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Survey: 95% of Ukrainians believe in Kyiv’s victory against Russia

by The Kyiv Independent news desk February 22, 2023 1:39 AM 1 min read
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According to a survey released by the sociological group Rating on Feb. 21, 95% of Ukrainians believe in Ukraine’s victory in Russia’s full-scale war.

The survey said that 63% of Ukrainians believe that a victory against Russia would require at least six months.

In January 2022, only 56% of Ukrainians’ said they were confident in Ukraine’s ability to defeat Russia.

On Feb. 13, the 2023 Munich Security Index revealed that 89% of Ukrainians are ready to keep fighting even if Russia uses tactical nukes.

The same survey said that 93% of Ukrainians believe that the only acceptable condition for a ceasefire requires the complete withdrawal of Russian troops, even from occupied Crimea.

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