More than 90% of Ukrainians believe in defeating Russia
93% of Ukrainians believe in Ukraine's victory in the war unleashed by the Russian Federation.
This is evidenced by the results of a poll conducted by the Razumkov Centre's sociological service.
According to the results, 93 per cent of Ukrainians believe that Ukraine will win the war. Only 3.5 per cent of respondents do not believe in it.
The vast majority of residents of all macro regions are convinced that Ukraine will win:
- 83.5% of residents of the eastern region;
- 91% of southerners;
- 96% of residents of the western and central regions.
However, 9% of residents of the East, 3% of southerners, 2.5% of residents of the central region and 1% of residents of the West do not believe in the victory of Ukraine.
Sociologists emphasize that the position of Ukrainians regarding the victory has not changed since last August.
Among those who believe in the victory of Ukraine they think that it will come:
- by the end of 2023 - 50%;
- in 1-2 years - 26%;
- in 3-5 years - 7%;
- not earlier than in 5 years - 1%;
- it will hardly happen in their lifetime - 0.4%.
Ukrainians consider the expulsion of Russian troops from the entire territory of Ukraine and the restoration of borders as of January 2014 a victory (47% among those who believe in a Ukrainian victory) or the destruction of the Russian army and the promotion of rebellion/disintegration within Russia (31%).
It is noted that the number of Ukrainians supporting the destruction of the Russian army and its complete expulsion from the territory of our state has increased by 9% compared to December of last year.
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Eugenia Ruban writes about political and economic news. She looks at large-scale phenomena in Ukrainian politics and economics from the perspective of how they will affect ordinary Ukrainians.