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The vast majority of Ukrainians believe in victory over Russia - poll

Thursday, 10 March 2022, 11:00

Thursday, 10 march 2022, 12:00

More than 90% of Ukrainians surveyed believe that Ukraine will be able to repel the current attack of the Russian Federation.

Source: The results of a poll conducted by the Sociological Group "Reitynh" on 8-9 March


Quote: "92% of respondents believe that Ukraine will be able to repel Russia's attack. This figure is growing almost daily. Only 6% of respondents did not have such confidence. Belief in victory prevails in all regions of the country."

Details: 57% of respondents believe that Ukraine will be able to win the war with Russia in the coming weeks: 18% think that we will win in a week and 39% in a few weeks.

Another 18% believe that the war will last several months, while only 9% think that the war will end in 6 months or more.

Almost no one believed there would be no victory. 16% could not answer the question. The residents of the western part of the country are the most optimistic, but in other areas as well, most people believe that the war will not last long.

More than 80% of respondents said that they are helping in some way to protect Ukraine: 39% of respondents were helping people and the army as volunteers, and 37% were helping financially.

Also, 18% were engaged in resistance to disinformation, and 12% continue to work in critical infrastructure. 10% of Ukrainians said they were participating in territorial defence. Only 19% said they could not help their country at this time, most of whom were elderly. However, even among the elderly, most are involved in the resistance.

The vast majority, 97% of respondents, plan to stay in Ukraine in the future.

For reference: On 8-9 March 2022, sociologists from "Reitynh" interviewed 1200 respondents aged 18 and older in all regions except the temporarily occupied territories of Crimea and Donbas through computer-assisted telephone interviews.

The sample is representative by age, sex and type of settlement. The error of representativeness of the study with a confidence level of 0.95 is not more than 2.8%.