Ukrainians support attacks on Russian energy infrastructure, poll finds
Ukrainians support attacks on Russian energy infrastructure.
Almost 60% of Ukrainians believe that Ukraine should carry out mass attacks on Russia's energy infrastructure, the results of a sociological survey conducted by the Active Group on December 7-14, 2022.
Answering the question "Do you think Ukraine should carry out mass attacks on Russia's energy infrastructure?", 59.2% responded in the affirmative, of which 41.5% were strongly in favour of attacks on the Russian infrastructure and 17.7% rather agreed. However, a quarter of respondents were against such attacks: 16.3% responded "rather not," while 8.2% strongly opposed such attacks. 16.3% of respondents did not answer the question.
Answering the question "In your opinion, are Western countries unified in supporting Ukraine?" 56.6% of Ukrainians answered that they are, of which 22.4% gave a definite yes and 34.2% answered that they are rather unified. 17.3% of the respondents think that Western countries are rather unified in supporting Ukraine, and 9.9% answered that they are not unified. 16.2% of respondents were undecided about it.
As for the question "Do Western partners restrain Ukraine from certain actions against the Russian Federation?", a third of the respondents (33%) believe that they definitely do, another third (32.7%) that they rather do. However, 11.6% of respondents said that they rather do not and 6.1% said definitely not. 16.7% of respondents did not answer the question.
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