Poll: Ukrainians said that they will be most disappointed after the war
The Kyiv International Institute of Sociology conducted a survey among Ukrainians about their expectations after the war.
Based on a random sample of mobile phone numbers, 2,000 respondents aged 18 years and older living in all regions of Ukraine (except Crimea) were surveyed. This is evidenced by the results of a study conducted by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology commissioned by the Center for Socio-Economic Research CASE Ukraine.
To the question "What would be the most disappointing thing for you after the end of the war?" most often the inhabitants of Ukraine answered:
- If Russia escape punishment for the crimes committed - 65.8% of respondents;
- High level of corruption - 36.3%;
- Low standard of living, poverty - 34.6%.
Frustration in the case of Russia getting away with war crimes is manifested differently in different age groups and regions. Thus, residents of western and central Ukraine chose this answer more often than residents of southern and eastern Ukraine: 68.6% and 67.7% versus 63.5% and 59.1%. At the same time, young people aged 18-29 chose this answer much more often (78.3%) than people aged 70 and over (55.5%). The decrease in the importance of this issue with increasing age is noticeable in all age groups, reports CASE Ukraine.
Residents of southern and eastern Ukraine more often noted possible disappointment with low living standards and poverty (42.3% and 43.3%) than residents of western Ukraine (27.4%).
According to CASE Ukraine, the statistical sampling error does not exceed: 2.4% for indicators close to 50%.