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Majority of Ukrainians consider all russians responsible for war: poll

Ukrainians sincerely believe in the victory over the enemy and show incredible support for the army. Find out more about how many Ukrainians are willing to compromise with russia and how many are ready to fight until the cherished Victory

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Recently, the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation, together with the Centre for Political Sociology, conducted a survey among Ukrainian citizens, which showed that the majority of Ukrainians are not ready to compromise with the enemy. Who Ukrainians think is to blame for the war and what percentage of citizens are ready to continue fighting - read more in the article. 


Attitudes of Ukrainians towards the war and who is to blame for it: survey data 


The survey results show that 51% of Ukrainians do not support any compromises with russia and believe that it is necessary to continue fighting until the enemy is defeated. 


31% of respondents are ready to compromise, but this does not apply to giving up Ukrainian territories, joining the NATO alliance or the European Union. 


Only 6% of Ukrainians believe that it is necessary to compromise in order to achieve peace at any cost. 


The poll showed that Ukrainians strongly believe in the Armed Forces and in a close victory. 71% of respondents are fully confident in this, while 16% believe in victory more than in defeat. 


For 70% of Ukrainians, the complete liberation of their homeland from russian troops will be considered a victory. 


60% of respondents believe that the return of Ukrainian prisoners of war is a mandatory indicator of victory over the enemy.


51% believe that the punishment of all war criminals is a victory. 


78% of Ukrainians believe that absolutely all russians are to blame for the war. 


57% of respondents want everyone involved in the war to be punished. 


95% of respondents believe that the government should demand monetary compensation from russia for the damage caused. However, only 40% of citizens believe that the enemy will actually pay compensation. 




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"The survey showed that 16% of Ukrainians have witnessed war crimes. This is a very large percentage. That is why justice, punishment of all perpetrators and victory are closely linked. 51% of citizens want punishment for russian war criminals and directly link this to victory" comments Olga Aivazovska, Chair of the Board of the Civil Network OPORA.


Ukrainians believe that joining NATO is the best way to protect themselves from russian aggression - 54% of citizens voted for this. 16% support signing cooperation agreements with NATO member states. 


Ukrainians sincerely believe in the Armed Forces of Ukraine and help the army every day. In June, Ukrainians broke the record for donations to the needs of our defenders. Read here to find out how much Ukrainians donated.




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