Half of Ukrainians believe that the military should not run the state after the victory, - poll

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50.1% of Ukrainians believe the military should not run the state
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Half of Ukrainians (50.1%) believe that after Ukraine wins the war, the military should not run the state.



These are the results of a sociological survey conducted by the Active Group using the SunFlower Sociology online panel on 18-21 November 2022.

Answering the question "Do you think the military should run the state after the victory?", 9% of respondents said definitely yes, 12.5% - rather yes. However, 50.1% of Ukrainians believe that the military should not run the state: 31.3% chose the answer "rather no", 18.8% - "definitely no". 28.5% were undecided on the question.

Half of Ukrainians believe that the military should not run the state after the victory, - poll

Although Ukrainians generally do not want the military to run the state, when choosing their future deputies, 38.9% of Ukrainians will give preference to people with military experience: 13.2% will definitely do it and a quarter of the respondents (25.7%) will rather do it. However, 21.5% will rather not give preference to the military, another 5.6% will definitely not do it. A third of the respondents (34%) are undecided.

Half of Ukrainians believe that the military should not run the state after the victory, - poll

Recall that according to June KMIS data, the AFU tops the trust rating of Ukrainians

  • ZSU - 97%
  • DSNSU - 87%
  • President Zelensky - 85%
  • NSU - 85%
  • TRO - 82%
  • RNBO - 74%
  • NPU - 59%
  • - Local government - 56%
  • - Government - 56%
  • - Verkhovna Rada - 40%
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