Almost a third of the displaced persons from the Donbass and Crimea do not plan to return to their former place of residence. This is evidenced by the results of opinion poll of new survey of the World Bank "Ukraine: Survey of the socio-economic impact of the movement of citizens and the return of ATO participants", which were presented today in the Ministry for Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons, - the ministry's press service reports.
According to the results of the survey, 42% of the IDPs surveyed announced their plans to return home. At the same time, 34% do not want to go back. Another 26% believe that they will have to return unwillingly because of the lack of work, high rent for housing and other reasons.
The survey was held in 2017. 2 thousand IDPs and 2 thousand residents of host communities were interviewed.