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Ukrainians dream of travel, professional development, pets after war - poll

49% of respondents are thinking about getting additional education or new knowledge, and 38% about learning a new profession.

Ukrainians dream of travel, professional development, pets after war - poll
Photo: Stauropegia of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Ukraine

Plans for the life of Ukrainians after the war with Russia are mainly related to travel, which can be understood as an acquaintance with their country for those who have traveled little before, as well as the opportunity to visit family and friends.

This is evidenced by the results of a poll conducted by the group "Rating", which aimed to investigate how the war changed the ordinary lives of our citizens.

55% of Ukrainians plan to travel the country after the war.

"It looks like a desire to prove our attitude and "embrace" a country whose value has risen along with the price we have to pay for the fact that we are citizens of Ukraine," the statement said.

Professional development, new knowledge is the second very important area of plans, because the restoration of the country is ahead.

Currently, 49% of respondents are considering getting additional education or new knowledge, and 38% - learning a new profession, 27% dream of starting a business after the war, 21% - of getting a new job.

It is noted that during the war it is very important to be able to take care of someone, so 25% want to have a pet after the war - it embodies the desire to care, get warm emotions, and surround yourself with life.

Almost all respondents want to either stay at home or return home.

As for gender differences, men are more willing to travel, they are also considering moving to another city, region or abroad. Women are more attached to the place and prefer to settle down.

31% of men and 23% of women want to start their own business.

The plans of those who left their city are different from those who stayed. Those who moved want to travel the country more. And significantly more want to get additional education or new knowledge (61% vs. 47%), learn a new profession (51% vs. 35%) and start a business (40% vs. 23%).

The vast majority of Ukrainians are convinced that Ukraine will be able to repel Russia's attack.

Last year, according to a poll, a third of Ukrainians implemented most of their plans.

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