Ukrainian Refugees: Attitudes and Assessments (March 2022)


The survey was conducted by the Razumkov Centre’s sociological service at the border crossing points in Ukraine’s Zakarpatia region (Uzhgorod, Malyi Bereznyi, and Chop (Tisa). 101 citizens of Ukraine aged 16+ who were leaving Ukraine on foot or by road due to hostilities were interviewed from 15 March through 1 April 2022.

A portrait of a Ukrainian refugee

The vast majority of refugees (83%) are women, with men making up 17% respectively. By age, people of 30 to 39 years make the largest group of respondents (37%), followed by those aged 40 to 49 (26%), 16 to 29(19%), 60+ (11%), and those aged 50 to 59 years (8%).

76% of respondents are people with higher or incomplete higher education, 18% have secondary special education, and only 6% have general secondary education.

The most represented social groups among those interviewed include highly qualified specialists (26%), entrepreneurs (20%), and skilled workers (17%).

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