The majority of Ukrainians are dissatisfied with the way the authorities run the country. As shown by a survey of the Kiev International Institute of Sociology, 75.3% of the interviewees believe that the authorities are leading the country in the wrong direction.
A little more than 10% of the survey participants completely agree with the official Kiev actions, 14% have no answer. Among the main problems of the country, the respondents listed the war in the southeast (61.7%), the shortage of jobs (33.5%), low salaries and welfare payments (31.9%).
The survey was conducted in Ukraine from April 9 to 19. The territories that are controlled by the Lugansk and Donetsk People's Republics were not covered. In total, more than 2,000 people took part in the questioning.