Corruption in Ukraine: what do Ukrainians think about bribes?
The problem of corruption in Ukraine remains a hot topic among citizens. According to the survey, more than 50% of respondents believe that bribery is widespread and difficult to avoid. Learn more about the wide range of citizens' views on the problem of corruption in Ukraine and different attitudes towards bribes in society
The majority of Ukrainian citizens, namely 53%, believe that the main reason why people often give bribes is that it is difficult to do without it. These data became known after a sociological survey organized by the Rating Group.
We are going to tell you what is the attitude of Ukrainians towards bribes and how many percent of Ukrainians believe that it is possible to avoid paying taxes.
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Ukrainians believe that it is impossible to do without a bribe: a fresh poll
The details of the survey were as follows: "How do you evaluate the statement that most people pay bribes because it is unavoidable?" - 33% fully agreed with this statement, and another 20% expressed their support.
At the same time, 13% of respondents do not agree with this opinion at all, and 11% rather disagree.
The survey also showed that 49% of respondents believe that most Ukrainians avoid paying taxes when they have the opportunity to do so.
Only 24% of respondents do not support this statement.
In addition, the same survey found that 96% of Ukrainians trust their family members, 68% trust distant relatives and 60% trust friends. Only 34% trust people of other nationalities.
How was the research conducted?
The survey was conducted from July 27 to 30 via telephone interviews using a computer.
The participants were 2000 adult citizens from all regions of Ukraine, and the statistical error does not exceed 2.2%.
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