital of Ukraine on may 13 hosted the final of the most ambitious non-sports in Europe – Eurovision. The competition attracted the participation of 43 countries.

For the first time in many years the Russians their representative was not sent – check Yulia Samoilova, who illegally crossed the border of the annexed Crimea with Russia, banned. To act online, or send another contestant, the Russians refused.

First place in the competition was the representative of Portugal El Salvador Collected. The website “Today” to find out what the foreign press wrote about the Eurovision song contest in Ukraine.