On the anniversary of the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian aggressor, a sociological survey was conducted in Ukraine. 17% of those surveyed reported that the war prevented them from finding or contacting their relatives. Some people have not known if these relatives are alive for almost a year. 5% of respondents said that Kremlin soldiers killed their relatives. 3% of Ukrainians lost their sisters, brothers, and parents due to forced deportation to the territory of the Russian Federation. It is also noted that 53% of Ukraine's population experiences health deterioration.
Every 10 respondents also report a loss or partial destruction of housing. 2% – will never be able to rebuild the house, 2% have lost the house but have already restored it, and 6% were able to save the house but with damage.
Despite this, Ukrainians believe in victory and are going to live in the family. 16% of those polled went from their homes. 12% of surveyed were rescued from Russian aggression in other cities and countries, but they have already returned to Ukraine. Since February 24, 2022, 72% of respondents have not changed their place of residence.
2.000 adult Ukrainians took part in the survey. Among the respondents were residents of all regions of Ukraine.