51% of Ukrainians say they have adapted to rolling blackouts — poll

51% of Ukrainians say they have adapted to rolling blackouts — poll

 

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51% of Ukrainians say they have already adapted to rolling blackouts, while 39% didn’t. That’s according to the poll by Gradus Research conducted on the requests of Suspilne media.

When there is no electricity at home, 44% conduct housework when there is no electricity, 18% rest, 18% read/browse the internet, 17% work or study, as usual, 13% do hobbies, 13% talk, and 13% go out. Only 3% go to places like cafes, where there are autonomous electricity sources.

People living in small towns and villages as well as people 18-24 years old have adapted the most to the blackouts.

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