The poll showed over half of respondents in 12 European countries think Ukraine should accept a negotiated settlement to end the war.
According to a survey by the Razumkov Center, a majority of Ukrainians are optimistic about the outcome of the war with Russia, but only 20% think it will end by the end of this year, while 40% think it will take one or two more years.
With 85% of Ukrainians confident in victory against Russia, the majority also stress the importance of international support, particularly Western military aid.
This steadfast conviction remains despite the increased toll and consequences of nearly two years of full-scale war: 35% said life has become "a little worse" over 2022, while 40% reported a significant deterioration in their living conditions.
A new poll reveals that Ukrainians place the most trust in the army, and volunteer units and organizations, while political parties, officials, and judiciary entities are the most distrusted.
New poll by the Pew Research Center shows a growing partisan divide in the US over Ukraine aid.
A Russian poll from October 2023 reveals a significant drop in support for Russia's Ukraine war, with only 12% consistent backers. Additionally, 40% favor a withdrawal of Russian troops, while 33% support the war's continuation, a decrease from earlier in the year.
A significant 59% of Americans support providing military aid to Ukraine, while 30% oppose it, according to the annual Reagan Institute poll.
Ukrainian views on the Holodomor man-made famine of 1932-1933 have evolved, with 92% now acknowledging it as genocide, according to a new Rating Group survey, up from 60% in 2010.
The issues of personal well-being concern the Ukrainian population less than injustice due to corruption.
A survey finds Americans strongly support providing more military aid to Israel and Ukraine but are divided on whether the US should maintain a major role in leading world events.
Support was highest in Portugal, at 86%. Out of the 30 countries polled, Mexico had lowest support, at 46%
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