Some 22% of Ukrainians estimate the likelihood of a full-scale ground military invasion of Russia into Ukraine as high, 29% think it is "average," while 17% consider it low.
Respondents in the west and the center of the country most tend to believe that the threat is the highest, while those thinking it is unlikely mostly live the south and east, according to a survey conducted by the Rating sociological group, an UNIAN correspondent has reported.
Only every fifth respondent believes there is no threat, while every tenth has not decided.
Earlier it was reported the decision to impose martial law for 30 days in certain regions of Ukraine was supported by only a third of respondents, while almost 60% did not favor it.
The poll was conducted on December 4-10 through personal formalized (face-to-face) interviews. The study involved 2,000 respondents aged 18 and older. The margin of error does not exceed 2.2%.