It became known how the war hit the wallets of Ukrainians
The war significantly reduced the incomes of most of our citizens.
About 70% of the inhabitants of our country lost their income due to full-scale military operations on the territory of our country. A third of the population lost their jobs. This is evidenced by the data of the KIIS survey commissioned by NDI Ukraine, which was conducted in August this year.
At the same time, experts draw attention to the fact that in May, the percentage of those who spoke about a decrease in income was 66%. The number of those who lost their jobs also increased.
40% of men and 35% of women said they are experiencing material difficulties, and 34% and f men and 26% of women said they are experiencing severe problems. Among those surveyed, 95% of respondents noted that they do not live comfortably on their current income.
The part of Ukrainians who are experiencing problems with housing has also grown. In May there were 6% of such people, but at the end of August it was already 9%. 10% of respondents said that they had lost their property.
Ukrainians were also asked about volunteering. More than 81% of those surveyed said that since the beginning of the war they have donated funds to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. 60% - money for humanitarian needs, 54% - gave asylum or helped IDPs, 37% - volunteered.
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