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The survey was conducted in 35 countries and the UN-administered Province of Kosovo. Western Europe accounted for 3,600 interviews and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), the Baltic States accounted for the balance of 11,600 interviews. A total of 400 interviews were conducted per country, with the exception of the Russian Federation and Ukraine where 800 interviews were conducted in each.

Results vary from country-to-country, region-to-region. To facilitate national follow-up action, individual reports have been prepared with the results in each country polled.

In the present report, countries are grouped in different clusters for purposes of comparison. These groupings do not reflect a position by UNICEF on the legal status of any country or territory, or of its authorities, or the delimitation of its frontiers.

This information is provided as a contribution to discussion on important issues affecting children. UNICEF Regional offices conducted the polls, analysis and interpretations of the findings. For more information, please contact the regional poll contact person directly.

About the survey
How happy children are
How children feel at home
How children feel at school
How children feel in today's society
How safe children feel
Children and harmful or illegal substances
How informed children are
Children's views on government and politics
How children see the future