Almost 62% of Ukrainians have named the war in Donbas among the country's three biggest problems.
Anton Hrushetskyy, the deputy director of the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS), said this at the presentation of the KIIS poll results, an Ukrinform correspondent reported.
"If we talk about the main problems the population is concerned about, the most relevant, in the opinion of Ukrainians, are, of course, ending the war in Donbas (61.7% of respondents expressed this opinion), creating jobs (33.5%), increasing pensions and wages (31.9%), overcoming corruption (29%) and reducing utility tariffs (19.1%)," Hrushetskyy said.
The Kyiv International Institute of Sociology conducted an all-Ukrainian public opinion poll on 5-19 April. A total of 2,004 respondents aged over 18 years from 110 population centres of Ukraine, except for the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, were interviewed.