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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Ukrainians called Donbass, the main problem of their country

The majority of Ukrainians (53 percent) believe that the fighting in the Donbass is the main issue of their state. This is evidenced by a poll.

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In second place (38 per cent), Ukrainians put the corruption in the state authorities, reports “Interfax” with reference to the data group “Rating”.

Also, 29 percent of respondents among the main problems cited unemployment, low level of production (28 per cent) and control of rising prices (27 percent).

Least of all Ukrainians concerned about the lack or the off gas, electricity, water (4 percent), as well as the status of the Russian language (1 percent).

Among personal problems, 48 percent of respondents said rising cent, 35 per cent, war in Donbass, 33 percent unemployment.

74 percent of citizens believe that over the past year, the economic situation in the country deteriorated. Half of the respondents called themselves poor people, and average their wealth finds 41 percent of respondents.

Less than half of the citizens have enough money for the purchase of products as well as clothes and shoes. 35 percent of respondents said that their income is only enough food, and another 18 percent noted that they have to save on food to pay utility bills and buy clothes.


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