Almost half of Poles believe war will end with destruction of both Ukraine and Russia

Thursday, 22 February 2024

Almost two years after the beginning of the full-scale war, nearly half of Poles believe that it will end with the destruction of both Ukraine and Russia.

According to the united Surveys results for RMF FM and Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, Poles, in particular, were asked about what the possible war ending might look like.

Almost half of the respondents (47.4%) believe that the conflict will last for many years and end with the destruction of both countries.

A total of 14.1% think that the Russians will win. Slightly more respondents bet on Ukraine's victory (17.4%).


The rest did not decide on an answer.

The survey was conducted by United Surveys with a sample of 1000 people using the CATI/CAWI method on 10-11 February 2024.

Support for Ukraine among Europeans remains broad, but almost two years after the full-scale invasion, only 10% believe Ukraine can defeat Russia, according to a YouGov survey.

In addition, nearly 80% of Ukrainians view Poland as a friendly country, but this number has significantly dropped compared to a survey conducted half a year ago, especially regarding the perception of Poland as "definitely friendly".

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