19:38 Nov. 21, 2016
Almost half of UT readers pessimistic with Donald Trump's foreign policy perspective
UT audience expects nothing good for Ukraine from USA under Donald Trump. Answering the question "How US-Ukraine relations will change after Trump elected?" almost half of respondents (42%) chose "Support for Ukraine slows, Trump conspires with Putin."
Lesser part of audience remains optimistic. Almost 20% think that support for Ukraine will remain on current level, and Donald Trump will be focused on US interior issues. Another group of little more than 17% predict growing support for Ukraine and US foreign policy to get more aggressive.
But some of surveyed being even more pessimistic. Almost 10% say new US administration may exit NATO and even openly support Putin, and 11% are afraid that Trump will bankrupt USA and whole world order will be crushed.
So, we're to be as always: "Hoping for the best, prepared for the worst, and unsurprised by anything in between" (Maya Angelou, "