A high probability of a ground full-scale military invasion of Russia into Ukraine is considered possible by 22% of the surveyed Ukrainians. This is evidenced by the results of "Evaluation of threats and attitude towards the introduction of martial law in Ukraine" research, published by the Rating sociological group.
In general, 22% of respondents rate the likelihood of a ground full-scale military invasion of Russia into Ukraine as high, 29% - as average and 17% - as low. Every fifth believes that there is no threat, every tenth is undecided. The highest level of threat of invasion is seen by respondents in the West and in the Center of the country, it is considered lower in the South and East.
The survey was conducted among the population of Ukraine from 18 years and older. The sample is representative by age, sex, region, and type of settlement. Sampled population: 2000 respondents. Personal patterned interview (face-to-face). Error of representativeness of the research: not more than 2.2%. Time frame: December 4-10, 2018.