This is stated in the results of the latest poll by the sociological group Rating.
It found that approximately 20% of Ukrainians had to move because of the war. The highest share of such respondents is among the residents the East of Ukraine (58%). Only 10% of the respondents do not intend to return to their homes; this share has risen since the start of the war (3% did not intend in April and 8% in June). 16% said that they will return soon, while 18% will return, but they are going to wait a little longer. 50% said that they intend to return, but only if the war ends – and this number is gradually growing.
It also found that Ukrainians are starting to get a bit more pessimistic in their appraisal of the situation.
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