The majority of Ukrainians haven't faced criticism based on religious affiliation - survey results
This is attested by the sociological survey conducted by the "Rating" group, as reported by LB.ua.
However, 21% mentioned that they have faced criticism in the past year due to their political preferences, 13% due to their language of communication, and 11% due to their regional affiliation. Only 8% have encountered criticism based on their religious affiliation, while 6% have faced criticism based on their nationality.
Regarding interaction with Russians living in Ukraine, slightly less than half (49%) are willing to engage, while 49% are not. Among residents of the so-called "DPR/LPR" areas, 30% are willing to cooperate, while 63% are not.
When it comes to residents of Belarus, 22% are willing to collaborate, while 73% are not. As for residents of Russia, only 7% are willing to engage, while 90% are not."