86% of Ukrainians believe that it is necessary to continue the armed struggle with the Russian Federation, despite the massive shelling

08:01 25 October Kyiv, Ukraine

86% of Ukrainians believe that it is necessary to continue the armed struggle with the Russian Federation, despite the massive shelling of civilian infrastructure,
evidenced by a survey of the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology.
Among them, 71% fully agree with this opinion, and 16% rather agree.

At the same time, 10% of respondents believe that Ukraine should start negotiations so that the shelling will stop as soon as possible, even if this would require making concessions to Russia.. The proportion of those who are ready to make concessions is growing from west to east of the country, but in the east the majority (69%)
still adheres to the opinion that it is necessary to continue armed resistance.
Among those who chose Russian for interviews with researchers, the vast majority (66%) are also against negotiations with the Russian Federation.. 29% admit
that negotiations are needed.
The survey was conducted from 21 to 23 October by telephone interviews using a computer among 1,000 adult respondents in all regions of Ukraine, except for the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.