Sociologists presented a portrait of the poorest Ukrainian: loves Russia and the Moscow Patriarchate
This is evidenced by the results of an all-Ukrainian municipal survey conducted by the International Republican Institute, according to Glavkom.
According to the survey, today it is the residents of the city of Sumy who are most forced to save on food (34%). This answer was also given by 30% of residents of Mariupol. In addition, only 7% of Uzhgorod residents save on food.
If we talk about those who earn enough to buy food but need to save or borrow money to buy clothes and shoes, then the largest indicator here (35%) is among Dnipro residents and residents of Severodonetsk (29%).
At the same time, residents of Ivano-Frankivsk, Uzhgorod, Lviv, Kyiv and Ternopil are the least likely to complain about the lack of funds for basic needs (enough for food, clothing, shoes, expensive purchases).
Interestingly, it is in Mariupol, Dnipro, Severodonetsk, as well as in Sumy, Zaporizhia, Kherson, Kharkiv and Odessa that people speak Russian in everyday life.
In addition, most of these cities have a very warm attitude (or simply "warm") towards Russia. For example, in Severodonetsk, such "fans of the Russian Federation" in the eighth year of the war are as much as 17%, and in Mariupol – 14. These cities are also the leaders in terms of negative attitudes towards the EU.
We should also add that Odessa, Kharkiv and Mariupol have the most parishioners of the so-called UOC-MP, whose priests have repeatedly been caught on the propaganda of the "Russian World".
The full survey rating can be viewed by following the link.