Every 10th Ukrainian or a Member of His Family Was Injured Due to the War

by Roman Cheplyk
Friday, February 17, 2023
Every 10th Ukrainian or a Member of His Family Was Injured Due to the War

Crimes against humanity committed by Russia on the territory of Ukraine will be detected for decades to come

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. 

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