RUSSIALINK: “Three fourths of Ukrainians believe military conflict in Donbas most urgent problem for country” – Interfax-Ukraine

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“… 77 percent of respondents polled by Seetarget believe that the most urgent problem for Ukraine is the military conflict in the eastern part of the country. … half of the respondents believe that corruption and bribes are the main problem facing the country, one third … pointed to the unemployment rate, 19 percent – low salaries and pensions, and 16 percent – not enough level of social protection. Among the most important personal problems the respondents named low wages and pensions (52 percent …), tariff hikes (49 percent), price hikes and inflation (45 percent). … a quarter of respondents are personally concerned about the war in the east … the unemployment problem is a primary personal concern of 23 percent …. Ukrainians said that the biggest threats are economic collapse (60 percent), impoverishment … (55 percent), activation of hostilities in Donbas (49 percent), mass migration of Ukrainians abroad (47.5 percent) and the threat of a full-scale war with Russia (43 percent). …”

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