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Results of independence referendums in post-Soviet states 1991-1994

Share of votes for and against independence in selected post-Soviet states from 1991 to 1994

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Release date

February 2022


Ukraine, CEE

Survey time period

February 1991 to March 1994

Supplementary notes

Figures relate to share of valid votes only, and not the share of the population or electorate.

*Moldova's independence from the USSR was declared on August 27, 1991, by the Moldovan Parliament. The referendum in 1994 asked if the public wanted to remain an independent state; although not specified, most viewed a vote against independence as a vote in favor of unification with Romania.

Post-Soviet states that did not hold independence referendums were Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan.

Release date is date of most recent access. Data was compiled from individual entries of each referendum on the source website.

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