51% of Ukrainians continue to regularly or from time to time donate to win

08:58 25 October Kyiv, Ukraine

51% of Ukrainians surveyed regularly or from time to time will bring money to volunteers and the Armed Forces of Ukraine, according to a study by Public.

Only 10% of respondents regularly transfer money, and sometimes - 41%. 23% of Ukrainians speak rarely, and 12% did it no more than once. 13% of respondents did not make charitable contributions during the full-scale invasion.

Respondents demonstrate similar answers, regardless of age, gender or size of the settlement.

Over the past three months, Ukrainians have mainly transferred money to support the military and humanitarian support for people affected by the war.. These are clothes, things for IDPs, donations to funds and separate fees for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Donations to help civilians (other than IDPs) or animals are less supported, according to the survey.

The most common types of support:
  • 26% of respondents donated clothing, essential items to volunteer centers, collection points or individual IDPs (among women this proportion is higher - 32% than among men 19%)
  • 25% made money transfers to non-state army support funds. Support for non-state funds is stronger among young people aged 18-24 (their share is 37%) and in cities with a population of 50 thousand or more (their share is 33%, while in cities with less than 50 thousand inhabitants this share is 18%)
  • 24% made money transfers to state funds to support the army and the Ukrainians surveyed are rather unanimous in this - there are no statistical differences by gender, age or size of the settlement, who would support such funds more or less
  • 23% transferred money for volunteer fees for the needs of individual brigades or the military (this direction of assistance is more common in cities with a population of 50,000 or more, their share is 27%, while in cities with a population of less than 50,000 - 20%).
Other types of assistance: 18% bought food and left it in special baskets in stores, 15% transferred money to a card or collection for the needs of individual civilians (for treatment, housing restoration, tickets to leave, etc.), 6% made money transfers to funds and organizations to support the population (displaced persons, the elderly, children, the sick, etc.), and 4% made money transfers to animal support funds or zoos.
The studies were conducted on October 23 and 24 with the support of Gradus Research. The survey involved 1,000 people aged 18-60 throughout Ukraine.