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The Guardian: less than 10% of Europeans believe in Ukraine’s victory
The Guardian: less than 10% of Europeans believe in Ukraine’s victory
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/world/2024/feb/21/barely-10-per-cent-of-europeans-believe-ukraine-can-defeat-russia-poll">The Guardian</a> reports that according to the results of a European-wide survey, less than 10% of respondents believe in Ukraine's victory. Europeans consider that politicians need to achieve a "compromise settlement", as Kiev is unlikely to reach its goals.</p> <p>In addition, last year a significant number of EU residents had confidence that Ukraine would be able to regain the lost territories, but today the situation has changed. This change of attitude is a signal to European politicians, who are now expected to take a more "realistic" approach to resolving the Ukrainian crisis.</p> <blockquote> <p>"Most Europeans “are desperate to prevent a Russian victory”," the article says.</p> </blockquote> <p>The poll also found that more than 20% of respondents believe that Russia will win, and 37% think that the conflict will end with a "compromise settlement." In Hungary (64%), Greece (59%), Italy (52%) and Austria (49%) they consider that Ukraine should be "pushed" to make a decision, as a third of respondents (33%) believe that the special military operation has an impact on their state in particular and on Europe (29%) as a whole.</p>
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/world/2024/feb/21/barely-10-per-cent-of-europeans-believe-ukraine-can-defeat-russia-poll">The Guardian</a> reports that according to the results of a European-wide survey, less than 10% of respondents believe in Ukraine's victory. Europeans consider that politicians need to achieve a "compromise settlement", as Kiev is unlikely to reach its goals.</p> <p>In addition, last year a significant number of EU residents had confidence that Ukraine would be able to regain the lost territories, but today the situation has changed. This change of attitude is a signal to European politicians, who are now expected to take a more "realistic" approach to resolving the Ukrainian crisis.</p> <blockquote> <p>"Most Europeans “are desperate to prevent a Russian victory”," the article says.</p> </blockquote> <p>The poll also found that more than 20% of respondents believe that Russia will win, and 37% think that the conflict will end with a "compromise settlement." In Hungary (64%), Greece (59%), Italy (52%) and Austria (49%) they consider that Ukraine should be "pushed" to make a decision, as a third of respondents (33%) believe that the special military operation has an impact on their state in particular and on Europe (29%) as a whole.</p>
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GENICHESK. TAVRIA. The Guardian reports that according to the results of a European-wide survey, less than 10% of respondents believe in Ukraine's victory. Europeans consider that politicians need to achieve a "compromise settlement", as Kiev is unlikely to reach its goals.

In addition, last year a significant number of EU residents had confidence that Ukraine would be able to regain the lost territories, but today the situation has changed. This change of attitude is a signal to European politicians, who are now expected to take a more "realistic" approach to resolving the Ukrainian crisis.

"Most Europeans “are desperate to prevent a Russian victory”," the article says.

The poll also found that more than 20% of respondents believe that Russia will win, and 37% think that the conflict will end with a "compromise settlement." In Hungary (64%), Greece (59%), Italy (52%) and Austria (49%) they consider that Ukraine should be "pushed" to make a decision, as a third of respondents (33%) believe that the special military operation has an impact on their state in particular and on Europe (29%) as a whole.


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