12% of Ukrainians are critical of those who continue to live in the occupied territories - poll

15:42 19 September Kyiv, Ukraine

More than 70% of Ukrainians believe that the inhabitants of the occupied territories of Ukraine are victims of circumstances and want the return of control of Ukraine.
 
At the same time, 12% of respondents are critical of those who continue to live in the territories occupied after February 24, and consider them collaborators or indifferent to Ukraine.

This is evidenced by the results of a survey conducted by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology from 7 to 13 September inclusive.

According to sociologists, only 12% of respondents are critical of those who continue to live in the territories occupied after February 24, and consider them collaborators or indifferent to Ukraine. The vast majority (72%) consider them victims of circumstances and
note that they want the return of Ukrainian control over the occupied territories.
Also, only 15% of Ukrainians believe that the West is tired of Ukraine and wants Ukraine to negotiate with Russia.. At the same time, 73%
Ukrainians believe that the West continues to support Ukraine and expects the end of the war on terms acceptable to Ukraine.
In addition, 31% of respondents, even at the cost of possible conflicts and threats to unity, are ready to support initiatives to bring to justice those who are involved in possible miscalculations in preparation for war. However, the majority (58%) still believe that these issues
should be postponed to the period after the war, so as not to provoke conflicts within the country.