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Украина на карантине: мониторинг общественных настроений (волна # 9, 6-8 февраля 2021)

Ukraine under quarantine: monitoring of public moods (Wave #9, 6-8 February, 2021)

Date posted: 10.02.2021 Print Full version

 • According to the survey carried out by the Sociological Group Rating on February 6-8, 2021, 49% of the polled often follow the news about the coronavirus, 24% do it sometimes, 16% - rarely. 11% are not interested in such news at all. Dynamics show that the public interest in this information has been gradually decreasing; older people and women follow such news more often than others.

57% of respondents consider the measures taken by the authorities to control the coronavirus to be optimal. 21% consider them too soft (mostly older generation), 9% - on the contrary, too severe (young and middle-aged). Over the last few months, there has been an increase in the number of those who assess measures to combat the epidemic as optimal.
47% assessed their emotional state over the last week as calm, 23% - as tense. Compared to November last year, tension indicators have decreased. Higher level of anxiety, as in previous studies, are recorded among women, older people, and those who follow the news about the coronavirus more often.
Compared to November last year, the frequency of use of personal protective equipment has decreased somewhat. Thus, 78% of respondents state they often wear a protective mask, 18% - sometimes or rarely, 4% - almost never. 63% often disinfect their hands, 28% - sometimes or rarely, 8% - almost never. Only 10% often use protective gloves, 31% - sometimes or rarely, 59% - almost never.
Over the last few months, the level of satisfaction with the authorities’ performance referring the fight against the epidemic has increased. 39% of respondents are satisfied with the President's activities in the fight against the coronavirus epidemic (57% - dissatisfied). 33% are satisfied with the Ministry of Health and 65% are dissatisfied. 29% are satisfied with the activities of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, 61% are dissatisfied. 25% are satisfied with the activities of the Cabinet of Ministers, 69% are dissatisfied. 20% are satisfied with the performance of the Verkhovna Rada, 75% are dissatisfied.
The rating of trust in politicians is headed by Volodymyr Zelenskyy –38% of respondents do trust him, 58% - do not.
Vitaliy Klytschko is trusted by 34%, distrusted - 54%; Volodymyr Hroysman is trusted by 32%, distrusted - 58%. 26% trust Dmytro Razumkov and 37% do not trust him, 33% do not know him. 25% trust Y.Tymoshenko, 72% do not trust her. 24% trust Yuriy Boyko, 56% do not trust him. Petro Poroshenko is trusted by 23%, distrusted - 74%. 21% trust Arsen Avakov, 66% do not trust him. 20% trust Arseniy Yatsenyuk, 74% do not trust him. 12% trust Maksym Stepanov, 33% do not trust him (51% do not know him). Denys Shmyhal is trusted by 12%, distrusted - 54%, one-third have not heard of him.
78% know that President Zelenskyy have enacted the decision of the National Security and Defense Council on the application of sanctions against TV channels "112", NewsOne, ZIK, 21% - do not know.
49% support the decision to stop broadcasting on TV channels "112", NewsOne, ZIK, 41% - do not support. Since the imposition of sanctions, support for the decision has grown from 42% to 49%, while the number of critics has decreased from 47% to 41%.
It is important that among respondents, who know about the decision, the level of support is even higher (57%) and the number of critics is lower (37%).
At the same time, 72% of respondents support the introduction of state sanctions against individuals and legal entities of Ukraine in case their activities harm the country interests (46% - definitely support, 26% - rather support). Instead, if there is evidence of involvement of these individuals in terrorist activities or separatism, the level of support for sanctions against them increases up to 85% (67% - definitely support, 18% - rather support).
Audience: residents of Ukraine aged 18 and older in all oblasts, except for the temporarily occupied territories of Crimea and Donbas. The sample is representative in terms of age, gender, and settlement type. Total sample: 2500 respondents. Survey method: CATI (computer-assisted telephone interviews). Based on a random sample of mobile phone numbers. The margin of error with a 0.95 confidence level does not exceed 2.0%. Period of the survey: 6-8 February, 2021.

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